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Thursday 26th November 2020

Good Morning Titan Class!

 

Before you start your work today, please make sure you have signed the morning register by clicking here.

 

Please complete all work in your home learning journal and remember that perfect presentation!

PE

Homophones are different meaning words that sound exactly the same. That might seem a little tricky but I know you've got the freshest brain!

Maths

Start with 15 minutes on TTrockstars.

 

 

Reading

Let's read chapter 6: Born to rule!

Now answer some questions about chapter 6:

 

  • Define ‘obey’.
  • What are ‘peasants’?
  • Find and copy a sentence which shows Tostig and Magnus’ father have never got along.
  • Why do you think Harold sent Magnus to Northumbria?
  • Do you think Tostig is a good leader or not? Use the text to justify your answer.
  • Why do you think the people in the taverns weren’t kind to Magnus’ mean?
  • Find and copy a sentence which shows Edwin and Morcar are dangerous.
  • Predict why having ‘bought men’ may be a huge risk for Tostig.
  • Explain why the author calls this chapter ‘Born to Rule’.

 

Spelling

Write each word THREE times and then use each one in a sentence.

 

favourite
February
forward
fruit
grammar 

 

English

Today, you will be writing the last part of your stories.

Remember, most stories have a beginning, middle and end.

  • In the beginning, establish your setting and characters (you wrote this on Tuesday).
  • In the middle, you could add conflict and a problem to solve (you wrote this on yesterday).
  • At the end there could be a dramatic rescue. The ending could be happy or sad.

 

Today, you need to write the end; could there be a dramatic rescue? The ending could be happy or sad.

Look back at your story maps that you created on Monday, don't forget to write today about:

  • How you defeat/befriend your mythical beast.
  • What could happen to your Viking hero after that? Does he become a leader/king? 
  • How does your story end? Is it a happy or sad ending?

 

(Don't forget to get an adult to photograph and email your Viking stories to titan@studleygreen.wilts.sch.uk. We would love to see them!)

 

Art

If you missed it yesterday, complete our computing quiz here.

 

The Anglo-Saxon era came to an end on October 14, 1066 at the Battle of Hastings. The Norman-French army of William, the Duke of Normandy, defeated the English army under the Anglo-Saxon King Harold Godwinson. The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres long and 50 centimetres tall that depicts the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. Click here to learn more about it.

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