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Remote Learning 6P - Lockdown January 2021
This is where all of the work for Mr. Perkes' Maths and English groups will be published whilst we are in National Lockdown. The most recent work will be published at the top of the page with previous days in order below.
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Can I explore simple and compound sentences?
In this lesson, we will be learning about clauses, simple sentences, coordinating conjunctions and compound sentences.
Can I engage with the text and the main character?
In this lesson the children will be introduced to a historical time period. They will read chapter 8 and answer some questions to help develop an understanding of the main character's personality.
Can I explore prepositions?
In this lesson, we will begin by revising some spelling rules. Then we will practise identifying main and subordinate clauses. Next we will explore what a preposition is and apply our knowledge through a range of questions.
Can I analyse a setting and consider its impact on the reader?
In this lesson we read part of the climax and consider how the scene and atmosphere changes as the story progresses. We reflect upon our previous predictions and the genre of this text.
Read a free excerpt:
Can I analyse and write a conclusion?
In this lesson, students will learn about the future of pandas and what humans are doing to help conserve the species. They will then use this knowledge to write a conclusion to their non-chronological report.
Can I make inferences and predictions?
In this lesson we will read the rest of interview and consider Kevin's feelings, make predictions and consider the story arc in this short story.
Here is a webpage with more about Wolf Brother:
Can I write the paragraph on habitat and diet?
In this lesson, students will use their plans to write their paragraphs on diet and habitat. The children will look closely at a modelled write to understand the expectations and write sentences that they plan to use in these paragraphs.
Can I consider a character's experience?
In this lesson we will read the next part of the story and make inferences to help us reflect upon how Kevin is feeling.
Here are some other books written by Michelle Paver:
Can I plan the paragraph on habitat and diet?
In this lesson, children will use their notes from the research lesson to create a plan for their paragraphs on diet and habitat. They will use this plan in the next lesson to help with their writing.
Can I consider the author's use of language and further understand the main character?
In this lesson the children will read the next part of the story. We will consider the author's use of language. We will then keep reading and reflect upon what we can infer about Kevin, the main character.
Here is a summary of the book:
Can I edit a paragraph of a non-chronological report?
In this lesson, students will look at the importance of editing. They will then practise editing a pre-written paragraph with deliberate errors, before they complete an independent task of editing their writing so far.
Can I engage with the text and main character?
In this lesson the children will be introduced to the short story we will be studying in this unit and the author. We will read the first part of the story and reflect upon the main character's behaviour, interests and relationships.
Michelle Paver reads from wolf brother:
Can I write the paragraph on appearance?
In this lesson, we will use the plan to write a paragraph on the panda's appearance. Students will watch a shared write to understand the expectations and to see examples of different types of sentences and punctuation they could use themselves.
Here are the first few chapters:
Chapter 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38LKySnG_Qg
Chapter 1b: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3PdyOINXZE
Chapter 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S04qEu7UvQU
Can I plan the paragraph on appearance?
In this lesson, students will discuss the relationship between a feature and its purpose. They will look at the features of a panda and then generate vocabulary and sentences to create a plan for the next lesson.
More about the author:
Can I write the opening of a non-chronological report?
In this lesson, we will use the plan to write an opening paragraph. Students will look closely at a modelled write to understand the expectations and write sentences that they plan to use in their opening.
The Author’s Website:
Can I practise and apply knowledge of curriculum words, including test?
In this lesson, we will use spelling practice strategies to learn curriculum words and then have a spelling test.
Here is an article about the book: