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Good morning Year 2, I hope you are all well and have had a lovely weekend!
Please continue to work hard and do your best!
Below are your lessons for today. Remember to email your work to Year2_Home@st-john.lancs.sch.uk or put it on our school blog.
Remember to log onto www.getepic.com/students using our class code (that was texted to you and it's on our school blog) and click on your initials, to access the books that I am assigning for you to read. I will add more books each week. They can be found in your mailbox! If you have read your assigned books, please feel free to read any of the other age-related books available on the website too. This website is what our school is using to monitor your reading at home, please make sure that you are reading regularly.
L.O. 10 times tables
Please watch the learn screen below.
Then, I would like you to answer the questions from the worksheets. Please ONLY write the answers to the worksheets, you DO NOT need to copy out the questions. If you wish to print them, that is also fine.
L.O. To answer questions from a text
In your home learning pack, please find your CGP KS1 Comprehension Book. Please could you read the comprehensions ‘The Owl and the Pussy-cat’ on page 4 and ‘Seasons’ on page 5 and answer the questions.
For the second part of this lesson, I would like you to log onto the getepic website and read one of the books that I have assigned you. If you have read your assigned books, please feel free to choose and read another book of your choice! I can track and see the variety of books you are reading on my account!
L.O. To recall a story from the Gospel of Matthew.
Please read the power point below. There are some key questions at the end to talk about and answer. You do not need to write the answers down.
Please put the date and L.O. into your lined book. Today I would like you to hot seat John or Jesus. In your book, I would like you to write 5 open questions for you to ask John or Jesus about their Baptism experience, then answer them in full sentences under each one pretending to be John or Jesus.
Remember open questions are questions that you can’t just answer with yes or no, they usually start with where, who, why, what and how so that somebody can explain their answer in more detail.
For example, I will hot seat John:
How did you feel when Jesus asked you to baptise him?
I felt confused at first, because why me? I didn't feel special enough to do such an important act, it should have been Jesus baptising me. I soon felt honoured and privileged to be asked by Jesus.
Try to include key vocabulary and use the Baptism story to support your answers.
Have a lovely Monday!
Love, Miss Dewhurst x