Tuesday 5th January
Click on the document below to find out some facts about the Arctic. You do not need to print the document out. There are instructions for using the document on the first page. If your device won't let you write on the document it is fine to write your answers into your Home Learning book, take a phote and email that to your teacher.
I am sorry we can't use the online quiz I prepared - the website won't allow me to share it with more than 10 people. I have made a Microsoft Word version of the same activity. I hope you can access it. If you have any problems, just email me at email@example.com
Wednesday 6th January
Today's lesson is all about using punctuation in sentences. There are 3 levels of online activities for you to try.
When you have done your work, email your teacher to tell them which activities you tried. You also need to tell them how confident you feel about the work you did and about anything you would like to practice some more.
Thursday 7th January
Click on the link below and watch the short video.
Answer the questions and send your work to your teacher. There are 3 ways you could do this:
a) Use HWB to create a document and type your answers then share that document with your teacher. If you do this, call your document The Arctic by ..... and put your name where the dots are.
b) Write your answers in an email to your teacher
c) Write your answers in your Home Learning book, take a photograph and email the photo to your teacher.
Whichever way you choose, make sure you write whole-sentence answers.
You can watch the video as many times as you like.
1) Where is the Arctic on Earth?
2) The Arctic Circle covers parts of some oceans and countries.
a) Which ocean is partly in the Arctic Circle?
b) How many countries have parts in the Arctic Circle?
3) Indigenous people means people who have always lived in one area. We sometimes call them native people.
What is the name of the indigenous people of the Arctic Circle?
4) How many people live inside the Arctic Circle?
5) Name 3 animals that naturally live in the Arctic Circle.
6) Why do you think the nahwhal is sometimes called 'the unicorn of the sea'?
7) True or False? The North Pole is colder than the South Pole.
8) How much of the Earth's fresh water is stored in the Arctic ice?
9) Write to explain why you think it is bad that the Arctic ice is melting. Give at least 2 reasons.
If you want to, you could have a go at one of these tasks:
a) Write to explain what your favourite fact from the video is - make sure you give a reason.
b) Choose an arctic animal and write five facts about it.
c) Find out some more about The Doomsday Vault and make a poster, leaflet or fact file about it.
Friday 8th January
Click on the link below. It will take you to an app called Padlet.
On the screen, you will see 3 columns. You can add to any of the columns by clicking the + sign.
Column 1 = facts you know about the Arctic. If someone else has already written your fact, that is fine. You don't need to write it again.
Column 2 = things you would like to find out about the Arctic.
Column 3 = good sources of information you have found. These could be websites, books or even TV programs and YouTube videos. You can paste a web address so other people can get to the sites you found quickly.
Don't worry if your information doesn't show on the page straight away. Your teacher has to check your work before everyone sees it.