Y5HK 2015-16

New Spellings

posted 17 May 2016, 14:01 by H Killen   [ updated 17 May 2016, 14:01 by L Ross ]

affect

effect

altar

alter

hole

whole

bridal

bridle

peace

piece

night

knight

through

threw

desert

dessert

draft

draught

stationary

stationery

Maths Homework

posted 16 May 2016, 06:10 by H Killen   [ updated 16 May 2016, 06:10 by L Ross ]

Please find this week's Mathematics homework attached.

Maths homework

posted 17 Apr 2016, 08:37 by H Killen   [ updated 17 Apr 2016, 08:37 by L Ross ]

Please find this week's Mathematics homework attached. 

English Homework

posted 17 Apr 2016, 08:36 by H Killen   [ updated 17 Apr 2016, 08:36 by L Ross ]

LO: To identify main and subordinate clauses

Success Criteria

1)    To understand that all clauses have a subject and a verb.

2)  To understand the features of both main and subordinate clauses

3)    To understand what makes these clauses different from one another.

Let’s take a look

·      All clauses have a subject (e.g. I, he, Lewis) and a verb (e.g. ran, thought, have).

·      A main clause makes sense on its own (I ran to the shop).

·      A subordinate clause starts with a subordinating conjunction and does not make sense on its own (because I ran to the shop).

Have a go yourself

Here are some complex sentences (sentences that have both a main and subordinate clause), can you identify which part of each sentence is a main clause and which part is the subordinate clause?

1) I stared silently because it was singing.

2) I watched it until it hopped away.

3) It hid in the bushes while my brother looked for it.

4) The old computer attacked while Andrew was sleeping

5) Lewis ate all of the honey even though Jack wanted some.

6) Tom rode his bike until his mum called him in for tea.  

7) While Mark was snoring, Millie took a photo of him.

8) I played football because I had done my homework.

Extension
Can you underline the subject and circle the verb in each clause?

Spellings

posted 6 Mar 2016, 09:18 by H Killen   [ updated 6 Mar 2016, 09:18 by L Ross ]

naturally

interestingly

certainly

possibly

considerably

importantly

continually

ordinarily

regularly

surprisingly

thoughtfully

questionably

recently

occasionally

accidentally

noticeably

difficulty

probably

extremely

believably

English homework- relative clauses

posted 25 Feb 2016, 14:25 by H Killen   [ updated 25 Feb 2016, 14:25 by L Ross ]

Please find your homework on relative clauses attached. 

English homework

posted 17 Feb 2016, 03:19 by H Killen   [ updated 17 Feb 2016, 03:19 by L Ross ]

Miss Killen’s English Homework

Given out: 18.02.16    Due in: 22.02.16

 

LO: To write a short diary entry as Howard Carter

Text Box: Key Words: Lord Carnarvon Tutankhamun Valley of the Kings tomb sarcophagus  chamber pharaoh

 

 

 

Imagine you are Howard Carter and today was the day when you finally discovered Tutankhamun’s tomb! Write a short diary entry (aim for at least half a page) explaining how you feel about your amazing discovery!  

 

  • Where did you find the tomb?

  • What did you find in Tutankhamun’s tomb?

  • How did you feel when your eyes met the golden sarcophagus?

  • How are you feeling now and what do you plan to do tomorrow?

 

Tip- Aim to spend around 20 minutes on your homework.

New spellings

posted 31 Jan 2016, 06:44 by H Killen   [ updated 31 Jan 2016, 06:44 by L Ross ]

prepare

pretend

prevent

present

produce

provide

preparation

unprepared

pretence

preventable

presence

presentable

production

producing

production

accommodate

accompany

according

achieve

aggressive

Mathematics Homework

posted 27 Jan 2016, 06:51 by H Killen   [ updated 27 Jan 2016, 06:51 by L Ross ]

Please find the next Maths homework attached on area.

English Homework

posted 27 Jan 2016, 06:49 by H Killen   [ updated 27 Jan 2016, 06:49 by L Ross ]

English homework this week is a reading comprehension and will be sent home tomorrow.

Miss Killen

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