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```					Year 5
About the Unit: Charlie and the chocolate factory. Maths Activities: English Activities: Science

Optional / additional:

1. Budget – Charlie’s family food for an amount of time. MA4: 4:a,b,c 2. Chocolate challenge – develop a new product market research (www.cadburylearningzone.co.uk) 3. Data handling – recording market research. MA4: 1:a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h MA4: 2:c 4. Cadbury Maths Zone. (Place value, ordering, fractions, 4 operations, shape space, measure, data handling) MA2: 1:a,b,c,d,e,f,h,I,k

Must cover:

1. Class reading of book En1:2,a,b,c,e,3,a,b,c,f ,8a,9a En2:1,2,3,6,8a 2. Character descriptions(P38) En2:4a Y5T1T15 3. A letter persuading Charlie that you should be the one to accompany him to the factory(p71) En3:1a,c,d,e,2,3,6a,7d,9c Y5T3T15 4. Develop a new character for the book – the 6th character Y5T1T3 5. Advert for a new chocolate bar – actually launch the bar – try to sell it to the class. En3:1e,2,3,9c Y5T3T18 6. Newspaper article on the 6th character finding their winning ticket. En3:1,2,3,6,7,9b Y5T3T18

Optional / additional:

Vocabulary Budget Resources ICT access Most children will:

1. Make a poem similar to the songs the Oompa Loompa’s sing. Can make one for the 6th character. En3:1,2,3,4,7,9a Y5T1T16 Y5T2T12 2. Produce the winning ticket (p71) En3:1,2,5b,9a 3. Newspaper report – Willy Wonka opening his factory to children(P33). En3:1,2,3,4,5b,6a,9b 4. TV report – Drama – reporting the finding of the ticket / going into the factory. En3:1,2,6,9b Y5T3T18 En1:1b,c,d,e,f,2,3,4,6a,8,9 5. Interview an Oompa Loompa (p95+96) En3:1,2,3,6a,9a Y5T3T3/7 6. Read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory play. En2:1,2,3,8g 7. Write a chapter of Charlie in play format. En3:1,2,3 Y5T1T18/19 8. Compare the video and the book. En2:1,2,3,8g Y5T2T2 Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Some children will not have made so much progress:

Some children will have progressed further and will:

Resources CCF Book CCF DVD Play format Most children will Have a good understanding of the book and was able to complete the tasks set. Have experienced writing in a variety of different forms. Some children will not have made so much progress: Have an understanding of the book and was able to complete some of the tasks set. With help, have experienced writing in a variety of different forms. Some children will have progressed further and will Have an excellent understanding of the book and was able to complete the tasks set to a high standard. Have experienced writing in a variety of different forms.

Resources

Most children will

Some children will not have made so much progress:

Some children will have progressed further and will

Expectations At the end of this unit the children should  Have read the whole book as a class or in groups. The children will be read to and have the opportunity to read to each other.  Have an experience of different forms of writing and through different characters points of view.

HLKemp 2005

Year 5
About the Unit: Charlie and the chocolate factory Art Activities: D&T Activities: Geography Activities: History Activities: ICT Activities: RE/Cit/SCMS Activities:

Must cover:

1.Design and produce the winning ticket. 1a,b,c,2a,b,c,3,4a,5a. 2.Look at sweet jars, containers – colours, shape, size etc. Design own – possibly collage / print etc. 1a,b,c,2a,b,c,3,4a,5a,c

Must cover:

1.Design and make their own chocolate room. 1: a,b,c,d,2, a,b,d,e,3,a,b

Must cover:

Optional / additional:

1.Designing own sweets and containers.

Where chocolate originated. Use maps to locate country and journeys the cocoa made. Look at climate in that country – made it good for growth. 2,a,c,d,3,a,b,c,dg

Must cover:

H:13 A world history study 1.Research the History of Chocolate. 4:a,b Put together a booklet or PowerPoint presentation of the story of cocoa and Maya Civilisation. 5:a,b,c

Must cover:

Optional / additional:

1.Look at packaging and design and colours used. 2.Design own sweets. Vocabulary Shape, colour Vocabulary Materials Layout features Vocabulary Amazon Central / South America Mexico Resources ICT access Globe Maps Vocabulary Cocoa Ancient Maya Resources ICT access Resources books

