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TASK 1: LABELLING TASK 1.Read through the poem in silence. 2.Cut out the rainforest diagram and glue it beneath your title. 3.Annotate (label) the diagram.

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1 TASK 1: LABELLING TASK 1.Read through the poem in silence. 2.Cut out the rainforest diagram and glue it beneath your title. 3.Annotate (label) the diagram with key words and descriptions. Must – describe the layers of the rainforest and the plants and animals associated with each. Should – identify why the layers are so different and how species have adapted to live there. Could – suggest ways in which the layers are being changed by people and how we can act to protect their unique character.

2 TASK 1: LABELLING TASK 1.Read through the poem in silence. 2.Cut out the rainforest diagram and glue it beneath your title. 3.Annotate (label) the diagram with key words and descriptions. Emergents Canopy Undercanopy Shrub layer Forest floor Must – describe the layers of the rainforest and the plants and animals associated with each. Should – identify why the layers are so different and how species have adapted to live there. Could – suggest ways in which the layers are being changed by people and how we can act to protect their unique character.

3 TASK 2: VIDEO CLIPS Add to your diagram whilst watching the following short clip: Emergents Canopy Undercanopy Shrub layer Forest floor Must – describe the layers of the rainforest and the plants and animals associated with each. Should – identify why the layers are so different and how species have adapted to live there. Could – suggest ways in which the layers are being changed by people and how we can act to protect their unique character.

4 TASK 3: LITERACY TASK You will now complete a piece of extended writing about the layers of the rainforest. You must focus on SEQUENCING and use SEQUENTIAL CONNECTIVES. Must – describe the layers of the rainforest and the plants and animals associated with each. Should – identify why the layers are so different and how species have adapted to live there. Could – suggest ways in which the layers are being changed by people and how we can act to protect their unique character. e.g. The highest layer of the rainforest is the emergent layer. This layer is…. After the emergent layer comes the canopy… LEVEL 4 – focus on description. LEVEL 5 – focus on explanation.


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