Good morning Year 5. I hope you had a lovely weekend and possibly celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Here are your tasks for today:
Plan your non-chronological report on the Greeks so that you are ready to write it up tomorrow. This doesn’t have to be put onto the blog but writing your plan on paper will help you immensely tomorrow. We always love getting your work via e mail too!
Here is a suggested version of how it might look. You don’t have to necessarily use this as you are also welcome to create your own design, but if you are stuck for ideas it’s a good starting point. Remember the example that you looked at last Thursday as this may also give you ideas.
If you have been blogging and completing work regularly, you will already have all of the details that you need to go into each section. Remember that you looked at 5 important events, Olympics, government, clothing and theatre.
Today we are going to start looking at angles. The following link should act as a bit of revision:
- Complete the following:
- Name and define the 4 types of angles
- What are angles measured in?
- What instrument is used for measuring angles?
- How many degrees in a half turn?
- How many degrees in a full turn?
2. Answer the following question. The right hand example tells you how to use the sentence stem to answer – then you need to use the same sentence stem to answer each of the three clock examples underneath.
Now try some examples of your own.
Challenge – can you do an example that includes each of the 4 types of angles?
The following vocabulary will help you today:
What are renewable energy sources? How many can you list?
Look at the following link which may help you today:
Choose one of the following and research it in more detail, blogging what you find.
- Solar energy
- Geothermal energy
- Hydroelectric energy
- Biomass energy
- Wind energy
- Tidal energy
Have a great day.
From Mrs Millard, Mrs Leeming and Mrs Munro XX