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Tuesday 23rd June

Good morning! It looks like the sun is coming! Well done for yesterday’s work. A lot of you seemed to enjoy the Science and there were some great scores for English. Remember, if it doesn’t let you on a game on Education City because of Adobe Flash player, click on ‘Get Adobe Flash’ and then ‘allow’ when it comes up in the top right hand corner. A lot of you only completed 1/6 parts of the English yesterday and I think that may be why.


Here are today’s lessons:

LO – To identify parts of speech

We are continuing with grammar and the same learning objective today. You are going to complete 20 questions on different parts of speech (remember, this is a term used in traditional grammar for one of the nine main categories into which words are classified according to their functions in sentences, such as nouns or verbs, and isn’t actually speech.)

Some of the questions are tricky and need thinking about – especially the ones about verbs and adjectives. For example, look at the sentence below and identify the verb.


I need to find some new running trainers.


A lot of the time, when we see the word ‘running’ we think it is a verb as a lot of the time running is an action. However, in the sentence above, ‘running’ is describing the trainers, so is therefore an adjective! The verb is find.


Click on the link below to access your questions. You may mark them after or get somebody else to do it. Please remember to let me know your score.

LO – To subtract decimals with a different number of decimal places.

You all seemed confident with yesterday’s Maths and there were some great scores. Today you are going to continue to subtract decimals however with different numbers of decimal places. Watch the video below which will show you what to do. 

Subtracting decimals with a different number of decimal places

Then complete the worksheet I have uploaded below. Have a go and do your best. Mark your work and send me your score through the blog or by email.

LO – To use the verb savoir

This week we are building on the phrases from last lesson. We will use the verb 'savoir' to say if we know how to play an instrument.


Go through each slide on the PowerPoint, and listen to the audio for the pronunciation of the new vocabulary. If you have problems opening the PowerPoint, you can look at the picture slides below but they won’t have the audio on.

On the final slide there is a table, with a list of 8 instruments. For each instrument I would like you to write the question "do you know how to play the ....." and then write an answer. It does not have to be true, use a mix of yes and no answers so that you have practised all the new phrases. Remember - the slides have examples of the question and the answers to help you!


Please send in your work in the comments of the French blog, or by email to Miss Hartley.

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