I hope you have had a good week.
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 you will be sent English, Maths and Foundation Subject activities.
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 for sharing your learning with us. We have been so amazed with what you have already achieved, 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 some learning activities for today.
Learning Objective/Focus: Persuasive language
Main input: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/how-to-write-a-persuasivetext/zkcfbdm
Use the BBC English KS1 / KS2: How to write a persuasive text
To help you understand about persuasive language.
Persuasive language is used for many reasons, for example, to help to sell products or services, or to convince people to accept a view or idea. Politicians often use persuasive techniques to get their audience to agree with their views on a particular topic. If you do not have access to this website see how much you can remember from class teaching.
Activities: MUST – Write a newspaper headline about the impact of global warming. Write a caption for a photograph that shows the impact climate change is having on the world.
SHOULD – Write an article for the local newspaper about the impact of global warming. Remember to use the information you found in your research to persuade your readers.
COULD – Conduct an interview with members of your family to ascertain their opinions about climate change.
Extension Activity Ideas: Write a radio news report about one aspect of global warming
Learning Objective/Focus: Presenting findings using a graph
Main input: Record the hours of daylight and measure rainfall for the next week and record on a graph.
Activities: MUST – Record findings using a bar chart.
SHOULD – Record findings using a line graph.
COULD – Measure and record daily temperatures.
Extension Activity Ideas: Compare findings with a different country using the internet to research
Learning Objective/Focus: Use key vocabulary of time to convey understanding of the past
Main input: Think about someone that you admire and research their life. Look at their year of birth and important events during their
Activities: MUST – List the events in chronological order and produce a timeline.
SHOULD – Using the timeline expand on one event explaining why this was important and how you found out about it.
COULD – Write a letter to your significant person explaining what events in the past you admired and why.
Extension Activity Ideas: Write a biography about your person.
Learning Objective/Focus: Run, jump and throw in isolation with control.
Main input: Go outside and set up an assault course using everyday objects. Time yourself running the course and see if you can improve your time. Using a ball, that is appropriate, throw and catch using both hands.
Activities: MUST – How many times can you throw and catch the ball without dropping it? Try throwing the ball against a wall (if you have one) and catching it.
SHOULD – Run your assault course and improve on your time. Use stamina to keep going when you are beginning to feel a bit tired. Throw and catch the ball as many times as you can. How high can you throw the ball and still catch it?
COULD – Challenge other members of your family to race you.
Extension Activity Ideas: Design a ball game which is suitable for younger children than you.
Wishing you an amazing weekend.