Menu

Matchborough First School Academy

Home Page

Matchborough First School Academy

Home Page

Monday

Click on the pictures to take you to each website

  

Computing

WALT communicate ideas effectively

This week you are going to use purple mash to continue to blog.

 

Follow the pictures below to find out how to use 2blog on Purple mash. 
Click the picture to head to Purple Mash 

 

Click on the large green play button and listen to YOUR BLOGS which is an introduction about blogging.

Step 1:

Step 2:

Step 3:

Click on the MAKING A BLOG section and watch the video of how to complete a blog page.

Now you can have a go at creating your own blog about the things you have found the most interesting about the Vikings by clicking on the green plus button. 


Here are some links to some useful websites to find some extra facts about the Vikings if you wish:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/ztyr9j6

https://sites.google.com/site/primaryschoolhistory/vikings

https://vikings.mrdonn.org/

Maths

WALT understand unit and non-unit fractions

Zoom 1

Today we will be learning about Fractions. A fraction is part of a 'whole' and is written using numbers above a below a line known as the Vinculum. The number above the line is called the NUMERATOR and the number below the line is called the DENOMINATOR. Each one of these numbers has a very important job.

 

NUMERATOR: How many parts (may be shaded or taken away)

DENOMINATOR: How many parts altogether.

 

A Unit Fraction is where the numerator is 1. E.g. ¼ or ½

A Non-Unit Fraction is where the numerator is greater than 1. E.g. ¾

 

 

 

Reading Comprehension

English

READING WALT recognise cohesion in paragraphs

Zoom 2

What is a paragraph? Click the picture below to find out.

When were write paragraphs we have to ensure they are cohesive. Creating cohesion means 'tying' our words, phrases, sentences and paragraphs together, to create a text where the relationships between these elements is clear and logical to the reader, giving the text 'flow'.  Click the picture below to find out what we can use to make paragraphs more cohesive.

 

TASK: Below is a word document containing sentences all about the Vikings. The only problem is they are completely jumbled and need to be organised into paragraphs (VIKING BOATS, VIKING HOUSES, VIKING CLOTHES and VIKING FOOD). Either cut or write the sentences under the four subheadings so that they are in order. TIP: Make sure your sentences link and start with a general topic sentence.

 

PFP - Rewrite one of the paragraphs and make it more interesting using cohesive devices from the video.

 

 

Welcome to our school website!
Top