St Paul's Catholic Primary School
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Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
Good morning! Start off by checking out the blog for today - there is a Kahoot Quiz to find there and you have until 5pm to complete it.
Now, let's do our 192!
Maths - Year 5-6
LO: To find the area of compound shapes
Compound shapes, sometimes called composite shapes, are shapes that have been made by pushing other shapes together. Today you are finding the area of these compound shapes and you can do it by splitting the compound shapes into smaller shapes.
LO: To plan and perform an interview
2. Watch the video clip again.
3. You are now going to plan and perform an interview with Charles Dickens, in pairs if you can.
You will need to think about the following:
What Charles might be like in an interview?
What kind of man was he?
How would he speak?
Do you want to dress up?
Do you want your parents to dress up? (Sorry, I couldn't resist this)
Now, write the questions you will ask Charles about his early life, married life, significant events and work. Aim for around 10 questions.
Write out the answers that you think Charles would give. Use what you've learned so far about Charles, checking the work you've done already. You could set this out like a play script if you wish.
If you are feeling confident, you could perform your interview and send me the video to put on the website...or you can send me a copy of the script and a few photos if you are more comfortable doing so. Have fun!
LO: To broadcast a message
There are two Scratch programme files to accompany this lesson which I am unable to save on the website. If you send an email to email@example.com, I will reply with the two files as attachments. You can do the lesson without them, but I know some of you will probably like to have everything used in the lesson.
Use the PowerPoint to follow the lesson. There are two activity sheets to pick from of different difficulties.
If you have any time left, don't forget to make sure you have learned your spellings, done your 4-operations homework, checked your My Maths and popped some of your work from this week on the blog or sent it via email.
And Read. Always read.