Friday 5th March 2021
Home learning – Friday 5th March
Today you will need to complete an activity which involves using causal conjunctions. The instructions and cards needed for the activity are attached below.
Read chapter 5 of Pit boys. Answer the multiple choice and open-ended questions.
Today you have the chance to finish writing up your work on the Workhouse. If you haven’t started this work yet, please refer to yesterday’s video PowerPoint.
Remember to edit and improve your work. Can you tick everything on the checklist?
- Key words spelt correctly
- Ambitious vocabulary
- A range of punctuation
- Examples of coordinating, subordinating or correlative conjunctions (From SPAG lessons this week)
- Ways to engage your reader (e.g. tables, boxes around facts, photographs, drawings)
Don’t forget to upload your work to your portfolio, we’d love to share some of your publications with the rest of Year 6.
If you have finished your work on the Workhouse, you will find some reflective activities to complete below, which will help you to reflect on the return to school on Monday.
Today you are going to continue calculating ratios. Click here: https://vimeo.com/516638886 to access the White Rose video. A PowerPoint version has been attached below. Complete the fluency, reasoning and problem-solving questions provided once you have looked at these – see below.
Follow the PowerPoint and find out about crime and punishment from the Victorian era!
Activity: Create a leaflet to describe the crimes and punishments often experienced in the Victorian Era.
Some questions to get your brain thinking:
- What is the crime?
- What are the usual punishments?
- What were the worst punishments and why were they given?
- What crimes were the most common?
- What is your opinion?