Read through the Debate Cards. Who is FOR deforestation and why?
Who is AGAINST deforestation and why?
Today you are going to be writing an argument AGAINST deforestation. What are some of the arguments against it that you can remember from Wednesday?
What are some of the features that you will need to use? Think back to Tuesday.
What are some of the persuasive devices that you can use? Think back to yesterday.
Read the Persuasive Writing Activity document and follow the prompts before writing your own persuasive argument against deforestation.
Today, you will order decimals. Use the image below to help you understand the place value of the numbers then complete the activity sheet. Questions 1-4 are green activities. Questions 5 – 8 are for if you usually do blue group work and questions 9-12 are for purple group
Punctuate the following sentences correctly, remembering capitals, full stops, exclamation marks and question marks too.
Remember to use inverted commas or speech marks to show which were the actual words spoken.
E.g. “What time are your friends arriving?” asked Bobby.
For your first lesson of Spanish I thought it would be great to learn the colours of the rainbow so we can display them and show our support for our NHS and key workers.
Draw a rainbow and write the name of the colours inside. Now colour!
Use the colour sheet to help you with spelling and writing these colours.