## Reading

Task 1 – Watch the video

Watch this video first – she’s a bit cheesy but she gives a pretty good summary of how to summarise!!

Task 2 – Read the Summarising Poster

Read the Summarising poster below and pay particular attention to the way they have summarised the story of The Three Little Pigs

Task 3 – Complete the TCS Comprehension (both stories)

Open up the TCS book
for your level. Read both stories and answer the questions in your Reading Tab
for Week 5 Tuesday. You can just read through the *‘Learning
About the Skill’* page, but you must answer all of the questions on *‘Practice
Page’* and* ‘On Your Own’.*

In the 2nd story you just need to complete the* “Try It Out’ *page.

## Writing

**Hyperboles**

- When you overstate or exaggerate it reinforces your point (argument) and gives it greater importance.
- A hyperbole is a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is.

**Task 1: Watch the video that gives examples of
hyperboles and explains what a hyperbole is. Then re-write the following
sentences (arguments) to exaggerate the situation. **Answer in your
OneNote, Writing, Week 5, Tuesday**:**

- Some kids should wear school uniforms.
- Students will give you lots of excuses about why they shouldn’t wear school uniform.
- Keeping animals in animals in cages is bad.
- We should keep the planet safe by banning plastic.
- Too much screen time isn’t very good for you.
- Pets are expensive.

**Task 2: Research at least one statistic to use that
supports your argument. **

**Refresh your memory about the structure of argument
paragraphs**

**Remember to include:**

Paragraph Openers

Details openers

Clearly state your argument

ONE argument per paragraph ONLY!! (make sure the supporting details and evidence matches this argument)

**Supporting details and evidence include:**

Examples

Statistics (you can research a statistic that matches your argument)

Expert opinion (eg: something a professor, doctor etc has said – you can research this)

Emotive language

Hyperbole

Task
3: Underneath your introduction from yesterday in your OneNote, Remote
Learning-Writing-Week 5-Persuasive page
write your argument paragraphs, use the checklist **above** to help you.

There is a list of openers below to help you:

**Paragraph Openers:**

- Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly
- Certainly,
- Specifically,
- Obviously,
- It’s obvious that
- Clearly,
- It’s crystal clear that

**Openers for the second paragraph:**

- Furthermore,
- Also,
- Likewise,
- Similarly,
- In addition,

**Openers for the third paragraph:**

- Finally,
- Lastly,

**Details:**

- For example
- In fact
- For instance
- In support of this
- It is certain
- Not only

## Maths

Learning Intention

To identify multiples of numbers.

Success Criteria

I can explain what a multiple is.

I can identify multiples of a number.

**What is a multiple?**

A multiple is a number that can be divided by another number a certain number of times without a remainder.

For example, the first ten multiples of 2 would be:

2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12,14, 16, 18, 20

The first ten multiples of 11 would be:

11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99, 110

**Task 1**

**Write down the first 10 multiples of the following
numbers**

- First 10 multiples of
**3**

- First 10 multiples of
**4**

- First 10 multiples of
**5**

- First 10 multiples of
**6**

- First 10 multiples of
**7**

- First 10 multiples of
**8**

- First 10 multiples of
**9**

- First 10 multiples of
**10**

**Task 2 – Circle, underline
or highlight only the multiples of each number **

**For example:**

**Identify the multiples of 10**

64 **20** 32
44 **50** **10**
17 89 **100**

I’ve shown all the multiples of 10 by putting them in bold. The others are not multiples of 10.

**Identify the multiples of 2**

22 5 11 14 6 3 9 10 36 21

**Identify the multiples of 3**

28 6 15 14 21 8 18 27 32

**Identify the multiples of 4**

13 26 32 14 24 16 9 37 10

**Identify the multiples of 5**

24 12 35 5 8 47 30 50 41

**Identify the multiples of 6**

12 4 40 24 15 19 31 36