Watch the video of me below to take your spelling test! I will repeat the word twice and also give you a sentence including the word to put it in to the correct context. Check last Wednesday's star on the website to tick or fix. Good luck!
Maths - Converting between hours, minutes and seconds
Please start with the recap quiz. Next, watch the Oak Academy video, pausing the video when you get to an activity. The main sheet contains your activities for the whole video. You will also need a pair of scissors and some glue.
When you have completed the video and activities, give the exit quiz a try too.
We've just noticed that the lesson for today is the same as yesterday's lesson and that the session for yesterday was incorrect. Luckily, it will not impact you learning and you will still be able to do the work as planned. If you want to, you can have a look at yesterday's lesson and add the voacbulary to your work.
Apologies, it was an issue with copying the incorrect link to the website.
Here's the lesson that we should have had yesterday.
Today, you will be writing a plan for your build up. Please make sure that you use the vocabulary that we wrote yesterday as you can include this in your planning.
Mild - if you are struggling to think of sentence starters you can use, please feel free to magpie some of Ms Salter's. As you are writing them down, can you think of alternative adjectives/adverbs/verbs that you could use instead of what is on the screen, e.g. Ms Salter's - anxiously approached his wife, you could say anxiously walked to his wife.
Spicy and Hot - use Ms Salter's sentences if you need support like the mild option however try to write your phrases as independently as you can.
In today’s lesson, you will identify what human rights are and how they protect people. By the end of the lesson, you will understand the rights that we have as human beings. You will create a poster demonstrating human rights and what they are.
Zoom Chat – 4E @ 2:00 - 2:30 4C @ 2:30 – 3:00
Any instructions for today's zoom call will be in today's daily connect video.