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Remote Learning Timetable 

This week's Maths work is on 'Statistics' and we will be continuing our English topic on 'Journalistic writing' that is based on traditional tales. Remember it is really important to do the 'Daily Essentials' that are listed above. We will be concluding our topics on 'Forces' and 'The Vikings' as well as doing work in other subjects. Remember to login to imoves and participate in this week's active sessions.

Weekly Project

World Book Day

Thursday 4th March is World Book Day and our weekly project this week will focus on your favourite book, series of books or author.

Reading can be such a special and amazing part of our lives and we want you to share with the rest of our class all about your favourite book, author or series.

You could choose a selection of the following activities to complete.

  • An advert which convinces your friends that they should try your book, series or author.
  • A quiz about your favourite book, author or series for others to complete.
  • A book review of your favourite book (though maybe try to avoid any spoilers if you want to share it with the class!)
  • A piece of Art based upon a book or series.
  • You could record a reading or performance of a favourite part of a book.

Please share with us the work you complete via 2email on Purple Mash.

 

  Maths English Other Subjects

Monday

Read and interpret line graphs

Use the below link to watch the video about reading and interpreting line graphs

https://vimeo.com/464199069

Then complete the worksheet (read and interpret line graphs) found below the table. Check your work using the provided answers sheet.

Extra challenge – Solve the problems on the Statistics - Line Graphs Challenge Cards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spellings

Complete the ‘Look Say Cover Write Check’ sheets for you spelling group that is found below the table.

Reading - Read Chapter 4 that has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash. Then answer the questions about the chapter that have also been set as a 2Do. 

 

To write the opening of a newspaper report

In this lesson we will write the opening paragraph of a newspaper report.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-write-the-opening-of-a-newspaper-report-cnhp2e

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Science

This week you are going to learn about friction as part of your science topic on forces. Read the slides and complete the investigation on the ‘Friction Lesson Presentation’ that is found under this table. 

To carry out your experiment you will need these resources:

- A tricycle, scooter or bike. The lesson does not require these to be ridden.

- Thick card cut into playing card-sized pieces

- Five different materials to test (e.g. carpet, vinyl flooring, tin foil, towels, bubble wrap, plastic)

- Stopwatch

Use your Investigating Friction Activity Sheet to write an explanation of your choice.  There are 3 levels of sheet with 3* being the most challenging. This document can be found below this table.

Tuesday

Starter – Play Monster Multiplication that has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash.

Draw line graphs

Use the below link to watch the video about drawing line graphs

https://vimeo.com/464197707

Then complete the worksheet (draw line graphs) found below the table. Check your work using the provided answers sheet.

Extra challenge – Solve the problems on the Statistics Challenge Cards

Spellings – Complete the spelling quiz that has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash.

Reading - Read Chapter 5 that has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash. Then answer the questions about the chapter that have also been set as a 2Do. You may find it helpful to open the chapter as a PDF so that you.

 

To write the chronological recount paragraph of a newspaper report.

In this lesson we will write the chronological recount paragraph of a newspaper report

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-write-the-chronological-recount-paragraph-of-a-newspaper-report-69gp2t

11:30 am – A-Star Sports Fitness session on Zoom.

PE – Continue to work towards the fitness challenge that you set yourself last week. Please email me a photograph of yourself doing your challenge so we can share these during Friday’s final Zoom call.

1:15pm - Percussion Music Lesson on Zoom 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

Use line graphs to solve problems

Use the below link to watch the video about using line graphs to solve problems

https://vimeo.com/466529487

Then complete the worksheet (use line graphs to solve problems) found below the table. Check your work using the provided answers sheet.

Extra challenge – If you have completed the above work and would like an extra challenge, solve the questions on the Year 5 Statistics Tables Challenge Cards. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading - Read Chapter 6 that has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash. Then answer the questions about the chapter that has also been set as a 2Do. 

To plan the quotes paragraph of a newspaper report

In this lesson we will plan for our quotes paragraph of a newspaper reports. We will think about what witnesses and people involved in the incident would say.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-plan-the-quotes-paragraph-of-a-newspaper-report-64u3cd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RE - What is a Parable?
L.O. To understand the meaning of a parable.
To begin to link the meanings of the parables with their own everyday situations.

Jesus taught people how to be a good Christian through stories. He told many of them. They were stories with a message to learn from them. These stories are called Parables. They are written in the Bible (the Christian Holy book)
I would like you to read these two parables that Jesus told. I would like you to pick one of them and re tell it in your own words. I would like you to write a sentence or two at the end to tell me what you think the Parable is teaching us. I have attached the Parables or if you have a Bible you could also read it from there too as I have included the Bible references.

The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11–32)

The Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37)

Once you have done this please can you email it to Miss Kelly using Purplemash.

 

Thursday  

Two-way tables

Use the below link to watch the video about two-way tables

https://vimeo.com/466558990

Then complete the worksheet (two-way tables) found below the table. Check your work using the provided answers sheet.

Extra challenge – We will look at statistics reasoning problems during our group Zoom calls. Please have a pen and paper with you.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading - Read Chapter 7 that has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash. Then answer the questions about the chapter that have also been set as a 2Do. Now that you have finished this story, write a review of it. This activity has been set as a 2Do activity.

 

To write the quotes paragraph of a newspaper report

In this lesson we will write the quotes paragraph of a newspaper report, focusing on direct and reported speech.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-write-the-quotes-paragraph-of-a-newspaper-report-6dgkcc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Book Day

As you know, today is World Book Day. I would like you to spend time today immersed in reading and doing different activities about books and authors. You may wish to reread parts of books that you have read before and loved. You may wish to spend time enjoying a new book that you haven't read before or continue reading a book that you have already started. 

If you haven't already, have a go at doing the activities on the weekly project or those that were suggested in the World Book Day email. You can find some other fun activities below. Remember to send me a photograph of your bookmark by 3pm on Friday if you want to enter this year's competition.

Whole Class Zoom Call - Please join us for a special World Book Day Quiz. Have a pen and paper with you. 

Friday 

Timetables

Use the below link to watch the video about timetables

https://vimeo.com/467109646

Then complete the worksheet (timetables) found below the table. Check your work using the provided answers sheet.

Extra challenge – Answer the questions on the 'Interpretating Data - Tables' 2Do

To write the closing paragraph of a newspaper report

In this lesson we will write the closing paragraph of a newspaper report, focusing on past, present and future tense.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-write-the-closing-paragraph-of-a-newspaper-report-c5hpcr

 

 

DT/ Topic 

For today's lesson, you will be preparing and tasting the food that you planned last week for your Viking menu. 

Afterwards, complete the DT Food Evaluation worksheet. 

 

 

 

 

 

On Friday 20th November, Year 5 had an exciting start to their new topic on Ancient Greece. They enjoyed trying Greek food, reading Ancient Greek myths and making their own stop-motion animation about their favourite Greek myth.

Year 5 worked together to make a bug house for the school's wildlife garden.

Christmas Play 2020

On Friday 20th November, Year 5 had an exciting start to their new topic on Ancient Greece. They enjoyed trying Greek food, reading Ancient Greek myths and making their own stop-motion animation about their favourite Greek myth.

Year 5 worked together to make a bug house for the school's wildlife garden.

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