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Class 15

Welcome to the Class 15 Page.

Hope you have had a nice weekend.

For this week’s school work please look at the details below.

CPSClass15@corporationroad.darlington.sch.uk


Week Commencing 25th May

ENGLISH
MATHS

Answers


Week Commencing 18th May

ENGLISH
MATHS

Week Commencing 11th May

READING AND WRITING
GRAMMAR
MATHS

Week Commencing 4th May

READING

Complete the new reading comprehension activity: The Charge of the Light Brigade (poetry)

Continue to read what you can about WWII.

Complete the home project reading tasks.

Please remember to send me your completed work either via a scanned document or photo to the class email (this was sent out via Marvellous Me).

You can also use the following website and login details to read different books. You could also talk to somebody at home about what you have read or write about them as a book review.

WRITING

Focus: (1) suffixes

             (2) project writing

Grammar

This week I have included some grammar practice on suffixes 

Writing

Please complete two of the writing tasks on the project grid and send them to me and I will highlight them / mar them and send them back.

Please remember to send me your work via scanned document or photo to the class email on the school website.

MATHS

Focus: calculating with fractions 

Mental Arithmetic 

Keep practising your multiplication tables by doing 15 minutes per day on TTRS, before you do you Maths work. You all know you Times Table Rock Stars log-on details.

Fractions

This week’s main work is on calculating with fractions. 

There are 4 worksheets and also the answer sheets for your parents.

By using this link and looking at summer week 3 you can watch a teaching video of how to do the sheets – just like I do in class.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

Remember to send me you work via photo via email or any questions if you are stuck.

Thanks


Week Commencing 27th April

Complete the new reading comprehension activity: Throwing a Tree (poetry)

Continue to read what you can about WWII.

Complete the home project reading tasks.

Please remember to send me your completed work either via a scanned document or photo to the class email (this was sent out via Marvellous Me).

You can also use the following website and login details to read different books. You could also talk to somebody at home about what you have read or write about them as a book review.

WRITING

Focus: (1) punctuating lists correctly

             (2) project writing

Grammar

This week I have included some grammar practice on punctuating lists. 

Writing

Please complete two of the writing tasks on the project grid and send them to me and I will highlight them / mar them and send them back.

Please remember to send me your work via scanned document or photo to the class email on the school website.

MATHS

Mental Arithmetic 

Keep practising your multiplication tables by doing 15 minutes per day on TTRS, before you do you Maths work. You all know you Times Table Rock Stars log-on details.

Angles in quadrilaterals

Each day on the video there is a little starter task on the property of shapes to remind you of that.

This week’s main work is on the angles in quadrilaterals. 

There are 4 worksheets and also the answer sheets for your parents.

By using this link and looking at summer week 2 you can watch a teaching video of how to do the sheets – just like I do in class.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

Remember to send me you work via photo via email or any questions if you are stuck.

Thanks

HOMEWORK ACTIVITIES

READING

Complete the new reading comprehension activity: The Telephone Box

Continue to read what you can about WWII.

Complete the home project reading tasks.

Please remember to send me your completed work either via a scanned document or photo to the class email (this was sent out via Marvellous Me).

You can also use the following website and login details to read different books. You could also talk to somebody at home about what you have read or write about them as a book review.

WRITING

Focus: (1) punctuating lists correctly

             (2) project writing

Grammar

This week I have included some  grammar practice on punctuating lists. 

Writing

Please complete two of the writing tasks on the project grid and send them to me and I will highlight them / mar them and send them back.

Please remember to send me your work via scanned document or photo to the class email on the school website.

MATHS

Focus: missing angles

Mental Arithmetic 

Keep practising your multiplication tables by doing 15 minutes per day on TTRS, before you do you Maths work. You all know you Times Table Rock Stars log-on details.

Missing Angles

Each day there is a little starter task on ratio to remind you of that.

This week’s main work is on missing angles. 

There are 4 worksheets and also the answer sheets for your parents.

By using this link and looking at summer week 1 you can watch a teaching video of how to do the sheets – just like  I do in class.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

Remember to send me you work via photo via email or any questions if you are stuck.

Thanks

LESSON 1

LESSON 1 ANSWERS

LESSON 2

LESSON 2 ANSWERS

LESSON 3

LESSON 4

LESSON 4 ANSWERS


Week Commencing 13th April

READING

Complete the new reading comprehension activity: The Holiday

Continue to read what you can about WWII.

Complete the home project reading tasks.

Please remember to send me your completed work either via a scanned document or photo to the class email (this was sent out via Marvellous Me).

You can also use the following website and login details to read different books. You could also talk to somebody at home about what you have read or write about them as a book review.

