Watch the following Maths video – Equivalent Fractions
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.
Join us on Zoom again, this time to talk through the task, not read a chapter. The task is to think about the different categories which the book covers. So, you might say that the story is historical because of the language used, the modes of transport, that the places visited all exist, though some may have changed their name, etc.
You might say that the story is a quest with characters facing an adventure, with a bad guy chasing. They may have tasks to face along the way with the aim of getting something at the end.
You might say that the story is one of friendship, or one of twists and turns in the plotline. You might come up with your own category. In the grid you need to give the reasons why. There is an example on the website with the historical data entered, and a couple of reasons for the story being a quest. The rest is up to you.
You should be writing the third subheading today. Keep an eye on your plan and make sure you send your work to your portfolio for feedback.
Look through and read the information about the different climate zones in the world.
On the task sheet match the correct picture to the correct description. Then write the letter of the correct graph next to each picture.