Below is the work mentioned in the video.
Select a level that you would like to answer. The expectation is to complete at least 1 level. If you are weird like me, you can complete more than one level.
Level 1 - easy - involves drawing shapes and colours.
Level 2 - medium - involves using multiplication facts.
Level 3 - hard - involves spotting patterns and reasoning why the pattern exists.
GR/L.I: To identify and summarise ideas from more than 1 paragraph.
I can summarise what has been written in each paragraph.
I can identify the main theme of each paragraph.
Today we are going to reading about Dolly Parton.
Remind yourself of what a paragraph is by watching the following clip:
Look at page 20.
Read page 22. Write down what the main theme of each paragraph.
Look at one of the other chapters we have read. Sum up the theme of 1 or 2 of the chapters.
Can you see why the author changed to a new paragraph where he did?
Listen to ‘9-5’ by Dolly Parton
What do you think?
PSHE/ LI: To identify basic examples of human rights
I know what human rights are.
I know that human rights were written to protect people.
Look at the film Everybody – We are all born free..
After World War II, when millions of people lost their lives and millions more were driven from their homes, the leaders of the world got together. They set up a new organisation – the United Nations – to help stop wars between countries and build a better world.
One of its first jobs was to draw up a list of human rights that belong to everyone in the world. They called it the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The world’s governments promised to tell everyone about these rights and to protect them. They include our right to live, to get married, to go to school and to play; our right to food and shelter and to travel, our right to think and say what we believe in; our right to be treated fairly; and our right to peace and order
TASK: Pick a picture from the POWERPOINT which shows a right. Imagine yourself inside their picture, taking part in what is going on. Write a short story (or part of a story) about your adventure inside the picture. The story has to be about the human right, and somewhere in the story someone has to say the words in their UDHR article.
Or you can show the right how you would picture it. Recreate the image with the right written down.