Here is today's home learning for anyone that still needs to self-isolate at home.
You don't need to do this if you are back in school.
Remember that you can contact your teachers by emailing email@example.com if you have any questions or would like help with your learning. Don't forget to email photos of your learning at the end of each day so that you can receive feedback.
Don't forget the Class 10 Google Meet assembly at 2pm.
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Lesson 1 - Maths
Starter: Let's continue practising our rounding and estimating skills.
Before we begin, click here for the answers to yesterday's questions.
Activity 2: Spend 15 minutes on Mathletics practising your maths skills.
Activity 3: Spend 15 minutes practising your times tables on Times Tables Rockstars.
Lesson 2 - Literacy
Today in Literacy we are going to carry on reading (and listening) to the third Act of Macbeth. You will then make visual notes of the third act which can include images of what happens in the play, character names and what they might be saying, thinking or doing. In addition you can use speech or thought bubbles to help you with this.
To listen to the Loom video, click on the link below to hear Mark read Tony Bradman's retelling of Macbeth, Act Three.
Click below to download and read the text from Macbeth Act 3.
Lesson 3 - Science
Last week we started to investigate the effect of exercise on heart rate and breathing rate.
Please find your results table that you made last week and have it in front of you to look at. If you can’t find it or you found it too difficult to carry out the test do not worry. You can use Lucy’s results that are shown below.
Lucy’s resting heart rate is 63 beats per minute.
Today we are going to put our data (information) about the effects of exercise on our heart rate into a graph. This makes it easier to look at what happened to our heart rate and think about why.
How to use 2Graph:
Now, have your work in front of you.
You can have a look here at Lucy’s table of results and graph too.
Use your graph to help you answer these questions. Please use complete sentences.
Watch this video of some children in another school carrying out the same investigation as us.
Answer this question:
Why is exercise important for us to stay healthy?
Finally, think about how we carried out our investigation as scientists.
How could we improve our experiment if we were going to do it again?
Jot down your ideas.
Year 6 teachers