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Week 10

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Wk

  

 

 

Numeracy

 

 

Science

 

 

D.T

 

 

Social Studies

 

 

Religious Education 

 

 

 

10

Addition – mental and written

 

Add several 2-digit nos

 

Relate adding 2-digit nos to adding 3-digit multiples of 10

 

Add 4-digit nos using expanded written methods

 

Add 4- digit nos using standard written methods

 

Add nos using standard written methods, make decisions, check results

 

Rehearse adding several nos

 

Rehearse adding to a 4-digit multiple of 100 to make the next 1000

 

 

To make careful observations and use these to draw appropriate conclusions

 

 

Visit a hotel for High Tea

 

 

To read and discuss the Ramayana

 

To make comparisons between different versions of the story

 

To write the story from a character’s point of view

 

 

Literacy 

 

 

 

Poets with Passion

Poetic style

 

 

Weeks 9 and 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.        Group discussion: Understand different ways to take the lead and support others in groups

 

 

2.        Word structures and spelling: Group words according to their meanings

 

 

3.        Understanding and interpreting texts: Infer writers’ perspectives from what is written and what is implied; Make notes on and use evidence from across a text to explain ideas; Explore how writers use language for comic and dramatic effects

 

 

4.        Engaging with and responding to texts: Compare how a common theme is presented in poetry; Compare the usefulness of techniques such as visualisation and empathy in exploring the meaning of texts; Reflect on reading habits and preferences and plan personal reading goals

 

 

5.        Creating and shaping texts: Reflect independently and critically on their own writing and edit and improve it; Adapt non-narrative forms and styles to write poems

 

 

6.        Sentence construction and punctuation: Adapt sentence construction to different text-types, purposes and readers

 

 

 

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