Maths WC 6th December.
Watch the videos and complete the matching worksheets.
Reading/Geography WC 6th December
Read the information on the sheet below and complete the task/questions.
English WC 15th Nov
Look at the English PowerPoints in order (1 & 2 and 3 & 4) and complete the work set. On one day you can gather words and, on the next, you can use those words to create your own sentences.
Read the information about the different time periods in Ancient Greece. Can you put the events in chronological order?
QUEST WC 22nd Nov
This week we have been learn about the different types of Government in Ancient Greece. Look through the slides to learn about Democracy, Monarchy and Oligarchy.
English WC 22nd Nov
This week (WC 23rd Nov) we have begun to plan our new adventure story based on the story 'Float by Daniel Miyares.
Using the sheet provided below (independent write success criteria), can you begin to map out what happens at different points in your story? You only need to write brief notes for each plot point and collect some sentences and words you might use in your final write. The story we read was about a paper boat. What could your character make from paper? A hat, an animal, a plane etc.
Use your story plan you wrote yesterday to start to write your story. Think about writing a paragraph for each plot point. Try to remember the different sentence structures we've looked at in class this term. Take your time and ensure you have at least 3 sentences per paragraph, but no more than 9 sentences per paragraph. Good luck - we look forward to reading what you've written. You can either take a photo or type your story and then submit your story through Teams or email, whichever is easiest.
Art WC 22nd Nov
In art this term, we have been studying Andy Warhol. Using the picture below as inspiration, can you create your own 'Ethel Skull Thirty-Six Times' using a picture of yourself or someone else in your family? Or, you could research more of his art work and create something else inspired by his artwork.
History and English WC 29th Nov-3rd Dec
This week in History, we have been learning to compare and contrast two city-states of ancient Greece: Athens and Sparta.
These two city states were ruled by two different governments and life was very different depending on where you lived.
Watch the video (and look at the PDF for more information) to compare Athens and Sparta. Draw a table and discuss the differences in lifestyle, education, government, economy and women.
|The Athenians learnt to read and write. They enjoyed the arts such as watching plays and listening to music.||Spartans lived their life for the military. They were interested in keeping fit and strong so they could win in battle|
Read the document titled 'Growing up in Sparta'
Using this information, write a diary entry from the viewpoint of a Spartan boy.
What would it be like to live 'the day in the life of a Spartan boy'? What would he have for breakfast? What gruelling schedule would he go though daily?
-Write in the 1st person (eg I woke up at 6am..)
-Include events in chronological order.
-Include feelings and emotions.
-Start with, 'Dear Diary,'
English 1st Dec - Christmas Wishes
Open up the PDF below to find out more about your English activity for today.