Good Morning 6B
Thank you very much to all of you that sent work through yesterday. I continue to be impressed by your positive attitudes and the commitment that you are showing to your learning.
Keep it up 6B!
Suggested Timetable for Today
P.E: Blast Off
Flashback 4: Maths Recap
Spelling Shed: Words Originating from Other Countries
Maths: Angles in a Triangle Missing Angles
Reading: Reading Comprehension Holes
English: Writing from a Character's Perspective
Art: Pendulum Art
P.E: Let's get warmed up for the day with a quick 5 minute blast of exercise. Play the video below 6B and get those hearts racing!
Flashback 4: Start by checking back over your answers from yesterday. It was fantastic to see lots of those that sent their answers to me picking up full marks yesterday.
A few people put the ratio 4:12 for question number 3, but just like fractions ratios can also be simplified. I'm feeling generous though so you can still have the mark for 4:12 .
When you have finished looking over yesterday's answers, check out today's questions in the image below.
Spelling Shed: Get yourselves logged on to Spelling Shed and see if you can achieve Royal Bee status on this week's spelling list.
Can you work as a class to get to the top of the league table this week?
Maths: Over the past week, we have been brushing up on our knowledge to do with angles.
So far we have looked at the following: angles on a straight line, angles around a point, vertically opposite angles, angles in a triangle and finally Angles in triangles but special cases.
Today's lesson is going to test your understanding on everything we have gone over. Take your time and think carefully about which angle rules apply to each question. Download the PDF below to get started.
Reading/English: Yesterday, we read chapters 16, 17 & 18 of Holes. If you haven't had chance to read them yet, I have attached them below.
Today, I would like you to work your way through the VIPERS questions, remember to refer back to the text whilst you are writing your answers - do not just do it from memory.
When you have finished answering the questions, I would like you to have a go at rewriting the 3 chapters but from the perspective of the warden. Try to be very precise and pull out the key moments that you think the warden would tell the reader about.