Monday 16th November 2020
Good Morning to all of you who are working at home. Please find your lessons for today below.
Registration & Early Morning work
Class Worship - Daily Prayer
Good morning, Dear Jesus
I give you this day,
My soul and my body,
My work and my play.
All for you dear Jesus,
All for you this day.
SCIENCE To find out about people who have developed useful new materials by learning about John McAdam.
Invent, macadamisation, macadam road, patent, Parliament, compensated, royalties, knighthood, tar, tarmacadam, tarmac.
Children will have learned about the uses of other everyday materials.
John McAdam: Read through the information on the Lesson Presentation.
Macadamisation: Explain the process of macadamisation and emphasise that this was a significant change in road building. Until then rural roads were often muddy, slippery and dangerous and urban roads were cobbled making them bumpy and uncomfortable to travel over. Are children able to tell you name of the process John McAdam invented?
John McAdam: Read through the information explaining the meaning of words patent, Parliament, compensated and royalties.
Impact Today: Use the Lesson Presentation to explain how macadam roads were developed and how the use of tar was added to stabilise them. These roads then became known as tarmacadam roads and then tarmac. Children discuss where they think tarmac is used today. Are children able to explain how his invention has impacted on life today?
Children complete the differentiated Fact File Activity Sheets.
Children use the John McAdam Word Mat to help them complete their fact file.
Can children tell you two facts about John McAdam’s life?
I can tell you the name of the new process John McAdam invented.
I can explain how his invention has impacted on life today.
I can tell you two interesting facts about John McAdam’s life.
Maths – L.O Bonds to 100 (tens and ones)
Follow the link to watch the video.
Print out and complete the worksheet attached.
Daily Mile & Break
English – Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty
L.O - To ask relevant questions to extend their understanding
To use question marks correctly
Special delivery! A letter arrives from Rosie asking for the children’s help:
I have been asked to write a series of leaflets about engineering and how some famous world-wide landmarks were built/constructed. Can you help me please? I’ve heard you are going to visit Tower Bridge and I’d like you to find out about the towers, the engine room, how the bridge opens and the materials used.
How kind you are!
From Rosie Revere, Engineer
Use the ‘wh’ question words to support children in deciding what they would like to find out. Children write 5 questions.
I can ask questions
I can write questions
Read your online book for 15 minutes.
Topic – Art
Learn about the work of a range of artists in the context of LS Lowry.
Print the Lowry City Matchstick Figures Sheet.
If you choose, play Matchstick Men and Matchstick Cats and Dogs by Brian and Michael (1978).
Who is L.S. Lowry? Briefly revisit previous learning about the artist and his work.
Matchstick Figures: As a class, children discuss individual details from ‘Coming to the Mill’ and then identify the actions of various matchstick figures by their poses.
Who is That Man? Look at the figure and ask the questions to prompt discussion.
Drawing Matchstick Figures
Demonstrate choosing from the available media to draw a range of stick figures
• Model imagining what your matchstick figures are doing and using their poses to convey action • These figures will populate the Lowry City Collage- show how to draw them at an appropriate size! Show the ‘What a Good One Looks Like’ Slide or the Lowry City Matchstick Figures Sheet to illustrate the end result.
I can draw figures in a matchstick style.
I can draw figures that show an action.
I can point out the matchstick figures in a painting by LS Lowry.
I can say what I think a figure is doing in a painting by LS Lowry.