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1st lesson: Literacy
What is a stereotype?
- a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
Watch the video and work through the lesson by clicking on the button below.
Here are some examples of how she rejected stereotypes for women of her time:
- she graduated with a teacher training degree
- she travelled around America, alone
- she worked (as a teacher)
- she went over the Niagara Falls in a barrel
How does Lila reject the stereotypical characteristics of a female?
The theme running throughout this story is...
Lila rejects the stereotypical characteristics of a female because...
2nd lesson: Maths
Remember to explain your answer and include an example.
3) Spend 15 mins at least on Times Tables Rock Stars.
As always, it is extremely important you watch the video lesson first to help you understand the lesson and then have a go at the activities underneath. There are two teaching videos for today's lesson.
I have included the answers for you to check once you've completed as much of the activity as you can do.
Remember you can write out the activities and calculations on paper, you don't need to print them.
3rd lesson - Science (with a bit of art)
Take a long deep breath in. You are taking oxygen into your body. Where does that oxygen go?
Take a deep breath out. You are breathing carbon dioxide out of your body. Where has that carbon dioxide come from?
-what type of blood cell or cells it shows
-what is the job or jobs of the blood cells in your artwork
-how the blood cell or cells are transported around the body so that they can do their jobs
Use this BBC bitesize link and the one that you have already looked at to help you.
Blood is always red. True or false?
This is true!
•Some people wrongly think that blood in veins is blue. This is not true.
•Blood is always red.
•Oxygenated blood is bright red, deoxygenated blood is dark red.
•Veins do look blue, but this due to the way the skin reflects blue light, and has nothing to do with the colour of the blood inside.
The Year 6 Teachers