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Monday 25.1.21

Happy Monday Y5! Another week of exciting home learning to complete - we cannot wait to see photographs of your work! :)

Here is your home learning for today:

Maths

LO: To investigate fractions.

In this lesson, you will explore the parts of a fraction and the different ways they can be used.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-a-fraction-70rkjc

English

LO: To analyse the build up.

In this lesson, we will find out what happens in the next two verses of the poem and explore the language that is used. We will practise writing sentences using the vocabulary we have learnt.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-analyse-the-build-up-part-2-cdj38d

Spellings

Learn this week's spelling list (silent letters at the beginning of words) with a different spelling activity each day.

Reading Comprehension

Today's reading comprehension will teach you what a 'hung parliament' is. Use your skimming, scanning, decoding and inference skills to answer the questions set. Remember, there are three levels of difficulty to choose from. If your child is struggling, choose the 'one star' version, if they are finding the work ok, choose the 'two star' version and if they'd like to challenge themselves, choose the 'three star' version.

Music

LO: To understand how rhythmic cycles feature in Indian classical music.

This lesson will begin with a traditional Indian lullaby, followed by learning the key features of Indian classical music, and how to clap the Tala cycles. Following this, you will have the opportunity to compose a Tala cycle of your own. Remember, we have looked at this before in our usual Music lessons with Mr McIntyre! :)

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-understand-how-rhythmic-cycles-feature-in-indian-classical-music-70v66r

Weekly Art Challenge - see sheet!

 

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