Art- Design your own tartan. Research different tartans and colour schemes you could use. What would your tartan be called?
Topic (SCOTLAND)- I am beginning to understand what is meant by independence and can discuss the pros and cons.
Activity 1- Complete these questions/tasks in your jotter. -What does independence mean? - What would it mean if Scotland where an ‘independent’ country? - Has Scotland been an independent country before? - When did Scotland last hold a vote to become an independent country? - List 3 positives that Scotland would have if it were an independent country. -List 3 cons (negatives/why it would be bad) for Scotland to be an independent country. (Or use the sheet in your pack to list why or why not Scotland should be independent) -Do you think Scotland should be an independent country? (yes or no) We will use these in our debate live session next week.
Activity 2 – If Scotland where an independent country what would its new national flag look like? Design a new version of the Scotland flag.
Topic (SCOTLAND)-I can find information about Burns Day and the life of Robert Burns.
Task 1 – Complete the Robert Burns sheet by filling in the missing words. .
Task 2 – Find out information about Robert Burns. Create a poster or PowerPoint about him. Here are some examples of things you could include:– Who is Robert Burns? Where is he from? What is he known for? How old is he? Is he dead or alive? Why do we celebrate his life?
Topic – I can understand the roles of local and political representatives
Task: using the internet as a search tool, find out the answers to set questions:
I can locate key features within Scotland
Task – Scotland map - write the correct cities on the correct places on the map. There is an interactive power point you can practice on too.