1.Produce an advert for a magazine using Publisher. 4a,b,c 2.Design their own chocolate room using graphic modelling and paint programs. 2a,3a,b,4a,b,c 3. Research the history of chocolate using a variety of information sources. 1:a,b,5,b

Must cover:

Discussions or activities covering: Choices, talk about the choices the characters made and the consequences. Right and wrong. Morals Healthy eating 1,a,2b,c,e,f,3a,

collage materials

Joining techniques / equipment

Plantation Europe Tropical

Aztec Civilisation

Vocabulary Graphic modelling object Resources ICT Access PowerPoint Publisher Paint

Publisher

Resources Card, paper, colour pens, pencils, collage materials, pictures of sweets jars,

Resources ICT access Card Variety of card Cereal boxes to make room in.

Graphic modelling program

Vocabulary Moral Consequence Actions Decisions Resources N/A

Opinion Choice

Most children will:
Design and produce a good winning ticket. Designed / drawn / collaged a good and original sweet jar / container.

Most children will
Have a good model of their chocolate room. Have used a variety of resources and joining techniques. Can evaluate their work and comment on changes next time.

Most children will
Understand and be able to point out the origins of chocolate on a globe / map. Understand why it is best grown in these places.

Most children will
Present a PowerPoint / booklet presentation on the history of cocoa and the Mayan Civilisation. They should have a good understanding of the content to make a confident presentation.

Most children will
Have produced an attractive advert using publisher. Used an object based graphic program to help design their own choc room. Researched using a search engine.

Most children will
Join in discussions and put forward their views. Listen to others and respond appropriately. Understand other peoples point of view. Know that actions always lead to consequences.

Some children will not have made so much progress:
Design and produce a winning ticket. Drawn / collaged a sweet jar / container.

Some children will not have made so much progress:
Have a model of their chocolate room. With help, have used some different joining techniques. With help, can evaluate their work and comment on changes next time.

Some children will not have made so much progress:
With help be able to point out on a globe where chocolate originated.

Some children will not have made so much progress:
Hand in a PowerPoint / booklet with basic info on the history of coca or the Mayan Civilisation.

Some children will not have made so much progress:
With help, have produced an advert using publisher. Used an object based graphic program to help design their own choc room. As a class, researched using a search engine.

Some children will not have made so much progress:
Sometimes join in discussions and put forward their views. Listen to others. Know that other people might not agree with them. Know that actions always lead to consequences.

Some children will have progressed further and will:
Design and produce an excellent winning ticket. Designed / drawn / collaged an excellent and highly original / imaginative sweet jar / container.

Some children will have progressed further and will
Have an excellent, secure model of their chocolate room. Have used a variety of resources and joining techniques, which they have developed throughout the project by constant evaluation of their work. Can evaluate their work and comment on changes next time.

Some children will have progressed further and will
Understand and be able to point out the origins of chocolate on a globe / map. Understand why it is best grown in these places. Be able to track the journey the cocoa beans made across the world using a globe.

Some children will have progressed further and will
Present a detailed PowerPoint / booklet presentation on the history of cocoa and the Mayan Civilisation. They should have a excellent understanding of the content to make a confident presentation.

Some children will have progressed further and will
Have produced an excellent advert using publisher. Used an object based graphic program to help design their own choc room. Produce an excellent design. Researched using a variety of different sources and internet sites.

Some children will have progressed further and will
Confidently join in / lead discussions and put forward their views. Listen to others and respond appropriately. Understand other people’s point of view. Know that actions always lead to consequences.

Some useful Web sites:

www.cadburylearningzone.co.uk www.cadbury.co.uk http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/hottopics/chocolate http://www.mce.k12tn.net/chocolate/charlie/charlie_and_the_chocolate_factor.htm http://www.roalddahl.com http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/jcheek3/chocolate.htm http://www.sci.mus.mn.us/sln/tf/c/cacao/cacao.html http://www.mce.k12tn.net/chocolate/history/name.htm http://ngfl.northumberland.gov.uk/ict/qca/ks2/unit5A/graphicalmodelling/Graphical%20Modelling.doc http://ngfl.northumberland.gov.uk/ict/qca/ks2/unit5A

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4276553.stm

www.aboutcandybarwrappers.com/candybarwrappers.htm

HLKemp 2005

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