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# Home Learning Tasks WC 28.9.20

Hello Y5! Here are this week’s home learning tasks:

Monday 28th September

English:

LO: To generate precise adverbs and verbs to describe the opening scene.

In this lesson, we will revise the role of adverbs and focus on the importance of choosing precise adverbs. We will practise this skill and then move on to identify precise verbs and adverbs to describe the action in the opening scene. we will use these verbs and adverbs to write ambitious sentences.

Maths:

LO: To subtract using the column method.

In this lesson, we will be using the column method to subtract two four-digit numbers where regrouping is required in one column.

History: Anglo-Saxon place names

LC: I can understand how the Anglo-Saxons have influenced Britain by explaining some of the place names they established and their meanings.

In this lesson you will match up Anglo-Saxon place names to their root meanings. You will also label a map of Britain to show some Anglo-Saxon county, city and town name. Open and follow the PPT.

Task 1: Complete the Anglo-Saxon Place Names Activity Sheet.

Task 2: Create a place names poster.

Tuesday 29th September

English:

LO: To practise and apply knowledge of suffixes: Plurals, including test.

In this lesson, we will look at the application of spelling rules for plural suffixes, use several spelling strategies, and take a spelling test.

Maths:

LO: To subtract using the column method, when multiple columns require regrouping.

In this lesson, we will be using the column method to subtract two four-digit numbers where regrouping is required in multiple columns.

Task: Complete maths lesson 2 worksheet.

Science:

LC: How can we measure the size of forces?

In this lesson, we will learn how we can measure the size of forces, particularly how we can measure weight. We will learn about Isaac Newton and his contribution to our knowledge of forces as well as Newtons as a unit of measurement. We will also investigate how to use a Newton meter to measure forces.

Task: Complete Science lesson 2 worksheet.

Wednesday 30th September

English:

LO: To plan and write the first part of an opening scene.

In this lesson, we will plan and write the first part of our opening scene. We will review any vocabulary generated in previous lessons and apply this in our writing today

Maths:

LO: To subtract from multiples of 1000.

In this lesson, we will be exploring how to calculate from a multiple of 1000.

Task: complete maths lesson 3 worksheet.

History: Artefacts and Culture.

LC: I can analyse and describe Anglo-Saxon artefacts and explain what they can teach us about Anglo-Saxon culture.

In this lesson you will examine and learn about Anglo-Saxon artefacts and deduce what they can teach us about Anglo-Saxon culture. Open and follow the PPT.

Task 1: Examining Artefacts. Using the ‘examining artefacts activity’ sheet, draw one of the artefacts. Annotate your drawing with your own ideas using the ‘Historian questions activity sheet prompts’

Task 2: Use the internet or books to research for additional information.

Thursday 1st October

English:

LO: To plan and write the second part of an opening scene.

In this lesson, we will plan and write the second part of our opening scene. We will review any vocabulary generated in previous lessons and apply this in our writing today.

Maths:

LO: To use the column method for addition and subtraction.

In this lesson, we will be consolidating our knowledge of the column method for both addition and subtraction by recapping the method, completing examples and applying our learning.

Task: Complete maths lesson 4 worksheet.

Science:

LC:  What are contact forces?

In this lesson, we will learn about contact forces. We will discuss air and water resistance and examine what balance and unbalanced forces are. We will also investigate friction. Based on our investigation we will make conclusions about the causes and characteristics of friction.

Task: Complete Science lesson 3 worksheet- what are contact forces?

Friday 2nd October

English:

LO: To plan and write the third part of an opening scene

In this lesson, we will plan and write the third part of our opening scene. We will review any vocabulary generated in previous lessons and apply this in our writing today.

Maths:

LO: To represent one-step word problems.

In this lesson, we will be using bar models to represent addition and subtraction one-step word problems.