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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

Year 5 Home Learning

Hello everyone and a huge welcome back to school! If you are learning from home and cannot attend school, this page will be updated weekly by your teachers with activities for you to complete over the week.

If you have any questions or would like to share your work with your teachers, you can email us at Y5@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk

We can’t wait to see you back at school again!

 


Autumn Term 2

Week 4: 23rd November – 27th November

Writing

This week in our writing lessons, we will be writing a speech to convince our friends to put a hated item into Room 101! Click here for some ideas: https://www.comedy.co.uk/tv/room_101_2012/videos/6468/room_101_childrens_special/

We would like you to follow this PowerPoint and complete the tasks on the slides each day. You can see the days of the PowerPoint at the top of each slide! Each day, you will have some thinking to do, a grammar game and an activity to complete. Look below for a summary of your jobs each day.

Monday: Make a poster of all of the things that you really hate. Label and write a reason against each to explain your ideas. 

Tuesday: Watch the videos https://www.comedy.co.uk/tv/room_101_2012/videos/6468/room_101_childrens_special/ and make a list of the different phrases and skills the children use to persuade the audience.

Wednesday: Follow this week's PowerPoint - today you need to read the WAGOLL and practise some show not tell sentences.

Thursday: Follow this week's PowerPointPractise using a range of sentence types!

Friday: Follow this week's PowerPoint - Practise using subordinate and relative clauses. 

 

Reading

In reading this week, we will be looking at ‘Oliver Twist’ by Berlie Doherty. This is the tale of an orphan boy raised in Victorian times.  It will give you a good idea of what life could be like for children in these times, linking in with our Victorian Children topic.

Monday:  Click here to understand the historical context of the story.

Tuesday: Click here to  investigate the suffixes -tion, -ssion, -sion and -cian.

Wednesday:  Click here to  explore word class. We will focus on identifying nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verbs in sentences. We then explore what prepositions are and identify these in sentences.

Thursday:  Click here to watch a film clip and use it to help generate relevant vocabulary.  

Friday:  Click here to be introduced new vocabulary, identify word pairs and synonyms and apply the vocabulary in sentences.

Maths

In maths this week, we will be starting some brand new learning about Area and Perimeter! 

Monday: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-11-measurement-perimeter-area/ - Watch the Measure Perimeter lesson and complete the activities.

Tuesday: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-11-measurement-perimeter-area/ - Watch the Perimeter on and Grid lesson and complete the activities.

Wednesday:  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-11-measurement-perimeter-area/ - Watch the Perimter of rectangles lesson and complete the activities.

Thursdayhttps://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-11-measurement-perimeter-area/ - Watch the Perimeter of rectilinear shapes lesson and complete the activities.

Friday: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-11-measurement-perimeter-area/ - Watch the Calculate perimeter lesson and complete the activities.

SPaG

 Re-cap your learning on ellipses and the use of semi colons.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zshfdxs

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zpgjy4j

 

Topic

Monday: French- This week we have been learning to give directions in French. Click here to watch this video and practice saying the phrases, then see if you can write out the directions from your house to the local shop or to school.

 Tuesday: Music

Click here  to watch the Ten pieces live lesson on the Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky. 

 

Wednesday: History- Victorians:

Click here and watch the video about Dr Thomas Bernardo and how he helped the poor during the Victorian era.  Make notes as you watch and then write a brief explaining who he was and what he did.

Click here  to find out what it would be like for you if you were lucky enough to go to a Victorian school. Make a list of the similarities and differences from you classroom today.

Thursday: Geography-Earthquakes

 Click here  to learn about how earthquakes are caused.  Watch the video and then have a go at the quiz. 

Friday: Science- Forces

Click here to learn how we can measure the size of forces, particularly how we can measure weight. We will learn about Isaac Newton and his contribution to our knowledge of forces as well as Newtons as a unit of measurement. We will also investigate how to use a Newton meter to measure forces.


