Watch the following Maths video – Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
Remember to stop the video to answer the questions and to complete the questions on the worksheet when asked.
Worksheet available as a pdf on Class Dojo in portfolios.
Today you will be reading chapter 19 on Zoom. The task today is to decide if a statement is fact or opinion. You should feel quite confident doing this, however, this time you need to use evidence from the text to support your answer. There is an example on your worksheet on Dojo.
Your report is complete – now you are going to change the audience. You’re report was for everyone, but what if the report is now JUST FOR CHILDREN? Possibly children younger than you, so you might need to look at the language and explain more. We usually only pick one category to change the audience for, but for the next two days you will work on altering all of your report if possible. You will probably use a fair bit of parenthesis to include extra information. You might need to include instructions, or tips for younger children. Have a go. If you have younger brothers or sisters, read your report to them. Ask them if they understand it.
Complete the LBQ tasks. The code for LBQ will be posted on class dojo.
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