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Monday 18th January 2021

Monday 18th January 2021


Guided Reading .

FROM FRIDAY: Have a go at these questions. Make sure you use the text to back up your answers

  1. Why is this chapter in italics? Why do you think the author has done this? (1)
  2. This chapter is called messages. Who is the message for? Find some evidence to support your answer.  (2)
  3. Is Cameron writing this message? Use evidence to support your answer. (1)
  4. Why has Cameron repeated the phrase, “disappear out of the picture”?  What effect does repeating this phrase have on us, the audience?
  5. Why do you think Cam has called his poem, “I’ve done it again.”  


IF YOU HAVE DONE THIS, I would like you to write a brief synopsis of the plot so far - in other words, summarise the book up to this point in your own words! 



To write the opening

In this lesson, the children will practise writing a complex sentence, will analyse a model piece of writing and will write their own opening scene based on the film clip.

NOTE: You will need all of your work from your previous lessons




Fractions: Represent multiplication with proper fractions

Fractions: In this unit, you will build on your conceptual understanding of calculating with fractions, focusing on multiplication (of two proper fractions) and division (of a common fraction by an integer). In today’s lesson, we will represent multiplication of a fraction and integer, reason about multiplication and seek patterns.



Today's lesson is a new skill that we haven't covered yet so I would like you to give it a go :-) 

If you need to remind yourself how to multiply fractions by whole numbers first, please have a go at this lesson: 

Multiply a fraction by a whole number

In this lesson we will learn how to multiply fractions by whole numbers.






EXTREME READING CHALLENGE - read in an extreme place! Make sure you read for a minimum of 15 minutes :-) 


Try and complete 15 minutes of reflex.

Active Learn

Have a go at the games on Active Learn.




What is a life cycle assessment?

In this lesson, we will look at the sustainability of items based on their life cycle assessment and evaluate the use of reusable coffee cups over disposable ones.