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Week Beginning: 22.2.21                                            Year group: 3

 

Subject

Instructions with links to teaching and activities

Monday

Literacy

Spellings

5 word spelling

Group 3 week 7 spelling 

 

 

Class 2 online Literacy Monday 22nd Feb

  • Watch the video of the book Dear teacher https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWEq6triC6g   
  • Afterwards, please match the key words from the book to their definitions. You might want to use a dictionary to help you. If you need extra help you may need to look at where the word is used in the book and work out the meaning from that.
  • Finally, please can you label the photo of Michael from the book. Around him you will need to write what he looks like, what his personality might be (for example, funny) and what he might like or dislike. You will need to find this information out from his letters in the book. You will also need to remember your describing words for this activity.

 

Dear Teacher key words

Michael stimulus

 

 

 

 

Maths

5 minute maths

 

Group 3 online maths learning Monday 22nd Feb.

-      This week we are going to be learning about measurement. Today we are going to be learning how to measure using a ruler so you will need your ruler.

-      Please watch the first video on how to use your ruler properly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuBLuIW1U70 

-      Afterwards, please watch the next video https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zhj2hyc

-      Once you have watched the videos please complete the two worksheets.

 

Using a ruler worksheet

WRM measurement worksheet

 

 

Other

TEAMS meeting to get together after half term 2.15pm

 

Activities on Purple Mash

 

Tuesday

Literacy

TEAMS meeting to discuss next couple of days 9.15am

 

Class 2 online Literacy Tuesday 23rd Feb

  • Please Re-watch the video from yesterday to refresh your knowledge of the book.
  • Look at the story event cards and decide which order they happen in the book.
  • Cut out the story event cards and stick them down in the right order to create a story map. You might want to use arrows and pictures to help your story map make more sense. 

 

Story event cards

 

Maths

Group 3 maths online lesson Tuesday 23rd Feb

-      Please watch the video https://vimeo.com/504466031

-      Afterwards, please complete the goblet measuring sheet. You will need a ruler to do this.

 

Goblet measurement sheet – please pick one to do

 

Other

Class 2 history online lesson Tuesday 23rd Feb

-      This term we are going to be learning about Scott of the Antarctic.

-      Firstly, please could you watch the video on Scott of the Antarctic https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/ks2-robert-falcon-scott/zdhdgwx

-      Afterwards, could you please write a little bit about Scott of the Antarctic on the template. This could be about his journey, which country he was from and anything you found interesting from the video.

-      Once you have done your writing please can you draw a picture of Scott of the Antarctic.

 

Who was Captain Scott worksheet

 

 

Wednesday

Literacy

Class 2 online Literacy Wednesday 24th Feb

  • Please watch the video on different parts of a letter  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUp3Xmf_Yjw
  • Afterwards, cut out each part of the jumbled-up letter. You will have to cut up the different parts of the letter and put them back in the right order.
  • Once, you have put it back in the right order please label each part of the letter, using the video to help you.

 

Jumbled up letters

 

Maths

 

Group 3 online maths lesson Wednesday 24th Feb

-      To start with, please watch the video https://vimeo.com/504467081

-      Afterwards, please complete the worksheet on converting length to metres from centimetres. Remember there are 100 centimetres in a metre.

 

Equivalent lengths worksheet

 

Other

Science

Session G

Balanced diet

Sort a selection of foods/food labels. Find out which foods we can eat a lot of & which should be eaten sparingly. Discuss children’s food diaries sensitively. Children draw the contents of a healthy lunch box & design their own lid.

 

Remind children that we found out about the different food groups in the last session. What were they? Fruit and vegetables, Cereals, Meat, fish and eggs, Dairy products and High energy foods. Explain that we eat a balanced diet when we eat the right amounts of food from the different groups. We do need to eat a variety of the right sort of foods too, so that our meals are not boring. Point out that children should eat some foods from all 5 groups, as all are needed for healthy growth.

 

Introduce the food pyramid as a guide to a healthy diet, explaining how the shape of the triangle guides us to a balanced diet. Ask -Which foods can we eat freely? and Which foods can we have as a treat? Discuss which foods we need plenty of, which foods should be eaten in moderation and which for a special treat.

