Monday 1st February
Below you will find all the learning for today. This includes reading, writing, maths and a foundation subject (Science, Geography, History, R.E, Computing, art or Design Technology). The coloured activities should be completed if your child is in that group in class. All reading texts and worksheets can be found at the bottom of the page, some reading texts will be posted Monday for use all week.
Today we will be looking at the text version of Macbeth - read page 25 and 26 until the end of the paragraph where is says Fleane has escaped.
Predict - Will Macbeth and his Queen now reign in peace over the Kingdom.
Clarify - Oblivious
- Gory Locks
- poisoned entrails
Question - Who sat down next to Macbeth while he was eating?
- Why do the other people in the room not understand why Macbeth is anxious?
- Find and copy a word which means sent away.
- Find and copy a phrase which tell us what disturbs Macbeth.
- Who does Macbeth turn to for help?
- What were the apparitions which came from the cauldron?
- What did Macbeth discover had happened which might be a threat to him?
Summary - What is happening to Macbeth that is making him nervous and unsettled.
Writing - Shakespeare: Macbeth - Verbs and Adverbs with relative clauses.
Today's lesson found here, will start to wrap up our work on Shakespeare. At the end of the week we will be writing a long (over 3 days) character description of Macbeth. Today we will be looking at Shakespeare's Animated Tales to describe Macbeth's actions, facial features and body language at different points in the play. We will be paying close attention to how these change throughout the play, as he does the things we have already read about. We use verbs to explain what is being done. Adverbs tell us how it was done. For example:
Green and Yellow - Write sentences that use relative clauses with the relative pronoun who. Try moving the relative clause around so it is in the middle or at the end of the sentence.
Orange and Red - Write sentences that use relative clauses with the relative pronoun who. Keep the relative clause in the middle of the sentence and use commas to allow us to pause to add the new facts.
Blue - Write sentences that use relative clauses with the relative pronoun who. relative clauses add related information into a sentence. So here is a simple sentence:
Alex was working at home.
We can add related information to that sentence about Alex .
Alex, who went to Greenfield, was working at home. The added information doesn't change the original sentence in bold letters. This is called adding a relative clause.
Complete your weekly maths skills sheet. The sheets are in the document section below. This week is assisted. You can ask for help, use a calculator and you find a question tricky - education city is always available to refresh your skills if you search for what you need.
Green and Yellow - Orange and Red - Y6 week 9
Blue - Y4 week 9
Foundation - History - The Victorians
Look at the timeline, chose the most important 10 events to make your own timeline.
One of the things that changed dramatically was the way that people, especially children, worked. Watch this video to find out what life was like for children working in a mill.
Can you then write a paragraph to explain how conditions chamged throughout Victorian times.