Wednesday 27th January 2021
NOTE: Don't forget to try and upload all of your work throughout the day and respond to your comments. Think of it like handing in your book and responding to the marking in your book :-)
To develop text cohesion through use of adverbials
In this lesson, the children will revise spellings, review their understanding of adverbials to support text cohesion and then write adverbials to support the flow of writing in the next writing outcome. The lesson includes a short film clip of an armoured bear in an alleyway.
In this lesson, we will solve division equations that involve remainders.
Alternatively, if you would like to continue practising your multiplication skills, try this lesson:
Today we will begin by introducing the context of synchronized swimmers arranged in groups within squads to multiply three numbers in different arrangements. They use different factor pairs to solve the same problem in different ways. We will also look at distributive law can be represented using area models.
Extreme Reading Challenge
Read in an extreme place! We have had some fantastic photos of people reading in weird and wonderful places. Make sure you read for a minimum of 15 minutes and record it in your reading diary.
If you do not have a reading book at home, or prefer to read an eBook, please log in to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/login# Your teacher will let you know your login details.
Alternatively, check out the books, magazines, comics and audiobooks on Sheffield library (you will need to set up your own account with your parents email and your library card number)
In this lesson, we are going to be using first-hand observation to enhance our local awareness of the areas we live in order to determine how sustainably we are living.