Information About Homework
Homework tasks will be set each Thursday. Details of what the Maths and Literacy homework is can be found below. Spelling homework is in the tab marked 'Spelling'.
You need to complete all homework with a black handwiting pen or in pencil. Homework should not be completed in coloured ink. You are also responsible for keeping your homework book neat and tidy.
Homework will be marked on Monday's and therefore you need to put your book into the box by the end of Monday.
due in 25.09.17
Below is a list of sentences all about the industrial revolution. Rewrite these sentences (into your homework books) using brackets for parenthesis, which indicate extra information.
George Stephenson (the inventor of the steam engine) was a key figure from the industrial revolution.
1. The industrial revolution a significant period of our British history began in the 18th century and lasted for almost 100 years.
2. Isambard Kingdom Brunel an engineer was responsible for “rail mania” which saw the expansion of transport and communication links throughout the country.
3. Life for a child in the cotton mill was often perilous due to unsafe conditions and many children suffered as a result.
4. There was huge expansion of urban developments as a result of mass migration from the country and cities became overcrowded.
5. As a result of the new inventions, Queen Victoria the reigning monarch was the first monarch to make use of radio and the telephone.
6. Many inventions such as the spinning jenny advanced the production of materials and goods for trade.
Due in Monday 18th September
Take a look at the picture below, taken from Roald Dahl’s “Revolting Rhymes.”
Answer these three questions in full sentences into your homework book.
What has happened just before this picture took place?
What is happening in the picture now?
What do you think will happen next?
Both Mr Lingard and Miss Cooper have set Mathletics tasks for you to complete. They are related to work we have been doing in class this week. If you have a problem logging on, or have forgotten your password, you need to come and see us on Friday before the weekend so we can sort it out.
Below is a passage from the class text 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'. You need to copy this passage into your books correcting all of the missing punctuation.
Lucy felt a little frightened but she felt very inquisitive and excited as well she looked back over her shoulder and there between the dark tree trunks she could still see the open doorway of the wardrobe and even catch a glimpse of the empty room from which she set out she had of course left the door open for she knew that it is a very silly thing to shut oneself into a wardrobe.