Good morning Oak Class! I hope you’re all ok! Mrs Poole and I can’t wait to see you at 11am for our first Google Meet!
Day 5 – Friday
Find English for today’s lesson 12th June.
Reading Lesson – The Wolves of Willoughby Chase by Joan Aiken
LI – to learn how to find information from a text and summarise a character.
Remember, when following links online, parents should monitor that children are remaining on that page only and are keeping safe online.
LI – to write a blog with a balance of facts and emotions.
Task 2. Read facts about Mount Everest on page 6 of the following extract, making notes in your Home Learning Book as you read Everest: The Remarkable Story of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay by Alexandra Stewart: https://www.lovereadin g4kids.co.uk/book/1619 6/Everest-The- Remarkable-Story-of- Edmund-Hillary-and- Tenzing-Norgay-by- Alexandra-Stewart.html (You will need to become a member of LoveReading4Kids. Membership is free). Follow Edmund Hillary on his trek up Mount Everest (by clicking the links to each part of the journey) here Scholastic – Relive Edmund Hillary’s Trek to the top of the world: http://teacher.scholastic
Task 3. Based on what you have read about the expedition to Mount Everest, imagine you are Edmund Hillary about to embark on this journey. Write a blog (suspend your disbelief to imagine you have the facilities!) outlining each part of your journey. Try to have a balance of both facts and emotions he would have been feeling at each point. Remember to share your work with me.
11am – Google Meet
LI – to solve problems involving time, including converting between units of time.
Find the Maths lesson for today – 12th June – Maths in football
For the maths extension group we are continuing with the White Rose hub. Please click on the link below and find Summer Term, Week 3 (w/c 4th May) and select lesson 5. This is the Friday Challenge. Remember that the problems start off easier and get more difficult. See which ones you and your family can do.
LI – to solve problems in a range of contexts.
I’d like you to begin today’s Stilling Time by watching and listening to the following song:
Now, I’d like you to access the Getting-Ready-to-Go-Big-2020-1 home challenge that we have been working on over the last two weeks. There will still be some of the challenges that you haven’t done so have a go at one or two of them depending on how long they take you.
Transition – Google Classroom
Yesterday, I assigned you your first piece of work on Google Classroom which is in support of our transition work. If you log on to your account you’ll see it there. The due date is next Friday (19th) at 3pm but you can do it at any point between now and then. Once you’re finished, you’ll need to submit it. I’m really hoping to get 26 pieces of work submitted.
LI – to consider my hopes and worries for my move to secondary school.
Please do Mr Garvey’s PE challenge for today.
LI – to know some of the names that faiths other than Christianity give to God.
Muslims believe there is one God (Allah) and they give him 99 beautiful names to describe his nature and characteristics. Please watch the following YouTube clip which gives all 99 names for Allah (written in English at the bottom of the screen). Which names are your favourite? Why? Record your ideas in your Home Learning Book.
Hindus believe Brahman is the supreme God who controls the universe. Brahman, who is limitless, manifests himself in many forms and therefore Hindus appear to worship many gods with different physical appearances, different names and characteristics. However, Hindus believe they are all part of the same deity. Can you think of any similarites with Christian beliefs about the Holy Trinity? For example, Vishnu restores, Shiva destroys, Brahama creates, Ganesh is the remover of obstacles, Saraswati is the goddess of learning, Lakshmi is the goddess of good fortunes and well-being, Agni, the fire god, and Indra wields a thunderbolt and is a protector and provider of rain. Hindus are devoted to the god who inspires them most.
Watch the following YouTube clip and look really carefully at the images of the Hindu gods. Think about the objects they carry, their clothing and colour which all symbolise the various aspects of their story, character and powers. At first glance the Hindu gods seem to be very different to Christianity and they are. However when you look more closely at the names, attributes and character, many similarities can be found.
After watching the clip, choose one of the Hindu gods and find an online image of them that you can draw and colour in (do this in your Home Learning Book under today’s LI). Once you have drawn your picture, annotate around it with similarities and differences between the Hindu god you have chosen and the Christian God. Use one colour for similarlities and one colour for differences.
Don’t forget to check out today’s Learning Review and thank you to all those who have shared work with us this week. We have been really impressed with everything we’ve seen! Remember, you are all (children and parents) doing an amazing job in very difficult circumstances. Thank you for all you are doing and have a well-earned rest this weekend!
Mrs Fitz x