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Mr Fletcher

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Learning Experience - What is a hero?

Being a hero isn’t always about grand gestures, but making a difference to others. Who else can be super and doesn’t wear a cape? Not all superheroes wear capes! Explore the idea of a ‘key worker’. Who were the key workers throughout the time we were in lockdown? What made them ‘key’? What did they do? Explore the key workers and find out what they do. Your task is to choose a key worker job, describe what they do and explain why they are so important to our society, and to the local area . 1. Select and choose the :draw: tool. 2. Use :threedots: to select a for your work. 3. Use the internet to find a photo of your choice of key worker, save this to photos and use to the photo to your page. 4. Use to describe your key worker and explain what they do. 5. Create a new page and create a mind map describing why your key worker is important. 6. Check your work and use to upload to your class journal. Remember to use the examples and instructions to help you!

4th Grade, Social Emotional Learning
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Watch the following clip and story from youtube, or read the story if you have a copy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JySea288Qo&feature=emb_logo Talk about the clip and the story together, discussing the message in the story. Why is he super? Who does he help? What does he do? Discuss he is a hero even when completing simplest tasks. Being a hero isn’t always about grand gestures, but making a difference to others. Who else can be super and doesn’t wear a cape? Not all superheroes wear capes! Week 1 Explore the idea of a ‘key worker’. Who were the key workers throughout the time we were in lockdown? What made them ‘key’. Choose one of the jobs and explain why they were so key to society. What did they do? Are any parents of the children key workers? Did anyone display rainbows or clap for the key workers during lockdown? Research local key workers in the area. Explore the key workers and find out what they do. Choose a key worker job and draw and write about the key worker and why they are so important to our society, and to the local area . Twinkl can support with this, there are lots of sheets and powerpoints on jobs and people who help us. e.g.: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-5427-people-who-help-us-video-powerpoint https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/ks2-nhs-information-powerpoint-t-tp-2549564 See also: PSHE and Citizenship KS2 aiming high Jobs for All Lesson Pack on twinkle https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t2-lf-507-pshe-and-citizenship-y3-aiming-high-lesson-4-jobs-and-skills-lesson-pack