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Year 5 and 6 Home Learning

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Write the first paragraph of your setting description. This could be a description as you approach the restaurant, takeaway or drive through! Remember to use your ideas and plan that you built up last week.

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Write the second paragraph of your setting description. This could be a description inside the restaurant or takeaway! Remember to use your ideas and plan that you built up last week.

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Write the final paragraph of your setting description. This could be a description as you finally eat the meal! Remember to use your ideas and plan that you built up last week.

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This is your opportunity to edit the work that you have completed already this week. Check for basic spelling, punctuation and grammar errors, as well as checking against the success criteria that you developed last week. Finally, try to improve choices of vocabulary by using an online thesaurus. Good luck!

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Give your work one final check, then you can publish it! Write up your piece of writing neatly into your exercise book or type using a word processing program.

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Your task this week is based around the hit Radio 4 show ‘Desert Island Discs’.

Now, I know what your first questions will be. Is there are radio station after Radio 1 and What on earth i Desert Island Discs?

Today’s task is to complete a little bit of research about the show. You may wish to research:

  • How long has the show been running?
  • Who presents the show?
  • What is the format of the show?
  • What do the famous people have to pick?
  • Which famous people have taken part in the show?

You may present your research in any way you like: mind map, bullet points, written paragraphs, poster… the choice is yours! You will need to complete this research tomorrow, as you start to think about your own Desert Island Discs!

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Once you have edited your writing, you can now publish it! Either write up your final draft neatly or type using a word processor. Keep checking spellings and punctuation as you work through.

 

If you would like to, you can send me your Desert Island Discs by photographing it and sending on my Class Dojo, or emailing to j.brown@tyldesley.llat.org.uk. I would love to put together a playlist of everybody's ultimate songs!

 

Arithmetic

Look through the arithmetic papers that you have completed this week. Correct any errors that you may have made. Alternatively, select one or two types of question and practise five different examples.

 

 

Arithmetic

Look through the arithmetic papers that you have completed this week. Correct any errors that you may have made. Alternatively, select one or two types of question and practise five different examples.

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Write the addresses and introduction paragraph of your persuasive letter. Remember the positioning of the addresses, the date and outline your argument in the introduction! Remember to use your ideas and plan that you built up from before half term.

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Write two of the main paragraphs for your persuasive letter. Look back at the features of a persuasive letter from your work last week: point/evidence/explain structure, formal vocabulary, superlatives, modal verbs, conjunctions, statistics, exaggeration, rhetorical questions... just don't try to squeeze them all in one paragraph!  Remember to use your ideas from your plan too!

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Write your final main paragraph and conclusion for your persuasive letter. Look back to yesterday's features and previous work when writing your main paragraph. For your conclusion, remember to reiterate your argument and highlight what you want as a result of the letter.  Remember to sign off too!

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This is your opportunity to edit the work that you have completed already this week. Check for basic spelling, punctuation and grammar errors, as well as checking against the success criteria that you developed last week. Finally, try to improve choices of vocabulary by using an online thesaurus. Good luck!

Arithmetic

Look through the arithmetic papers that you have completed this week. Correct any errors that you may have made. Alternatively, select one or two types of question and practise five different examples.

 

English

Once you have edited your writing, you can now publish it! Either write up your final draft neatly or type using a word processor. Keep checking spellings and punctuation as you work through.

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Continue to research any further facts that will support your non-chronological report. The more facts you have, the more selective you can be for when you start writing! 

 

Once you have done this, order your facts! Using your research sheet, number the facts in a logical order. For example, if you were writing a paragraph about The Queen, you would probably start with a fact about when she was born, not what her favourite flavour of crisps are (she looks like a Cheese and Onion fan...)

Arithmetic

Look through the arithmetic papers that you have completed this week. Correct any errors that you may have made. Alternatively, select one or two types of question and practise five different examples.

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