Can you work out the answers to the questions and find the two imposters who have the incorrect answers?
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Today’s aim: identify types of figurative language.
First, watch the videos to remind yourself of what figurative language is.
Then, complete the figurative language match up task. Once you have matched these up correctly, identify examples of figurative language in the text below.
Complete the 12 in 10 activity first.
Today’s aim: solve problems using my percentage knowledge.
Rewatch the video from yesterday to remind yourself about equivalent decimals, fractions and percentages.
Then, complete at least two out of the three challenges.
The book you will be reading is called Jazz Harper: Space Explorer. This week, you will be concentrating on Chapter 3.
Today’s task: answer the questions on the sheet. Use chapter 3 to help you.
Have a go at the challenges on the cards below. How many times can you complete each exercise in 5 minutes? Can you do it again to beat your score?