Friday 27th March 2020

 

Hi Class 1,

Here is the work for the final day of your home learning for this week.

I hope you have enjoyed it.

Have a lovely weekend.

Miss Halsey

 

Y6

In your ‘10 for 10 booklets’, complete day five of reading, arithmetic, reasoning and GPaS.

 

Writing:

Continue and complete writing up your story from yesterday. Then re-read your story.

Self-assess against the Year 6 writing self-assessment criteria, which can be found on the Class 1 ‘Home Learning’ home page.

Which features have you included?

Which do you now need to add in/make sure you include next time?

Either print off and complete the success criteria and attach it to your piece of work, or record your self-assessment under your piece of writing, using stars for things you think you have done and an arrow for a wish for next time e.g.

*   Used all the basic punctuation from the list, plus hyphens

*   Used semi-colons, colons and dashes

*   Used modal verbs

*   Used ambitious vocabulary

*   Appropriate opening and closing

* Used a wide range of sentence lengths and structures

* Wrote appropriately for the given purpose

*   Handwriting is clear and joined

  -------->  Make sure I use examples from the spelling criteria

  -------->  Make sure I include passive voice

I would love to see your final stories, so why not email them (if they are electronic) or take a photo and email them to headteacher@netherseal.derbyshire.sch.uk along with your environmental work. If you do decide to send your work, please put ‘Work for Miss Halsey’ as the subject.

 

Y5

Maths:

In your maths book, complete the arithmetic questions uploaded below. Remember the short date and title: Arithmetic.

Can you complete it in 30 minutes?  

Can you beat your previous score from last week’s arithmetic test?

I have included the answers on the last page, so when you have finished, make sure you mark and correct your answers.

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Reading:

The Butterfly Lion – Thinking about what you have read, complete the ‘Reading Spies Mission Review’ uploaded below. Record you answers in your English book. Remember the long date and the title: The Butterfly Lion – Reading Spies Mission Review

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Writing:

Continue and complete writing up your story from yesterday. Then re-read your story.

Self-assess against the Year 5 writing self-assessment criteria, which can be found on the Class 1 ‘Home Learning’ home page.

Which features have you included?

Which do you now need to add in/make sure you include next time?

Either print off and complete the success criteria and attach it to your piece of work, or record your self-assessment under your piece of writing, using stars for things you think you have done and an arrow for a wish for next time e.g.

*   Used all the basic punctuation from the list

*   Used brackets, dashes and commas to clarify meaning/add extra information

*   Organised my writing clearly, using paragraphs and conjunctions carefully

*   My writing is appropriate for the purpose

*   Handwriting is clear and joined

*   Used examples from the spelling criteria

         Make sure I include relative clauses

         Make sure I include ambitious vocabulary

I would love to see your final stories, so why not email them (if they are electronic) or take a photo and email them to headteacher@netherseal.derbyshire.sch.uk along with your environmental work. If you do decide to send your work, please put ‘Work for Miss Halsey’ as the subject.

Y5 and Y6 Topic

Continue and complete your  ‘Environmental Issue’ project, which you started on Tuesday.

Choose an environmental issue e.g. endangered animals, pollution, climate change, deforestation etc.

Research and make notes about your chosen environmental issue in your jotter. Read widely, using a range of different sources to find your information. Remember to write the long date and the title: Environmental Issue. Then write your chosen environmental issue as your sub heading and underline.

Once you think you have enough notes, decide on an effective way of presenting your information. This could be an information text, PowerPoint, poem, story, persuasive argument, debate, 3D sculpture etc. The more creative/inventive the better! Remember it needs to inform or persuade.

I would love to see some of your creations at the end of the week, so email them (if they are electronic) or take a photo and email them to headteacher@netherseal.derbyshire.sch.uk. Please put ‘Environmental Work for Miss Halsey’ as the subject.