Today we are asking you to submit the Maths task.
Here is today’s learning:
Reading:How To Teach A Slug To Read
Learning Intention: We are learning to review the meaning of a text.
Success Criteria: I can describe how the slug has changed throughout the text.
In your scrapbook split a page in two. In one half write before and in the other half write after.
Draw the Slug before the story, making sure to write some sentences around his image that describe him and his circumstances.
Now draw the slug after the story, again making sure to write some sentences around his image that describe him now and his new circumstances.
We are revising the Smell the Rose rule.
– I will become familiar with the Gentle Cindy sound pack.
– I will explain the Smell the Rose rule.
– I will read words that have the /s/ and /z/ sounds in them correctly.
– I will sort the words together with the same sound.
Sound pack revision:
Join in with the sound pack demonstration
Now you’re going to follow the Smell the Rose rule and sort out some words.
In your lined book, write the heading Smell the Rose and today’s date.
Next, divide your page into two columns by folding the page in half lengthwise, press down on the fold and when you open your page back up you should see the two columns. Underneath the heading write ‘S sound’ at the top of one column, and ‘Z sound’ at the top of the other.
Finally, read the words in the table below and if they have a /s/ sound write it under the heading ’S’ sound and if it has a /z/ sound write it under the heading ‘Z’ sound. Read your words to someone at home and see if they agree. Tick or fix your work by checking the answers on the answer slide.
‘S sound’ ‘Z sound’
Writing:Grammar – ArticlesWatch the clip: https://youtu.be/9S1j5u0y9ogActivity – Literacy Planet task ‘Articles 4’
Writing – Free Write ThursdayWatch the clip: https://youtu.be/SmNtMXlfgzgActivity – Plan and draft a free choice piece of writingOrPlan and draft opinion – which is best real school or home school?
See Attachment 1
|Maths: (To be submitted)Learning Intention:|
We are learning to identify outcomes of familiar events involving chance and describe them using everyday language such as ‘will happen’, ‘won’t happen’ or ‘might happen’.
I can identify outcomes of events involving chance and describe them using everyday language.
Watch ‘The Language of Chance and Probability’ clip.
In your lined book write the heading What’s The Chance? and date 21.5.2020.
After taking a look at the Chance Events image write what is the chance of each of these events occurring using the language discussed in the clip. Remember there is no need to print the image – simply write the 3 statements and underneath each one write the probability of it occurring.
Create your own chance events showing something that will happen, might happen and won’t happen.
See Attachment 2
|Visual Arts:Please see this week’s Visual Arts Learning Task.|