Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications and to read your reading record every night (20 minutes). Please remember to get your reading record signed also – indicate the name of the book and pages being read eg. Charlie and the Glass Elevator, Pages 1 – 52. Use the web links on the year 6 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practise your skills. Homework is due in on Tuesday the 27th of June.
Please create and complete a Catchphrase grid with 25 math problems based on a topic of your choice. Remember to include answers.
Create a catchphrase to go with your maths grid. Design a picture or text based on this, which will sit behind your question grid, and write your catchphrase below.
Download the blank catchphrase powerpoint template from the school blog and use this to create your own catchphrase game. Use your question grid and catchphrase plan that you have already completed (above).
Do you think the parables have shaped Pope Francis’ life? How?
Edit this one Finding-Fractions-Catchphrase (1) (1)
Here is a sneak peek of the year 6 production!! 😉
In year 6, we put together a grid of 25 questions on fractions and percentages for our catchphrases. We then involved the rest of the class by getting them to answer the questions. For tricky questions, we asked them to come up and show the class how they solved it.
We are excited to see what Maths topics everyone else chooses.
Work by: Melania, Tia- Grace, Tia and Destiny
Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications and to read your reading record every night (30 minutes). Please remember to get your reading record signed also – indicate the name of the book and pages being read eg. Charlie and the Glass Elevator, Pages 1 – 52. Use the web links on the year 6 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to continue to practise your skills. The spelling test takes place on Monday the 12th of June and homework is due in on Tuesday 13th of June.
Also, make sure you are learning your lines off by heart for the production!
Please answer the new AT2 question on the RE blog.
Literacy (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Write a persuasive letter in which you try to persuade Willy Wonka to allow you to join the five lucky finders of the Golden Tickets on the once-in-a-lifetime tour of his Wonka Factory (despite the fact that you have no ticket!)
Remember to make a strong argument with clear points and evidence to support your points.
Also, remember to use your persuasive features:
Words or phrases are repeated so that they stick in the reader’s mind.
e.g. Mr Wonka, remember what is was like to feel left out; remember how devastated you were.
- Emotive Language:
When words are used to make the reader feel a certain emotion, like sadness or anger.
e.g. My family are desperately poor, yet still gave their last pennies so I would have a chance to enter your competition.
When information is given that is over the top, or slightly untrue.
e.g. I thought I was going to explode with anticipation!
- Rhetorical questions:
Using questions that don’t need an answer to get the audience to think.
e.g. Mr Wonka, could you live with yourself if you missed out on this opportunity?