Time: 9.00am - 9.30am
Resources: Reading book, pencil, ruler.
Jordan has been sitting with the doctor and his mum. A lot of the time it was his mum answering the questions and not really letting Jordan talk.
Read page 10 to yourself. When you have read to the end of page 10 you need to STOP.
In your yellow reading books you are going to do the following:
Write the long date and title and underline both.
Date: Wednesday 13th January 2021
Title: The Soup Movement - Page 10
Then we would like you to summarise Jordan's trip to the hospital. We would like 5 key points (so that means 5 sentences) that help summarise what we have read so far. You can use bullet points or numbers in your margin to help with presentation.
Time: 9.30am - 9.50am
Letters: G and H
Resrouces: Handwriting book, pencil.
Please complete two pages in your handwriting book the same as the example page attached to this assignment. When you have finished 'turn in' your work so we know you have completed it.
Time: 9.50am - 10.10am
Resources: Blue maths journal, pencil, purple pen, ruler, powerpoint slides.
Please open the attached powerpoint to see today's maths warm up (arithmetic) questions. Complete these as you normally would with the subheadings and the short date.
After each slide of questions you will see the next slide is the answers. You will need to mark your own work and make your corrections with your purple pen.
Dividing by 1
Pages: 138 - 140
Resources: Power Maths book, pencil, purple pen, ruler, blue maths journal.
Join the live teams at 10.15am until 10.35am where the teacher will guide you through today's maths lesson.
The answers to the work are attached to this assignmenmt as a resource. Use these and your purple pen to mark your own work then have a go at making corrections. Afterwards you can (if possible) send a photo of your work to your teacher when you 'turn in' your work.
Topic - Rivers
Time: 11.15am - 12.00pm
Resources: Topic book, pencil, ruler, video, topic reading sheet.
We are beginning to look at rivers in topic. To begin, we will be looking at the 'source' of a river. The source of a river is where the river begins. Attached to this assignment there is a reading sheet and a video. The reading sheet tells you all about the different sources of rivers. The video shows you the source of the River Severn, which is Britain's longest river. Your task is to answer the questions below in full sentences in your books. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M48ANM3hAQ
1. Where do most rivers start and can you give an example?
2. Can you tell me how rain at the top of hills and mountains creates a river?
3. Which well known river in the UK starts with a spring?
4. The severn starts high up in the hills but also the ground is a little boggy. Can you explain how a bog helps to create rivers?
Long date and title in book underlined please.
Date: Wednesday 13th January 2021
Title: A River's Source
Our local river is the River Derwent - it flows close to Spondon and also through Derby city centre. Where does it start though? What can you find out about it?
Time: 1.00pm - 1.40pm
Resources: website link, headphone (optional), pen and paper (if it helps you remember.
Follow the link to Mr Palekar's lesson: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-pulse-and-rhythm-chj3cr
Watch the video and follow his instructions.
Time: 1.40pm - 2.00pm
Resources: Blue maths journal, pencil, purple pen, ruler, question sheet.
Please open the attached picture to see the questions. Complete these in your blue book with a margin and the short date underlined.
After you have had a go at the questions you can download the answers and mark your work.
The Soup Movement
Time: 2.30 - 3.15
Resources: website link, back of English book or some notepaper, ruler, pencil.
Join the live teams at 2.05pm until 2.25pm where I will guide you through today's English lesson.
We have managed to get through chapter 1 of our new book so far. I would like us to get a bit further into the book so today in the live I will be reading chapter 2 and possibly chapter 3 if there is time. As I read it out, make a note of any words you are not sure about. Your task after the meeting is to use an online dictionary (or a real one if you have one) to find out the meanings of the words. Aim to look for at least 5 new words. There is no book work for today's English lesson.
I have attached the chapter to this assignment so you can download it and read it again or check spellings of unknown words. Comment below with a word you looked up and what it means.