Remote Learning WC 18th May 2020
We have designed the work so that you need not do more than 20 mins a day. Each PowerPoint will take you through what you need to do. The task slide will make clear what needs to be completed and uploaded. There is a challenge section to move your learning forward.
If you need support with the task check the find it difficult? section.
Should you need to communicate with your teacher please continue to use the contact link on the website
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for everything that you are doing - a very big thank you to the parent/teachers who are juggling many jobs in these strange times. We hope that we can take over when it is safe to do so!
Your learning week
Monday - Spellings
Ask someone in your family to test you on last week’s spellings. Practice your new spellings with look, cover, check. Use the PowerPoint to help understand the spelling rules. The PowerPoint includes a challenge and what to do if you find this task difficult. Use the spelling Tic-Tac-Toe grid and complete 3 tasks to practice your spellings - the task should create a diagonal,horizontal or vertical line just like noughts and crosses.
Tuesday - Grammar - powerful verbs
Using the PowerPoint provided review your knowledge of verbs and generating powerful verbs. Also included is a challenge and a scaffold to support if you find this task difficult.
Wednesday - Reading comprehension
We have completing one of these comprehensions before. Using the picture answer questions using your detection and inference skills.
Thursday - Writing task - video for stimulus
Watch the video and using the skills that you have learnt over the previous weeks write description of the robots journey. Please make sure that your writing lasts for about 20 minutes in order to maintain your sustained writing.
Friday - Catch up
No formal work provided so it's a good time to catch up on reading , maybe write a diary of what it's like being at home or for those budding writers perhaps you have an idea for a story! Don't forget that you can listen the David Walliams elevenses.