Wednesday 20th January
In our Maths lesson today, we are going to be learning about how to solve correspondence questions. This lesson is about investigating different combinations and looking at data to find patterns.
We will begin by recapping and practising our 3 and 4 times tables. We will then learn how to solve correspondence problems and look at different ways and what is the best way to solve them.
Watch the tutorial video and complete the tasks. There are 2 parts of the task for you to complete each asking you to have a go at what we have learnt.
Today in our Literacy lesson, we are going to learn what determiners are.
In this lesson, we will start by investigating two types of pronouns: possessive pronouns and personal pronouns. Then we will sort the words into the relevant categories. After the warm-up activity, we will look at what determiners are in general. Next, we will break it down into the types of determiners and give examples for each.
If you need more help to understand Determiners read the PowerPoint presentation to help you.
For your task, you will be asked to identify determiners in sentences. Write the sentences in your book and circle the determiner.
Challenge - Can you spot more than one determiner in the given sentences?
What are some of Europe's most important human characteristics?
In this lesson, you will learn about the population of Europe as well as understanding the population density in each sub-region of Europe. You will study the important cities and landmarks across Europe, learning lots of new facts! Finally, you will also learn more about the economy of Europe and what is traded into (imported) and traded out of (exported) Europe.
Your task - Use your learning from todays lesson to answer questions in FULL sentences.