Autumn Term 2

Week 3 – 16th November – 20th November

Writing

This week in our writing lessons, we will be using our History knowledge to writea non-chronological report about the Victorians. Click the link to watch a video to recap your learning before you begin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gKGybl071I When you have watched the video, click here for this weeks PowerPoint which will have a different activity for you to complete each day.

Monday: Follow the slow write instructions to slow write an introduction paragraph

Tuesday: Practise using the range of sentence types – use the examples to help you.

Wednesday: Use the slow write structure to practise writing your ‘jobs’ paragraph – see if an adult will be your sage and scribe partner!

Thursday: Draft your introduction and jobs paragraph using the WAGOLL to help you.

Friday: Draft your ‘dangers’ paragraph using the WAGOLL to help you.

Reading

This week we are going to read a non-fiction text about Mary Anning, a famous archaeologist. 

Monday: Click here to be introduced to the context and genre of the text.

Tuesday:  Click here to focus on developing your retrieval skills.  

Wednesday: Click here to answer questions on the author’s choice of language.

Thursday:  Click here to consider synonyms to answer ‘find and copy’ style questions.

Friday:  Click here to make inferences based on the text.

 

Maths

In maths this week, we will be continuing our learning of multiplication and divison. Don’t forget that you can use TT Rockstars and My Maths for extra maths practise!

Monday: Click here to learn how to use factors to multiply.

Tuesday: Click here for learning about how to use multiples to divide.

Wednesday: Click here to learn how to use short division.

Thursday: Click here to learn about division with remainders.

Friday: Click here to practise applying your new learning!

 

You can also click here to consolidate your learning of squared and cube numbers!

 

SPaG

Click here and practise Spelling Rule 41. Try a different game each day and think about the strategies to help you to learn the spellings! Test yourself on Friday and see how many you get correct.

Click the link to re-cap learning on subordinating conjunctions

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zqk37p3

Topic

Monday:  French- Click here to watch this video to learn to find your way around town in French.

Tuesday: Music- Click here to learn about Grazyana Bacewicz and listen to her music.

Wednesday: History-  Click here to learn about the jobs children may have undertaken during Victorian times.

Thursday:  Geography- Click here to learn more about volcanoes and how they work.

Friday: Science:  Click here to learn about contact and non-contact forces.

 

Autumn Term 2

Week 2 – 9th November – 13th November

Writing

This week in our writing lessons, we will be continuing writing the narrative for Leon and The Place Between.

We would like you to follow this PowerPoint and complete the tasks on the slides each day. You can see the days of the PowerPoint at the top of each slide! Each day, you will have some thinking to do, a grammar game and an activity to complete. Look below for a summary of your jobs each day.

Monday: Follow the steps to draft paragraph one and two.

Tuesday: Follow the steps to draft paragraph three and four.

Wednesday: Follow the steps to draft paragraph five and six.

Thursday: Use the editing checklist to edit and uplevel your work

Friday: Write your work up neatly and send a picture to your teacher!

Reading

In reading this week, we will be looking at ‘Streetchild’ by Berlie Doherty. Each day, you will have a new task to complete based on the story.  This story will help us understand some of the roles of children that we are studying with our Victorians topic.

Monday:  Click here for an introduction to the text and the main character.

Tuesday: Click here to make inferences about the characters.

Wednesday:  Click here to learn how to ask questions about the text to help with your comprehension.

Thursday: Click here  to help you to start to understand and consider the authors characterisation.

Friday:  Click here to reflect upon the story and Victorian society.

Maths

In maths this week, we will be continuing our learning about strategies to solve multiplication and division problems.

Monday: Click here to learn about multiplying and dividing by 10,1000, 1000

Tuesday: Click here for learning about strategies to double and halve.

Wednesday: Click here for tips about multiplying mentally

Thursday: Click here for some extra practise with calculations

Friday: Click here to learn about long multiplication

 

SPaG

Click here and practise Spelling Rule 40. Try a different game each day and think about the strategies to help you to learn the spellings! Test yourself on Friday and see how many you get correct.

