Today we are asking you to submit the Phonics task.
Here is today’s learning:
|Phonics: (To be submitted)Learning Intention:|
To form all letters correctly, using dotted thirds
To identify and apply words that follow the “floss” rule in simple sentences.
Success Criteria:I can follow a screencast and form letters correctly on dotted thirds.
I understand the “floss” rule.
MSL structure –
*Handwriting (a-m/n-z)*Focus on previous/new skill (Silent “e” syllables”)
*Application of new skill (Floss Rule)
Sustained reading (10mins): Choose the same book as yesterday (you can use Epic/library book/book from home) and read it quietly to yourself. Today we want you to draw and label all of the settings (places) in the story. You can use your scrapbook for this. You may split your page into quarters to draw the different settings.
Activity: Dictation sentences
Follow the screencast and write down the sentences that you are asked to write. Use your green pencil to colour the punctuation and use your red pencil to colour the floss rule words.
Reading:Learning Goal: Discuss the characters and settings of different texts and explore how language is used to present these features in different waysSuccess Criteria: to be able to know who the characters are and apply that by drawing a picture.
Activity:Watch the story How to Catch a Starhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3oQcKxE-ckActivity:Character
See Attachment 1
See Attachment 2
Writing:Grammar Focus: VerbsPunctuation focus: CommasWriting focus: Procedure
Please note:Learning Intention and success criteria are written on the slides.
Activity:Follow along with the attached screencast.Complete activities outlined in the screencast.
Complete the activity about using commas in a list.Watch and follow the procedure about “How to make a pasta necklace”.
Make a pasta necklace. If you are at school you can make your necklace after school or on the weekend if you are allowed. While at school, please just watch the screencast of how to make it.
Draw and label in Scrap book. There are options seen in the screencast for those at school and at home.
THE VOCABULARY OF FRACTIONS.
Please see screencast above.
We are learning that the number on the bottom of the fraction is called the DENOMINATOR.
We are learning that the number on top of the fraction is called the NUMERATOR.
We are learning that the line between the two numbers or dividing the two numbers is called the DIVISOR.
We can identify the DENOMINATOR in a fraction.
We can identify the NUMERATOR in a fraction.
We can identify the DIVISOR in a fraction.
Please use the worksheet below to identify the following.
Please use the first example about two quarters.
An adult could maybe help here by copying the fraction of two quarters onto a piece of paper for you to look at.
Thank you helpers.
All we need to do is point to:
the number on the bottom of the fraction and say its name – DENOMINATOR.
the number on the top of the fraction and say its name – NUMERATOR
The line which divides the numerator and denominator and say its name – DIVISOR
See Attachment 3
We are learning to identify and name fractions.
We can successfully complete all or some of the fraction choices on the worksheet above.
Using the WORKSHEET above.
There are 6 examples shown but do as many as you feel happy about completing as they are quite tricky!
If you are able to print this worksheet that would be helpful.
If you are unable to print the worksheet here are some useful hints.
Draw a circle by tracing around the bottom of your drink bottle or something else that has a round base.
Rule a line down the middle.
Rule a second line across the middle.
Now colour in only 2 of the 4 equal parts in blue or any colour of your choosing.
How many sections are coloured in?
Now count how many equal parts altogether?
So 2 of the 4 equal parts are coloured in.
This fraction’s name is two quarters.
Trace around the bottom of your drink bottle.
Ask an adult to help you divide this circle into 3 sections.
Then colour only 2 of the 3 equal parts in red.
You have now coloured 2 of the 3 equal parts.
This fraction’s name is two thirds
As there are 6 examples:
You might like to stop after 2 circles but if you would like to continue, follow the plan.
In this section please refer to the above SCREENCAST once again.
Entitled: Gillian Vocab for 19th. May
Draw the circle and ask an adult to help you divide it into the correct number of equal parts.
In this case there are 8 equal parts.
Then shade or colour 3 of the 8 equal parts.
The number you have coloured in goes on the top.
In this case 3.
This is called the numerator.
The number of equal parts altogether goes on the bottom.
In this case 8
This is called the denominator.
The line dividing the numerator and the denominator is called the divisor.
Check to see if only 3 of the 8 equal parts are coloured in.
This fraction’s name is three eighths
How are you going?
Try some more if you would like to!
Remember to follow the plan!
|Indonesian:Please see this week’s Learning Task.|