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Transcript
English texts/video stimulus:
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Rosie’s Hat – Julia Donaldson
Feel the wind – Arthur Dorros
Hurricane – David Wiesner
What will the weather be? - Lynda
DeWitt
Hide and seek fog – Alvin Tresselt
Come on rain! Karen Hesse
Rain – Peter Spiers
Cloudette – Tom Lichtenheld
Kipper’s book of weather – Mick
Inkpen
Elmer’s weather – David McKee
English Writing Opportunities:
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Weather based poetry – writing and
reciting.
Weather based stories – reading and
writing our own.
Weather reports.
Social, Moral, Spiritual
and cultural links:
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Links to Secrets of
Success
Art and Design:
Design and
Technology:
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Cloud formations.
Colour mixing –
primary and secondary
colours.
Mixed media and
collage creations.
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Creating a rain
gauge
Creating weather
charts
Weather
instruments.
Windsock
Science:
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Cool Kids Programme
Improvement in:
Concentration/ focus
Hand-eye co-ordination/ balance
Calm down strategies.
PE:
Extreme Weather – Teaching
Seasonal changes – learning months of the years and
identifying seasons linked to them.
Countries that have the same seasons as us and those that are
different.
Southern hemisphere countries and how they have the
opposite season to us.
Weather diaries – starting point/introduction to.
Mathematics:
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Creating block charts, bar charts, pictograms
and tally charts based on weather.
Looking at temperatures and comparing them to
find the difference.
Geography:
Intervention
• 1-1 RWI
• Speedy reading
• Numicon
• Busy Fingers
Language & Communication
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Expressive Language
Auditory Memory
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Identifying continents and
oceans of the world.
Identifying the Equator
and its affects on the
countries near to it.
Identifying and learning
about the Artic Circle and
Antarctica
Identifying weather in
tropical, temperate and cold
climates.
History:
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The history of meteorology.
How weather has affected history.