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Imaginative Learning Project
Pharaohs
2016-2017
Year Group:4/5
No. of children: 22 Term: Aut 1
No.of weeks: 8 Teacher: K. Warren
Knowledge of the World
Communication and Language
Locate the world’s countries
focussing on environmental
regions and key physical and
human characteristics of
countries. Begin to understand
key aspects of human geography
including; types of settlements,
trade links and natural resources.
Hypothesize, speculate, imagine
and explore ideas and themes
around the Ancient Egyptians.
Read about how the Egyptians
lived, worked, celebrated and
passed on. Write narratives that
stretch the imagination of your
reader; inspired by the
Egyptians.
The Arts / Technology
Begin to master art and design
techniques and expand your
understanding of sculpture and
colour to create Ancient
Egyptian inspired masterpieces.
Use research to improve and
inspire your design and
experiments with tools and
products.
Let’s travel back 5000years to the
dusty realms of ancient Egypt.
Cruise along the Nile, entering the
world of curses, mysteries,
mummies and kings.
Find out about life on the river’s
fertile river banks, discovering
Egypt’s and its fascinating culture.
Unravel the secrets of ancient
tombs, using historical sources and
age old artefacts. Find out about
powerful pharaohs and grandiose
gods! Make yourself a nemes and
you’ll really look the part!
Become and apprentice and work
for Ramose; he’s the chief
embalmer at the Beautiful House.
Help him to prepare a body for its
journey into the afterlife. Now
open the doorway to Ancient
Egypt- who knows what treasures
you will find?
History
Learn about the achievements of
one of the greatest and earliest
civilisations. Compare and
contrast traditions and values
now and then. Explore the
intricacies of Ancient Egyptian
hierarchy and be in awe of their
understanding of the world.
ILP Curriculum Overview
English
Text type: Narrative
Using and punctuating direct speech
Using nouns and pronouns to prevent repetition
Using fronted adverbials
Using a comma after fronted adverbials
Use similar writing as a model (5)
Understand the meaning of some common prefixes
(auto/super/anti/sub)
Words ending in ible/able (5)
Art & Design
Reading
Listen and respond appropriately to
adults and their peers
Extend their understanding by
asking questions
Use resources provided, including
dictionaries, to clarify word
meaning
Give clear explanations for feelings
using inference and quotation skills
Find out about great artists and designers in
history by learning how to write like an
Egyptian using hieroglyphics.
Learn about how and where ingredients are
grown, reared caught and processed by making
bread Egyptian style.
Number and place value/ Addition and subtraction
Find pairs to 100. Write 100 more/less and the subsequent addition.(5- mentally)
Find 1000 more or less than any given number
Count in multiples of 6 and 7
Order and compare numbers beyond 1000 using <, > and = and number lines.
Recognise the place value of numbers in the 1000s (thousands, hundreds, tens and units).
Recognise, read and write numbers to 100000 and determine the value of each digit. (5)
Science
*drawing detailed, colourful pictures of
artefacts.
*creating ‘nemes’ using craft materials.
Design & Technology
Mathematics
Animals inc. humans
Identify the different types of teeth in humans
and their simple functions. (4)
Describe the simple basic functions of the
digestive system in humans. (4)
Describe the changes in humans as they develop
into old age. (5)
Improve their mastery of art and design
techniques by…
History
Learn about the achievements
of the earliest civilisations.
Create a timeline of the
civilisation, researching
important people and events.
Compare the chronology with
other periods of history that
they are familiar with (Romans).
Designing and building tombs and pyramids of
different sizes and using a range of materials.
Consider what made a good tomb/pyramid and
how your designs could be improved.
Modern Languages
All about me theme:
Listen attentively
Demonstrate my understanding by
speaking in sentences.
Physical Education
Once per week –progressive sports
Compose dances using a wide range of
movements.
Compare performances and demonstrate
improvements.
Computing
Use search technologies safely and effectively.
Understand how words can affect search results
and begin to understand how search results are
ranked.
Geography
Locate Egypt and the continent it is on using
maps.
Identify the human and physical features most
commonly associated with Egypt.
Identify the position of key Egyptian cities.
Begin to think about the features that would
have encouraged Egyptians to build in those
specific areas.
Understand how tourism has changed the
geographical landscape.
Music
Religious Education
Identify religious symbolism as expressed
through literature and the arts.
Compare modern religious artwork and
literature with the religious artefacts and
information we have gathered from secondary
sources about Egyptian religious beliefs.
SMSC
Use closing circles to build confidence and
support the transition into a new
classroom. Discuss sharing problems and
revisit using the ‘confide’ button.
Learning Mission
Engage (3-5 days)
Develop (1-3 weeks)
Innovate (1-2 weeks)
Express (3-5 days)
Research and practical tasks
KWL grid
History- Sequence Carter’s
discovery. Discuss the impact
of primary sources that were
discovered and the secondary
sources that were created
because of his discovery.
Create an Egyptian time-lime.
Geography- locate Egypt.
Label significant human and
physical features.
Art and design- Draw detailed
pictures of artefacts found in
Tutankahumn’s tomb. Make
notes of possible important
symbols.
Aquiring new skills and choosing
what they what to learn at greater
depth.
History-Follow independent lines of
enquiry. Create character profiles for
some of the most famous Pharaohs
using a range of sources.
Geography- Explain how things
change referring to the human and
physical features of the landscape.
Study the River Nile, focus on the
settlements around the Nile and how
they benefitted from their position.
Write a letter to a Pharaoh to explain
where you would like to build a new
town and why.
History- work in a group to teach
other groups about an aspect of
Ancient Egypt that we have not yet
covered (this could be Gods,
Pyramids or even animals). (Select
organise and record relevant
information).
Follow the board.
Perform, present and reflect
Drama- act out the story of
Osiris. Create your own
scripted drama.
Best of British
Howard Carter- British Archaeologist
Comparisons drawn between British and Egyptian
geography.
Terry Deary- British author
Embalming practise
Research how to store organs
Create a canopic jar
Build a sarcophagus
Decorate the sarcophagus
Invite Ramose to view your work
Design an appropriate death mask for
the boy
Display the masks and have a class
vote to choose just one for him to
wear
Choose items for the boy to take to
the afterlife.
History- Find out about the
events leading up to the
death of the last Egyptian
Queen. Draw comparisons
between what you know of
Roman society from last year
to what you know about
Ancient Egypt.
PSHE-Consider what the
Ancient Egyptians
contributed to society. What
will your contribution be?
Key Texts
Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos- R. L. LaFevers
Horrible Histories Awful Egyptians – Terry Deary