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17.1.22

Maths

Spr6.2.5 - Fractions to decimals (1)

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Spr6.3.1 - Fractions to decimals (2)

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Spr6.3.3 - Understand percentages

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Spr6.3.4 - Fractions to percentages

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English

 

Grammar Task

 

Read through the powerpoint about relative clauses and complete the activity sheet.

 

Writing task

This week we will be writing a non-chronological report about Baghdad in 900AD. Use the summary of Baghdad to identify key facts and the video to find out more information. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-baghdad-in-900ad/zjfxpg8

 

Use the example report and checklist to recap the features of a non-chronological report.

 

Write up your final report remembering to include the title, subheading and paragraphs of factual information to present your writing clearly. Use the marking focus below to support your write up.

RE

 

Introduction

“The primary purpose of reading the Bible is not to know the Bible, but to know God.”

 

What does this quote mean to you? Write a response in your book.

 

Background

The Bible is important because it brings the reader or listener into the presence of God. It is God who speaks through the words of Scripture. Through Scripture, Christians are given strength and courage in their lives, not only to hear the Word of God, but to put it in action in their lives.

 

It is also important that, as Christians, we know our story, where we have come from and where we are called to go. We know we share in the story of those who have gone before us. For Christians, the Bible is a guide for living.

 

Through the Bible, Christians begin to know more about God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit and try to discover how they should live their lives. Sometimes in groups, sometimes alone in quiet reflection, Christians use passages from the Bible to help them to pray to God and reflect on their lives.

 

Key Questions

Please answer these in full sentences in your book.

 

Q.    How do you think Scripture brings a Christian into the presence of God?

Q.     Why is it important that Christians know the Bible?

Q.     What part do you play in that story of God’s people?

Q.     Which is the most important Biblical text (story) for you and why?

 

 

ACTIVITYHow does the Bible help Christians?

 

Using your favourite passage of Scripture (or choose a piece of scripture from this unit of work), describe how it helps a Christian’s belief in God. Include your own ideas, feelings and experiences and make links between them.

 

See the lesson resources for scripture associated with this unit of work.

 

 

History

 

L.O: I can explain some of the significant discoveries and studies which were led by early Islamic scholars and evaluate the impact they made on the wider world.

Look at the PowerPoint below.

Questions:

  1. What was the House of Wisdom?
  2. Why was it a significant place?
  3. Can you remember the names of any scholars who worked there?
  4. What famous discoveries or inventions happened at the House of Wisdom?

Continue learning about the early Islamic doctors Razi and Al-Zahrawi.

Activity 1

What you have learnt about the early Islamic doctors Razi and Al-Zahrawi.

  1. How do you think the work of these significant men and their contemporaries has influenced modern medicine?
  2. What do we know now that has likely developed from their studies and inventions?

Complete the Early Islamic Influence on Modern Medicine Activity Sheet to record your ideas.

 

Activity 2

Read the information about some of the significant early Islamic scholars you have learnt about in this lesson.

Can you answer the comprehension questions about the life and work of these important people?

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