4 times tables Maths Quiz - 10 minutes
History- 10 minutes
WALT - Use evidence to learn about Lindisfarne and the raids
Read the information below to find out more about Lindisfarne.
Use the information above and your own research to create an information poster about Lindisfarne. You can print or draw the image at the botoom and label with key facts.
Can you work out which definition should go with which word? They are all jumbled!
Watch the video below by clicking the link and then read the information after this.
These were written by a monk known as Alcuin. Read through them and answer the questions below:
Why do you think the Vikings were described like this?
Do you think it is true what they did? Why? Why not?
How does Alcuin feel about the Vikings?
Do you think the Vikings raided Lindisfarne just to kill people? Why? Why not?
Whose side are you on? Who do you believe? The monks or the Vikings? Why?
WALT multiply 2-digit and 1-digit numbers
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Today we are going to be applying our multiplication recall to solve calculations which involve multiplying 2 digit factor by a single digit factor. Today we won’t be needing to exchange – you will just need to apply your known multiplication facts.
For this problem you could use a Part Part Whole model and partition like you did yesterday, however a more efficient method is to use Column multiplication.
YOU MUST REMEMBER THAT THE DIGITS MUST GO IN THE CORRECT COLUMN.
WALT - Write a playscript.
Watch part 2 of Freya and the Goblins by clicking the link below.
TASK: Write a playscript for part of or all of the rest of the story. Choose from the scenes below:
You might want to write your speech bubbles first. Take a look at the example below:
Once you have created your dialogue, write this as a playscript including all of the features you have been learning about. Normally this would be an assessed write so please use your very best handwriting. You will also need this piece of writing for tomorrow's lesson.
STAGE DIRECTIONS ( )
Take a look at the WAGOLL (What a good one looks like below) Remember you can do more than one scene!