The task: pupils to read the clues and draw the shape which matches it - the clues are written with many possible answers. This requires pupils' to have a good understanding of the shape before they can finally get the correct answer.
A worksheet pitched at a year 6 level - from working towards to greater depth. An open task, with pupils having to reason and justify the choice of shape drawn based on the properties. The properties for each shape, include: number of angles/vertices, perpendicular lines, parallel lines, right angles, diagonal lines, polygons, reflex and acute angles.
The pack comes with a teacher version which has the answers.
This is 2 of the first 5 worksheets designed to break up the process, step by step.
Each stage provides opportunities for filtered problem solving and reasoning questions, in the same format as that stage. The five stages culminates to working out % percentage of amounts using 50/25/10/5/1 % and building up to required percentage. Full editable to adapt.
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A series of 3 lessons with Powerpoint, tasks and planning.
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Lesson 1: Holy week events.
Task: Who was responsible for the death of Jesus task. Pie char linked to maths.
Lesson 2: Deeper themes of Easter
Realised Jesus was not dead, he was alive again, and through this, God had began the ‘New Creation’ – remaking the whole world, starting with Jesus. (How does this link to Easter eggs?)
Lesson 3: How easter is celebrated around the world.
Also, denominations are explored and their differing celebration traditions.
Essential handbook to help with the process of promoting children’s speaking and listening for all subjects. Specific maths sentences structures will be uploaded soon.
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This worked very effectively with my class. They analysed a WAGOLL from Frankie’s Exemplification. The planning has a teacher version and pupil version. The teacher version provides the steps to complete the plan. This planning template encourages pupils to think about the different features but the key part is, where they place each feature for impact - this is where their independence comes in. It worked when we did this back in October. Now, with lots of practice, the children know the key features of each text type and from the interim framework, they need to add in .
It is that time of the year where SLT/ Year 6 teachers need to make the application for pupils who need that additional/ addition with restriction time to do their best. This recording sheet, along with the guidance notes takes the stress away of collating that information. It can be given to teachers to fill in prior to making the online application on the GOV website - they will have all the information needed ON ONE PAGE. The guidance notes shows the outcome for each question so staff can think carefully beforehand, what their child needs and the evidence they have. The preparation and the outcome can all be recorded easily, ready to refer to later if needed. So whether it is your first time going through this process or you have done it before - this document can help. (I hope)
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This is a series of 6 lessons covering the causes of World War 2, key events and the lasting impact on British Civilians. Plan, resources and powerpoints attached including differentiation for LA and deeper level questioning for HA.
It makes strong cross curricular links to Science, Literacy and Art.And also the current Covid 19 pandemic.
Lesson 1: exploring the role of WW1 in creating a disgruntled and vulnerable Germany which allowed someone like Hitler to rise in power. Declaration of War linked to Covid
Lesson 2: exploring key events of WW2 and stopping at Battle of Britain. The map shows visually just how many bombs were dropped during the air raids. Pupils explore the structural damage left behind. Art lesson: creating a collage of the structural damage.
Lesson 3: as a result of the air raids, people were evacuated. Pupils listen to a journal from an evacuee and write their journal and discussing the 3 parts of an evacuation: journey to the countryside; being selected by their hosts and living in their new surroundings. Literacy links to Goodnight Mr Tom.
Lesson 4: As a result of the Germans sinking British ships carrying food, there was a national food shortage. Therefore, Rationing had to be introduced. Pupils explore rationing books, the food items rationed (with a comparison to staple food items that they’d recognise now and visually showing a third of it - to show the allocation. Pupils create a food plan for WW2 and now and compare the two. Science links to Carbs, Proteins etc.
Lesson 5: People had to be persuaded to stay at home, turn lights off, evacuate (similar to Covid) and this lesson explores the different propaganda posters during the WW2 and the message behind each.
Lesson 6: Pupils look at features of an explanation text and summise the impact that WW2 had on British civilians from previous lessons. Task is to write an explanation text about that impact. Writing frame provided for LA and language phrases /tier 2 vocabulary included for everyone to include in their writing.
***This ‘on one page’ covers the five stages of converting from Fraction to Decimal, EQUIVALANCE and vice versa. It uses place value as the basis, leading to fluency tasks to provide opportunties to tackle SATs style questions. Stage 5 is a further extension for pupils to be ready for secondary. ***
The five stages really help when then thinking about comverting to Percentages as well, and ordering tasks around FDP. Easy for all abilities to follow and be challenged at the same time.
SATs style, easy to pick up and follow - instant progress/revision.
This worksheet is teaching Length. It is differentiated in 3 sets for year 6. Each set have opportunuties for Core - Fluency - Reasoning - Problem Solving.
As it is on one sheet, pupils have ownership to choose where they want to start. Pupils can take risks if they are confident and challenge themselves. Noone is limited, everyone has the autonmy to extend their learning.