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Love to Learn - Learn to Love

Thurs 25th Feb

Good morning Oaks!

Your learning for today:

  • Maths
  • Topic (The Victorians)
  • Reading
  • Music
  • GPS
  • Times Tables/Mental Arithmetic

 

Year 5 Maths

L.O. To be able to read and interpret timetables

Watch the video. Make sure that you have a pencil and paper ready as there are some questions to answer during the video. Complete the worksheet then check your work using the answers provided. You don't have to print the worksheet, you can just write your answers on paper.

Year 5 - Timetables

Year 6 Maths

L.O. To substitute into simple expressions to find a particular value

Watch the video. Make sure that you have a pencil and paper ready as there are some questions for you to answer during the presentation. Complete the worksheet then check your work using the answers provided. You don't have to print the worksheets, you can just write your answers on paper.

Substitution 25.2.21-1.m4v

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Topic 

L.O. To write a non-chronological report

Use the research and notes you have made this week to write a short, non-chronological report about Victorian schools. Combine text and pictures in your report, thinking carefully about how to set it out. Remember to write in paragraphs and use sub-headings. Use the checklist below to make sure that you have included all the essential features of a report. You may like to write your report by hand or use the computer.

Reading

L.O. To develop understanding of vocabulary

Listen and follow along to me reading chapters 5 and 6 of Black Beauty, or if you prefer, click on the pdf link below to read it at your own pace. When you have finished, answer the questions that follow. Check your work using the answers provided.

Black Beauty C5&6-1.m4v

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Music

L.O. To listen with attention to detail to a wide range of genres and music styles

The parlour song, or drawing room ballad, was a form of music popular during the Victorian period. These songs were easy to learn, fun to sing and were popular with the rich and middle classes. The Victorians didn't have televisions or computers for entertainment, instead families spent many hours at home in the drawing room, where they received guests and gathered to play music, read, enjoy games and talk.

Click on the link below, then click on the song titles to listen, sing or hum along to the popular tunes of the day! Think about the instruments you can hear and what moods the different pieces create.

GPS

L.O. To revise verbs in the progressive tense, both present and past

Complete the quiz in the video below.

Progressive Tense 25.2.21-1.m4v

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Times Tables/Mental Arithmetic Practice

Click on the link to play the game. You can practise your multiplication skills and also square and cube numbers.

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