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Class 16

Welcome to the Class 16 Page.

Hope you have had a nice weekend.

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

CPSClass16@corporationroad.darlington.sch.uk

Week Commencing 6th March

READING

Read your book, tell Mrs Caley what book you’re reading. Enjoy reading your book- reading for pleasure.

  • Create a quiz for your book and send it to Mrs Caley. 
  • Complete the reading comprehension about Valentina Tereshkova. 

Remember the skills we have learned.  Can you identify the domain of each question before you answer it?

WRITING

A huge ‘thank you’ and ‘well done’ to those children who have shared some of their writing with me. I really enjoyed reading it and it was lovely that you shared it with me.  J

Keep it coming!

Write a short book review about the book you are reading at the moment / or another book you have finished recently.

  • Remember to say:

The title of the book. What genre is the book? Is it an adventure… a mystery… a ‘real life’ story? Funny (humour)?

What the book is about… an overview of the story / characters. Remember to give details about the story but the trick is not to retell the story… people still need to read it.

Whether or not the characters were likeable- and reasons why. Did you identify with the characters (would they be your friend?) Why?

Who would enjoy the book and reasons why? Why would you recommend the book?

  • Remember to write using: a range of sentence types (clauses and the position of the clauses), a range of punctuation, a range of sentence openers, a range of connectives.
  • Organise your work into paragraphs (read your work carefully, check the sentences make sense and flow. Are there links between the sentences and paragraphs? How have you linked your paragraphs? – repetition, adverbial link, ellipsis?)
  • Proof read your work- find and correct any errors, including spelling.
SPELLING

Practise spellings from the following link…. https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/list-335.htm

EnglishBengaliPolishWord in a sentence
crumbক্ষুদ্র টুকরাকরাokruchThe waiter brushed the crumb off the table.
dumbমূকgłupiHe was struck dumb with horror.
limbঅবয়বkończynaHe lost a limb in the accident.
numbঅসাড়zdrętwiałyMy fingers are numb with cold.
plumberসীসকhydraulikWe had to call out the plumber to fix the sink
tombসমাধিgróbThe tomb of the dead hero has many visitors.
catacombভুগর্ভস্থসমাধিক্ষেত্রkatakumbacatacomb is an underground cemetery.
debtঋণdługDebt can cripple a country’s economy.
doubtসন্দেহwątpićdoubt that we will make it on time.
subtleসূক্ষ্মsubtelnyThe girl gave her friend a subtle hint that it was time to leave the party.

Give yourself some time to practise your spellings, then email me your score….. how did you do?

MATHS

Follow the link below to practise multiplication word problems

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-6/multiply-a-two-digit-number-by-a-three-digit-or-four-digit-number-word-problems

Remember your project work too. I’d love to hear what you have discovered and whether you are enjoying it.

Week Commencing 30th March

READING

Continue to enjoy reading your book.

Follow this link and see if there is a new book you’d like to read.

Read your book – tell Mrs Caley what book you’re reading.

Create a quiz for your book and send it to Mrs Caley. 

We could share our quizzes with other people who are reading the same book as you. 

WRITING

I’d really like to hear your ideas… 

What do you think the next few weeks will be like at home? How will you keep yourself busy? What tasks and routine will you set for yourself? Could you learn a new skill? Could you come back to school a ‘skipping champion’ like Mrs Caley?

Create a routine for your coming days… 

Set yourself a goal or a challenge… What could it be? To read a book? To become a skipping pro? Become a ‘keepy uppy’ champion?  Learn to say please, thank you, hello and goodbye in five different languages.

Learn a new skill- learn a magic trick? Learn to knit? Learn to make paper origami models? Cook a simple dish? Draw and paint? 

Complete a short piece of writing linked to these ideas. Describe what you will do and the reasons for you choosing these skills and challenges. 

I really look forward to reading your ideas / writing.

Write a diary about your first week.

What have you done? How do you fill your time? What has it been like? How have you felt? 

What has been nice? What has been difficult or hard? 

Remember to write using past tense, first person, include your personal thoughts and feelings.

Remember to include: a range of punctuation, a range of sentence openers, a range of connectives, links within and across paragraphs (adverbials, repetition, ellipsis).

Email me any work to our class email address…  CPSClass16@corporationroad.darlington.sch.uk

MATHS

follow the link below to practise add and subtract word problems

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-6/add-and-subtract-whole-numbers-word-problems

SPELLINGS

Practise spellings from the following link…. https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/list-335.htm

EnglishBengalipolishWord in a sentence
wreckধ্বংসwrakThe wreck of the speedboat is submerged in the lake.
wrestleমল্লযুদ্ধzmagać sięWe saw the policeman wrestle the burglar to the ground.
wretchনরাধমnieszczęśnikMy cold made me feel like a wretch.
wrinkleবলিzmarszczkaGrandma says she has a new wrinkle every day.
writheপাক দেত্তয়াwić sięWe watched the poor animal writhe in agony.
wroughtপেটাwykuteThe old gate is made of wrought iron.
wrenরেনstrzyżykThe wren is one of the smallest birds in Britain.
wristকব্জিnadgarstekShe wore a gold bangle on her wrist.
answerউত্তরodpowiedźHe was reluctant to answer my question.
swordতরবারিmieczThe sword was very sharp.

Remember your project work too. I’d love to hear what you have discovered and whether you are enjoying it.

Week Commencing 23rd March

READING

Continue to enjoy reading your book.

Follow this link and see if there is a new book you’d like to read.

WRITING

What do they think the next few weeks will be like at home? How will you keep yourself busy? What tasks and routine will you set for yourself? Could you learn a new skill? Could you come back to school a ‘skipping champion’ like Mrs Caley?

Create a routine for your coming days…  

Set yourself a goal or a challenge… What could it be? To read a book? To become a skipping pro? Become a ‘keepy uppy’ champion?  Learn to say please, thank you, hello and goodbye in five different languages.

Learn a new skill- learn a magic trick? Learn to knit? Learn to make paper origami models? Cook a simple dish? Draw and paint? 

Complete a short piece of writing linked to these ideas. Describe what you will do and the reasons for you choosing these skills and challenges.

I really look forward to reading your ideas / writing.

MATHS

Follow the link below to practise place values and numbers.

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-6/place-values

SPELLINGS

Practise spellings from the following link…. https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/list-334.htm

EnglishBengalipolishWord in a sentence
knackদক্ষতাdrygHe has a knack for gardening.
KnapsackঝোলাplecakMy water bottle is in my knapsack.
KneeহাঁটুkolanoI have a bruise on my knee.
Knitবুনাrobić na drutachI am going to knit a scarf.
Knollগোলাকার টিলাpagórekknoll is a small grassy hill.
Knobশক্ত গাঁটpokrętłoHe turned the knob to open the door.
Knockঠক্ঠক্pukanieThere was a loud knock at the door.
knowledgeজ্ঞানwiedza, umiejętnościBill has an extensive knowledge of history.
KnuckleগিঁটgolonkaI grazed my knuckle whilst playing hockey.
knotগিঁটwęzełThe knot was too tight to undo.

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