If you are isolating at home, these are your lessons for the week. Complete one lesson for each subject every day and then spend 30 mins on each of your key skills by clicking on the following links:
Daily Tasks/Key skills
Every day you must complete the following:
This week in English, we will be looking at poetry which focuses on rivers. Before you begin you need to familiarise yourself with the key features of rivers again. Take down some notes to remind yourself of the subject specific language that will be used when discussing rivers. Then, you will read through the two poems below and try to identify which features of the rivers the poets are referring to. Next. you will watch a video called 'A river journey', and see if you can come up with some suitable vocabulary to describe the different stages of the river, focusing particularly on the way it moves and the sounds that you can hear. Finally, you will try and write your own short poem about a rivers journey, using all that you have seen and learnt over the week.
Lesson 1: Familiarise yourself with the features of the river on this link:
https://studio.discoveryeducation.co.uk/view?id=601bd9453eeb78f1df16d129&page_id=d53c5543-082e-41b3-ab25-63469b939535 (espresso login: student5033 password: stjohns)
Lesson 2 and 3: Read these poems and see if you can identify which features of the river the poets are referring to. Write out the poems and label them if you can.
Poem 1: Poem 2:
Lesson 3: Watch this video showing the river's journey and then write down some suitable vocabulary to describe the way it moves and the sounds that you can hear on the grid below:
This week in maths you will be revising some of the key content from the fractions work we did over the last two weeks. Click on the lesson for each day and complete any tasks that you are asked to.
Lesson 1: Build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions with the same denominator:
Lesson 2: Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent different lengths:
Lesson 3: Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent the same quantity:
Lesson 4: Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent different quantities:
Lesson 5: Represent non-unit fractions in given wholes:
Watch some more of the videos all about rivers from around the world and the UK. Then create an information poster for someone else to read and learn all about them. Click on the following link and choose any of the videos from the selection that interest you: