What do you think about illegal downloading?
Week 5: Transactional Texts – Reading as a writer
Week 6: Transactional Texts – Reading as a writer
Week 7: Poetry fluency
Week 8: Author Study
Week 9: Author Study
Week 10: Catching up
Week 11: Catching up
Week 1: Poetry
Free writing of poems, use point of view, theme
Week 2: Poetry
Free writing of poems, use mood & tone
Week 3: Poetry
Free writing of poems, use metaphor & simile
Week 4: Poetry
Free writing of poems, use personification
We are working hard on the costumes and practising our routines. Hope to see you there…
We are learning to identify line and rotational symmetry
– I am able to visualise a polygon or object being rotated (rotational symmetry)
– I am able to visualise a polygon or object being divided into equal parts (line symmetry)
– I can find lines of symmetry and draw them
– I can rotate polygons
– I can demonstrate line and rotational symmetry
BIG QUESTION NO1:
What is a polygon?
polygon: a plane figure with at least three straight sides and angles, and typically five or more.
BIG QUESTION NO2:
What is symmetry? We want to look at 2 types of symmetry.
Draw 5 Shapes that have line symmetry and 5 shapes that have rotational symmetry.
How much data is round!
We are looking our fitness and combining this with our mathematics focus of data. We have been doing 1 minute exercises and recording the data.
Have you improved?———-Gone backwards?———- What does the data say?