WRITING

Focus: (1) synonyms and antonyms 

Grammar

This week I have included some   grammar practice about synonyms and antonyms. 

Please remember to send me your work via scanned document or photo to the class email on the school website and I sent it out via Marvellous Me.

MATHS

Focus: finding pairs of values

Mental Arithmetic 

Knowledge of multiplication tables remains essential for the more challenging algebra work that you will be doing so spend 15 minutes per day, before you do you Maths work, practising these. You all know you Times Table Rock Stars log-on details.

I have also included some arithmetic questions this week to practice.

Finding Pairs of values

This week’s algebra work further work on finding pairs of values.

Remember

A simple example of this is:

a + b = 5 so what could a and b be?

  • a could be 4 and b could be 1
  • a could be 3 and b could be 2
  • there are other possibilities obviously

Sometimes there are other rules to meet though, for example:

a + b = 5 but a is always odd so what possibilities are there?

  • A could 1, 3 or 5 and be would be its partner (e.g. 1+4)
  • A could not be 2 as it is not odd

I have included 3 worksheets that gives you some fluency, reasoning and problem solving. 

Please email me if you would like some more.

Remember to send me you work via photo via email or any questions if you are stuck.

Thanks


Week Commencing 6th April

READING
WRITING

Focus: (1) Cohesion (2) narrative

Grammar

This week I have included some further grammar practice about cohesion and links. This refers to sentence openers, pronouns, conjunctions – basically devices that link your ideas together. There are two sheets to work through.

Writing

This week’s writing will be your final piece based on WWII.

This week I would like you to plan and write a story about something that could have happened to Bruno after he met the boy in the camp. Imagine you are Bruno and you get the boy out from the camp. What story can you think of for that situation? What could happen? 

Remember that the key features that we talked about include:

  • An interesting opening. Perhaps the end at the start?
  • Paragraphs with suitable openers.
  • A range of sentence structures, including: complex, embedded, relative and short.
  • A range of description, such as adjectives, adverbs and interesting verbs but then going further to include some figurative language.
  • A range of punctuation.
  • Dialogue / speech between the characters.

Please remember to send me your work via scanned document or photo to the class email on the school website and I sent it out via Marvellous Me.

MATHS

Focus: finding pairs of values

Mental Arithmetic 

Knowledge of multiplication tables remains essential for the more challenging algebra work that you will be doing so spend 15 minutes per day, before you do you Maths work, practising these. You all know you Times Table Rock Stars log-on details.

I have also included some arithmetic questions this week to practice.

Finding Pairs of values

This week’s algebra work is looking at finding pairs of values.

A simple example of this is:

a + b = 5 so what could a and b be?

  • a could be 4 and b could be 1
  • a could be 3 and b could be 2
  • there are other possibilities obviously

Sometimes there are other rules to meet though, for example:

a + b = 5 but a is always odd so what possibilities are there?

  • A could 1, 3 or 5 and be would be its partner (e.g. 1+4)
  • A could not be 2 as it is not odd

I have included a worksheet that gives you some fluency, reasoning and problem solving. 

Please email me if you would like some more.

Remember to send me you work via photo via email or any questions if you are stuck.

Thanks

PROJECT ACTIVITIES

Week Commencing 30th March

READING

Complete the new reading comprehension activity.

Continue to read what you can about WWII.

Complete the home project reading tasks.

Please remember to send me your completed work either via a scanned document or photo to the class email (this was sent out via Marvellous Me).

You can also use the following website and login details to read different books. You could also talk to somebody at home about what you have read or write about them as a book review.

WRITING

Focus: (1) Cohesion (2) narrative

Grammar

This week I have included some grammar practice about cohesion and links. This refers to sentence openers, pronouns, conjunctions – basically devices that link your ideas together. There are two sheets to work through.

Writing

This week I would like you to plan and write a story about something that could have happened to you if you were a child who was evacuated from London during The Blitz. Imagine you were sent to live in the countryside with your family away from the danger. What could happen? Go on the internet and research what it was like to be an evacuee for some ideas.

Remember that the key features that we talked about include:

  • An interesting opening. Perhaps the end at the start?
  • Paragraphs with suitable openers.
  • A range of sentence structures, including: complex, embedded, relative and short.
  • A range of description, such as adjectives, adverbs and interesting verbs but then going further to include some figurative language.
  • A range of punctuation.
  • Dialogue / speech between the characters.

Please remember to send me your work via scanned document or photo to the class email on the school website and I sent it out via Marvellous Me.

For extra practice I will set a daily task on Learning by Questions. To use this go to your app store and download LbQ tasks and just enter the daily code that I send out and do the questions and I can see your progress.

