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Thursday 04.02.21

English:

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You have a grammar task on relative clauses today, which are basically who/which/where sentences! You guys should be able to fly through these, as we have done a lot of work on using relative clauses and parenthesis. Perhaps you could take your learning a step further by using punctuation that isn’t commas? The sentence imitation lesson is for tomorrow!

Maths:
Today’s lesson moves on from equivalent fractions, to fractions greater than one. These fractions have numerators that are larger than their denominators, such as 7/4, or 8/3 and are sometimes called ‘top heavy fractions’ or ‘improper fractions’- the meaning is the same however. Because they have larger numerators, they will make at least one whole. Remember that one whole = a single one! So when we write 5/2, we could also write 2 and a half (or 2 1/2, or 2.5)!

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