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Watch Climate Change: the Polar Bear’s Story

Climate Change - The Polar Bear's Story - YouTube

 

Further information about the impact of climate change on polar bears can be found here (Note: this webpage contains links to latest news features, plus some linked pages to the polar bear theme which are sensitive):

Polar Bears Are Starving Because of Global Warming, Melting Sea Ice, Study Shows (nationalgeographic.com)

 

Imagine you have been asked to create a narrative (or voice-over) for the first clip watched today:

Polar bears and climate change: What does the science say? | Carbon Brief

 

Your voice-over would need to describe polar bears and explain how climate change is impacting them.

You can use all you have read and watched over the past few days about polar bears to help you write your script (or voice over).

You may choose to write this as a story which could accompany the cartoon images or a nonfiction voice over (like David Attenborough) explaining the problems.

Once you have written the script, have a go at reading it over the clip – making sure it fits in the time and you get all your information across to your viewer and listener.

Year 5 Maths

 

Today, you will be solving problems that involve fractions. Remember all the things you have learned about adding and subtracting different types of fractions. 

Year 6 Maths

 

Today, is your last lesson about using a rule. Remember the information you have learned from the video lessons. 

History

In this lesson, you will learn about Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, three Ancient Greek philosophers whose thinking remains influential to this day.

Who were the Ancient Greek philosophers? (thenational.academy)

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