WB 08/06/20

WB 08/06/20
Hello everyone,
 
I hope that you all have had a good week. I have been in to school this week. It is a little strange with one way systems and staggered starts and of course the dreaded 'social distancing' but the children are getting used to it already.
 
Thank you all for sending me your work and being real super stars. You are becoming experts at home learning I'm sure!!
 
This week, I am going to be setting a PE lesson and I'd like you all to have a go. Don't worry, it is not as strenuous as Joe Wick's PE! All you have to do is follow the link.
 
Have a great week.
 
Mr. Martin
Spellings
WB 08/06/20
 
Recap week of last half-term's spellings
Maths
WB 08/06/20

Monday 8th  June

 Maths lesson one

WALT understand how to calculate the perimeter of polygons.

In this lesson, you are going to be learning about calculating the perimeter of shapes. Please watch the clip below and follow the instructions. You can pause the clip and answer the questions as you go and as instructed in the video.

The perimeter of polygons.

https://vimeo.com/413583070

Tuesday 9th  June

 Maths lesson two

WALT understand how to calculate the area of rectangles.

In this lesson, you are going to be learning about calculating the area of rectangles. Please watch the clip below and follow the instructions. You can pause the clip and answer the questions as you go and as instructed in the video.

The area of rectangles.

https://vimeo.com/415436807

Wednesday 10th  June

 Maths lesson three

WALT understand how to recognise equivalent fractions

In this lesson, you are going to be learning about recognising equivalent fractions. Please watch the clip below and follow the instructions. You can pause the clip and answer the questions as you go and as instructed in the video.

Equivalent fractions.

https://vimeo.com/415436912

Thursday 11th  June

 Maths lesson four

WALT understand how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice-versa

In this lesson, you are going to be learning about how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice-versa. Please watch the clip below and follow the instructions. You can pause the clip and answer the questions as you go and as instructed in the video.

Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice-versa

https://vimeo.com/415436982

Friday 12th  June

 Maths lesson five

WALT understand how to Compare and order fractions

In this lesson, you are going to be learning how to compare and order fractions. Please watch the clip below and follow the instructions. You can pause the clip and answer the questions as you go and as instructed in the video.

Compare and order fractions

https://vimeo.com/415437066

English lesson one instructions –

Monday June 8th.

 

In this session, I would like you to follow the link to Oak National Academy (At the bottom of this page). This week’s focus is on instruction writing.

Today’s session is a reading comprehension with a focus on language.

I would like you to open the link and follow the instructions on the video. The video can be paused and replayed form the same point any time you wish.

To make it easier, I have also attached the reading material and questions for you in one go. These can be found attached below as a PDF document.  

As before, please don’t worry too much about the spellings as I will set your own spellings for Friday’s dictation.

After the lesson, try the quiz at the end.

LINK - https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-reading-comprehension-language-year-5-wk5-1

 

English lesson two instructions –

Tuesday June 9th.

 First, I would like you to open the PDF of Roald Dahl Boy (or use the book if you have it) and read from P.78 to P. 90 – Games and Photography

In this session, I would like you to follow the link to Oak National Academy (At the bottom of this page). This week’s focus is on instruction writing.

Today’s session is a reading comprehension with a focus on vocabulary.

I would like you to open the link and follow the instructions on the video. The video can be paused and replayed form the same point any time you wish.

To make it easier, I have also attached the reading material and questions for you in one go. These can be found attached below as a PDF document.  

As before, please don’t worry too much about the spellings as I will set your own spellings for Friday’s dictation.

English lesson three instructions –

Wednesday June 10th.

 

In this session, I would like you to follow the link to Oak National Academy (At the bottom of this page). This week’s focus is on instruction writing.

Today’s session is looking at the language features of instructional writing.

I would like you to open the link and follow the instructions on the video. The video can be paused and replayed from the same point any time you wish.

To make it easier, I have also attached the task sheet. If you want, you should be able to write directly in to the textboxes.

As before, please don’t worry about the spellings (practise your own spellings for this week).

After the lesson, try the quiz at the end.

Some key vocabulary:

Synonym = a word that means similar.

Antonym = a word that has opposite meaning

Chronological = time order

Adverbials – modifies the verb of time, manner or place

Imperative verb – a command word.

Semi colon – joins two main clauses that are closely linked or can separate items in a more detailed list.

Colon – Introduces a list or links two independent clauses when the second explains or illustrates the first.

LINK - https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-identifying-the-features-of-a-text-year-5-wk5-3

English lesson four instructions –

Thursday June 11th.

 

In this session, I would like you to follow the link to Oak National Academy (At the bottom of this page). This week’s focus is on instruction writing.

Today’s session is a SPAG focus and is  looking at cohesive devices.

I would like you to open the link and follow the instructions on the video. The video can be paused and replayed from the same point any time you wish.

To make it easier, I have also attached the task sheet and instructions of what I’d like you to do.

As before, please don’t worry about the spellings (practise your own spellings for this week).

After the lesson, try the quiz at the end.

Some key vocabulary:

Cohesive device – words that help the text to fit together and to make sure it makes sense.

Conjunction – links words, phrases and clauses together.

Pronoun – a word used in place of a noun – e.g. he, his, they,

Adverbials of time – a word or phrase that tells us when the sentence is taking place

LINK - https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-spag-focus-cohesive-devices-year-5-wk5-4

English lesson five instructions –

Friday June 12th.

 

First, I would like you to complete your spelling dictation by following the link below:

(insert link)

Next, In this session, I would like you to follow the link to Oak National Academy (At the bottom of this page).

Today’s session is a writing session.

I would like you to open the link and follow the instructions on the video. (Please skip the spelling test – you would have already done yours) The video can be paused and replayed from the same point any time you wish.

To make it easier, I have attached the task sheet and instructions of what I’d like you to do.

Some key vocabulary:

Cohesive device – words that help the text to fit together and to make sure it makes sense.

Conjunction – links words, phrases and clauses together.

Pronoun – a word used in place of a noun – e.g. he, his, they,

Adverbials of time – a word or phrase that tells us when the sentence is taking place

Rhetorical question – a question that makes you think but doesn’t need to be answered.

Expanded noun phrase – a noun with at least one adjective modifying it.

Imperative verbs – commanding verbs.

LINK - https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-write-a-set-of-instructions-year-5-wk5-5#slide-1

RE – Hinduism - lesson 5

WALT know about the festival of Holi in the Hindu calendar.

In this lesson, I would like you to use the PowerPoint to learn about the festival of Holi.

 TASK one – I would like you to use the sheet to sort the story in to the correct order.

 TASK two – follow the instructions on the sheet to make up your own festival.

Science Lesson two WB 08/06/20

Keeping things cool

 

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

First work through the PowerPoint attached and then 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

Good luck!

Art TASK

Using visual texture to add interest to artwork.

 In this lesson you are going to learn how use visual texture to add interest to your artwork. You will also recap some key information about the famous artist Vincent Van Gough.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/foundation/how-can-we-use-visual-texture-to-add-interest-to-our-artwork-year-5-wk2-5

Can you please follow the link above and follow the instructions in the video.

PE lesson 1 – WB 08/06/20

 

From now on, I am going to be uploading a PE video link for you to try some activities. Theses activities are designed for you to be able to do in your home.

This week’s activity is based on developing tennis skills. Please follow the link below to watch the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvySZYSZFNY&list=PLYGRaluWWTojV3An2WEgsQ4qGFy_91jDL&index=2