|Literacy - 45 minutes|
|Guided Reading - 30 minutes|
|Class Story - 15 minutes|
|Maths - Starter -15 minutes|
|Maths - Main - 45 minutes|
|Mrs Wordsmith - 15 minutes|
|Spellings - 15 minutes|
|RE - 45 minutes|
|Oracy - 20 minutes|
Please also remember to complete your reading for 20 minutes a day. Once you have finished your reading book, complete an AR test using the useful links page (tree icon).
Also, please complete 10 minutes of consolidating your times tables and division facts by using TTRockstars. The link for this is also on the useful link page (tree icon).
L.O. I am editing my story so far.
Today you are going to be going back through the draft of your suspense paragraphs from yesterday. Take the time to check for spelling, punctuation and grammar errors. Ensure that every sentence contains a feature of descriptive writing which lends itself to suspense writing. You can look at the model paragraph again from yesterday, as well as look through the checklist you can see pictured below. If you need to edit other pieces of writing you have completed in previous lessons, please take this time to do so.
L.O. I am practicing performing my poem.
L.O. I can perform poetry with the right tone and intonation.
Yesterday, you watched Michael Rosen give notes on how to perform a poem. Yesterday, you made notes on how to do this. Today, I would like you to practise performing your poem. Practise it over and over again until you are happy with it. Remember, you need to have different tones of your voice, pitch and pace. If you can, I would really like it if this is videoed and sent into the class email address - remember to ask your parents first! If you are unable to do this, then please send me some evidence to say that you have completed this task instead.
In school an adult will read to you for approximately 15 minutes a day. We have chosen to read to you Harry Potter, a well known children's story, with Bloomsbury's permission.
Maths - warm up
Please see the menu of warm up questions attached. The column on the far left is the easiest level and the far right is the hardest. Select a column and give yourself 15 minutes to answer the questions.
Maths - main
The worksheets attached go through the learning you have done this week: prime numbers, factors and squared/cubed numbers. Make sure you complete the questions before peeking at the answer sheets!
Please watched the attached video, going through your Mrs Wordsmith word of the day.
Below are your spellings for this week. Continue to revise the words, focusing on the ones you find particularly tricky.
guess, guest, guide, guilt, guitar, build, built, biscuit, circuit, disguise, wrap, wreck, wrist, wrong
elegance, significance, insignificance, arrogance, extravagance, alliance, appliance, defiance, compliance, reliance, observance, expectance, hesitance, tolerance, dominance
thirty, sir, thirsty, shirt, first, girl, bird, dirt, skirt, twirl
For RE this week, please read the slides of the PowerPoint attached and complete the attached questions. The answers are in red at the bottom of the same document, so please try not to peek at them in advance!
Today I would like you to reflect and discuss how society has changed over the past year. The big question is:
Do you think the pandemic has brought society closer together or is pushing us further apart?
Give reasons and examples for your answers.