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P.E with Joe Wickes
Now answer the questions on the sheet below.
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Look at the example descriptions below.
Which one do you prefer? Why?
Write a paragraph describing the rainforest destruction.
Use your work from this week and the images from Monday's lesson to help you.
Use the checklist below to make sure you have included everything you need.
Make sure you are using different types of sentences to increase the impact of your writing on the reader.
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The equator splits the earth into parts. Each part is called a hemisphere.
The Southern Hemisphere has Summer, when the Northern Hemisphere has Winter and vice versa.
Watch the video below to find out more.
The Earth has many invisible lines going both down and across it.
These are called lines of Longitude and Latitude.
The Equator and the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn are known as lines of Latitude.
Watch the video clips below to find out more.
South America is in the Southern Hemisphere and is home to the Amazon Rainforest.
Today, we're going to learn more about the continent of South American and make some comparisons to the UK.
South America is made up of 12 different countries.
Watch the video below to learn more.
Read the notes on the PowerPoint slides below.
1. List some facts you have learned about South America.
2. List some similarities to the UK.
3. List some differences to the UK.
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If you have Roald Dahl's book 'Going Solo,' read a chapter or two about his adventures.
If you don't have Roald Dahl's book 'Going Solo,' click on the link below to listen to some of the audiobook for the story.