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Home Learning w/c 24.01.22

Maths: Start with the assessment for our last unit, then complete the fractions worksheets in order.

Make sure you spend at least 10 minutes on either TT rockstars or prodigy each day.

 

English: Start with looking at the features of an instruction text, if you need to use BBC Bitesize to remind yourself of them then go for it!

Next identify the features of the text on the example.

The rest of your tasks are on the document marked 'Instruction writing tasks'.

English poetry tasks are listed below :)

 

Read your book and record in your reading record every day and practise your spellings on Spelling Shed.

 

There are two afternoon activities to choose from on the linked documents as well. I will update the tasks later in the week.

Send me your learning via Class Dojo- good luck!

Spr5.4.1 - What is a fraction

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Spr5.4.2 - Equivalent fractions (1)

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Spr5.4.3 - Equivalent fractions

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Spr5.4.4 - Fractions greater than 1

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Complete the above tasks so you are sure about the features of freeverse poetry.

Then, over the next 2 days, you need to begin planning your own poem.

 

Choose one thing from Ancient Egypt that you would like to write about. It would be useful to have a picture so you can start describing!

Task 1: Write down everything you know about this thing- all of the information and facts!

Task 2: Now, time to describe! Using the poetic devices we talked about earlier, describe the subject of your poem!

Task 3: Planning- start to think about how you could use these ideas in a poem. You need to decide on a rhyme (if you are having one!) pattern and a syllable pattern. Think about what you want to repeat!

Task 4: Starting to write. You will need to have a go at this and then move around or change words and phrases. It won't be a quick write!

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