Continue your diary, this time focusing on an entry about the restrictions she faced using the prompt below.
Look at the use of the subjunctive in poetry, by looking at ‘if ...’ statements.
In this activity, you will sort ‘if ...’ statements into a poem.
You could alternatively choose just one of the ‘if ...’ statements, and develop that into a poem on just one theme.
Learn how to draw angles up to 180 degrees using a protractor.
- learning summary
- one worksheet
If you don’t have a protractor, please use Mathletics and focus on angles.
Listen or read the next part of chapter 11. There isn’t a task for today’s learning as you’ll have a longer activity tomorrow concluding this chapter.
Chpt 11 124-128.mp3
Soldiers in the war were supplied with clothes, boots, weapons and a personal kit that they carried with them in a kit bag.
The following items were made from different metals:
- Mess tin
- Water Bottle
Make a table to show which metal was used and why it was suitable for the items in a soldier’s kit bag?
Extension: What materials do you think would be used in a modern kit bag?