Ask children to select ingredients from the range of products for a healthy and an unhealthy lunchbox. (Y2) or for a day’s meals. (Y3)

Emphasise that it is alright to have some treats, but that we must balance that with items from the other food groups. Talk about saving the ‘treat’ until last, so that you can look forward to it while you are eating the rest of your lunch.

 

 

Point out that healthy eating is important for adults too – see video clip at

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjr8mp3/articles/zhkbn9q

 

 

Ask children to plan healthy meals for a day

Balanced diet worksheet

Food group information

 

 

Thursday

Literacy

TEAMS meeting to discuss next couple of days 9.15am

 

 

Class 2 online Literacy Thursday 25th Feb

  • Please watch the video  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBN96HoxDMA
  • Next, read the extract from 'Dear Teacher' of Michael's letter explaining his adventure with NASA. Think about what happens within Michael's letter, what are the key events?
  • You are going to use your postcard templates to write a postcard to your friend (you can choose which friend you write to). You will need to remember the structure of a letter from yesterday.
  • In your postcard you will need to tell your friend about Michael's adventure with NASA.
  • After you have wrote your postcard, you can add a picture to the back.

 

Michael NASA adventure

Postcard template

 

 

 

Maths

Group 3 online maths learning Thursday 25th Feb.

-      Please watch the video Watch video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOJFSH_Bn9U

-      Afterwards, please complete the worksheet on converting length from mm to cm.

 

Equivalent length worksheet

 

 

Other

RE                                                                                      WEEK 7

Work this half term is on the Gospel – below is a worksheet with instructions.

There is a video to watch to help with the activity which is also below.

 

Worksheet with instructions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLT-lHttyes

 

 

Friday

Literacy

Handwriting

Comprehension

Spelling test

 

Maths

Activities on My Maths

Homework

 

Other

Class 2 online PSHCE lesson Friday 26th Feb

-      Today we are learning about climate change, which is a really important subject, however, I want you to remember not to worry about anything because it is not scary!

-      Please watch the video which will help you understand what climate change is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8unGCTWUWI&feature=emb_title

-      Afterwards, I would like you to have a look at the PowerPoint. The first couple of slides have pictures of things we can do to help climate change on them.

-      After you have looked through the first couple of slides you will find your task!

-      Your task is to create an eco-town. An eco-town is a place where everything helps slow down climate change.

-      On the last few slides, you will find some examples of eco-towns.

-      You can create your eco-town however you would like to.

-      You could build them, draw them, paint them, or even create one on the computer. All I ask is that you label some of your features.

-      I look forward to seeing them all!

 

Powerpoint

 

 

 

 

Week Beginning: 8.2.21                               Year group: 3

 

Subject

Instructions with links to teaching and activities

Monday

Literacy

Spellings to be tested on Friday

Week 6 Group 3 spelling page 1

Week 6 Group 3 spelling page 2

Week 6 – 5 word spellings

 

Mon Literacy

Today's work is writing a story setting using adjectives for description.

Below is a link to a short introduction to the activity

 

https://www.loom.com/share/b7b1101fb4ad448caba24275e4f12195

 

On my quest I went to…. Worksheet

Settings – adjectives word mat

Describing settings word bank

Maths

5 minute maths

 

Group 3 online maths learning – Monday 8th February 

 

-      Please watch the video until 5.26  https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/constructing-bar-charts-6th3er?activity=video&step=1

-      Afterwards, please use the frequency tables to create your own bar charts on top of the template.

-      You can create these using Lego or any blocks which you have at home.

-      Do not worry if you don’t have any of these items at home you can always just draw on your bar charts using a pencil and a ruler!

-      You don’t have to complete every frequency table, just pick one.

 

Bar chart template

Frequency table example

 

 

Other

Activities set on purple mash

 

Tuesday

Literacy

 

Tuesday literacy

 

Today we are using adjectives again but this time to describe a character.

Below is a link to a short introduction to the activity.

https://www.loom.com/share/f19ab82766194d85a341003c2f88882a

You only need to choose one of the worksheets to complete.

