Compulsory (Literacy) Complete the literacy sheet. Compulsory (Maths) Complete the maths Sheet Should 16 year olds be allowed to vote? Explain your answer IN DETAIL. Use persuasive language (firstly, secondly, another reason, lastly, in addition to this, however) to convince others of your opinion. Complete the literacy sheet Complete the maths worksheet. Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Pupil created task: Create a piece of work that shows the values that are important to you. Give an example of how this value affects how you behave or think. Write about 3-5 values. “I value kindness so I try to help others when I can. In the playground I saw someone was alone so I went to speak to them” You can write in sentences in your jotter, create a poster or infographic, write it as a poem, put the information in a table… the choice is yours! We begin a great discussion about truth. Write down an answer for each question. 1) What do we mean when we say something is true? 2) How do we know something is true? Can we feel it? Pupil created task: May 9 is Europe Day. Choose at least 10 European countries. Create a table showing the name of the country and their capital city. Country Capital City Use Symmetry Artist 2.0 online (http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/ symmetry-artist2.html) to create your own Islamic art. Here is a puzzle from ancient Greece: A man from the island of Crete once said, “Everybody from Crete is a liar” You can add extra columns about the countries’ populations, languages, weather etc. to challenge yourself. Print off your design and bring it to class. Complete the French worksheet Pupil created task: Create a fact file on a friend or family member. It must include at least 10 facts, a photo or picture and their hobbies. th May 2015 nd 22 Islamic art uses repeating shapes, symmetry, rich colours (reds, golds) and words. There are not usually pictures of people. Complete maths Sheet Using a blank piece of paper, create the net of one of these 3D shapes: Square based pyramid, cylinder. Decorate it with different colours. Complete the literacy Sheet Write in full sentences and justify your answer by giving reasons. Was he telling the truth or lying? Why do you think this puzzles people? Draw a 3D shape and label the vertices, edges and faces. How many does your shape have? Write down the proper name of your shape. Pupil created task: Make a word search using words you remember from our IDL topic: The Community (and Places of Worship). Use at least 10 words. th 15 May 2015 8th May 2015 th 24 April 2015 Date Complete the maths worksheet. This year, in many parts of eastern Asia, Buddha’s birthday will be celebrated th on 25 May. In writing, explain the main beliefs of Buddhists. Design (or create) a stained glass window which shows the important learning and experiences you have had during Primary 6. Remember to use a ruler for straight lines! Begin by reflecting on your thoughts and feelings about your learning. Write down your answers in your jotter. Create a infographic explaining >what is peer pressure > who can pressure you > what can they pressure you to do >How to say no to negative peer pressure > Ways you can encourage your friends positively We are almost in the summer season! Write a poem about summer (acrostic, cinquain, dimante, shape, and rhyming poem). You could write about your senses on a summer’s day, what you enjoy about summer, reflect on what summer symbolises and means to you. This can be done in your jotter or on computer. Another pupil will be given a copy of your word search so make it worth trying! Pupil created task: Write the fractions that are the equivalent to ½: 14/ 21 23/ 7/ 6/ 12/ 10/ 41/ 21 12 24 60 80 46 Write your solution: A man needs to get a fox, chicken and a bag of corn across a river to the other side. The boat holds the man and one other thing. He can’t EVER leave the fox and chicken alone together. He can’t EVER leave the chicken and corn together.
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