Friday, July 17, 2020

Have a Great Summer!

English - Friday 17th July (Writing a Diary)

Hi year 5,

For your final lesson before the summer holidays you are going to write some extracts from a diary. Here are the quizzes and video to accompany the lesson:

Diary Writing

Here is an example of the beginning of a teacher diary to help you see how you might start a diary:

And here is your activity. You have a choice to either write a diary about yourself or a fictional character.

Good luck writing your diaries.

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Maths - Thursday 16th July

Hi year 5,

Today's lesson will involve looking at timetables and trying to determine mathematical information from them. Here is your video lesson:

Year 5 - Week 12 - Lesson 4 - Timetables from White Rose Maths on Vimeo.

Here are your timetable worksheets:

English - Thursday 16th July (SPAG)

Good morning year 5,

Your SPAG lesson today will be about writing formally and informally.

SPAG - Formal and Informal

The teacher on the video explains the meaning of formal and informal, but here are a couple of definitions to help you:

FORMAL - This type of writing using correct standard English. Full sentences are always used and slang is never used.
INFORMAL - This writing involves more of a chatty style. Contractions and the occasional slang word might be used.

Here are your SPAG questions involving formal and informal language:

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Maths - Wednesday 15th July

Hi year 5,

Today we will be looking at converting between different units of time. It is really useful to know these facts:
60 minutes = 1 hour
24 hours = 1 day
365 days = 1 year (a leap year has 366 days)

Here is your video:
Year 5 - Week 12 - Lesson 3 - Converting units of time from White Rose Maths on Vimeo.

English - Wednesday 15th July

Hi year 5,

Today we will look at the key features of a diary. Here is the lesson video and quiz:

Features Video

Here is a reminder of the key features of a diary:

And here is a diary example with some of the features highlighted by the teacher on the video.

Your turn. Can you figure at what the missing features are?

 For this paragraph can you figure out the features yourself?

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Maths - Tuesday 14th July

Hi year 5,

Today's maths lesson will involve you looking at IMPERIAL units of measure. You may have heard of some of these which include:

Feet, yards and inches
Pound and ounces

Here is the video explaining the imperial measures:

Year 5 - Week 12 - Lesson 2 - Imperial units from White Rose Maths on Vimeo.

And here are your worksheets: