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Remote Learning Day 62

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9am - 9:30am: BBC Super Movers (link below)

9:30am - 10:30am Maths

For the first 15 minutes you are going to warm up your maths brain using the link below. 

For the rest of this session, you are going to be playing Numbers in a Row. Don’t forget to play the Year 6 version. (Document below)

10:30am - 11am BREAK

11am - 12pm: Literacy: Explore the fictitious planet ‘Pandora’ from the film Avatar by watching the clip below. After watching once, watch again – this time making notes about the planet as you watch. You may find pausing the clip at these times helpful to write down your notes: 0:00 – 0:56 mins 0:56 – 2:04 mins 2:04 – 3:33 mins 3:33 – end. Based on the notes you have written, create a page, which might appear in a travel brochure, advertising a space trip to Pandora. When writing your advertisement, consider these points: - Have you included an enticing title which will draw the reader in? - Begin with an opening paragraph which gives an overview of Pandora and why they might want to visit. - Include short subsections which describe what they might see if they took the trip. - Don’t forget to use persuasive features, such as: appealing adjectives to describe the attractions, rhetorical questions, imperative verbs, e.g. ‘grab a ticket’ ‘book now’, facts and figures about Pandora.

12 - 1pm: LUNCH

1pm - 2pm: Topic Work: Today’s topic work is German. You are going to be learning about basics of talking about what day, month and time it is in German. Link below.

2pm - 2:30pm BREAK

2:30pm - 3pm: Spice Grid Use the full session to work on the grid. Some tasks may take 2-3 sessions.

3pm - 3:20pm: Reading for Pleasure.

Numbers in a Row.

Pandora Discovered

Sigourney Weaver narrates this first look at the world of Pandora, as portrayed in James Cameron's epic new motion picture, Avatar. Opens worldwide December 18.