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PE With Joe | Wednesday 22nd April

30 seconds work | 30 seconds rest 2 sets of 10 exercises with a 2 minute rest in between Today's Trivia _____________ Mount Fuji is a mountain in which of th...



Today we are going to be learning a little bit more about persuasive devices, in order to prepare to write our own persuasive argument against deforestation tomorrow.

Read through the Persuasive Devices Introduction. Follow the prompts to have a go at using each persuasive device.

When you feel confident with most of the devices, have a look at the Flashcards. Choose a flashcard and write a persuasive paragraph about your opinion on the subject. Don’t forget to keep referring back to the presentation to make sure you are using the persuasive devices!



Today, you will compare amounts of money. You can write these in your book and draw pictures if you’d like to. You’ll need to add some amounts first, use the column method to help you or partitioning (where you add the ones together then the tens)


  • This sign means more than (so      8 > 2    the crocodile eats the bigger number   8 is more than 2)

< This sign means less than (so       2 < 8   the crocodile still eats the biggest number and shows that 2 is less than 8)


  1. Choose the level of challenge you’d like to do. 1 star is easier, 2 stars is medium and 3 stars is the hardest. All the answers are there to help you to check if you were right.
  2. Maybe you could look at a shopping receipt from home. Can you order the cost of each food? Maybe you could write a list to show the cheapest item all the way down to the most expensive? This will help you with tomorrow’s lesson.

Guided Reading


Complete Questions 7 -11 of the answer booklet. Remember to have the text beside you or open on the screen so that you can refer back to it after you have read each question. Even when you think you know or remember the answer, always check it back in the text!