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Monday 29.06.2020

Here is week 5 of at home learning for our last summer term. Remember task 1 is what we would like you to complete, task 2 and weekly challenges are optional - they are there for the extra challenge. If you require any support with any of the learning provided, please do get in contact with us and we will get back to you as soon as we can. 

 

Guided Reading

Task 1 - The Greedy Man

Here we are again on week 5 reading another new text! I am extremely proud of you all each week reading the texts given and answering the questions - you have been doing so well! This week we are reading: The Greedy Man. As always, today we are just reading the text, it is quite a long one, so take your time. Read it aloud to someone, read it with someone and then read it once more.

 

English

Task 1 - Read the Start of a Story - Opening

Read Opening. This is the start of a story from a book called The Promise by Nicola Davies. What do you think might happen in the rest of the book? Why do you think that?

Task 1 - Choose Some Memorable Phrases

Read the six phrases that have been chosen on Memorable Phrases worksheet. Use lines to match the reasons to the phrases. Afterwards, read Further Extract. Choose 3-5 memorable phrases from here and write the reasons for why they are memorable on My choice of phrases worksheet.

Task 2 - Make an Illustration

Look at the illustrations from the start of the story. Make an illustration that will fit the Further Extract part of the story. Write your memorable phrases around your illustration.

 

All of today's resources for English are on the document below: Monday 29th June 2020.

Maths - Percent, Decimals and Fractions

This week we are going to find out about percent %, what it means and how we can turn it into a decimal and an equivalent fraction. Make sure you watch both videos on decimals, fractions and percent.

 

Task 1- Percent equivalents.

Look at the power point below and use the 100 square resource sheet. When you have finished the power point use your knew knowledge to fill in the Fraction, Decimal and Percent table.

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