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Wednesday 13th January

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. Reading texts and worksheets can be found at the bottom of the page. 

 

Reading - Graphic Novel: Macbeth - Images 1 to 4 - By Marcia Williams

Predict

How will this version differ from the text that we read the previous day? Make reference to the use of illustrations and what that means the author won't need to do in this version of the story that would need to be in the other version of the tale. 

Clarify

thou (old English) - 

bade - 

thee - 

Question

  1. Where have Macbeth and Banquo just been?
  2. When the witch says 'All hail, Macbeth, that shall be king hereafter' what does she mean? 
  3. Who is King at the start of our tale?
  4. How will Macbeth be king as well?
  5. What was the prophecy that Banquo was told?

Summary

In 2 sentences describe the 3 witches that Macbeth and his friend come across that fateful day. 

 

Writing - Grammar - Tenses

Introduction - what is a verb

In today's lesson, we will look at the different tenses (past, present and future), then explore how verbs change when they are in the simple past if they are regular or irregular verbs. Click on the word lesson to take you to your work, you will need to follow the video and as you go along pause it to answer the questions. Write down your answers and email them to me.

Green, Yellow, Orange and Red - complete introduction and lesson above

Blue -  complete the introduction and your lesson (< click here) is about adding the suffixes -ed and -ing to change a verb.

We had begun to work on this in class so your learning today we build on that. As you work through the video you will need a pen and pencil and you will pause the video as you go along to answer the question, write down your answers and email them to me.

 

Maths - Division

Yesterday was a nice recap and today is very much the same. Instead of how many 10s are in a number, we are looking to see how many 100s are in a number. so how many would be in 300? How about 1000? Watch this video here to help you understand what it is you need to know today. You can pause the video if you want to try to work out the answer at the same time and re-watch it if you need to.

Green and Yellow - Complete the sheet CS Divide by 100 sheet. Choose the level you feel comfortable to complete. Sheet E (in the star) is the expected level. 

Orange and Red - Complete the WRM Divide by 100 sheet below. 

Blue - Use today's video here to review the some similar ideas to those that you practised yesterday. Remember you can use anything to help you. Get coins, pencils or even draw items so you can group them up. Please complete the WRM Make Equal Groups sheet below. 

 

Foundation - PE - Joe WIckes

Can your child on one or all of these days take part in this exercise class? It is a good way to keep up an active lifestyle while in lockdown. Joe Wickes tweeted about his return, his tweet reads - 

 

thebodycoach

PE with Joe is back β€οΈπŸ™ŒπŸ½ Starting Monday the 11th January at 9am on my YouTube channel. I am committing to 3 live sessions per week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am(UK time) They will be 20 minutes long and designed for children. Please please share this with as many families as you can and let your schools know so they can notify the parents ASAP and we can get as many young children taking part. This is so important for our children’s emotional and mental health πŸ™πŸΌπŸŒ Lots of love Joe πŸ˜€

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