If you are learning in school on Monday, you will need to bring in this week's Literacy learning about your Titanic passenger because we will be writing our diary entries. You'll have a tricky time in school without it.
Today, we’re going to be thinking about how important some of the characters is to the story so far and justifying our opinions- showing or proving we’re right. You'll need to think:
Who do you think is most important to the story? Why? Who do you think is least important to the story? Why?
Put the characters on the Ranking Table sheet in order from most (1) to least (6) important to the story so far and explain why you've put that character there. You can print out the sheet to write on or write in your lined exercise book. To challenge yourself, use things which have happened in text to explain your choice.
Today, we're going to think more about the fictional passenger whose diary entries we’re going to write next week. It's important that we have a really good idea what this person would be like so that we’ll be able to empathise (put ourselves in their shoes) and effectively write diary entries which sound like they were written by this person. You need to think carefully about your idea for the Titanic passenger so far and then sketch a picture of them. Then, label the picture with adjectives, verbs and figurative language (similes, metaphors or personification) to describe what they look like, how they behave and even things like how they speak or what they move like. To challenge yourself, label what the passenger might say or think about the Titanic too. Remember, we're putting ourselves in the Titanic passenger's shoes so don't write what you would say or think!
You could print out the sheet below to draw and write on or use your lined exercise book.
In maths today, we're going to look at ordering fractions, decimals and percentages using the methods we've used to convert between these already. Watch the video here https://vimeo.com/497643107 and then complete the sheet below. Like before, you may need to watch the video more than once and you will need to watch the video. Remember, if you're struggling, try and do the first page of the sheet. You can also find the answer sheet below to mark once you're finished. If you'd like to challenge yourself, there's a challenge sheet below. When you're finished, check your work with the answer sheet below.
Today, we're going to think about expected and unexpected behaviours and how they can create a behaviour cycle. Read the Friday PSHCE PDF below to find out more about today's learning. You can print off the Behaviour Sheet below or write in your lined exercise book.