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Dungannon Primary School
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Welcome to Miss Dickson's LSC Class!

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Numeracy - November - December 2020 (Group 1)

Mathematics & Numeracy – During November- December

Understand and use mathematical language when talking about their work.

  • Develop a standard written method for vertical addition TU (with exchange), estimating the answer before calculating.
  • Understand that addition and subtraction are inverse operations.
  • Begin to understand the concept of multiplication and division through practical activities.
  • Revise coins up to £2
  • Carry out shopping activities calculating totals and change within £1.
  • Understand the concepts of X and -:- through practical activities.
  • Begin to develop recall of 2 and 10 X and -:- facts.

Measures:

  • Develop an appreciation of the weight of 1kg.
  • Estimate and measure using the metre as a standard unit.
  • Understand and use ¼ to in analogue and digital time.
  • Know that there are 24 hours in one day, a.m. = 12 hours and p.m. = 12 hours.
  • Know that there are 60 minutes in 1 hour, 30 minutes in ½ hour and 15 minutes in ¼ hour.
  • Calculate durations involving hour, ½ past and ¼ past times.

Shape & Space:

  • Understand and use concept of symmetry through practical activities. Recognise one line of symmetry in a variety of 2D shapes, designs and pictures.
  • Understand and use “quarter turn”, ½ and ¾ turn

Literacy - November - December (Group 1)

Language & Literacy – During November- December

Talking & Listening

  • Speak clearly and coherently
  • Identify some aspects of talk which vary between formal and informal occasions
  • Explain and justify methods, opinions and conclusions.

Reading (At appropriately differentiated levels)

  • Engage in guided and shared reading sessions using both fiction & non-fiction texts.
  • Develop our literal and inference reading comprehension skills.

Writing (At appropriately differentiated levels)

Grammar & Punctuation

  • Speech marks
  • Form plurals using “s”, “es” and. “ies”
  • Apostrophes for contraction e.g. I am à I’m
  • Alphabetical order
  • Pronouns

Writing

  • Story writing
  • Use a picture for stimulus to be able to write a story.
  • Planning, writing, editing and evaluating a story for a particular audience

Numeracy - November - December 2020 (Group 2)

Mathematics & Numeracy – During November- December

Number

  • Order a set of consecutive numbers (increasing and decreasing) within 99 999.
  • Order a set of consecutive 1 d.p. numbers within 99 999.
  • Multiply any whole number by 100, answers within 99 999
  • Use word problems to solve money problems.
  • Fractions- understand mixed number fractions, add and subtract fractions with the same denominator

Measures

  • Area, Volume and weight.
  • Convert between kilometres and metres and between metres and kilometres.
  • Calculate start, finish times and durations using 24-hour system.

Handling Data

  • Record data in tables with given class intervals.
  • Construct, use and interpret bar-line graphs.

Shape and Space

  • Reflect shapes and designs about two lines of symmetry: horizontal and vertical
  • Understand and use 8 points of compass to calculate direction and amount of turn

Mental Maths

  • Revision of components of 100
  • Doubles and halves within 100
  • Mental addition and subtraction of 2digit numbers.
  • Quick recall of multiplication and division facts.

Literacy - November - December 2020 (Group 2)

Language & Literacy – During November- December

Talking & Listening

  • Speak clearly and coherently
  • Identify some aspects of talk which vary between formal and informal occasions
  • Explain and justify methods, opinions and conclusions.

Reading (At appropriately differentiated levels)

  • Engage in guided and shared reading sessions using both fiction & non-fiction texts.
  • Develop our literal and inference reading comprehension skills.

Writing (At appropriately differentiated levels)

 

Grammar & Punctuation

  • Speech marks
  • Form plurals using “s”, “es” and. “ies”
  • Apostrophes for contraction e.g. I am à I’m
  • Alphabetical order
  • Pronouns

Writing

  • Story writing
  • Use a picture for stimulus to be able to write a story.
  • Planning, writing, editing and evaluating a story for a particular audience

World Around Us - November - December 2020

World Around Us (Topic Work) - Christmas Around the World

Some of the activities we will be involved in are:

  • Learn about how people celebrate Christmas Around the World
  • Learn about different countries traditions around the world
  • Discuss the different names Father Christmas has
  • Talk about what people eat for Christmas dinner
  • What is the weather like for different countries?
  • Listen to Merry Christmas being said in different languages
  • Look and make Christmas decorations from around the world.
  • What do different countries leave out for Santa to eat?

Using ICT

  • Explore: Carry out online research on Christmas
  • Express: Create an information sheet including picture and labels.

 

  • Evaluate: Discuss ICT work with teacher. Talk about any improvements or changes that could have been made.
  • Exchange: Post comments about learning about Christmas on Google Classroom.
  • Exhibit: Save work using an appropriate file name.

 

 

 
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Contact Details

Dungannon Primary School,
Circular Rd,
Dungannon,
County Tyrone,
BT71 6BE

T: 028 8772 2250

E: dthompson618@c2kni.net

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