Good Morning 6B
Well done to those of you that have had a go at the Spelling Shed challenge. If you want to find out where you are on the leader board, click the 3 lines in the top left hand corner and select challenges. Will you come out on top this week?
Suggested Timetable for Today
P.E: P.E with Joe
Flashback 4: Recap maths
Reading: Holes Chapters 28, 29 & 30
English: Write a Summary
Topic: Trade & Power
Spanish: How You Feel
P.E: Get yourselves warmed up for the day by completing Joe Wicks 30 minute morning workout by clicking here.
Flashback 4: Great effort with yesterday's Flashback 4, many of you achieving 4/4, which is fantastic. Let's take a quick look over the answers.
Let's have a quick look at question 1. Remember angles in a triangle = 180° Therefore, 70 +52 =122 and 180 - 122 = 58°
Question 3, many of you got 6:9, which of course is divisible by 3, so 2 :3.
Question 4, 10mm = 1cm and there are 100cm in 1 metre, so 10 x 100 = 1000mm
Now let's take a look at today's questions.
Use ratio to calculate the answer to question 3.
Reading: Sit back, relax and enjoy the next 3 chapters of Holes. Today's English task is based on the events at the end of chapter 30, so please make sure you have a clear understanding before moving on.
English: Can you summarise what happens between Zero and Mr Pendanski in thirty words or less at the end of Chapter 30?
Remember, a summary gives you a brief account of the main points. You may find it useful to write down the main points first as bullet points and then try to
structure this into a sentence or two.
Make sure when you read back over your summary, that it gives a quick and clear account of what happened at the end of chapter 30, and that you haven't missed any key information.
Maths: Yesterday, you completed the first reasoning paper of Set C. Today, I would like you to complete the arithmetic.
This has previously been an area of strength for many of you. However, I know that some of you feel a little bit rusty, for this reason, if you come across a question that you are unsure of, you may research how to solve the question. THIS DOES NOT MEAN USING A CALCULATOR! This means googling a method e.g. How to add and subtract fractions.