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Tuesday 9th June

Good morning 3/4K

Have you chosen an online quiz book to read? Lets see how many of you can complete a quiz this week. 

It was so good to talk with lots of you yesterday and hear what you have been doing. smiley

 

Suggested timetable for learning at home

 

Maths: 30 minutes

English: 30 minutes

       Break

Reading: 20 minutes

French : 20 - 30 minutes

Spelling: 15 minutes

Maths: 8 x table warm-up. How quickly can you solve these?

Maths: 8 x table warm-up. How quickly can you solve these? 1

What's the number pattern? Can you describe the sequence?

What's the number pattern? Can you describe the sequence? 1
What's the number pattern? Can you describe the sequence? 2
What's the number pattern? Can you describe the sequence? 3

Now describe the rule

Now describe the rule 1
Now describe the rule 2

The Little Story that Didn't Want to be Told, as told by Wilf Merttens

Listen again to the story about a little story that didn't want to be told!

English:

Listen again to Wilf Mertterns telling The Little Story That Didn’t Want To Be Told from Monday. Use the sentence stems to help you answer these questions:

  •  What part of the story telling do you particularly like and why?      (think about his expression, emphasis, how fast or slow he spoke)                I particularly liked it when he ....         When he told the story it......          
  • The Little Story was not very confident about being a good-enough story to be told out loud. What suggestions could you give for someone telling a good story? Make a list of some good suggestions.       My suggestions for telling a good story are:                                                                                              1. Make use you....          2.  Speak so that....            3.   Use gestures so that....           4. Try to... 

Now read the story teller's advice. Look at your list. Can you add any of these suggestions to your list?

Now read the story teller's advice. Look at your list. Can you add any of these suggestions to your list? 1

Practise retelling some sentences about the Dragon's red gold tree. Try to use these conjunctions to help you extend your sentences.

Practise retelling some sentences about the Dragon's red gold tree. Try to  use these conjunctions to help you extend your sentences. 1

French

Le pique-nique

The picnic

 

Look at and revise the words below from last week:

French

English

un sandwich

a sandwich

un jus d’orange

an orange juice

un gâteau

a cake

une pizza

a pizza

une pomme

an apple

une banane

a banana

 

 

 

Now look at some ways of saying your opinion about food.

 

French

English

Beurk!

Yuk!

Miam-miam!

Yum yum!

C’est bon.

It’s good.

Ce n’est pas bon.

It’s not good.

C’est mauvais!

It’s bad!

C’est délicieux!

It’s delicious!

 

 

 

 

  • Think about what each character might be saying about the food they can see. 
  • Match the pictures and the sentences.  You can write and draw them in your book.
Picture 1
Picture 2
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