Please complete this morning maths task. It should take 5-10minutes.
Listen to me read chapter 2 by clicking here or ask an adult to read it to you.
As you listen, note down any ideas, comments or questions you have on your tell me grid below.
Write down a list of questions that you would like to ask Zoe below. (Highlight your 5 favourite)
Your spellings this week are words taken from the Year 5/6 spelling list. Use the strategies below to help you practice them. On Friday you will be tested on them.
The words this week are:
conscience conscious controversy
convenience exaggerate excellent
programme pronunciation recognise
recommend restaurant nuisance
yacht explanation existence
Today you are going to be practicing your division using a formal written method. Use the poster below or watch this video of me teaching you how to do written division. The complete the different challenges. There are 3 in total.
Today you are going to be creating a feelings graph for a member of the crew from the expedition. Watch the video here of me teaching this lesson.
Look at the different events on the timeline (the one you created last Friday or the one below)
Think about Shackleton - how might he have felt at the following points on the expedition?
This is a feelings graph.
It shows how a character feels at different points of the story. The bottom shows the different times (it is a timeline)
This character during the preparing stage felt excited
They then felt nervous when they set sail.
And when they encountered pack ice they felt annoyed.
The x axis is feeling okay, positive is good and negative are bad feeling.
Complete a 'feelings graph' for your character (choose one from the story) at different points in the expedition (use your timeline of key events they).
Once you have completed the graph, give reasons for your opinions - make sure you write in full sentences and provide evidence based on facts.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Joe Wicks is doing live PE sessions on his YouTube channel.
Can you challenge yourself to complete his lesson?