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Lesson 1: Literacy
- read each biography twice
- highlight key facts that you did not know about Annie
- summarise what you have learned and list at least 5 new facts you discover about Annie and her life
Lesson 2: Maths
3) Spend 15 mins at least on Times Tables Rock Stars.
It is important you watch the video lesson first and then have a go at the activities underneath the video screen as we haven't looked at factors for a while. I have added a link to the lesson PowerPoint slide below.
I have also included the answers for you to check once you've completed as much of the activity as you can do. This is a self marking activity, once you've completed the activity of course. Please let us know if you need any support with any of the activities.
Remember you can write out the activities and calculations on paper, you don't need to print them out.
Lesson 3: Computing
Sometimes however the problem is so big or complex that we don’t know where to start.
Decomposition is when we break a problem down into smaller parts to make it easier to tackle.
Watch the BBC Bitesize video below to find out more about decomposition.
The game will remind us of the importance of detecting and correcting errors in algorithms and programs that accomplish specific goals. We will need to use use logical reasoning to predict the behaviour of simple algorithms/programs. Remember, you must create the correct algorithm to solve the sequence.
Click on the link below to play the game.
Tomorrow, Saturday 30th January, we will be posting some activities that you can do at the weekend if you like.
You do not have to do these activities, but they are there to help you find new, interesting things to do.
Have a lovely weekend!