This week you will be learning about another significant black woman who influenced the way in which black people were treated. Her name is Rosa Parks. When you return to school on Wednesday, you will be planning a biography about her to write independently on Thursday. I'm looking to see if you have remembered the writing skills that you have learnt last week and that you can use them by yourself in your writing.
Monday 12th October
Follow this link the the BBC bitesize lesson about Rosa Parks. Complete each activity and take a photo of your work to upload to your work folder on Purple Mash.
Read the e book called Realife: Superheroes on Active Learn that I have allocated you. Page 26 onwards is all about Rosa Parks. Click on the bug heads to answer some questions about the text.
There are a number of Purple Mash 2do's that I have set for you to complete about Rosa Parks too.
Tuesday 13th October
Today is spelling test day. As well as completing your spelling quiz, you should practise your spellings using the different spelling strategies. You can find the spellings in the English section of our class page, as well as copy of the dictation. For this week's spellings, click here.
1.Choose at least 3 different strategies from the images below and practise your spellings using these techniques.
2. Write each spelling word in a sentence to show that you understand the meaning of each word ( there are some tricky words this week).
3.Complete the 'able/'ible' spelling activity on Active Learn.
4. Once you are ready, find the 2do on Purple Mash called 'Spelling Dictation' and click on the audio instructions. You will hear me reading out the dictation to you just like I would in school. Complete the dictation using the sheet if you can print it out or just write the word as you hear it. Mark your work and take a picture to upload to your files. Correct any mistakes.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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