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Happy Wednesday everybody! That means we are half-way through the week.
Today is supposed to be SCORCHING weather so put sun-cream on if you are outside. This is perfect weather for studying our novel, Holes, as it is set in Texas where temperatures are often so high it feels STIFLING. I hope you recognise that word. Well done on your area and perimeter work yesterday and lots of you did well telling the time in French. Right, let's see what today's tasks are...
Below are your tasks for today. Remember if you need to ask any questions go to the class blog and add a comment to 24-6-20 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.
What skills did you practice for the virtual Lancashire Schools' Sports Festival yesterday? At school, we did skipping, standing long jump and target throwing. Make sure you challenge yourself to new ones today. Click on the link below to access this task.
Today you have 2 tasks.
LO: To use persuasive language
For your first task, you need to click on the link below to watch a clip all about Summer Camp which is a big tradition for American children. Stanley is hopeful that he is going to a 'camp'. Then go to the English folder on the Year 6 website page for information and instructions for this task.
LO: To use summary skills
After you have completed task 1, read Chapter 4 or listen to the audio link below. Your task is to summarise this chapter in 40 words or less. A summary includes the MAIN points only.
L.O The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick for those who are very ill.
In today’s lesson we will learn about a sacrament (A gift from God) that you may not be very familiar with. Go to the RE folder on the class page. Read through the slides and then complete the activity at the end. Not many people know a lot about this sacrament, but it is is one of the most beautiful sacraments and it can really bring peace to those who are ill.Send your work by email or BLOG.
L.O Area of a Triangle
Well done to the children who did the White Rose Maths on Area and Perimeter yesterday. There was some good reasoning questions for you to answers.
Today we are continuing with area, but we are looking at the area of a triangle.
There are many ways of explaining how to find the area of a triangle. If you look at the blue triangle below you will see it covers half of the rectangle so to find the area, we can calculate the area of the rectangle and divide by 2.
The area of any triangle can be calculated by the formula:
Base x Height) ÷ 2
Another way of looking at it is:
½ the Base x the Height.
he area of this triangle is (Base x Height) ÷ 2 (4 x 2) ÷ 2 = 4cm²
or ½ the Base x the Height. 2 x 2 = 4cm²
IMPORTANT: The height has always got to be the vertical height from the base to the tallest point on the triangle. The base and the height you use must be at right angles.
This is called the perpendicular height.
Click on video below. Listen very carefully to the White Rose teacher and then complete the pdf worksheet attached. Once you have finished look at the answers and mark your work.
Send your work/score in the normal way through the BLOG or EMAIL.