Class Blog for Class 3

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Hello 

Class 3

Teacher: Miss Godby
Teaching Assistant: Mr Dickinson 


Hello and welcome to Class 3. 

We will use this page to keep you updated with what's going on in Class 3, share our learning  and keep you informed of any events in school.





 


English Friday 5th June 2020 

Part Four: the voyage and the apple barrel

The resources for today's lesson can be found below and I will update the PowerPoint later on to include examples of pupils work.

The episode for today's lesson can be found here.

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English 4th June 

Part three: Long John Silver and the Hispaniola 

The resources for today's lesson can be found below and I will update the PowerPoint later on to include examples of pupils work.

The episode for today's lesson can be found here.

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English 3rd June 2020 

Part 2: The Squire and the treasure map

The resources for today's lesson can be found below and I will update the PowerPoint later on today to include examples of pupils work.

The episode for today's lesson can be found here.

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Maths update  

Maths

Sorry everyone, I uploaded the incorrect maths worksheets below which is why there wasn't any videos to support the learning and worksheets. The correct resources are now available below and we are on week 6 of the White Rose Home Learning.

Sorry again! 
 

 


English Tuesday 2nd June 

Part One: Jim Hawkins and the Admiral Benbow

The resources for today's lesson can be found below and I will update the PowerPoint later on today to include examples of pupils work.

The episode for today's lesson can be found here

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Home Learning week beginning 2nd June  

Home Learning

Hello everyone!

I hope you all really enjoyed your half term holidays.

This week's home learning tasks are outlined in blog entries below.

The maths follows the same format as before the holiday and all the necessary links and resources can be found below.

From this week, the English will follow a new format. An overview for this can be found below but I will update daily lessons onto the blog (above). Each daily blog will include a PowerPoint presentation of the lesson with a step by step guide, links to episodes of "Treasure Island" and the resources that are required. 

As always, please contact me if you would like any support, guidance or to just say hello!

Take care, Miss Godby 


 


English week beginning 2nd June 2020 

English 

Our next unit of work in English is going to be based on R.L. Stevensons’ “Treasure Island.” To enable the whole class to use the same resource material, each lesson will be based on an episode of “Treasure Island” that has been animated and shorted by BBC Schools Radio. Each lesson will start with pupils, whether at home or in school, watching the relevant episode to that lesson. There is no need to watch all ten episodes in advance and it would be better if they watched one at a time during the sequence of learning.

The activities for each lesson will include:
1. Watching an episode of “Treasure Island.”
2. Create /add to your story map of the events from each episode of “Treasure Island.” These will help recap the story before each lesson and support the pupils' retelling of the story
3. A set of VIPERS comprehension questions to answer. Please answer these in full sentences, giving examples from the text when you can.
4. A written activity based on the day’s episode.
5. A short grammar or vocabulary activity linked to the day’s episode.

I will upload the PowerPoint and resources for each lesson daily but please contact me or Diane if you would like printed copies. The links to the relevant web pages will also be on the PowerPoint. I will upload examples of work produced in class onto the blog and lesson PowerPoint and would love to be able to also add examples of home learning to the blog each day so that children in and out of school can share their learning with each other. The work posted will remain nameless. 

I will mark and return any work that is sent in.

On each slide of the PowerPoint is a very rough guide for how long should be spent on each task but this is only a rough guide and will differ for each pupil. The activities do not have to be completed all at once.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

 


Hello Class 3! 

Thank you so much for your kind wishes and comments this week.

As this half term draws to a close, I just wanted to say well done for all of your hard work and for embracing so many new opportunities for learning. So many of you have learnt new skills, developed existing talents and accomplished things you've never attempted before. You should all be very proud. I felt very hungry as you've descried the amazing cooking and baking you've been enjoying; been very impressed with the keepy uppy challenges (I've never been able to improve on two); thought the moors that you've been exploring look utterly amazing and I've received enough book and film recommendations to keep me busy over the half term holiday. 

I hope you enjoy the half term holiday next week.

Take care,
Miss Godby 

Here are just a few of the lovely pictures you've sent in of your work and the many different things that you've been up to. 

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