Zoom Call Today!
Please remember to log in to teams. 4E - 2 - 2.30. 4C - 2.30 - 3.
We will be having a little catch up at the beginning where we will share what we have really enjoyed about the learning that we have been doing both at home and at school so please be prepared to talk. We will then be doing a quiz! Can we ask that when you join the call you have prepared 4 cards or small bits of paper which have A B C D written on them. So one card will say A, another B etc...This is so you can hold up to your webcams what you think the answer is when I read out the multiple choice. We are super excited to see you!
*** Please make sure that you have your plan from Monday's lesson as this will help you write your opening***
To write the opening
In this lesson, we will use our plans to write the opening of the story in short parts. We will finish the lesson by reading our paragraph aloud.
Mild - please feel free to magpie Ms Webster's vocabulary or sentences to help you write your story. Perhaps you could magpie her first sentence and then write the second sentence independently.
Hot - please challenge yourself with using fronted adverbials in your opening to the story. We covered this at the end of last term. Remember that a comma must follow a fronted adverbial. Ms Webster does show you several examples including putting the subordinating clause at the beginning. Up-level your vocabulary as much as you can throughout your opening.
I roll with my role.
In this lesson, you will explore the roles and responsibilities that you, as a citizen, have in your community. You will then create a video that outlines your role, alongside the main responsibilities you have. Don't worry if you don't have the device to create a video, can you tell someone in your household or can you write a script?
You will need to the same software (FMS LOGO or the Logotacular app) or the weblink to Turtle Academy from last week. The links are still in week one should you need them.
This lesson introduces repetition, where actions or commands in programming are repeated. The repeating commands can also be referred to as a ‘loop’. Loops can be repeated indefinitely, or a set number of times — the latter are called ‘count-controlled loops’. You can print the activity sheets below if you like or just look at the instructions on screen and write on a piece of paper.