Friday 15th January
English and SPAG
Complete pages 52, 53, 54 and 56 in your SPAG CGP book.
Also, make sure your work from Thursday is completed.
Complete pages 21, 22 and 23 in your Maths CGP book (all based on Fractions).
Where do Humanists find their truth?
In this lesson, we are going to look at different ways that Humanists find the truth and decide what to believe. We can then learn more about how Humanists view the world around them.
Thursday 14th January
Write a diary entry pretending you are Tristan on paper or save on BGFL to hand in.
Write out sentences adding the correct punctuation (either bracket, dash or comma) around the embedded clause. Mark your own answers by clinking on the link
Recapping the 4 operations of fractions
There are loads of useful videos to help you: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhdwxnb
Maths CGP book: pages 19, 20, 21
Stretch Maths CGP book: pages 22 and 23
Mark your work yourself (answers are at the back) and then bring your work to registration on Friday.
PSHE: Images in the Media
Wednesday 13th January
To understand the features of a diary entry
In this lesson, we will be looking closely at dairy entries. We'll be understanding why people write diary entries and what are the main features of a diary entry.
To use apostrophes correctly for contraction and possession.
Hand in sentences about bees from final video using apostrophes correctly.
Decimals up to 2dp: https://vimeo.com/485432781
What are medicinal drugs?
Complete the activities on the video.
Tuesday 12th January
Read ‘The Viewer’ and infer meaning from images in the text
Read the opening of the Viewer together and answer the questions on the text.
To generate vocabulary to use for a diary entry about Tristan.
Use the vocabulary generated in the lesson to write sentences to describe what Tristan saw, felt and did when he looked through the viewer.
Write sentences down to be marked and hand in.
Fractions of an amount: https://vimeo.com/480708541
Science: What happens to the circulatory system during exercise?
This involves a Science investigation where you need to get active, so get your trainers on and get that heart pumping!
Monday 11th January
To write the opening of ‘The Viewer.’
In this lesson, we will write the opening of The Viewer, focusing on describing the setting in great detail and setting the tone for the story. This will take you a while, so there is no SPAG for today.
Write the opening onto paper or save it on BGFL and hand in to be marked.
Dividing fractions by integers: https://vimeo.com/480707655
Challenge: 4 operations with fractions
Science: What effect does exercise have on the muscles?
Have a go at this exciting muscular activity: https://www.j2e.com/st-johns-cofe-primary-school5/Mrs+S+Hughes/Muscular+System+Hand+Craft+for+Kids.docx/