It’s Friday! Hope you have had a good week and are looking forward to getting back in the classroom on Monday. Have a good weekend, relax and enjoy the weather. Home learning activities for today follow:
Learning Objective/Focus: Studying the vocabulary in The Highwayman, identifying different types of adverbial and writing a character study.
Read or listen to The Highwayman. You could use the PowerPoint or you could use this reading:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99UH0JB7m5A Choose some words from Vocabulary List. Can you find out what they could mean? What is their meaning in the poem?
Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about adverbials. Complete Adverbials Practice.
Choose one of the characters that you made notes about yesterday. Write about this character. Explain what we learn about them in the poem and imagine what might have happened to them before the poem and what will happen to them afterwards. Include adverbials in your writing.
Can you make up a play that would tell the story of the Highwayman?
Act out a scene, or write a script, or make a filmed version with toys.
Learning Objective/Focus: Area of a triangle part 3.
Main input: See PowerPoint.
Problem Solving activity.
Learning Objective/Focus: To develop understanding of the nature, processes and methods of science.
Japan is an island country that is seventy % mountainous.
As Japanese archipelago stretches north and south, having many islands, mountains and valleys that split the land, wide varieties of natural environments are observed.
Japan is located upon the edge of several tectonic plates so that it has a number of active volcanoes like Showa-shinzan and Sakurajima. As a result, Japan has a variety of volcanic landscapes, including caldera and fuketsu (a cave from which cold winds blow) that were made because of volcanic activities. There are many geothermal areas that developed hot springs.
Surrounded by seas as well as much precipitation, Japan is a country rich in water so you can find a variety of water scenes. Coastal areas, in particular, you can see beaches, bluffs, sandy beaches, tidelands and coral reefs that serve as habitats for many birds and fishes.
Locate and show where a natural disaster has happened in Japan.
Describe and draw a Japanese Crane.
Write a report about why earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis occur in Japan.
Write a Japanese Tanka poem about the nature of Japan (think mountains, volcanoes, cherry blossoms).
Well, hopefully this will be the final home learning that you need to access. Looking forward to seeing you all in class on Monday. Take care and stay safe.