Tuesday 12th January 2021
Read Chapter 9 (Messages). You have today, Wednesday and Thursday to read it (so you don't need to read it all today). You will need to have read it by Friday, ready for the questions :-)
See the document below for the chapter.
Challenge: Linked to last week’s English, locate any expanded noun phrases and send them on your portfolio.
To develop a rich understanding of words associated with running.
In this lesson, we will introduce new vocabulary, identify word pairs and synonyms and apply the vocabulary in sentences.
Don't forget to pause the video when asked and do the activities.
Miss But asks you to write ONE sentence. As we are Year 6's, I would like you to write AT LEAST THREE sentences (one for each word she gives you) or you could use some words from the word bank.
1) Use different sentence openers (ISPACE)
2) Create a complex sentence by adding a subordinate phrase (Google ISAWAWABUB to get a list of subordibate conjunctions)
See the documents below for worksheets as well as a word bank to help you with your ideas.
Main activity: Classifying triangles.
In today’s lesson we will compare and classify triangles, looking at how to recognise the different types of triangles and the sum of the angles in a triangle.
If you struggle with this activity, try this lesson: Angles within a shape
In this lesson we will learn how to recognise and draw angles within shapes, then understand statements about angles and properties of shapes.
See below for worksheets as well as extensions and mastery activities if you want to challenge yourself :-)
Get out your list of words you covered in your second English lesson and practise them. You can re-write them in colour, look and then cover, practise dots and dashes, put them in sentences... anything to help you remember the words!
Try and complete 15 minutes of reflex :-)
In this lesson we will be learning about how power was historically generated and the rise in the use of electricity throughout the industrial revolution that led to huge advancements in humans' capacity to power our world. We will learn about non-renewable and renewable energy and consider the pros and cons of fossil fuels. You will need a piece of paper, a pencil and your brain.
See the documents below for the worksheets that you will need to complete the lesson.