Week 4 Monday 25th Jan - Fri 29th

AR reading quiz
You will be able to undertake your AR reading quizzes by typing the following address in to the email address bar:
 
ukhosted36.renlearn.co.uk/2234869
 
It must be typed in exactly.
Spellings
Monday
MONDAY TIMETABLE OF ACTIVITIES
9.00 - 10.00 ZOOM - MATHS (after zoom, if time, Lesson 1 sheet can be finished)
10.00 - 10.30 - BREAK TIME
10.30 - 11.30 ZOOM - ENGLISH - Boxing up - you will find the sheets you can view on your screen attached.  
11.30-12.00 - Please complete Maths independent work from this morning and your boxing-up sheet from English. If you have finished both of those, read or go on to TT Rockstars.
1.00 - 3.00 - This afternoon there will be NO live zoom sessions as you would usually have PE and COMPUTING.  See below for PE and Computing tasks. 
Maths
If you need to see the method of compact short-multiplication, please view video below. 
English

PE lesson

 This week’s PE activities are based on:

https://youtu.be/IvySZYSZFNY - coordination with ball skills

https://youtu.be/lfra8pSPEhE - footwork patterns

 Please follow the links below to access the lessons.

Alternatively, you could do your own exercise or complete one of the Joe Wicks PE workouts. 

Computing
Please log in to Purple Mash, watch the video that Mrs Hamilton has attached and follow the instructions on the video and the attached sheet below. You will find the video and rest of the lessons in your 'To Dos'
Tuesday
TIMETABLE OF ACTIVITIES
9.00 - 10.00 ZOOM - MATHS 
10.00 - 10.30 - BREAK TIME
10.30 - 11.30 ZOOM - ENGLISH - Writing your 1st draft of your NC report on the Modern Olympics.   
11.30-12.00 - Please complete Maths independent work from this morning or carry on with your 1st draft of NC report if you haven't finished it yet.
1.00 - ZOOM. then see Science task below.
2.30 - ZOOM feedback and story 
Maths
Please view the instructions that I have uploaded below and have a go at the word problems. You will need to use the area model that we practised yesterday. If you need reminding about this method, please see the video attached under Tuesday's maths. 
English
In today's session, you will start to write your 1st draft of your non-chronological report on the Modern Olympics. Use your boxing up/ planning that you did yesterday to help you with the details. 
Science

Keeping things cool

In this activity, you will be designing an effective lunch box by testing different materials.

First, on zoom, we will work through the PowerPoint attached. After zoom, I would like you to try the task sheets. If you have a thermometer, you may prefer to measure the temperature inside of the container rather than measure the liquid but I’ll leave that up to you.

Please complete both TASK one and TASK two

Wednesday
TIMETABLE OF ACTIVITIES
9.00 - 10.00 - MATHS activities (see recorded instructions) 
10.00 - 10.30 - BREAK TIME
10.30 - 11.30 - ENGLISH - Writing your HOT TASK (final draft) of your NC report on the Modern Olympics.   If you have already finished this - see instructions under English below.
11.30-12.00 - 1. finish your HOT TASK 2. Compete Maths activities from this morning. 3 reading and quizzing 4. TT rockstars/speed maths.
1.00 - ZOOM. then see RE task below.
2.30 - ZOOM feedback and story 
Maths
English

Use this session to complete your final HOT task of your NC report. Like your previous myth, I would like it emailed back to me so that I can provide you with feedback.

If you have already completed your HOT task, choose another subject to produce a Non Chronological report on. It can be any topic of your choice.

For example, you could do one on:

WILD CATS

WOLVES

ANCIENT GREECE

ANCIENT EGYPT

PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL

Mythical creatures

TERRORFYING SEA CREATURES

You could even answer a question such as: What happens during the transfer Window for Premier League football clubs?

When writing your HOT task or a further example, please remember to use the WILF frame to help you.
RE - Hinduism
Read the PowerPoint again if you need to and then answer the questions in your book. All of the answers can be found within the PowerPoint. If you have time at the end, you can attempt the family tree task (this is optional)
Thursday
TIMETABLE OF ACTIVITIES
9.00 - 10.00 - ZOOM - MATHS lesson 
10.00 - 10.30 - BREAK TIME
10.30 - 11.30 - ZOOM - Vipers, download the sheet from school website and complete answers in full sentences. If finished attempt the extension - Titanic comprehension.
11.30-12.00 - 1. finish maths independent work from this morning. 2 practise your spellings for tomorrow. 
1.00 - ZOOM. then see Geography task below.
2.30 - ZOOM feedback and story 
Maths
Teacher PowerPoint (L3) file too large to upload. Please see videos below for examples of the method being used. 
English
In the English session today, you are going to read the extract from Percy Jackson and complete the VIPER questions in full sentences in your books. Remember to think about how you can use evidence from the text to explain your answer. If you finish, please have a go at the Extension reading comprehension - a non-chronological report on the Titanic. You can find this attached below. 
Geography

Changing settlements

We will work through the PowerPoint attached below together. Once we finish the zoom lesson, you need to download the task sheets from the website and follow the instructions

1. Complete worksheet one

2. Complete worksheet two – most of the words to add are in the centre of the page.

Extension- Design your own village.

If the above recording doesn't play very well, please open MP4 file below.
Friday
TIMETABLE OF ACTIVITIES
9.00 - 10.00 - ZOOM - MATHS lesson 
10.00 - 10.30 - BREAK TIME
10.30 - 11.30 - ZOOM - Spelling dictation.
11.30-12.00 - 1. finish maths independent work from this morning. 2. Finish any outstanding English 3. TT rockstars 4. reading. 
1.00 - ZOOM. then see ART task below.
2.30 - ZOOM feedback and story 
Maths
Teacher PowerPoint too large to upload (L4). Please see videos below for help with the method.
English
ART

Rangoli patterns

Linking with your RE topic, you art task this week is to create a Rangoli pattern. Please see PowerPoint for more details.