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Upper School Home Learning 26th April 2021

 

 

English

Reading

You MUST make sure that you are reading every day! Make sure you create a

Home Reading Thread on Tapestry and update it each day to show us what you are reading.

Throughout the week, you need to also complete either:

1 activity on ReadTheory and 1 activity on BugClub;

2 activities on ReadTheory; or,

2 activities on BugClub.

 

Writing

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Friday

Can I improve sentences through more interesting vocabulary?

Work to expand boring sentence uploaded onto Tapestry by using adverbs and adjectives.

Extension to replace verb with a more powerful alternative.

 

Can I extend my sentences through use of conjunctions?

Build on work from yesterday and add additional clauses to sentences using word banks and conjunction lists.

Work out the appropriate connective and second phrase.

 

Can I change the style of my sentences through new openers?

Pick up from yesterday and add different types of openers to their sentences using word banks and a range of openers (DADWAVERS).

Ensure you appropriate punctuate when using a fronted adverbial.

 

Can I use a range of punctuation to avoid ambiguity in my writing?

Establish what a relative clause is and how this can add additional information to the centre of a sentence.

Consider how to use commas, brackets and dashes to separate this from the rest of the main clause and whether words such as ‘which’ or ‘who’ are necessary to introduce the clause.

Improve up to five sentences from the rest of the week with the introduction of a relative clause.

 

Spelling

Rule: Challenge Words

There are two activities uploaded onto Tapestry for you to complete and there are games on Spelling Shed for you to play as well.

 

 

Maths

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 

 

Can I draw angles accurately?

Children need to draw lines correct to the nearest millimetre. They use a protractor to draw angles of a given size, and will need to be shown this new skill. Children continue to develop their estimation skills whilst drawing and measuring lines and angles.

 

Can I recognise angles on a straight line?

Children build on their knowledge of a right angle and recognise two right angles are equivalent to a straight line, or a straight line is a half of a turn.

Once children are aware that angles on a straight line add to 180 degrees, they use this to calculate missing angles on straight lines.

 

Can I recognise angles around a point?

Children need to know there are 360 degrees in a full turn.

This connects to their knowledge of right angles, full turns and compass points.

They need to know when they should measure an angle and when they should calculate the size of angle from given facts.

 

Can I recognise properties of triangles?

Children start by recapping the definition of a polygon and sort shapes into examples and non-examples of polygons.

Children will classify triangles for the using the names ‘isosceles’, ‘scalene’ and ‘equilateral’.

Can I recognise properties of quadrilaterals?

Children name quadrilaterals including a square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram and trapezium.

They describe their properties and highlight the similarities and differences between different quadrilaterals.

Children draw quadrilaterals accurately using knowledge of their properties.

  

 

History

  

Can I write a non-chronological report?

Read the selection of resources available looking at daily life in the Middle Ages.

Write a non-chronological report (double page spread) about daily life in the middle ages.

Include information about: Clothing, Homes, Differences between life in a city and life in the country.

 

Can I create a timeline by sequencing events chronologically?

Use timeline cards for significant monarchs and events in the middle ages (1066-1485) and order them chronologically.

Explain why you think these events might be significant.

 

Can I use a range of sources to explore an aspect of time?

What makes a good monarch?

Cut up a feudal pyramid – which order does this go in?

Who swears loyalty to who? Who works for who?

Does it matter if the top tiers don’t look after the bottom ones?

Why? Why not?

 

 

PE

See online Resources – Spring Term Home PE (E)

Choose from the 10 activities in Pack E – try as many as you can and record your times and scores on your

PE Active Planner to put on Tapestry to share with your teacher.

 

 

Computing

Can I learn how to use the question types within 2Quiz?

Open the 2Do labelled and

 

The question types used in the example quiz are:

Question 1 (life stages) – Sequencing

Question 2 (herbivores and carnivores) – Grouping/Venn diagram layout

Question 3 – Text question

Question 4 (graph) – Multiple choice

Question 5 (flower parts) – Labelling

 

 

RE

Can I build a final product?

Log on to Tapestry for a picture of your design for your Sukkah hut.

Build a model of your Sukkah hut as best as you can with the materials you have available to you.

Once finished, think back to the design specification – does your final product meet the design specification?

Could it be improved in any way?

 

 

PHSE

Can I learn how to take part in making and changing rules?

Create a law that you would like to see introduced to improve life for children in the UK.

Think about which area of children’s lives they want to focus on.

Explain how it would be of benefit to the life of young people.

Slide 14 makes the suggestions:

■ Environment;

■ Health;

■ Education;

■ Safety (in our communities and/or online).

 

What if we don’t agree with rules/laws, do we have to follow them?

What can people do to influence or change rules/laws?

 

MFL

 

Can I speak in simple sentences in a target language?

 

If you require any additional support please contact your teacher via Tapestry