Our English lesson completes our unit on non-chronological reports from Oak National Academy. You will combine your skills from the week to plan and write a non-chronological report about a mythical creature.
Follow the instructions from the video- remembering to pause and complete the activities when asked to. Use the 'next activity' or green dots at the bottom of the page to navigate through.
Remember to add to your magpie page as you watch the video and then use all these ideas in your writing.
The 'Worksheet' element of the lesson has lots of useful details to help you. These include lists of modal verbs, key vocabulary and a bank of adverbs. There is a printable version below.
After completing your task - resume the video for feedback to self mark and edit your work before uploading on seesaw.
If you have any questions or technical issues, send us a message wither via email or on seesaw.
Mrs Barr will test you on your spellings today as part of your English video. Look out for her spelling test crown!! If you need to listen to the spelling test again, rewind the video and play it again.
Please remember to ask someone at home to test you on your two extra spellings to make your list up to ten.
Today we will be continuing with Roman Numerals. Keep yesterday's work in front of you as a reminder if you find remembering the letters tricky. You will be representing years as Roman Numerals. We use Roman Numerals to show the year something happened in lots of examples. When you watch a film or TV show, you often find at the end of the credits the year the film was made in Roman Numerals.
1. Have a read through the Learning Reminders. They are very similar to yesterday's.
2. There are two levels of challenges to choose from. Both require you to look at the year an event happened and write this in Roman Numerals. Then pick 3 historical events that you are interested in, find out what year it happened, and write this in Roman Numerals.
3. Mark your answers.
4. Complete the Check Your Understanding section to show you have grasped the learning.
Foundation - Outdoor Learning.
Our Outdoor Learning session this week focuses on science activities. Can you create your own water wheel? Are you brave enough to stand inside your own bubble? Or can you make and launch your own rocket? See the activity sheets below for more information and instructions. Please check with an adult at home before beginning your chosen activity and check you can use the resources needed!
We would like to see your Outdoor Learning activities - pop a picture on seesaw for your class teacher?