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Good morning everyone! Lunch options: R– Morning jobs: - G– B-

Good morning everyone! Lunch options: R– Morning jobs: - G– B-

Lesson 5 – Re-read each stanza and summarise each one. 1) Where is the

Lesson 5 – Re-read each stanza and summarise each one. 1) Where is the poem talking about? 2) What animal is singing in the poem? 3) What are lined up in rows? 4) What noise is loudly filling the air? 5) What flower is used for remembrance that grow between the crosses? 6) What are the larks doing in the sky? 1) Where is the poem written about? 2) What phrase suggests there were lots of soldiers who lost their lives in Flanders Field? 3) What noise is heard even from the sky? 4) Which word means the same as ‘to fight. ’ 5) Which word is similar in meaning to ‘believe? ’ 6) Who is the voice speaking in the poem? Whose perspective is it written from? **/****

LO. To apply Shakespearean language to writing. We know that Shakespeare used some old

LO. To apply Shakespearean language to writing. We know that Shakespeare used some old and unfamiliar language but do you know any examples? Have a conversation with your partner as if you are Lady Macbeth and Macbeth. Write these on whiteboards/paper.

LO. To apply Shakespearean language to writing. Respond to the following statements using inspiration

LO. To apply Shakespearean language to writing. Respond to the following statements using inspiration from the WAGOLL and Shakespearean language. 1) Tell Macbeth that he is powerful. 2) Tell Macbeth that he is worthy of the throne. ‘Tis your time, My King. Your time be reign over this land. 3) Tell Macbeth that he must make a choice. 4) Tell Macbeth that Duncan will be an easy target For Duncan is weak, my Lord. Thou are stronger and more successful. 5) Tell him what you shall do to help him. 6) Write a rhetorical question. Go through one at a time. Write examples on the board. Have a go in books. Then move to next statement.

LO. To apply Shakespearean language to writing. • Imagine you are Lady Macbeth. •

LO. To apply Shakespearean language to writing. • Imagine you are Lady Macbeth. • You are talking to Macbeth. • Write these sentences changing the underlined words. 1) Tell Macbeth that he is powerful. 1) You are a strong and powerful man, my King. 2) Tell Macbeth that he is worthy of the throne. 2) My Lord, you will be the best King. You will be much better than Duncan. 3) Tell Macbeth that he must make a choice. 3) You must decide. Kill him and be King or don’t and you will suffer. 4) Tell Macbeth that Duncan will be an easy target 4) Duncan will be easy to kill, my Love. He is weak and frail. 5) Tell him what you shall do to help him. 5) I will help you, my Love. I will put the blame on others. 6) Write a rhetorical question. 6) Don’t you think we will be get rulers together?

Miss Thomas’ maths group - 20. 11. 2020 LO. To calculate and apply long

Miss Thomas’ maths group - 20. 11. 2020 LO. To calculate and apply long multiplication. On your whiteboards answer this question. X 134 45 6030

A school buys 34 tennis sets. Each set has 150 racquets and 48 tennis

A school buys 34 tennis sets. Each set has 150 racquets and 48 tennis balls. How many pieces of equipment will the school have? Explain how you know. 6732

Group 1 – Reasoning questions. Group 3 – Reasoning questions. Group 2 305 x

Group 1 – Reasoning questions. Group 3 – Reasoning questions. Group 2 305 x 25 = 7625 526 x 31 = 16306 2471 x 42 = 103782 5027 x 35 = 175945 4127 x 22 = 90794 3601 x 25 = 90025 Move onto reasoning questions. Group 4 – Reasoning questions.

A box of pencils contains 375 pencils. A box of pens contains 450 pens.

A box of pencils contains 375 pencils. A box of pens contains 450 pens. Miss Thomas has 36 boxes of pencils. Mrs Moore has 23 boxes of pens. Who has the most? Explain how you know. Work out the missing numbers.

Miss Thomas’ smaller group - 20. 11. 20 LO. To apply addition and subtraction

Miss Thomas’ smaller group - 20. 11. 20 LO. To apply addition and subtraction to reasoning questions. Complete this calculation on your whiteboards. 132 – 16 = 95 – 45 = 27 + 38 =

1 + 10 + Draw lines to join all the pairs of number cards

1 + 10 + Draw lines to join all the pairs of number cards which have a difference of 30. 100 180 150 170 200 70 250 220 = 100 120 – 51 = 119 – 92 = George has 75 cherries. He buys 28 more. He says he has 100 cherries. Is George correct? Prove it.

Draw lines to join the circle to two more number cards which make 150.

Draw lines to join the circle to two more number cards which make 150. Sammy has 57 cubes. Dorothy takes 22 cubes. How many cubes does Sammy have left? Explain your answer. 75 + 75 150 90 + 70 55 + 94 85 + 65 Carol have 45 presents. She gives 13 to Tim and she gives 11 to Morgan. How many presents does Carol have left? Show your workings.

Miss Fear’s Maths Group L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using

Miss Fear’s Maths Group L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using multiplication.

L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using multiplication.

L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using multiplication.

L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using multiplication.

L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using multiplication.

L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using multiplication.

L. O. To calculate the area of composite shapes using multiplication.

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