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Get children to check their answer in pairs (with a child from another table).

If their answers are different, why are they different?

Who is right?

Take feedback from whole class and share findings.

Ask children to answer focus question. Ask them to reason their answers and the order given.

Train Routes investigation.

Give the children the Worksheet.

How many different routes can be taken on a round trip from Bristol? (you can only visit each location once!)

What is the cheapest fare for  the round trip?

What is the most expensive fare for the round trip?

(Differentiation possible by reducing the amount of locations on the map)

Start by looking at Brunel’s greatest feats.

Refer to Great Western Railway and how trains were a popular way of travelling – no cars.

Pose the Train Routes investigation.

What information do we need to help us?

What skills do we need to have as learners to help us complete this investigation?

Discuss how Brunel worked in many different countries around the world. He built railways in Australia and Italy and had ships sailing to New York.

Use time zone map (on IWB or paper copy) to discuss differences in time between these places.

If it is 3pm in London, what time is it in New York etc.?

(for younger children or less able limit it to a couple of locations. For these children it is also better to compare locations with London times)

What do you think were the top 3 modes of transport in the times of Brunel?

Plenary/

Assessment

Elli Based

Activity

Whole class teaching

Mental Maths

Focus Question

ELLI

Curiosity

Meaning Making

Changing

Resilience

Strategic Awareness

Creativity

Learning Relationships

SUBJECT - Numeracy

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