Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 6 Wednesday 13th January

Maths

Give Me 5 – This work is on your portfolio

Lesson Link – Fraction of an amount

Task (These tasks are on portfolio):

Reading

Read the rest of chapter 1

Quick Fire Retrieval

  1. What is the name of the bank Ian Rider worked at?
  2. Which football ground was Ian buried near?
  3. What does the word patriotic mean?
  4. What job does Crawley say Ian Rider had?
  5. What name is on the side of the van?

 Main Question: What clues are there that the circumstances around the death of Ian Rider are suspicious?

Just like Monday, make a table showing me the clue from the text and why you think that gives the reader a clue that Ian’s death was suspicious.  I have completed one example

Clue from the textWhy?
“ He always wore his seat belt”This tells the reader that Alex is doubtful because he believes Ian always wore a seat belt so finds it difficult to understand why he wasn’t on this occasion.

Writing

Join me on zoom at 11am where we will look at how to write an introductory paragraph using the vocabulary you generated yesterday.
If you can’t make the zoom, please see the attached slides.

PSHE

Read through the powerpoint to find out about today’s task. We will be looking at how to break down our goals into smaller step and thinking about the personal qualities we will need in order to achieve them.

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