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Tuesday 9th June
Good morning Year 6. I hope you have a super Tuesday and you enjoy your learning tasks.
Please do the live online Joe Wicks workout (on YouTube) or an exercise of your choice.
‘The House with the Chicken Legs’
L.O: I can draw inferences from what I have read.
I can explain how characters feel
I can use evidence from the text
I can summarise key ideas from the text
Read the prologue (pg1-10) of ‘The House with chicken legs’ attached below.
Key Questions to answer:
What words or sentences give you an idea of how Marinka feels about living in a house with chicken legs?
What is missing from Marinka’s life, and how is the house preventing her from getting this?
(Please answer the above questions in full sentences, using words and quotes from the text)
Challenge Task: In the House with Chicken Legs, death is portrayed as a journey. Marinka’s grandmother, Baba Yaga, acts as a guide on this journey- helping souls move from this world to the next through ‘The Gate’.
A soul can be thought of as part of someone that is separate from their body. Try drawing and labelling a picture to represent your soul. Think about what makes you, you to help you...
-What kind of character do you have? - e.g. Happy, thoughtful, funny, intelligent...
-What is important to you? E.g. Being kind, your family...
-What would your friends and family say about you?
-What are your favourite memories?
-What are your interests and beliefs?
(Keep this safe and ready for tomorrow’s English lesson)
Maths- Alphabet Factors (problem solving)
L.O. - identify and use appropriate operations to solve problems.
SC1: I can use a calculator.
SC2: I can find factors.
SC3: I can explain my methods and reasoning.
Today, I have another problem for you to solve. This one involves the alphabet and factors.
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.
Try and do Activity 1 and 2 if you can J There is an extra challenge as well.
The answers are included on our class page so you can self-mark-good luck!
LO: To research games from a period of history.
SC1. I can use websites to help research a chosen era of history.
SC2. I can make notes about my chosen game.
SC3. I can consider arguments for why I like my game and add them to my mind map
Yesterday, you began to think about the task and which era of history you would like to learn about/research. Today, I would like you to choose the era of history that interested you the most and begin to research the all the games from that era e.g. Egyptians. You can use books or with adult supervision you can use online websites to help you research.
If you want more ideas, then please look at my reflective journal and the notes I have begun to make notes about the era which excites me.
When adding to your existing mind map remember to include:
The era of history you are researching
What have you discovered about the different games?
Begin to consider which game interests you the most?
Tomorrow, you will be using this research to help you begin to think about how to make your own version of your chosen game.
Listen to and enjoy the story ‘The House with Chicken Legs’ by Sophie Anderson read by Miss Stuart.