Handwriting: Practise with - physical / p / ic / picture / epic
Each day this week, go through the different parts of the story to Joseph the Dreamer.
Treat each part as a new scene and convert the section into a play script, remembering the features we looked at last week. There is a reminder here if you need it.
We're looking for all of those features, especially a descriptive scene setting and effective stage directions, as well as great dialogue of course.
If you're struggling to think of what your characters might say, there are clips of each part of the story on YouTube to refresh your memory, or if you prefer, transcribe the clips and put what those characters are saying!
**You could practise your scenes in your puppet show theatre you created in isolation!**
I would suggest guys, that you use little scraps of paper to act as counters to create the arrays that are shown in the videos. They will work just as well and could be a useful concrete resource to support you in these 2 lessons.
YEAR 6 - LONG DIVISION PROBLEMS: A selection of word problems to apply your long division skills. If you are still finding long division tricky, I would suggest trying the Level 1 problems. If you are more confident then Level 2 and Level 3 if you really want to challenge yourself.
Today and tomorrow, we would like you to get creative in English. Poetry is one of our focus text types this term and you wrote some fantastic 'Peculiar Pet' poems on your return to school after Half Term. The link below directs you to a website where it shows you how to make a 'Tiny Book of Poetry'. Now, once made, you an fill it with any type of poem you like with pictures to match. It could be a:
Haiku......... whichever you are inspired to write, go for it!
**ADDED CHALLENGE** - Can you write any of your poems with a 'Joseph the Dreamer' theme??
Year 6 Multiplication and Division problems. A selection of word problems to apply your multiplication and division skills. If you are still finding multiplication or division tricky, I would suggest trying the Level 1 problems. If you are more confident then Level 2 and Level 3 if you really want to challenge yourself.
Handwriting: Practise with - harass/ h / ar / heart / artery
Watch the YouTube clip of an audio described video.
Notice how the description of what is happening is described to the viewer.
Using the first minute from the clip of Joseph the Dreamer, create a script that shows the dialogue of each character but also the audio description of the background to the video and the actions of the characters.
Audio Description Example.mp4
Joseph_ King of Dreams - The Prison Scene.mp4
Year 5 Maths - Multiplication and DivisionRecap on any of the learning videos you feel unsure of and then try the assessment. Here is the link to week 8, you may need week 9 or 10 too depending on what you recap.
Year 6 - Long Division problem solving activities. Read the problems carefully and use your long division knowledge to solve them. Please ensure that you show all your working out using the formal written method.
English (Thurs & Fri) - Features of a Playscript. Work through the powerpoint to remind you about the features of a playscript then see if you can change the short excerpt from the Story of Joseph into a playscript. Make sure you include all the features!
Choose one scene from the story of Joseph and write a draft script for a puppet show. Make sure that the scene is interesting for an audience to watch and that all the characters have a speaking role. Think about how they might be asked to say their lines and what props (if any) they might need.
D & T
Create a back drop, puppets and props for the scene from Joseph you wrote a script for this morning.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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