 

 

 

Describing the monster worksheet

 

Maths

Group 3 online maths learning – Tuesday 9th February 

 

-      Please watch the narrated PowerPoint attached. You can access this by clicking on Slide show which is located in the top bar and then pressing watch from the beginning.

-      Afterwards, please complete the attached worksheet.

-      You will need to read the pictogram and answer the questions below using the information you learn from the pictogram.

-      When it asks you for the least popular you will need to look at which thing has the least votes.

-      For the most popular you will have to look at the things that have the most votes.

-      On some questions it may ask you to add the votes together.

-      Moreover, when it asks you for the difference you will have to take one number away from the other. 

Powerpoint

Interpreting bar charts worksheet

 

 

Other

Geography

Class 2 online geography lesson 4

-        Watch the video https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvsfr82/articles/zjdkhbk

-        Afterwards, please draw your own symbols into the key attached.

-        Create a treasure map and add your symbols to your map!

 

Map symbols

 

 

Wednesday

Literacy

Wednesday literacy

Today you are going to write a description of a character you might meet on your own quest in the setting you wrote about on Monday.

Below is a link to a short introduction to the activity.

 

https://www.loom.com/share/151fcfe94ac443389d60658df2a6aa70

 

On my quest I met …. Worksheet

Character description writing template

Character description word mat 1

Character description word mat 2

 

 

Maths

Group 3 online maths learning- Wednesday 10th February.

-      Please watch the video https://vimeo.com/502338566

-      Afterwards, please complete the worksheet.

-      Remember that when you are finding the total you will need to add them altogether.

-      When you are finding the difference, you will need to subtract two numbers.

 

Table worksheet

 

 

Other

Science

Science

Session F Food Groups

One thing humans need to survive is a balanced diet. Discuss food groups & what each type of food is needed for. Children draw their own representation of balanced diet. Make a fruit juice survey, collect the data & graph the results. Start a food diary.

 

 

In the last Session we found out that food is one of the basic needs for survival. Explain that today we are going to look at the foods we humans eat, and start to learn about what makes a balanced diet to help keep us healthy.

 

Introduce food groups. At this stage divide food into 5 simple groups -

1. Fruit and vegetables - mainly vitamins and minerals (special substances to help the body stay healthy).

2. Cereals (bread) - mainly carbohydrates (parts of food which give the body energy).

3. Meat, fish and eggs - mainly protein (parts of food which help the body grow).

4. Dairy products – mainly protein (parts of food which help the body grow) and vitamins and minerals (special substances to help the body stay healthy)

5. High energy foods (butter, cakes, chocolate) - mainly fats and sugars (parts of food which helps the body keep warm and get energy).

 

Discuss the fact that we also need water to remain healthy – some is obtained from drinks (including plain water) and some from other foods.

 

Together look at http://www.foodafactoflife.org.uk/Activity.aspx?contentId=55&sectionId=37&siteId=3  and sort foods into the food groups.

 

 

Use pictures from magazines or drawings to sort food products into groups and label (session resources).

 

Food groups worksheet

 

Thursday

Literacy

Thursday literacy

Today the children are going to write about what happens during the quest to the setting they have described earlier in the week. They will be using time conjunctions to order events and adjectives to make their writing interesting.

Below is a link to a short introduction to the activity.

 

https://www.loom.com/share/9183ef015c1d4625a58daf57f22ff737

 

 

 

My quest to…. Worksheet

Time conjunctions word mat

Time adverbials word mat

 

 

Maths

Group 3 online maths learning- Thursday 11th February.

-      Please watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utwaaV5MvAc

-      Please complete the attached worksheets. You might find this tricky but remember the skills and the vocabulary we have used this week.

-      Some problems may take more than one step to solve.

-      If you would like a challenge, you could try making your own worksheet on tables.

 

Tables worksheet

 

Other

RE

Class 2 (Year 3)  RE – The five Pillars of Islam?      Lesson 6

 

The fifth pillar of Islam is a special journey called a pilgrimage –  Hajj

 

Look at the powerpoint presentation about Hajj.

