Monday’s learning 11/5/2020

Monday’s learning:

So this week would’ve been our SATs week. So let’s start as we mean to go on. Every day, make sure you get up, have some breakfast and find somewhere to sit… you will need a rubber, pencil / pen, sharpener and ruler (all are optional: complete with and how you want!)

English: Have a go at the ‘silly SATs grammar’ task. Us teachers seem to have forgotten how to answer the grammar questions properly :- s. Can you work out the corrections to the answers? The answers are at the bottom to check if you managed to find the errors.

Ask an adult or sibling to read out the ‘silly SATs spellings’ for you and then mark to see what your score would be… remember, these are just for fun!

Maths:

Complete arithmetic paper 16, check answers and post on Seesaw:

German:

This week you will be thinking about school subjects and free time activities. 

  1. https://www.wdrmaus.de/blaubaer/pdf/Blaubaer_Stundenplan.pdf Copy out or print out this “Timetable”
  2. Think about a typical week for you while you are learning at home, then fill out IN GERMAN your “timetable” for each day, including school subjects and other activities you are doing. If you can’t remember all the school subjects /activiites and need to look them up, you can use google translate on a device. Type in the English word and it will give you a translation of it in German. 

Viel Spaß! Bis bald! (Have fun! See you soon!)Frau Lees

3 comments on “Monday’s learning 11/5/2020

  • So we have to do this because I don’t have a printer or anything so I am do doing English and maths practice booklets

    Reply
  • So do we have to do this because I don’t have a printer or anything so I am do doing English and maths practice booklets

    Reply
    • L Cope says:

      You can complete any of the work we set online on paper you do not need to print it off if you do not have access to a printer

      Reply

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