The children disembarked the bus, and stood huddled together on the road. It was a cold, foggy day, and so the children, wrapped up in coats and scarves, shivered as they waited.
Their teacher beckoned them closer, and as one they edged cautiously towards the skeleton. What was supposed to be a boring school trip had just got a whole lot more exciting! Were they on the verge of making a terrific discovery?
Read the following passage out loud to a family member.
Make sure you understand the text as a whole before you continue onto the next task.
By making sure you understand the text you are using your 'V' Viper which is exploring the vocabulary.
What school trip were the children supposed to be on, do you think?
What have they discovered?
How did the skeleton get there?
What animal is it?
What will the children and their teacher do next?
Answer each question using APE (Answer it, Prove it, Explain it).
Have a look at todays lesson on BBC Bitesize (18th May 2020) which consists of 2 videos and 3 activities.
Todays focus is all about 'facts and opinions'.
Facts can be supported by evidence whereas opinions are based on thoughts and feelings.
Have a go at the different activities online and enjoy exploring all about 'facts and opinions'. Activity 3 is a great activity for you to have a go at to help you understand facts and opinions.
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