March Working Letter

posted May 24, 2017, 3:42 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Sep 20, 2017, 1:44 AM by Unknown user ]

Literacy

These topics will be covered during March:

  • Identify words and phrases showing movements.
  • Identify words and phrases showing time passing.
  • Identify words and phrases showing synonyms for said.
  • Identify the Wh-questions.
  • Know how to ask questions.
  • Know how to interview a character.
  • Use words, phrases and sentences to describe characters.
  • Identify what is an adjective and how to use it.
  • Write the next part of a story.
  • Know when to use present continuous.
  • Identify general features of explanation text.
  • Take notes from the information in texts.
  • Identify the difference between 'because' and 'so'.
  • Identify some time connectives.
  • Identify the flow diagrams.
  • Maths

    These topics will be covered during March:

  • 1.    Use the denominator to know what to divide by. Know the answer to the division gives the unit fraction.

    2.   Recognise, find and write non-unit fractions of set objects. Solve fraction problems and reason mathematically.

    3.   Compare and order unit fractions, and fractions, with the same denominator. Recognise fractions as numbers.

    4.   Use a ruler to draw and measure lines to the nearest centimeter.

    5.   Use a ruler to draw and measure lines to the nearest millimeters.

    6.   Add and subtract lengths using mixed units.

    7.   Use rulers to measure and compare lengths, use simple scaling of quantities and equivalent of mixed units.

    8.   Add 3 digit numbers using the expanded written method of column addition. Estimate the answer to a calculation.

    9.   Add 3 digit numbers using the formal written method of column addition. Estimate the answer to a calculation.

    10. Add 3 digit numbers using the formal written method of column addition. Estimate the answer to a calculation.

    11. Subtract 3 digit numbers using the formal written method of column subtraction. Estimate the answer to a calculation.

    12. Add numbers mentally and use inverse operation to check the answer.

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