 

  • Use the template to map out the route of Hajj. There is an answer sheet you can use to help you if you find it tricky to find the information on the powerpoint. It’s not cheating!

 

 

Powerpoint

Mapping the route of the Hajj activity

 

Friday

Literacy

Handwriting

Comprehension

Spelling test

 

Maths

Activities set on my maths

Homework

 

Other

PSHCE

Class two online PSHCE Ruby’s worry. 

-      Listen to the video of Ruby’s worry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgWk6BmkA3Q

 

-      Afterwards, make your own worry. You can decorate them however you would like to.

-      The template and instructions are attached.

 

How to make Ruby’s worries template and instructions

 

 

 


 

Week Beginning: 1.2.21                Year group: 3

 

Subject

Instructions with links to teaching and activities

Monday

Literacy

Spellings to be tested on Friday

 

Week 5 group 3 spelling page 1

Week 5 group 3 spelling page 2

Week 5 – 5 word spellings

  

Class two online English lesson Monday 1st Feb

 

-      Watch the video to remind yourself what prepositions are https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zw38srd

-      Scroll to the bottom of the page and complete the quiz ‘What is a preposition? Quiz’. Use this quiz to test your knowledge on prepositions.

-      Next, move onto the picture of the house. Start by using the questions below it to spark your imagination about the house. Remember any answer is correct, it is your story!

-      Afterwards, think about some questions you have about the picture. What would you ask the house if it could talk to you? For example, how did the house get there?

-      Try to extend your learning by adding descriptions to some parts of your picture. E.g., The house shone brightly, illuminating the dull surroundings.

-      Finally, try and write a sentence about the house.

 

Inspiration picture of a house

 

 

Maths

5 minute maths

 

Monday week 5 maths

This week we are working on tally charts and pictograms in maths.

Today there is a video lesson introducing tally charts that includes activities to join in with. I have also included a worksheet for some extra practice.

 

Link to video lesson

https://vimeo.com/501669795

 

Tally chart worksheet

 

Other

 

Activities set on Purple Mash

 

Tuesday

Literacy

Class two online English lesson Tuesday 2nd Feb

-      Watch the video of the book ‘Quest’  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F614f0RRso. This book has no words so whilst you are watching you will have to think about what it might say if there were words.

-      Whilst you are watching consider the following:

  • What might the characters say?
  • What do you think the characters are thinking?
  • What do you think will happen next?

-      Next please complete a book review on Quest. Please use the template.

-      In the first box you will need to write your name, the title of the book (Quest), the name of the person who wrote the book (Aaron Becker) and what the book is about.

-      In the box to the right, you should write why you would recommend the book. When you are answering this question consider:

  • What was good about the book?
  • What didn’t you enjoy about the book?
  • Who would you recommend the book to?
  • Who would not enjoy the book?

-      Next in the box underneath the first box, you will need to write what happens in the book. Use your imagination to create your own narrative to go alongside the pictures.

-      Finally, draw a picture to represent the book.

 

Book review template

 

Maths

 

Tuesday week 5 maths

Today we are continuing with work on tally charts and have a further lesson to watch.

https://vimeo.com/501671369

 

This is then followed by some worksheets to practice understanding.

 

Practice worksheet

Other

 

Class 2 Group 2 online geography lesson 4

-        Please watch the video on using a compass https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/using-a-compass-and-reading-maps/z77tf4j

-        For this lesson you will need to remember the points on a compass! Sometimes this can be remembered by a rhyme, I like to use Never Eat Shredded Wheat for North South East and West.

-        First, I would like you to cut out the points below the picture of the compass and then stick them on the right places on the compass.

-        Afterwards I would like you to follow the directions on the map. Try and do each route in a different colour so you can see the difference.

 

compass labelling sheet

following directions worksheet

Wednesday

Literacy

Class two online English lesson Wednesday 3rd Feb

-      Watch the video to refresh your knowledge on verbs and what they do https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zpxhdxs

-      Afterwards, watch the short, narrated PowerPoint on transforming verbs into the past tense form.

