Buenos Dias Year 5!
I hope you all enjoyed the first day back and you are getting excited by the new topics. Keep logging into Purple Mash and letting me know what you got up to during half term. I have also posted another space video on Purple Mash, check it out.
Our Learning Today
Lo: to unpick elements of film
So this half-term we will not be studying a text from a book. We will be watching a short film. This film is only a few minutes long but a lot happens. We will be using the story of the character to help us with our writing.
Before we can begin watching the film, I want us to think about the things that go into making a film and what to look out for when we study a film. Today I want you to find definitions for the words below. They are all really important to a film.
You can do your own research on kiddle and you might find more elements. Let me know what you discover about film. Foley artists are my favourite. They do a very interesting job. Sound is going to be one of our key elements this half-term. Watch the video below and find out how film makers create the sounds in the film.
Lo: to missing angles on a straight line
Let's start off with some CLIC questions:
100,234,853 + 25,345,673
92,383,001 - 63,874,821
821 x 374
4388 ÷ 23
Today we are going to be looking at straight line angles. A straight line angle is a flat line angle that measures 180°.
So if we know that a straight line angle is always 180° then we can work out when there are missing angles even without a protractor. Take a look at the diagram below:
The angles on a straight line always add up to 180. We can see here that one angle measures 30°. If we take them away we will find the missing angle.
180 - 30 = 150
So the other angle must be 150°.
Let's have a go at working one out.
We have a straight line angle so the total will always be 180°. I can see that one side measures 45°. If i take them away I will find the missing angle.
180 - 45 = 135
So the missing angle must be 135°.
Here is another example.
We have a straight line angle so the total will always be 180°. I can see that one side measures 130°. If i take them away I will find the missing angle.
180 - 130 = 50°
So the missing angle must be 50°.
Let's try one last example
We know that the total has to be 180 because this is a straight line angle. This time we have three measurements and one missing. So we need to add up what we have first.
45 + 39 + 24 = 108
So now we can take that away from 180.
180 - 108 = 72
The missing angle must be 72°.
Have a go at these and find the missing angles. Remember the total is always 180° because they are all straight line angles.
Here are today's challenges. Have a go but you do not need to do them all.
Lo: to understand space vocabulary
Yesterday you brainstormed everything you know about space and the questions you have. Today I am going to give you a list of space vocabulary. Some of these words might have been in your brainstorm. I would like you to look the words up, find out when they mean and do some research about them. Over this half term we will become experts on all of these things.
Have a great day. Theo :)