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# Monday 1st

## Lockdown Day 19 (Monday)

Maths

LO: Convert between standard units of length

We’re back with some more Oak Academy this week! We are turning to our attention to measurement this week, something you’ve been learning about for the last few years, so this should be okay as long as you can remember the different conversions!

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/decimals-and-measures-convert-standard-lengths-60tkad

Watch the video, complete the questions as appropriate and then have a go at the worksheet.

Literacy

LO: To identify the features of a biography

We have now finished with the Anglo-Saxons, and so it’s time to tackle something new! We are going to be looking at biographies with some help from our friends at the Oak Academy for these final two weeks. The lessons will be a mix of learning about biographies, as well as some language/spelling/ punctuation work too

First of all, what is a biography, and what are the features? Have a think before starting the video and see what you can come up with.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-the-features-of-a-biography-70t66c

The task is in the video itself, in which you identify the features of a non-chronological report.

Reading

Read ‘Beowulf’ and answer the questions. There are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from.

Topic

LO: Plan a scientific investigation

What do you know about exercise? How would you define it?

Go through PowerPoint slowly, making sure you pay attention to each slide.

You are going to do an investigation linked to exercise.  Plan it today, work out what you are going to keep the same and what your variable is going to be. Write it up using the template sheet as guidance.

Example: you could investigate which of a variety of exercises raises the heart rate the most.

The Rest

- 15-20 minutes of reading a day

- Live Joe Wicks session on YouTube in the morning

- Watch Taskmaster video

- TT Rockstars

Mrs Wordsmith- Anxious

Have a look through the attached PowerPoint. Much like in class, see if you can work out the missing words and then practise using the word in sentences. Maybe try using it in a sentence with a semi-colon or in a De:de sentence.

Furthermore, see if you can use it in this week’s writing tasks!

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