How are you getting on with this week's work?
Yesterday, we started ringing each of your families. It was great to be able to speak to some of you and hear how you are doing. We will be ringing more of you today and as the week continues so keep your ears out for a phone call.
English - Writing
What do you think of the film? It's odd isn't it because it doesn't have any words. But it's amazing what the girl's actions and expressions can tell us about how she is feeling.
Today's task is to write a diary entry. Imagine you are the girl, if you want you can give her a name.
How would you feel at the different points in the story? Use the vocabulary you collected yesterday to help you describe what has happened and how you are feeling.
We would love to read your diaries and see what you think the girl’s thoughts would have been.
English - Reading
Now we are feeling more confident with different types of angles, we can apply this knowledge to help us learn the names of different triangles.
There is a 4th type of triangle called a right angle triangle. This has a right angle as one of its corners.
It can either be an isosceles right angle triangle like the triangle on the left or a scalene right angle triangle like the one on the right. Can you see how they are different?
The triangle on the left has one right angle and then the other two angles are the same size (45 degrees) so it fits the criteria for an isosceles triangle but the triangle on the right has a right angle and then the other two angles are different (30 degrees and 60 degrees) so it is a scalene triangle.
Today's task is to label the triangles below.
CHALLENGE: For the right angle triangles can you decide if they are an isosceles right angle triangle or a scalene right angle triangle? It is difficult when you can't measure the angles but you can give it a try!
CHILLI CHALLENGE: (For those of you who really want to push yourselves.)
Each Wednesday we will now be doing a Spanish task.
I have made a special blog for Spanish: https://www.virginia.towerhamlets.sch.uk/spanish-blog so if you head there you will see what today's task is as well as some funny videos and songs to help you practise what we have already been doing at school.
Why not try learning Spanish with everyone else in your house?
When you have finished your Spanish you can also head to the Purple Mash Spanish Blog where you can practise answering different questions and building on your vocabulary.
Ruth and Emily