Happy Tuesday everybody!
You all made a good start to the week yesterday. We had some good blogging from Niall, Cerys, Michael and Chloe. Megan and Oliver set my socks twitching with some fabulous combinations for English. One of them came up with 'the palace of pain' and the other interestingly chose 'the palace of pleasure'. I wonder who did which? I hope you all joined in the TTRS battle and worked hard to win! Let's see what we are learning today...
Below are your tasks for today. Remember if you need to ask any questions go to the class blog and add a comment to 16-6-20 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.
This week is a mix-up of different exercises and activities. Yesterday was Go Noodle to get the week off to a confident start.Today, it is Let's Dance Tuesday! Click on the link below to enjoy this Just Dance Workout. It's a good one!
L.O To describe co-ordinate positions on a grid.
Something new today. We are going to use the Online OAK ACADEMY lessons. This is a virtual school that has been set up since schools closed. Lessons have been done for all year groups by teachers from all over the country. Click on the video link below and I will talk through how to use the Oak Academy lessons. You can then click on the website link to do the lesson. Send your work in the normal way through the BLOG or EMAIL.
LO: To identify subject and verb agreement
Log in to Education City to complete 2 units on this important skill.
LO: To create a list poem
Today you are going to use your place and abstract noun combinations to make a list poem. Go to the English folder on the Year 6 website page to find instructions for today’s task.
LO: To create Inca style art
Click on the link below to watch this interesting clip first of all about Peru in South America and then about artwork from the Inca people who live there. After giving you information, it explains the drawing task you need to do. You will need 2 plain pieces of paper, a pencil, a ruler and colours if you have them. Pause the clip whenever you need to. Attach your finished artwork to today’s blog or email it to me.
LO: To use numbers to tell the time
This week we will use the numbers we revised last lesson to tell the time.
Task 1 - as you go through the powerpoint, I'd like you to write the phrase for each time from midday to 11 o'clock and practice saying each phrase.
Task 2 - there are two slides with pictures of clock faces on, but no phrase to tell the time in French - your task is to write the time in French for each of the clocks on these two slides.
The tasks can be completed in your books or on a word document.
Please remember to post your work in the comments of the French blog, or email work to Mrs Jones!