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Remote learning pack.

Year 5

Thursday 7th January

Resources

Reading

Learning objective (WALT): use context and root words to define unfamiliar vocabulary

Introduction: What do you already know about New Year? Read ‘New Year’ for pleasure.

Read the text again and underline and unfamiliar vocabulary. On a piece of paper or on the computer, predict the meaning of each unfamiliar word.

For example: Your sentences should be as follows:

- Commemorate - I think it means …

- Tradition - I think it means …

Use a dictionary or the internet to see if your definitions were correct. If you were wrong, edit your sentences with the right definitions.

‘New Year’ text (attached)

Writing

Learning objective (WALT): Retrieve and refer information

Introduction: Look at the Swirling Sunrise picture.

Then, you have three short activities to complete.

1) Answer the questions about the text.

2) As the sun rises James will be able to see more of the view from the mountain top. Can you draw what you think he will be able to see? Label your drawing using powerful adjectives.

3) Up-level and improve the ‘sick’ sentences. Can you add an -ing clause opener, -ed clause opener, drop in -ed or the more the more sentences?

https://www.pobble365.com/swirling-sunrise

1. ‘Story Starter!’ worksheet and ‘Question Time!’ worksheet (attached)

2. ‘Picture Time!’ worksheet (attached)

3. ‘Sick Sentences!’ worksheet (attached)

Maths

Learning objective (WALT): Interpret line graphs

Introduction: Follow the link to the Oak Academy ‘Maths - Interpreting Line Graph’ lesson. All instructions are on the website, along with a video to watch to support your learning.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/interpreting-line-graphs-cmr3ec

Interpreting line graphs worksheets (attached)

Foundation

Learning objective (WALT): understand pulse and rhythm

Introduction: Follow the link to the Oak Academy ‘Music - understanding pulse and rhythm’ lesson. All the instructions are on the website,. Along with a video to support your learning.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-pulse-and-rhythm-c8up2t

Reading

Writing

Maths

Friday 8th January

Resources

Reading

Learning objective (WALT): Retrieve and refer information

Introduction: Read ‘New Year’ again to refresh your memory. Answer the comprehension questions linked to yesterday’s text. Remember to write in full sentences if the question asks you to do so.

Mark your answers once you have finished. Correct and incorrect answers.

‘New Year’ text (attached)

Comprehension questions (attached)

Answer sheet (attached)

Writing

Learning objective (WALT): Write a story

Introduction: Using the ‘Swirling Sunrise’ picture again, can you continue the story of James’ adventure on top of the mountain? What will he see? Will he discover anything? What will happen to him after?

Don’t forget to use Y5 sentences!

- ing clause opener

- ed clause opener

- drop in -ing clause

- drop in -ed clause

- the more, the more sentences

- similie starters

https://www.pobble365.com/swirling-sunrise

‘Story Starter! Worksheet (attached)

Maths

Learning objective (WALT): Reading and interpreting line graphs

Introduction: Follow the link to the Oak Academy ‘Maths - Reading and interpreting line graphs’ lesson. All instructions are on the website, along with a video to watch to support your learning.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/reading-and-interpreting-line-graphs-cgtkad

Reading and interpreting line graphs worksheets (attached)

Foundation

Learning objective (WALT): set New Year resolutions

Introduction: Login to Google Classroom. Click on the document in the ‘Topic’ file and complete the PSHE activity on New Year resolutions.

You will need your Google Classroom login for this activity.

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Writing

Maths