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Monday

Remember, your first job everyday is to send a 'Good Morning'  message to your class teacher on I Am Learning by 10 am.

 

 

REMINDER- We are starting to use Oak National Academy for English and Maths. You will still be set additional work by your class teacher which you can see below.

 

If you have any issues, before contacting your class teacher, please check the user guides and instructions which are on your distance learning page under 'Oak National Academy resources'. 

 

You will send today's English and Maths scores to your class teacher tomorrow when you send your good morning message via I Am Learning. 

Additional distance learning (Remember- you can follow the timetable on the distance learning page or create a timetable that works for you and your family at home) 

 

French: (30 minutes) I am Learning – On fait afete – Celebrations

 

Music: (1 hour)

L.O. To listen to music from the 1900s (Mu 2,3,4)

 

Cold listen to ‘Vaughan- Williams- Fantasia on Greensleeves (1929)’ 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWz-Hfw4fnk

 

In your homework book, make notes about your first impression. How does the music make you feel? What does the music make you think of? Does the music tell a story? What can you hear? How old do you think the piece of music is?  Why do you think that?

 

Using the other side of the piece of paper from last week, play the music again and draw (on one side of the paper) whatever the music makes you think of it could be a setting, an activity, certain shapes etc.

 

Think about the emotions you feel. Do you feel happy or sad? Angry or calm? If you were watching a film, what would happen on the screen while you heard this music.

Compare the two pieces of art work (this weeks and last weeks) - What is similar and different. Write these down in your homework book.

 

PE (20 minutes): Please pick at least one activity from the PE folder

 

Reading (20 minutes)

Reading Cloud can no longer be accessed for ebooks.  However, you can still use Oxford Owl and if you are a member of Walsall library - they have a great selection of ebooks too! 

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