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Changing Roles

As Historians we will learn how to:

 

Investigate the changing roles of women through the centuries.

Look at the suffragette movement and the impact this had for women.

Investigate significant local women such as the ‘Headscarf women of Hull.’

As scientists we will learn how to :

Look at the work of Mary Anning, Charles Darwin and

Alfred Wallace.

Explain how animals adapt to their environment.

Explain how we are similar to our parents.

Explore the evidence for evolution.

As citizens we will:

Look at the impact of the work of women inventors including Ada Lovelace, Hedy Lamarr and Stephanie Kwolek.

Investigate how women and girls are treated differently in different parts of the world.

Look at organisations such as Action Aid who work to support these women and girls to have a better life.

As Mathematicians we will:

Continue to learn how to use and apply our problem solving skills in different contexts.

Continue to develop our knowledge of the 4 rules of number, in particular multiplication and division.

Continue to develop speed and recall of mental arithmetic strategies.

Develop our reasoning skills to enable us to explain in writing using the correct mathematical vocabulary

As artists we will:

Carry out observational drawings of our classmates to develop our skills of shading and tone, and use of perspective. We will also be study the work of famous female artists.

As readers we will:

Learn how to refer to the text to support our opinions and predictions.

Use SATs style texts to develop our comprehension skills.

Study fiction and non-fiction texts including ‘Rose Blanche by Roberto Innocenti’

As writers we will :

Learn how to write discussion texts.

Continue to develop our narrative writing skills.

Continue to develop and embed our SPAG and handwriting skills.

As talkers we;

Will be prepared to discuss and debate issues and listen to the opinions of others.

IN ICT we will;

Continue to develop our research skills to support our learning.