Term 6 - Week 7
Optional times table tests:
Term 6 - Week 6
Please see this week's learning below:
LQ: Can I distinguish between factual information and opinions based on factual information?
Fact = Tells what actually happened and can be proven true or false
Opinion = Tells an attitude or judgement and cannot be proven true or false
1. You will be given a passage and you need to highlight the facts in one colour and underline opinions in another.
2. Then explain the difference between fact and opinion:
The difference between fact and opinion is that a fact is______________________________________ and an opinion is___________________________. These are both important in newspaper reports because________________________________.
LQ: Can I read as a reader?
Read the text and answer the comprehension questions.
LQ: Can I identify the features of a newspaper report?
Identify and highlight the key features in the newspaper report. Can you find any features other than the ones listed below?
Attention grabbing headline
Hook in the introduction
5 Ws (Who? What? When? Why? Where?)
Quote the central character
Detail in the key story
LQ: Can I write a newspaper report?
Write a newspaper report on a topic of your choice. Remember to include the key features.
History/ Guided Reading
LQ: Can I explain why some steam locomotives are historically significant, say how and why steam locomotives changed over time and describe the similarities and differences between the steam locomotives?
Task: read the text and answer the comprehension questions.
LQ: Can I identify that a shadow can change over time?
Make your own sundial. You can use the template in the document below or craft your own from other materials in your home.
LQ: Can I reflect on the choices I have made?
Reflect on the choices you make in everyday life. Are you living your life through Jesus? Write and decorate a prayer about making good choices and strengthening your relationship with God.
LQ: Can I make a melody?
Using an instrument or items from the house make a melody.
Go outside and play a sport or follow Joe Wicks' workout below:
Please test your spellings and timetables. Get outside for some fresh air and a run around. Then, using powerpoint presentation or Google slides, make a presentation all about you (just like we have been doing in class). In the afternoon, pick a craft of your choice or do something creative!
Welcome to remote learning for Year 3!
Here you will find a timetable of what we will be covering each day. There will be 3 zoom sessions per day for you to join (see Class Dojo for the video links) and on this page I will be setting your independent learning.
If you have any questions please contact me via Class Dojo - I will always be on hand to support you throughout the day.
See you on zoom, every weekday, at 9am.