I hope you enjoyed your learning activities yesterday.
Once again we have provided a range for you to choose from, you do not and we do not expect you to do it all. You can choose your own challenge within the activities from;
MUST = an activity you should be able to complete independently
SHOULD = an activity you might need some support with
COULD = an activity which is likely you will need support from an adult or older sibling with
We have then also included some extension activities. These are activities which you may choose to undertake instead of the MUST, SHOULD and COULD or as well as. Which we will continue to do every day.
Every day we will provide English, Maths and Foundation Subject activity ideas.
If you would like some support, feedback on what you have completed or to talk to a teacher about your learning please email email@example.com requesting a call and a teacher will
telephone you either that day or the next between 9.30am and 12pm.
Thank you to all those who have sent us some examples of their learning. We very much enjoyed seeing what you have been up to so please do keep emailing examples in (scans, photos etc) and we will get back to you with some feedback about your learning, sometimes including some next steps or questions.
Below are today’s learning activities.
Learning Objective/Focus: Use colons in a list
Main input: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z4jf6g8/articles/z4k2xyc
Access link to find out about colons and semi-colons.
Colons and semicolons are two types of punctuation. Colons (:) are used in
sentences to show that something is following, like a quotation, example, or
list. Semicolons (;) are used to join two independent clauses, or two complete thoughts that could stand alone as complete sentences.
Activities: MUST – Design a poster to persuade people to make a change to help improve their impact on global warming.
SHOULD – Write sentences using a colon or semi-colon to be included in your poster.
COULD – Write a lesson to teach other pupils how to use a colon
Extension Activity Ideas: Use all the research so far to present a list of positive changes that could be used to reduce climate change using appropriate punctuation.
Learning Objective/Focus: Pictograms
Main input: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=pictograms
Use the link to investigate pictograms.
Activities: MUST – Complete activities and answer questions about information presented using pictograms.
SHOULD – Using findings from previous day present in pictogram format or complete a different survey and present using pictogram.
COULD – Compare pictograms and bar charts. List advantages and disadvantages.
Extension Activity Ideas: Write questions that can be answered using a pictogram.
Subject: ICT and computing
Learning Objective/Focus: Spreadsheets
Main input: Discuss how to use EXCEL and design a spreadsheet to input data collected from maths activities.
Activities: MUST – Input names and numbers.
SHOULD – Use formulae to answer calculation questions. Have many people like apples and pears?
COULD – Develop your spreadsheet so that you have more than one page.
Extension Activity Ideas: Use your spreadsheet to inform cinemas about favourite genre or supermarkets which fruit is the most popular.