Good afternoon Oak class, I hope that you’ve had a good morning’s work.
The Maths Extension answers for White Rose Hub are on the website.
The English Extension task possible answers are:
For the role on the wall activity:
True feelings of Mr Absalom inside the figure outline could include:
- Predatory looks
- Sly looks at others
- Gave Christopher a sour look
- Nostrils flaring as if he could smell money
Actions of Mr Absalom outside the figure outline could include:
- Happy, capering around the office
- Sympathetic look to the Chpaman’s
- Head tilted, eyes soft, well practised compassion
- Sighing, shaking his head
- Smiled at Mr and Mrs Chapman
- Moved as fast as a rattle snake
- Voice with a crack of emotion
- Dabbing at eyes with a tissue
- Speaking gently
- Voice high pitched
What are your impressions of Mr Absalom in the opening chapter.
- I think he is scheming and manipulative. He only cares about himself and not others. All he wants to do is make a sale and make money. He is happy to prey on other people’s misfortunes in order to make a sale.
Different types of activity
Babies – Gentle moving of limbs while lying on back and then front. When 6 months old can start pulling baby up from a lying to a sitting position. Having tummy time and encouraging child to grasp and stretch to reach toys.
Toddlers – should have at least 30 minutes structured activity every day, at least 60 minutes unstructured activity. They should not be inactive for more than an hour at a time.
Children 5-11 years old – Physical activity needs to build strength, coordination and confidence. Should get one hour of exercise daily, such as swimming, running, dancing, walking. Bone strengthening exercises should be completed at least three times a week.
Teenagers – need one hour physical activity daily. Strength exercises using body weight to help build strong bones, ligaments and tendons; Endurance activities such as running, throwing and catching; Cardiovascular fitness to help boost stamina and metabolism; Flexibility (children tend to become less flexible during this period of rapid growth).
Adults – need 150 minutes (2.5 hrs) of moderate to intense activity each week or at least 75 minutes of intense activity. Muscle strengthening activities should be undertaken twice a week.
Elderly – need 150 minutes (2.5 hrs) of moderate to intense activity each week or at least 75 minutes of intense activity. Muscle strengthening activities should be undertaken twice a week. The types of exercise could be increased to 300 minutes of moderate exercise including balance exercises three times a week.
All – everyone needs to be participating in regular daily exercise throughout their lives. Strengthening exercises are as important as cardiovascular exercises (exercises which increase your heart rate).
The pulse rate investigation will be individual results; depending upon the fitness level of the people in your family and the type of exercise that you asked them to do. If you have any pictures of your activity you can always email them to me.
Enjoy the rest of your day!