Reading

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

Writing

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

Symmetry

Symmetry

Learning Intention:

We are learning to identify line and rotational symmetry

Success Criteria:

– 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?

 

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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.

Line symmetry:

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Rotational symmetry:

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Activity:

Draw 5 Shapes that have line symmetry and 5 shapes that have rotational symmetry.

Data Collection

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?