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Thursday 11th November

Good morning! I hope you are well.

 

Today is Remembrance Day, so please remember to pay your respects at 11am and have a minute's silence.

 

I have updated the link on yesterday's music lesson, for anyone that experienced problems with it.  smiley

 

There will be some time tomorrow to do any finishing off. Don't panic. wink

Alternative Maths for Mrs Charmer's Group.

LO: To divide numbers by 10

  • Use the video to follow the lesson, stopping and starting it when you need to.
  • Can you do the questions on the first page?
  • If you want a further challenge, try the questions on the second page.
  • Don't forget that you can use post-it notes or slips of paper to write the digits on, then move the digits one step to the right, to divide by 10.

Divide by 10 Maths Video

Can you remember how to divide numbers by 10?

Year 5 Maths lesson

LO: To understand multiples of 10,100 and 1,000

  1. Use the video to guide you through the maths lesson, stopping and starting when asked.
  2. Complete the questions.
  3. Mark your work.
  4. Go back and try again, any you got wrong.
  5. Have a go at the True or False question to check your understanding.

Year 5 Lesson Video

Year 6 Maths lesson

LO: To use Long Division (4)

  1. Use the video to guide you through the maths lesson, stopping and starting when asked.
  2. Complete the questions.
  3. Mark your work.
  4. Go back and try again, any you got wrong.
  5. Have a go at the True or False question to check your understanding.

Year 6 Lesson Video

English:

LO: To answer questions about the poem 'In Flanders Fields'.

  1. Open PowerPoint part 1.
  2. Read the poem as you click through the first slides.
  3. The PowerPoint will then look more closely at some of the lines from the poem.  When a ? symbol appears, write the answers to the questions.
  4. Continue the activity on the second PowerPoint.

English

To write a Tanka Poem to be read on Remembrance Day.

  1. Now, it is your turn to write a poem about Flanders Fields.
  2. Choose some of the most important or emotive lines from the original poem.
  3. See if you can organise them into a Tanka form.  (A five line poem, with a syllable pattern of 5,7,5,7,7).
  4. You may need to alter or replace words that don't fit within the pattern.
  5. If you need help, go back to last week's Wednesday and Thursday pages and find the lessons on Haiku and Tanka to remind yourself what you learned.
  6. Now, can you write your own Tanka poem which could be read on Remembrance Day?
  7. Can you send a video of you performing it?
  8. Make sure your poem is well presented and bring it back to school to glue in your books.

Science

LO: To compare and group together everyday materials on the basis of their properties

  • There are two parts to this lesson, so you may choose to complete each part at different times or days.
  • You may find printing the cards and worksheet easier however you don't really need printed sheets to complete the activities.  The cards can be read from the screen and you can write your answers in your book...maybe an adult can help you draw the 'Carroll Diagram' ?

 

Part 1

  1. Open the Materials Lesson Slides.
  2. Click through the slides, reading them carefully, writing down the answers to any questions asked.  
  3. Make sure you copy down important scientific vocabulary and that you know what it means.

Part 2

  1. Open the materials cards and read them carefully.
  2. The words (adjectives) describe the materials. We call these, the material's 'properties'.
  3. If you have any of those materials in your homes, go and feel them and see if you can observe those properties for yourself.  
  4. Discuss or think about  what the vocabulary on each card means while you are feeling the materials.
  5. Next, open the Materials worksheet.
  6. You need to use the information on the cards, to sort out which boxes on the 'Carroll Diagram' the materials need to be put in.
  7. Then, answer the questions at the bottom.
  8. Mark your work using the answer sheet.
  9. Bring in your work when you return, so that we can glue it in your science book.
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