Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's group
• Listen to the last part of Sinbad’s Fifth Voyage
Start the story from 11.15, watch until the end
2. Read another version of the story
• Read Usborne – Sinbad (page 3).
• This is a different version than the one that Wilf told. Write the differences and similarities that you spot on the Comparison Table (page 4). Which version do you prefer? Why?
3. Now for some writing
• Choose one of the Sinbad Illustrations (page 5).
• Write down this part of the story. What has happened before the illustration? What will happen after it?
• Use conjunctions in your story to join clauses and prepositions to add description to your writing (find examples on page 8).
Well done. Show your writing to a grown-up. Show them the illustration that you were writing about. Can they spot any conjunctions or prepositions that you have used in your sentences?
Try these Fun-Time Extras
• Can you learn to tell the story of Sinbad and the Coconuts? Can you tell all three parts of the whole of the fifth voyage story, one after another? You can use your four-scene stories to help you.
Vicky and Bonnie's group
Please send in your recount once you have finished. We would love to read them!
Nasima, Louise and Jasminara's groups
Today you are going to continue to look at line graphs.
Watch the video for WEEK 10 LESSON 4 to remind you of the different methods to help you do this - remember to pause the video when it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
Then click on 'BBC Bitesize' - read and watch the extra information then complete the activities at the bottom of the page. Don't forget to check your answers using the answer sheet provided on the website.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
I wonder if you can look around you house and see which liquids are measured in millimetres?
First, watch the video on BBC Bitesize to remind you which units we measure in, then complete the Oak Academy lesson.
- designing, writing & debugging programs that accomplish specific goals
- detect & correct errors in algorithms/programs
Sit back and enjoy Clark the Shark, read by actor Chris Pine.
Remember to keep up with your 20 minutes of independent reading!