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Glastonbury Thorn School

       

Topic

Science

WAIL: To understand the difference between an evergreen and a deciduous tree.

Success criteria: I can explain the differences between evergreen and deciduous trees and classify them. 

Classifying trees

Digging Deeper

Starter activity

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Looking at pictures

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Tasks

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History

WAIL: To think about the similarities and differences between two significant figures in history.

Success criteria: I can remember facts about Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole.

 I can sort these facts into similarities and differences. 

Recap questions

Teaching video 1

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Teaching video 2

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Geography

WAIL: To locate Africa on a map and give some geographical facts about it

Success Criteria: I can find Africa on a map

I can identify some key human and physical features

I can present what I have learned

What have you learnt?/What do you already Know? Test your knowledge so far.

Teaching video 1

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Teaching Video 2

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Go through the PowerPoint and note down any interesting facts.  Choose a country within Africa and make a fact file of information. Include both human and physical features and any other interesting facts.  

You may choose how to present the information or use the fact file template provided.

PE

Warm up Video

PE

WAIL: To develop a high skill of balance

Success Criteria: I can hold a balance

I can identify a variety of body parts on which to balance

 

Click on the link and have a go at the different balancing techniques. Remember to hold your balance.

Digging Deeper - can you connect your balances together into a short sequence?

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