Click the links below to recap your learning on commas, hyphens and dashes

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zc773k7

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zg8gbk7

 

Topic

Monday: French- Click here to learn how to say the names of objects you may use in the classroom and around school.  Try to make a list of the contents of your pencil case then watch the video again to see if you had written them correctly.

 

Tuesday: Remembrance

Click here and watch the video about a young man (Walter Bush) who joins the army in 1914.  After watching the video, answer the questions about the story (Story questions, in the box next to the video).  

 

Wednesday: History- Victorian Schools

Click here  to find out what it would be like for you if you were lucky enough to go to a Victorian school. Make a list of the similarities and differences from you classroom today.

Thursday: Geography- Volcanoes

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z849q6f/articles/zd9cxyc Watch the clips on BBC Bitesize to learn all you can about volcanoes.  You can have ago at drawing and labelling a volcano. Try labelling the Ash cloud, Lava, Vents, crater and Magma.

 

Friday: RE- Diwali

Click here for an insight into the preparations for the annual Hindu celebration of Diwali.  After watching the clip make a list of all the things you can remember about the festival.


Autumn Term 2

Week 1 – 2nd November – 6th November

 Welcome back!

Writing

This week we will be writing our own narrative for the story ‘Leon and The Place Between’. Click here to watch the video of the story. Then, click here to download this weeks Powerpoint – each day will have a different set of jobs and activities to complete.

Tuesday: Watch the video of the story, complete the grammar games and list verbs, adjectives and feelings to describe the different tasks.

Wednesday: Complete the ‘direct speech’ activity on the PowerPoint.

Thursday: Complete the activities to write a range of sentence structures.

Friday: Up-level the sentences using your skills from yesterday!

Reading

In reading this week, we will be looking at ‘The Mirror by Jeannie Baker. Each day, you will have a new task to complete based on the story.

Tuesday:  Click here for an introduction to the text and find out about the author.

Wednesday: Click here  to make inferences about the text and make comparisons about the two families in the story.

Thursday: Click here to make more comparisons and predictions about the characters. Click here to continue the story and make more comparisons.

Friday: Click here to identify the themes and messages in the story.

 

Maths

In maths this week, we will be learning about multiplication and division. Each day has a video lesson for you to complete and a worksheet and activity for each day.

Tuesday:  Click here to learn about multiples and factors.

Wednesday: Click here to learn about factor pairs.

Thursday: Click here to learn about prime numbers.

Friday: Click here to learn about factor and multiple chains.

 

Topic

Tuesday: Music-

Click here to listen to Johannes Brahms - Hungarian dance no. 5.  This is a piece of music we will be basing our music lessons around this half term. Now read these facts about the famous composer:

 

Johannes Brahms

  • Born: 1833
  • Died: 1897
  • Nationality: German

Why is he a Trailblazer?

For many years the sound of the Hungarian Gypsy travelling bands could be heard in the countryside and cities of Europe. Trailblazer Johannes Brahms was fascinated by the bands’ whirling melodies and dramatic rhythms. He introduced this music to a whole new audience when he wrote Gypsy-inspired dances for the piano – and then began super-sizing them for an entire orchestra.

  • Born in Hamburg in Germany, Johannes Brahms quickly became a very talented pianist and would go on to premiere many of his own works at the piano.
  • A complete perfectionist, Brahms burnt lots of the music he’d written when he was young and, throughout his life, kept on destroying works he didn’t think were good enough.
  • Brahms could often be found walking in the mountains and exploring the countryside as he felt it helped him think through his musical ideas.
  • Beethoven’s music was a big influence on Brahms. Later in life Brahms lived in Vienna, the home of his favourite restaurant, “The Red Hedgehog”, and the city where his musical hero, Beethoven, had also lived.