-      Next you will have to complete the cut and stick verb worksheet. Please choose a present tense verb and put it in the left-hand column. Then, choose the past tense version of that verb and stick it into the right-hand column. E.g., walk and walked.

-      Watch the video on subordinate conjunctions which you should have watched last week, to refresh your knowledge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FK2Gyto5gTQ

-      Afterwards, please complete the quest conjunction worksheet. In the first section you need to pick a conjunction from the box and fill in the gaps. Next, in the second section write a sentence which includes a conjunction, these sentences should be like the ones in the previous section.

-      In the third section, you need to finish the sentence. E.g., we sniffed deeply but we still could not smell the freshly baked bread.

-      Finally, please write two sentences inspired by quest. These sentences must include a conjunction. 

-      You can Rewatch the Quest video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F614f0RRso

 

 

Past tense verbs powerpoint

Conjunctions worksheet

Verb sorting activity

 

Maths

 

Wednesday week 5 maths

Today we are continuing work on tally charts but adding to this bu reading and understanding pictograms.

 

Below is a link to an Oak Academy lesson

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/reading-and-understanding-pictograms-6xj62c

 

 worksheet to accompany this lesson.

 

Other

 Science 

Session E

Basic needs

 

What do all animals need to survive? Basic survival needs – water, food, air (& shelter). Find out about looking after pets, zoo animals, farm animals & their young. Welcome a guest speaker &/or a pet to the classroom. Children draw & find out about pets.

  

Discuss with children what animals including humans need to grow & survive (refer back to Living things and their habitats Strand if already taught). List their ideas on f/c, e.g. food, water, rest, shelter, air, love, etc. Point out that food, water & air are the three most important things for the growth & survival of animals.

Ask which children have a pet at home. Do they provide food, water & air for their pets? What else do they provide? A hutch, dog or cat basket, a stable, etc. Perhaps they groom or bath their pets or take them for walks or provide exercise opportunities, e.g. a hamster wheel. Talk about handling pets with care & treating all animals (including humans) with respect. It may be possible to have a pet available for children to observe & even handle.

Safety: Remind children they should not touch animals they don’t know without an adult. Wash hands after handling animals. Need to be aware of any allergies the children may have.

Revisit http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/wwww/living/index_choice.shtml (this site may have already been used in Session A of All living things Strand) and click on Why? to rehearse the needs of pets. Also look at Where? and click on the picture of the Vets to find out more about pet animals’ needs. Show children the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOLP8p0jSoA.  Point out that it’s not just pets that need looking after; it is also important that farm animals are looked after properly - watch another RSPCA video at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULlnRZz69QE. This video shows that all animals (pets, farm animals and wild animals) including humans have the same basic needs of food, water and air and also shelter. The RSPCA also give advice for keeping some farm animals as pets which may be appropriate to look at if some of your class have them as pets - http://www.rspca.org.uk/allaboutanimals/pets/farmanimals. Zoo animals also have to be looked after and given suitable food and shelter alongside water. Emphasise that any animals we keep or use need to have care to remain healthy. What working animals can children describe? E.g. shire horses, dogs for the blind, rescue dogs, mouser cats, sheep dogs, police horses, homing pigeons, truffle-finding pigs, donkeys on the beach, etc.

Animals living in the wild have to find these basic needs for themselves. Many parent animals look after their young in a similar way to human adults looking after their children.

ideas for how to look after a pet

looking after a pet worksheet

 

 

Thursday

Literacy

Class two online English lesson Thursday 4th Feb

-      Have a quick game of conjunctions match up to recap and refresh knowledge from previous lessons https://wordwall.net/resource/44156/english/conjunctions-match-up-game

-      Have a look at the picture from quest. Try to imagine that you are actually in the picture. What would you see or feel?

-      Use the picture to fill out the senses table. In the first column write what you may see if you were actually there.

-      In the second column write what you might hear if you were in the picture. Look at who might be talking and what might make noise?

-      In the third column, what would you be able to smell? Would it smell nice or nasty?

-      In the fourth column, write what you would be able to feel and how it would feel.

