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Tuesday 16th June

Hi Everyone

Hope you are okay.

Here is your work for Tuesday.

First Session - Spelling and Grammar

Please take the next five ably words ( reliably, remarkably, preferably, respectably and agreeably ) Write each word in a sentence and put it in your exercise book. Use Spellzone to help you learn the words and try some of the activities.

 

 

Today we are learning about passive verbs. Click below. Watch the video and do activity one and two.

Second Session 

DAY 2

Listen to the radio announcement that told the people of Britain that their country was at war with Germany. Jot down how you think people felt when they heard this for the first time. (please note: most families did not have television at this time so listening to the radio was how they would have found out the news.) 

Now watch the opening scene from Goodnight Mr Tom ( from 0:00 - 2:34 mins ) As you are watching, look at the different types of people who sat in the church ( families with children, an RAF officer and his wife, elderly couples etc. ) and think about how they are feeling. Write down words and phrases that could describe this scene.

Now use the Thesaurus or Wordhippo to improve your vocabulary. For example, ' a lady holding her husband's hand' may become' an anxious wife clutching her husband's hand'.

 

Using the words and phrases you have gathered, select one from the following written outcomes.

 

- Write a free- verse poem ( there are no rules for this type of poetry ) to depict the scene you have watched

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Write a short narrative piece based on the scene.

 

Third Session

Fluency - Interlocking Rings

Solve the problems

 

Interlocking Rings

Today we are learning about adding mixed numbers. Watch the video clip and do the worksheet.

 

Fourth Session - Geography

What are Biomes? 

Watch the clip, read, look at the photos and do the activity.

 

Fifth Session

Click below and do the Joe Wicks workout.

 

Hope you have had a good day today and enjoyed the workout !

Take care 

Mrs Cheetham

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