Farsley Farfield Year 2

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Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th February

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Good morning. We hope that you are keeping warm and cosy in this bitterly cold weather.

Please see below for this week’s timetable and lessons for Wednesday and Thursday.

Wednesday Lessons:
9.30am English:  Today we will be using expanded noun phrases to describe an alien planet setting. Your child will need the lesson header Week 6 English lesson 3 To write expanded noun phrases.

Here are the teaching notes that accompany the lesson:

11am Maths: Today’s lesson is reviewing and assessing the data and statistics unit. You will need the White Rose end of unit assessment sheet that was included in your home learning pack.

Here are the teaching notes that accompany the lesson:

1pm History: Today we are going to be thinking about the question: Why did Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins risk their lives to go to the moon? We will be using different sources of evidence as well as drama techniques to try and discover the astronauts’ motivation for going to the moon.

You will need the history week 6 resource:

Here are the teaching notes in case you are unable to make the meet:

Thursday Lessons:
9.30am English: Today we are going to be using time connectives and expanded noun phrases to sequence events. This is in preparation for tomorrow’s extended writing task. You will need the resource sheet: Week 6 English lesson 4

Here are the teaching notes that accompany the lesson:

11am Maths: Today is the first lesson in a series of lessons on 2D and 3D shape. Today’s lesson focuses on recognising shapes.

Here are the teaching notes that accompany the lesson:

There is a White Rose Maths video that links to this lesson. Then please complete pages recognise 2D and 3D shapes in your White Rose Maths book.

1pm Art: Join us this afternoon for an art lesson where we will be designing and creating our own alien planets. I wonder what amazing ideas you have for your planet?

Here are the teaching notes that accompany the lesson:

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