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Week 3

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Wk

 

 

 

 

Numeracy

 

 

Science

 

 

D.T

 

 

Social Studies

 

 

Religious Education

 

 

 

 

3

Multiplication  and Doubling

 

Double nos up to 1000 and halve even nos up to 200

 

Double multiples of 10 to 1000 & find corresponding halves

 

Double amounts of money & multiples of 100 to 10000 & find corresponding halves

 

 

Recognise r’ship between x and ¸, and relate the four facts

 

Practise multiplying by multiples of 10 eg. 20 and 30

 

Practise multiplying by 4, 8, 16

Recognise r’ship between x and ÷

 

 

Use known facts to multiply & divide 

 

 

 

To draw and describe some indirect evidence that the Earth is spherical

 

 

To research early ideas and theories about the earth’s shape

 

 

To investigate what happens in the extraction process and how the temperature of water affects outcome

 

 

To record their ideas in a scientific format

 

 

 

 

To infer information about Greek wars and warfare from illustrations and maps

 

 

To give reasons why the Greeks needed a navy

 

 

To produce labelled drawings of Greek soldiers and ships on the basis of their observations

 

 

To infer information about the Greek army and navy from their findings

 

 

To design their own Greek pot

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discuss what children believe are the Hindu beliefs

 

 

To draw and label a diagram which explains reincarnation

 

 

To identify other ‘cycles’ and relate to Hindu cycle

 

Literacy

 

Literacy is taught in units which last over a week. The first one will last for three weeks.

 

 

 

Weeks

 

 

Learning Objectives

 

 

 

 

Daring adventures

Recounts and news reports

 

 

Weeks 1, 2, 3

 

 

1.     Speaking: Use and explore different question types and different ways words are used, including in formal and informal contexts

 

2.     Listening and responding: Identify different question types and evaluate their impact on the audience; Identify some aspects of talk that vary between formal and informal occasions

 

3.     Group discussion and interaction: Plan and manage a group task over time using different levels of planning; Understand different ways to take the lead and support others in groups; Understand the process of decision making

 

4.     Drama: Reflect on how working in role helps to explore complex issues

 

5.     Word structure and spelling: Know and use less common prefixes such as im-, ir-

 

6.     Understanding and interpreting texts: Make notes on and use evidence from across a text to explain events or ideas; Compare different types of narrative and information texts and identify how they are structured

 

7.     Creating and shaping texts: Reflect independently and critically on own writing and edit and improve it

 

8.     Text structure and organisation: Experiment with the order of sections and paragraphs to, achieve different effects

 

9.     Sentence structure and punctuation: Adapt sentence construction to different text types, purposes and reader; Punctuate sentences accurately, including using speech marks and apostrophes 

10.   Presentation: Use a range of ICT programs to present texts, making informed choices of which electronic tools to use for different purposes 

 

 

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