-      Finally, underneath use your table to write two descriptive sentences about the picture.

 

Picture from the book Quest

Senses table

 

Maths

Thursday week 5 Maths

We are continuing our work on pictograms today and are focusing on constructing them.

We have the next Oak Academy lesson to follow which includes some worksheets.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/constructing-pictograms-6rw6ar

 

Worksheet to accompany lesson

 

Other

 

  RE lesson 5 - Year 3

 Powerpoint

Instructions and worksheet

 

Friday

Literacy

 

Handwriting – worksheet

comprehension

 

Maths

Homework sheet

 

Work set on My Maths

 

Other

Class two online PSHCE lesson 4. 

-      Please watch the first video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uATf5EhLebM

-      Afterwards watch the next video which is a show and tell of different cultures https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eEe9c8RaGU

-      After you have watched the video please draw a picture of yourself in the centre of a piece of plain A4 paper. Around it draw, paint or cut and stick pictures of the things that make you yourself! E.g. a Santa hat because you celebrate Christmas. 

-      There is an example attached.

 

Example poster

 

 

 

Week Beginning:  25.1.21                                              Year group: 3

 

Subject

Instructions with links to teaching and activities

Monday

Literacy

Spellings to be tested on Friday

5 words sheet

Group 3 words

 

Daily reading – link to information on Collins Big Cat site where reading books and activities can be found

 

Over the next 3 weeks children will explore the features of recounts (retelling something that has already happened). Today children focus on sequencing events chronologically. Read Just a Dream. Link below. Identify and discuss the sequence of the events. Repeat until children can confidently order the story.

Children produce a story-map to sequence the events from Just a Dream.

 

Just a dream video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLeHjr84c8A

 

recount check list

story map example

my story map worksheet

 

Maths

5 minute maths – to be done daily

 

Group 3 online maths learning – Monday 25th January

-      Start by attempting to answer the starter question. Note down your thoughts whilst considering the key questions underneath.

-      Afterwards attempt to match the coins up with the correct labels.

-      Watch the video https://vimeo.com/413284193

-      Complete the worksheet.

-      If you fancy a challenge complete the challenge cards to extend your learning.

-      Lastly, please re attempt your starter question in a different colour using your new knowledge which you have learnt today!

 

Starter question

Matching coins sheet

Worksheet – converting pounds to pence

Challenge cards

Other

Activities set on purple mash

 

Tuesday

Literacy

Read the beginning of Just a Dream; stop when Walter goes to sleep. Briefly identify the futures that he dreams of, using pictures as a prompt if necessary. Today children are to think of alternative futures that are also the result of excessive pollution, e.g. factories making oxygen, strange animals alive, people living in caves made out of rubbish. using time adverbials to sequence them ( examples in resources).

 

Children think about and use time adverbials in sequencing the new parts of the dream that they invent. Use the examples in the plan resource to support groups who are finding it difficult to generate time adverbials.

 

Time adverbials

Sequencing the story worksheet

 

Maths

Group 3 online maths learning – Tuesday 26tJanuary

-      Start by attempting to answer the starter question. Note down your thoughts whilst considering the key questions underneath.

-      Next, please watch the video from White Rose Maths https://vimeo.com/413284531

-      Afterwards, please complete the White rose Maths worksheet.

-      Once you have finished that please complete the next worksheet.

-      It would be useful for the children to use money to help them with their work for this week. For an online version please see attached link however, you do not have to use it https://toytheater.com/play-money-united-kingdom/

-      Once you have completed all your work please revisit your starter question to see if you can improve with your new knowledge.

 

Starter question

White Rose maths worksheet

Addition with money worksheet

 

Other

Geography

 Class 2 online geography lesson 3

 

-          Please watch the video on continents https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFIS3aLQPfs

-          Afterwards please create a mnemonic to help you remember the 7 continents. A mnemonic is a silly sentence where every letter of each word will match with the first letter of each continent. I have included an example which you can look at for inspiration. Turn your mnemonic into a poster.

-          Next, fill in the mapping the world activity sheet. Choose whether you would like a challenge and complete the relevant sh

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