Live Lesson - Maths - 10.00am
We are going to be problem solving on a line graph, building on the work you have been doing from the Oak Academy lessons.
You will need a whiteboard and pen. A ruler could come in handy !
After the lesson, try these examples:
Core Subject - Literacy.
Yesterday, we mentioned figurative langauge. I know that you have discussed, and used this, in your Year 5 Literacy.
The three most powerful types are :
Below is a short PowerPoint to give you further examples and practice of the three most powerful types of figurative language. If you feel that you want to work through some examples then look at the PowerPoint, but do not write anything and if you are happy with them, then you do not need to look at the PowerPoint at all !!! I have removed the slides referring to hyperbole, as mentioned on the title slide, as this is not relevant to our work at this time.
Foundation Subject - Geography
We will be continuing our work about oceans and their currents.
This week you are going to find out about how 29,000 rubber ducks accidentally helped oceanographers (the scientists who investigate oceans) learn about currents, in an impromptu experiment that has lasted over 20 years !!
Watch this video :
Your task is to then explain how the rubber ducks and their adventures help us understand the way currents work. You may present this in any way you wish. Remember, we are interested in hearing about the ocean currents, the directions travelled and how long this took, maybe information about the sea temperature or the creatures found within the relevant area of the ocean.
Here are some suggestions, you don't have to do one of these, they are just ideas :