We have recapped common features of our web pages, and thought about the audience's for our webpages.
While continuing to improve the lay out of our web pages, we have been learning how to create hyperlinks to vary the chain of Navigation for our documents.
HereTo choose suitable images for a project.
To crop and snip images appropriately.
To use AI to enhance an image for a particular purpose.
We used our budding data organisational skills to retrieve photos to use from teacher resources, we then used 'be funky' to edit our pictures to design a fantasy image for our book covers. Here our some of our images.
Today, we studied the story of the good Samaritan. we questioned why Jesus taught this story and the impact that it should have on our lives. Arthur said it demonstrated how Jesus thought we should help others and that is what Jesus teaches us through the use of parables.
This week we focused on our computing learning, and created our own branching data bases using a program called J2E. We started using different tools to learn how to put information on our databases. We created useful questions using the attributes of the objects in our database.
Today we designing the content for our websites, including relevant content such as a logo, website name, header, text, and image choices. we were relating these into our R.E learning commandments that Jesus thinks are important, and why these are important to Christians.
Today we looked at how Christians form their opinions about what God is like. We looked at bible verses that showed different attributes that Christians think about God and we thought about whether we also think these attributes are important.
Today, we looked at the religious beliefs of people in Shropshire and how many people identified as Christian. We started using the terms atheist, agnostic and theist and explored the meanings of these terms. we read statements to see which ones we agreed with and disagreed with and used our editing skills to take photo evidence of the lesson.
To identify the attributes needed to collect data about an object
Today, we have been identifying texts that come from a Gospel about the life and teaching of Jesus and making clear links between the caring of the first disciples. Also we have discussed how Christians today to follow Jesus and be 'fishers of people'. We have been giving examples of how Christians show love for all. We have created our own examples of the impact of Jesus's examples on our lives.
This term we have been looking at what qualities would such a Saviour would need? We have become investigative journalists to find the answer to the question: Was Jesus the hoped-for Messiah? Give them the following Bible texts (from books of the prophets in what Christians call the Old Testament) that point out the Jewish expectation: Isaiah 7:14; Isaiah 9:6–7; Isaiah 11:1–5; Micah 5:2. everyone thinks Jesus is a Saviour sent from God.
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