Monday 15th June
Good morning Year 6. I hope you had a fabulous weekend.
Below is today's learning, I hope you enjoy becoming a speech expert this week!
|2-2:30||Well being activity|
Exercise-Please do the live online Joe Wicks workout (on YouTube) or an exercise of your choice.
English – The House with Chicken Legs/ Speech Writing
L.O: To identify and understand the features of a great speech.
SC1: I can understand why people make speeches
SC2: I can explain what makes a good speech
SC3: I can pick out key features in speeches
This week we are going to be focusing on speeches in both our English lessons and our challenge tasks.
Firstly, I would like you to think about what you may already know about speeches. You might like to bullet point what you already know...
Then look at the PowerPoint on great speeches.
Read Martin Luther’s speech ‘I have a dream’ and highlight or underline all of the persuasive FEARRR technique's:
FACTS AND OPINIONS
ADDRESS THE AUDIENCE
RULE OF THREE
Next, in the margin, please write a technique for each.
Now watch Martin Luther King delivering his very famous speech:
Maths – Cake time (problem solving)
L.O. – to solve problems using use short multiplication and division of decimals.
SC1: I can multiply and divide decimals
SC2: I can round decimals to decimals to 2d.p.
SC3: I can explain my methods and reasoning.
Today we are going to solve this problem:-
Mr Birthday has a square birthday cake and he wants to share it equally between himself and his 2 friends. However, Mr Birthday only likes to eat things that are in square shapes!! How could Mr Square give himself and his 2 friends a square piece of cake? And what total area can they get to eat?
Watch the video tutorial from Mrs Millett explaining the problem and skills we need to use. Don’t forget to pause the video to solve the challenges set as you go along.
Please complete as much of the table attached as you can.
The answers are included on our class page so you can self-mark-good luck!
I would love to see a picture of your work too!
Create a speech about your ideal world.
What would an ideal world look like?
LO: To be able to explain how I will present my ideas for an “ideal world”
SC1. I can consider what skills I need to be able to create a speech.
SC2. I can consider which topics interest me and explain why.
SC3. I can begin to think about how my speech will link to “Rights Respecting”.
Please watch the “challenge video” created by Mrs Mitchell and Miss Fermor:
They have set you the challenge of creating a speech about your ideal world. Your speech will be linked to what has happened to our world over the last few months. You will need to think about how in such difficult times there have been some glimmers of hope as pollution has fallen, animals are thriving and people are being kinder and more thoughtful towards each other.
Today’s Task: start to think about how you will start to research your “ideal world”.
a) What is the task?
Explain what the task is and the purpose of it.
b) What do I need to know? What are my areas of interest?
List all the things you will need to know to complete this challenge e.g. I am fascinated by the environment so I will need to learn about…
c) What skills will I use?
List all the skills you will need to be able to complete this challenge e.g. research.
d) Questions you have about this challenge.
Where is the best place to find all the information? What will I need to research? Etc.
Remember to include drawings and to consider your layout and presentation. Ensure you aim high like you do in your learning journals at school.
If you want more guidance please look at my example on our webpage – reflective journal.
Well-being activity of your choice-for example: listen to music, take a walk outside (if allowed), play a game, draw, paint, dance, read.
Listen to and enjoy ‘Rooftoppers’ written by Katherine Rundell and read by Mrs Hunt. CHAPTER 2