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Lesson Link – https://vimeo.com/500489558 Formulae
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Begin reading the chapter, ‘The School Bully’ up to the bottom of page 186, “I’m going to show you all!”
Using our P.E.E method, answer the following inference question.
Today we are going to consolidate our learning from yesterday about hyphens. You’ll find a range of questions about yesterday’s learning for you to apply your knowledge of hyphens.
Today we are going to be thinking of the concept of eternity starting by thinking about what we think and hope lasts forever.
You have two tasks:
Which of these do you think will last forever?
Love, Friendship, The World, Water, Dinosaurs, The Truth, Memories, Mountains, The Sun, Planets, A Skeleton, Food, Trees, The Sky, Stonehenge, Jesus and a photograph.
Sort the above according to whether you think they will last forever or not. Pick two from your list and explain your choice in a sentence.
|Last forever||Not last forever|
I think ______ will last forever because ___________________________.
I think _______ won’t last forever because _________________________. Task 2
Think about something you wish would last forever. Fill in the wish template with your idea.
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