Hungarian Dance No. 5

While playing music in a tavern one evening Brahms met Eduard Remenyi, a famous Hungarian Gypsy violinist. Remenyi taught Brahms all about Gypsy music and Hungarian dances called czardas.  Brahms was enthralled and used the rhythms and melodies of this music as his inspiration for his 21 Hungarian Dances, which he originally wrote for the piano.  He loved performing them for his friends and would later orchestrate three of the dances himself, with other composers arranging the remaining pieces.  The Hungarian Dance No.5 transforms the intimate drama of the Gypsy band into a big orchestral party – with wild string melodies and brassy foot-stomping rhythms.

 

Wednesday: French-

Get ahead for next weeks French lesson by learning the words to help you get around town Click here.

Thursday: History- The Victorians-

  This half term we will be learning about the Victorians. Click here to find out how this era got its name.  AS your watching write down some interesting facts under each of these headings: Childhood, How she became queen, Family and interesting Facts.

 

Friday: RE- Christianity

Click here to watch a video about the teachings of Jesus, as you are watching make a list of some of the lessons Jesus tried to tech the people and explain how these messages might help people in their everyday lives. 

Autumn Term

Week 8 – 19th October – 23rd October

This is the last week of this half term. School will close the half term holiday on Friday 23rd October 2020. 

Writing

This week in our writing lessons, we will be continuing with our adverts to advertise our yummy rocky road!  To get some ideas for writing persuasive advertisements Click here .

We would like you to follow this PowerPoint and complete the tasks on the slides each day. You can see the days of the PowerPoint at the top of each slide! Each day, you will have some thinking to do, a grammar game and an activity to complete. Look below for a summary of your jobs each day.

Monday: Follow the steps to draft paragraph 2.

Tuesday: Follow the steps and draft paragraph 3.

Wednesday: Edit your work using the editing checklist – ask an adult to help you!

Thursday: Write your work up neatly and evaluate using the checklist!

Friday: Write an acrostic poem all about Harvest festival. 

Reading

In reading this week, we will be looking at ‘The Giant’s Necklace’ by Michael Morpurgo. Each day, you will have a new task to complete based on the story.

Monday:  Click here to listen to and read the text.

Tuesday:  Click here to practise your inference skills.

Wednesday: Click here to continue practising your inference skills with some trickier questions.

Thursday: Click here to learn about analysing a setting.

FridayClick here to learn about the climax of a story.

 

Maths

In maths this week, we will be learning about reading timetables and answering questions about them.

Monday: Click here to learn about reading timetables.

Tuesday: Click here for learning about calculating time intervals on timetables.

Wednesday: Click here for questions all about timetables.

Thursday: Click here for some extra practise to consolidate your skills!

Friday: Click here to learn about conversion graphs.

 

SPaG

Click here and practise Spelling Rule 39. Try a different game each day and think about the strategies to help you to learn the spellings! Test yourself on Friday and see how many you get correct.

Click the links below to recap your learning on past, present and future tense:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-revise-the-past-present-and-future-progressive-tense-6rukjd

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-using-the-simple-past-present-and-future-tense-c5h32d

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-the-past-present-and-future-progressive-tense-6djk2c

 

Topic

Monday: French

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtoXzwmp2qw  Watch this video to help you learn how to talk about school subjects and give your opinion on them. How to say if you like them or not.

Tuesday: Music

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-pulse-and-rhythm-chj3cr Watch this interactive video to explore rhythm and discover the pulse in music.

Wednesday: Computing

E-safety- This video will give you some top tips to help keep you and your computer hardware safe when spending time online.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrln8nyVBLU  After watching, make a poster to show all the tips you would now give to help someone else stay safe online

Thursday: Art

Peter Thorpe is an artist famous for his space paintings.  He has designed the book covers for many authors using his artistic techniques.  Watch the video below to learn how you can make a picture in a similar style.  Remember if you don’t have paints you can colour using crayons or felt tip pens.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80PJqFR9B8k  

 

Friday: RE- Harvest Festival

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7q6JZkb8L8 Watch the video to understand why we celebrate the harvest festival in the UK. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeZVCW20Lx8 Now have a look at the acrostic poem read by school children before having a go at your own acrostic poem, using the word HARVEST.

 

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