Below is this week’s home learning for those children working from home at the moment.
Click on the link below to access the activities taken from White Rose Maths.
|Text: Bill’s New Frock by Anne Fine|
Lesson 1 – Continue to read Ch. 5
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Retrieval What happens when Bill can’t swap his comic?
Retrieval How do Mrs Collins and the rest of the class react to the fight?
Lesson 2 – Read Ch. 6
Infer Why do you think Bill decided he could not let Paul win the race?
Lesson 3 – Continue to read Ch. 6
Infer What do you think is going to happen when Bill walks home?
Infer Are people going to notice that he is a boy in a dress? Explain why using evidence from the text.
Lesson 4 – Read Ch. 7
Compare What is the difference between how boys and girls are treated throughout the text? Use examples from the whole text.
Use these sentence starters to help explain your answer:
This shows that… This leads the reader to believe… This suggests that… This implies that… This could represent…
Chapter 5 – Bill’s new frock by Anne Fine – click on the link below to access the story
Chapter 6 – click on the link
Chapter 7 – click on the link
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