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Week: 08/06/2020

Home Learning Area Tasks for the week of: 08/06/2020

 

Class Connectivity

To keep our class connected and to see what we all have been doing during these unprecedented times, I would like you to send me either a picture or small video of something you have been up to. This could include a walk, exercise routines, painting, etc - anything you have been up to and want to share. I will then put all of these moments into a video montage to share with you at the end of the week.  

 

MyMaths: https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

 

In the top left-hand corner select 'Curriculum for Wales'. Then, from the 'Library', choose 'Using Data Skills'. Then select 'Present and analyse data'. I would like you to try, 'Frequency tables and bar charts'. Select the 'Lesson' to help you understand before completing the 'Online Homework' task.

 

Important: Don't forget to select the 'Lesson' before attempting the 'Online Homework' task.

 

If you don't get things correct first time, keep trying the tasks until you have a better understanding or ask for help. 

 

Don't forget there is also a selection of Maths websites on the Year 5 class page - click here to view.

 

Giglets: https://giglets.com/ 

 

There are two books for you to read. Once you have read them carefully, complete the tasks assigned.

 

Book 1: Ankylosaurus - reading test questions

Book 2: Beauty (preparation for next week)

 

Topic 1: Creating a theme park advert audio overlay

 

Your task is to write and create a short advert to convince viewers to visit your theme park.

Send me a video of you recording the advert and I will create the overlay.

 

Check the table below to make sure you include the persuasive features before recording your audio for the advert.

 

When writing the advert: When recording the advert audio:

Use features:

  • Rhetorical questions (e.g. Surely you don't want to miss out?)
  • Imperative verbs (e.g. Go there, Take a break)
  • 3-point list (e.g. It's fun, amazing and exciting)
  • Repetition (e.g. You must come, You must have fun, You must be amazed)
  • Exaggeration (e.g. The Best place in the world!)
  • Emotive language (e.g. Parents! Think of your poor, helpless children - don't they deserve to visit the park?)
  • Speak clearly
  • Use expression - Practise before recording
  • Vary your voice - keep audience interested

 

I have provided examples of theme park advertisements in the YouTube videos below.

 

Topic 2: Q. How do people stay in the cart when it goes upside down?

I would like you to research this question from the Question matrix. 

What is the force that keeps people in the cart? 

Can you find/demonstrate any examples of this type of force?

 

It is up to you how you present this information. Remember: References

 

 

Spellings:  

 

Your spelling words are available for you to learn - a family member could test you on Friday.

You could also complete the activities from Friday's Spelling lesson - sentences, definitions and 'words within words'. Don't forget to share your work with me.

Theme Park Advert Examples:

Oakwood Theme Park Summer TV Advert

Join us at Oakwood Theme Park this summer for a fun packed day for all the family to enjoy! Our popular After Dark event returns this August every Wednesday ...

Theme Park Advert - exemplar

Pendle Vale English College Department. Notice the use of a range of persuasive devices.

Thorpe Park Resort 2019 Advert

Q.M. Questions

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