Early Morning Activities
Century Tech: complete at least 2 nuggets on 'My Path.'
Spend some time completing reading nuggets on Century Tech.
Spellings: Practise your spellings for this week.
Monday: Click the link below. Watch the video on how to memorise tricky spellings (you do not need to look at anything else on this link - just watch the video) and then read the information on the PowerPoint below.
Activity: using the strategies you learned from the information above, practice learning your spellings for this week. You might like to write a mnemonic, find words within the word or sound it out.
Create a poster showing all of the different ways you have thought of to remember your spelling words for this week.
Tuesday: Click the link below and complete the Oak Academy lesson on investigating the /ee/ sound 'ie' or 'ei' spelling.
Wednesday: Watch the video below on paragraphs.
Activity: Write a short story (i.e. a paragraph) about ANYTHING using as many of the spelling words as you can.
Thursday: Watch the video below on inverted commas.
Activity: Write short dialogue between at least two people using as many spellings as you can.
We are going to be looking at Prezis this half-term.
Prezi is a web-based tool for creating presentations (called prezis for short)
It's similar to other presentation software like Microsoft PowerPoint, but it offers unique features that make it a good alternative.
Click the link below to find out more out Prezi.
Activity: click on the links in the PowerPoint below to explore different prezis.
Make notes on: the similarities, the differences and the effects on the reader.
Note down your favourite ideas to use later in your own presentation.
(You may like to use the activity template below).
Watch the video below and read the Bible passage in the document below.
Activity: Look through the text carefully. Mark the points in the text that Christians would use as evidence of Jesus' resurrection.
Annotate the text with questions the passages raise for you.
Red Pen: The Gospels were written at least 30 years after Jesus’ death. Some commentators suggest that the disciples or the early Church made up the idea that Jesus rose, to convince themselves that Jesus was more than a great leader – that he was God.
If you were Gospel writers making up stories about the resurrection, what evidence would you have made up, and why?
Compare this with what Luke wrote (and Matthew 27:62-28:20)
Click the link below and complete the Oak Academy lesson on 'Life is all about balance.'
Complete the Oak Academy lesson below on 'What are the different components in an electrical circuit?'