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Homework 19.09.19

 

Literacy Task:

LI: to use relative clauses

 

In class, we have been working on using relative pronouns (who, which, where, that, whose) to add a relative clause to our sentence. 

Pick 3 of the relative pronouns and use each one in a sentence about Macbeth or Lady Macbeth.

Remember - 'who' comes after a person/animal, 'which'/'that' are used after an object/thing, 'whose' is used to show possession and 'where' is used after a place.

Example: Macbeth, whose aspirations had changed drastically, frantically wrote a letter to his wife. 

 

Maths Task:

Please complete the 3 assigned Mathletics activities.

 

Reading Task:

20 minutes on ReadTheory.

 

Spellings:

Spellings have been practised in class and can be found under the 'Spellings' tab at the top of the page. 6NW will do their test on a Wednesday and 6BC/6EH will do theirs on a Thursday. 

Homework 12.09.19

 

Literacy Task:

Write out the following sentences and insert apostrophes for possession correctly. 

 

1.) Pupils coats should be hung on the pegs.

2.) Mary Ardens House was like going back in time.

3.) The childrens clothes were hanging up.

4.) The buildings thatched roof is over 500 years old. 

 

Maths Task:

Please complete the 3 assigned Mathletics activities.

 

Reading Task:

Please update your reading log in the back of your homework book and spend 20 minutes on ReadTheory.

 

Spellings:

Spellings have been practised in class and can be found under the 'Spellings' tab at the top of the page. 6NW will do their test on a Wednesday and 6BC/6EH will do theirs on a Thursday. 

 

 

 

Homework 2019/20

We have uploaded a knowledge organiser based on our Tudor history. This can be found under the knowledge organiser tab - please read this as a way of learning some general information about the Tudors. There are also some suggested 'home-learning' activities for you to have a go at if you would like to. These are not compulsory.

 

Remember that next week the House Captain elections are on Wednesday and Thursday so bring a speech prepared if you are putting yourself forward. 

 

We will start setting normal homework and spellings next Thursday. It will be a similar routine to last year, and we will go into more detail explaining homework at the Introduction/Marle Hall evening on Thursday 12th September. 

 

 


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