Tuesday 24th March
English: Everything you need story: Now you have completed the plot matrix to innovate your story we would like you to think about your opening paragraph. Using the help sheet (on the back of your plot matrix, your rich vocabulary lists (yellow books/phrase sheets) create an engaging opening for your story that grabs the reader’s attention. Please use a wide range of punctuation, sentence openers, conjunctions, rich vocabulary and expanded noun phrases to set the scene and introduce your characters. * If you are ready to move on to 5 new CEW spelling words please do so.
Maths: Please complete the Yr 6 SATS Decimals worksheet attached (this is not in your pack). If you find any questions too challenging please click on the YouTube buttons, as these links will take you to a short video clip that will break down the steps to completing the question. Please use these videos to mark your work, assess your progress and develop your reasoning skills. Please complete these questions in your Maths books: Mild at least 6 questions, Spicy at least 10 and Hot at least 14. If you’re on fire attempt them all!
Topic: Geography Globalisation Two Week Project: Now you have read through your knowledge organisers and chosen an area to research. Please use the back of your English book to gather your information, we suggest this will take a few lessons as we would like depth and breadth of knowledge to be evident in your project. For example, if you have chosen to investigate ‘Is it ethical to buy cheap clothing from poorer countries/Economically Less Developed countries?’ you could investigate a particular country and brand of clothing, as well as include a general overview. We expect this to be a juicy challenge for you to sink your teeth into!
Reading: Please do your daily reading and record it in your reading record. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/
Now you have opened your green English packs and read the first text in Reading Paper Set A. Please now answer the questions for this text. Remember to refer to the text in your answers!