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Year 4 Remote Learning

This page is for our children who are learning at home so that they can access learning throughout the week. For each day of the week, there will be an English, Maths and Guided Reading lesson. 

You could also try some of our Topic Challenges at home.

Monday 28th September 2020

English LQ:  What sentence starters do we use in persuasive texts to help structure the text?

Guided: Identify the sentence starters used to structure the persuasive text example. Applied: Write your own sentences using the given starters.

Independent: Add some of these starters to your own writing.

Maths LQ: How do we find 1,000 more or less than numbers up to 10,000?

Complete the activities in the PowerPoint verbally or on a whiteboard. Then have a go at answering the Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving questions in your book.

 Guided Reading - Burps, Bottoms and Bile Knowledge Organiser.

Read the text and answer the 'Vocabulary and Summary' questions (blue page). 

English

Name
 why_should_you_drink_water.docxDownload
 persuasive starters applied.docxDownload
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Maths

Name
 1000 more or less.pptxDownload
 F, R, PS Monday.docxDownload
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Guided Reading

Name
 knowledge-organiser-a4.pdfDownload
 28.09.20 Knowledge Organiser.docxDownload
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Tuesday 29th September 2020

English LQ:  How do we use expanded noun phrases in a persuasive text?

Guided: Identify the expanded noun phrases in the persuasive text example. Applied: Add you own powerful adjectives to the sentences given. Independent: Add some expanded noun phrases to your own writing.

Maths LQ: How can you compare 4-digit numbers?

Complete the activities in the PowerPoint verbally or on a whiteboard. Then have a go at answering the Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving questions in your book.

 Guided Reading - Burps, Bottoms and Bile Knowledge Organiser.

Read the text and answer the 'Retrieval' questions (green page). 

English

Name
 Compare 4-digit numbers.pptxDownload
 F, R, PS Tuesday.docxDownload
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Maths

Name
 Number lines to 10000.pptxDownload
 F, R, PS Tuesday.docxDownload
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Guided Reading

Name
 knowledge-organiser-a4.pdfDownload
 28.09.20 Knowledge Organiser.docxDownload
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Wednesday 30th September 2020

English LQ:  What is a thesaurus?

Guided: Use a Thesaurus to find alternative words for the given list. Applied: Find alternative words for the words given in the sentences. Make sure they fit in these sentences. Independent: Add some better words to your own writing.

 Maths LQ: How do we order numbers beyond 1,000?

Complete the activities in the PowerPoint verbally or on a whiteboard. Then have a go at answering the Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving questions in your book.

 Guided Reading - Burps, Bottoms and Bile Knowledge Organiser.

Read the text and answer the 'Inference' questions (yellow page). 

English

Name
 thesaurus guided.docxDownload
 thesaurus applied.docxDownload
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Maths

Name
 ordering numbers.pptxDownload
 F, R, PS Wednesday.docxDownload
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Guided Reading

Name
 knowledge-organiser-a4.pdfDownload
 28.09.20 Knowledge Organiser.docxDownload
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Thursday 1st October 2020

English LQ:  What are imperative verbs and how are they used in a persuasive text?

Guided: Identify the imperative verbs in the persuasive text example. Applied: Use a Thesaurus to find better imperative verbs for the examples given. Independent: Add some better imperative verbs to your own writing.

Maths LQ: How do we round numbers to the nearest 1,000?

Complete the activities in the PowerPoint verbally or on a whiteboard. Then have a go at answering the Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving questions in your book.

Guided Reading - Burps, Bottoms and Bile Knowledge Organiser.

Read the text and answer the 'Predict and Compare' questions (pale blue page). 

English

Name
 Imperative Verbs PowerPoint.pptxDownload
 imperative verbs applied.docxDownload
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Maths

Name
 round to the nearest 1,000.pptxDownload
 F, R, PS Thurs.docxDownload
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Guided Reading

Name
 knowledge-organiser-a4.pdfDownload
 28.09.20 Knowledge Organiser.docxDownload
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Friday 2nd October 2020

SPaG LQ:  Can you expand sentences using conjunctions?

Go through the PowerPoint and follow the activities then complete the questions. 

Arithmetic LQ: Can you complete arithmetic questions?

Complete the Aritmetic half test. 

Guided Reading - Burps, Bottoms and Bile Knowledge Organiser.

Read the text and answer the 'Assessment' questions (red page). 

SPaG

Name
 Expaning sentences using conjunctions.pptxDownload
 Expanding sentences using conjunctions.rtfDownload
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Arithmetic

Name
 Y4-Arithmetic-Half-Test-2a.pdfDownload
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Guided Reading

Name
 knowledge-organiser-a4.pdfDownload
 28.09.20 Knowledge Organiser.docxDownload
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