Thursday 7th and Friday 8th October
We are looking at coordinates for the next two days, how we use them to plot and translate shapes.
Below are 3 worksheets for you to use to get to grips with this. Mymaths has some excellent lessons if you are finding it tricky or of course you can email in to the office or the class email and we will help.
The most important rule is to plot the x axis then the y axis. Horizontal then the vertical or if you prefer along the corridor then up the stairs.
In English we are continuing to look at our tension writing. One thing that adds tension is using sense. We have 5 senses - sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. Some are easier to use than others. We will be using videos like the one on the link below to help us imagine a place and what it would be like to be there.
Divide your paper into 5 sections and title them with the 5 senses. Listen to the music and watch the video what could you fill these sections up with?
Once you've filled this up us Friday to write a short piece of writing imagining you are walking through this place and how would you feel. Include the senses you have collected and the sentence types we came up with last week. (Two pair, Name -adjective pair -, Personification of weather.)
We are looking at how we can be assertive and do the right thing. First thing is to list all the attributes that are important (e.g. speak clearly, stay calm, be polite). Choose the one you think is the most important and design a poster to go up at school. Start it with Be Assertive Be .....
This week we are looking at landscapes by John Constable. He specialised in landscapes and realism. You might not have all the resources to paint like we will at school but maybe you could colour you landscape, in the style of John Constable. He was much more of a realist and painted what he saw. There are some examples below: