Work for Monday 18th January
The timetable I will be following in school, for you to use as a guide, is as follows:
9.15-10 Literacy. Please watch the input lesson. The children will need the escape from lesson 6 worksheet. I have saved this as a PDF that you could print, or alternatively I have uploaded it as a worksheet on Dojo, where you will be able to complete it online. They first need to sort the adjectives on to a Zone of Relevance sheet, thinking about whether the adjective describes how Tranio and Livia would be feeling when they wake up on the boat and see Pompeii being destroyed. Then on the thought bubble sheets, they need to compare how the children would have felt at the beginning of the story while they were playing together and how they felt running down the street as ash filled the air.
10-10.30 Guided Reading. I have saved a copy of the whole text below. You only need Chapter 6 for this lesson and children can read it on screen or as a printed off copy if you wish. I have also uploaded a video of myself reading the text which children can read along with. There are some questions to think about as they are reading/ listening and then questions for them to answer in full sentences. This can either be written in your homework book, on lined paper, or typed on to Dojo. You only need to do session 6 today.
Make sure you have a break and try and move about or get some exercise! There are a range of activities you could choose from in a resource called NetFlex which is on our class page on the website.
11-11.45- Maths. Please watch the input lesson. You child will need the guided worksheet with them during the input. We are carrying on with area and the input is much shorter today, just talking through a few problem solving style questions and recapping from yesterdays lesson. Choose one or two of the worksheets I have uploaded to complete (the third sheet is quite challenging!) and use any extra time to complete work from Friday's lesson if you need it.
11.45-12- Spellings. Choose one of the activities from the spelling menu to practice your spellings, ready for the test tomorrow.
Have a long break- at least and hour and please try and move around again and get some exercise.
Times table practice. I have put a link to a range of times table games on our class page of the website which children could use to practice their times tables. Please remember to link to division as the inverse as well.
Topic: Computing. We are continuing with our work on programming using SCRATCH, which is a free website you can access from home. You will need to follow the link to https://scratch.mit.edu/
although the children should all know how to access it. I have attached a copy of instructions on our class page for the children to follow to create their own dance sequences!