Year 4: Dividing by 100
Year 5: Compare and Order Decimals
On the optional worksheets, the difficulty is usually shown in the bottom corner of the page in a star.
D = Developing (mild)
E = Expected (spicy)
GD = Greater Depth (hot)
It can also be shown by the number of stars.
* = Mild
** = Spicy
*** = Hot
Optional Maths Worksheets
Year 4: Enjoying Reading
Year 5: Alliteration and Onomatopoeia in a Setting Description
Today you are going to write a description of the island in The Tempest based on your island map from yesterday. Use the route you plotted to guide your description - pretend you are Caliban describing the island to Miranda when she first arrived.
Here are some of the writing features we have practiced over the last few weeks - try to include as many as you can in your writing!
- expanded noun phrases
- adverbial phrase
- co-ordinating conjunctions
- similes and metaphors
- modal verbs
- subordinating conjunctions
- fronted adverbials
- relative clauses
Today we are going to learn about what it was like to watch plays during Shakespeare's time.
Start by watching this video:
Choose one of the following activities:
1. Investigate what popular pastimes there were for adults and children during the Tudor period, how does this compare to the pastimes of today? Here are some websites for your research:
http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/tudors/dailylife.htm - click through for links on entertainment, music, sports and theatre.
2: Design a theatre from Shakespeare's time and devise special effects that would excite audiences. You could use the storm from the beginning of the Tempest as inspiration.