MATHS

Focus: two-step algebra questions

Mental Arithmetic 

Knowledge of multiplication tables remains essential for the more challenging algebra work that you will be doing so spend 15 minutes per day, before you do you Maths work, practising these. You all know you Times Table Rock Stars log-on details.

I have also included some arithmetic questions this week to practice.

Two-Step Algebra Problems

Last week, I set you work on one-step algebra problems where you used inverse operations to find missing numbers. This week the problems will have two steps and again you will be using inverse operations. This is very much like the missing number questions we have done where you start with the answer and work backwards using inverses to find the starting number. 

For example:

A number has 5 added to it and is then multiplied by 4 to give an answer of 60. As a number sentence this would be n + 5 x 4 =60

To find the number we would work backwards using the inverse so it would be:

60 ÷ 4 – 5 = 10

The same applies to two-step algebra. For example, 5x + 3 = 28

This means five times x add 3 is 28 so the inverse would be 28 – 3 ÷ 5 = 5 so x = 5!

Start with the answer and work backwards using the inverse.

There are 3 worksheets to work through over the week.

Remember to send me you work via photo via email or any questions f you are stuck.

For extra practice I will set a daily task on Learning by Questions. To use this go to your app store and download LbQ tasks and just enter the daily code that I send out and do the questions and I can see your progress.

PROJECT WORK

Week Commencing 23rd March

Please download the Year 6 learning pack by clicking the image below:

READING

Focus: (1) Standard English (2) narrative

Complete both reading comprehension activities.

Continue to read what you can about WWII.

Complete the home project reading tasks.

You can also use the following website and login details to read different books. You could also talk to somebody at home about what you have read or write about them as a book review.

TITLEDOWNLOAD
Comprehension 1 – Christopher ColumbusView
Comprehension 2 – Robert BurnsView
WRITING

 Focus: (1) Standard English (2) narrative 

Grammar 

Following on from our work on using Standard English, complete the worksheet. Remember, using Standard English essentially means making sure it makes sense. This could be the tense, missing word, not using slang and crucially make sure the correct verbs are being used (for example, was/were). 

Writing 

We have been writing about WWII using The boy in the striped pyjamas as our inspiration. Last week, you wrote a story from a different perspective (the train). This week I would like you to use what we learnt and your experience of writing that story to write a story from the point of view of a fire engine in London during The Blitz. 

Remember that the key features that we talked about include: 

  • An interesting opening. Perhaps the end at the start? 
  • Paragraphs with suitable openers. 
  • A range of sentence structures, including: complex, embedded, relative and short. 
  • A range of description, such as adjectives, adverbs and interesting verbs but then going further to include some figurative language. 
  • A range of punctuation. 
  • Dialogue / speech between the characters. 

For extra practice I will set a daily task on Learning by Questions. To use this go to your app store and download LbQ tasks and just enter the daily code that I send out and do the questions and I can see your progress. 

MATHS

 Focus: one-step algebra questions 

Mental Arithmetic 

Knowledge of multiplication tables is essential for the algebra work that you will be doing so spend 15 minutes per day, before you do you Maths work, practising these. You all know you Times Table Rock Stars log-on details. 

One Step Algebra Problems 

In algebra unknown values (numbers) are represented by letters. 

2 + a = 7 

In this example we would use an inverse operation to calculate 7-2=5 to work out that a represents 5. 

If a letter has number right next to it, it means multiplied so 7a means a multiplied by 7. If a represented 3, 7a actually means 7 x a which means 7 x 3 =21. 

If a letter has a line under it, in the style of a fraction, it means divided by so b/7 means b divided by 7. Therefore if b represented 21, b/7 would equal 21 divided by 7 so it would be 3. 

For all of these operations use inverse operations to find the missing numbers. 

  • a + 11 = 15 would be solved by the inverse so 15-11 = 4 so a =4 
  • a – 7 = 5 would be 5+7 = 12 so a would be 12 
  • 4a = 20 would be 20 divided by 4 so a would be 5 
  • a/3 = 5 would be 5 x 3 so a would be 15. 
  • As we learnt in class, there are some situations where the inverse doesn’t work so the key is to test your answer in the original calculation to check if it works. 

Sometimes the operations used in algebra are known as functions so in this example the function applied is it has been multiplied by 7. 

5 x 7 =35 

Now complete the one-step algebra worksheet. 

For extra practice I will set a daily task on Learning by Questions. To use this go to your app store and download LbQ tasks and just enter the daily code that I send out and do the questions and I can see your progress. 

PROJECT WORK

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