Well done everyone we have made it to Friday!
It has been excellent to see everyone this week and as always I have been really impressed with how well you are completing your home learning, keep it up. See you all next week for some more home learning.
In maths today we are going to be looking at measuring scales.
To work out how we read scales you need to work out what each little line means. An easy way to work out the is buy counting how many lines are between 0 and the first marked number on the scales.
Look at this example to help you.
Here are todays activity sheets.
Today I would like you to use your plan, that you did yesterday and write your very own letter to the corona virus persuading it to go away.
Think about all the reasons we said yesterday in our meet about how bad it is and then use these arguments to be as persuasive as possible.
Remember to include the features of persuasive writing we looked at.
- Imperative verbs
- Adjectives – rich description
- Conjunctions- To extend our sentences
- Rhetorical questions.
Then make sure you formal letter is laid out correctly.
- The senders address is put at the top right hand side
- The address of the person receiving the letter goes on the left hand side below the sender’s address. (make this up)
- The date
- Greeting — Dear Sir or Madam. You can use the titles Miss, Mrs. or Mr. if you know the name of the person to whom you are writing
- The main text or message
- Close — Yours faithfully or Yours sincerely
- Write name in block letters (this is to ensure that the person receiving the letter knows exactly who has sent it. Signatures may not be very clear)
As its Friday have a good dance to this song.
Today in music I would like you to listen to the song below and answer these questions.
Do you like the song?
What can you hear?
What is the style of music?
Jamming is another song by the roots reggae band Bob Marley and The Wailers from their 1977 album Exodus. The song is about jam sessions. Jamming is when a band gets together and improvises around a song or tune they know. Bob Marley’s wife Rita Marley and his children, who were in a band called Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers, have performed the song during a tribute concert to Bob.
Robert Nesta “Bob” Marley, (6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981) was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician. He was the rhythm guitarist and lead singer for the reggae band Bob Marley and The Wailers (1963–1981). Bob Marley is the most famous performer of roots reggae music, and has helped spread both Jamaican music and the Rastafari movement to a worldwide audience.
Have a look at the video below and see if you can draw the famous tower bridge in London.
Have a great weekend everyone, keep smiling.