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Wednesday 6th January

Below you will find all the learning for today (any extra documents you need are at the bottom of the page). 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. Reading texts and worksheets can be found at the bottom of the page. 

 

Reading - Shark Puncher - By Jessica Townsend

Predict - Who or what is a 'Shark Puncher'?

Clarify - Find the definitions of these words using a dictionary. You may need to search for the root word e.g. Improbably > improbable. 

  • improbably - 
  • glanced - 
  • guttural - 
  • indignant - 

Question

  1. Why does the girl shout 'my mum's a shark puncher'?
  2. While they are talking, how can you tell the girl is scared of the shark? (3 marks)
  3. On page 132 find and copy a word that means 'work out or make sense of'. 
  4. What does the girl mean when she thinks the shark might understand the language of teeth?
  5. Why does the author use the phrase 'they parted as friends, sort of'?

Summarise - In 2 sentences tell me about the meeting of the girl and the shark (Leonard). 

 

Writing

Write a character description of the girl from Shark Puncher. Think about how her personality changes from their first meeting to them parting as "friends". 

Think about her appearance, actions, thoughts and feelings.

What does she do? What does that tell us about her as a person?

Main Task

Green and Yellow: Use compound (conjunctions - however, even though, while) and complex sentences (relative clauses using commas, dashes) to add detail to your descriptive sentences. 

Orange and Red: Use compound sentences (in addition, also, as well as) and use expanded noun phrases to add detail. So teeth could become - ivory teeth with torn flesh in between. 

Blue: Use compound sentences (and, but, so, because) and use adjectives to nouns to add detail. So teeth could become - sharp ivory teeth. 

 

Maths - Maths Skills 

Complete your weekly maths skills sheet. The sheets are in the document section below. This week can be supported by your parents and google/calculators etc. Try to recall as much as possible for next weeks independent sheet. If you find a question tricky - education city is always available to refresh your skills if you search for what you need. 

GreenYellowOrange and Red: Stage 6 Week 7

Blue: Stage 4 Week 7

 

Foundation - PE

Go for a walk with your family. What can you see around your local area that has changed? Has somebody taken their decorations down? Has anybody had a new car? Maybe you walk in a place you haven't been before - turn left instead of right or maybe take a short cut you haven't used, you might be surprised to find something new in your local area. Let me know of 3 things you see on your walk. 

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