Thursday, 6 December 2012

Homework this week

We are looking at percentages as well as learning spellings and practising the 11 times tables!
Hopefully this video will help you if you get stuck at home.

 

7 comments:

  1. 11 time table's 1~11



    11
    22
    33
    44
    55
    66
    77
    88
    99
    110
    121
    132
    143
    154
    165
    176
    187
    198


    Cameron Price

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  2. HomeWork
    11
    22
    33
    44
    55
    66
    77
    88
    99
    110
    121
    132
    143
    154
    165
    176
    187
    198
    Comprehension
    What is the main idea of this passage?
    A)
    Why didn't earlier forms of the bicycle become as popular as the safety bicycle?
    C)
    Introduced means?
    A)
    In what order were the following machines invented?
    B)
    Why do you think the first modern-looking bicycles were called safety bicycles?
    B)
    Zoe

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  3. Winter
    Here where the wind is always north-north-east . . . Joy shivers in the corner where she knits And Conscience always has the rocking chair

    Snow beneath whose chilly softness Some that never lay Make their first Repose this Winter I admonish Thee Blanket Wealthier the Neighbour We so new bestow Than thin acclimated Creature Wilt Thou, Austere Snow?

    you would have been born into winter in the year of the disconnected gas and no car       we would have made the thin walk over Genesee hill into the Canada wind to watch you slip like ice into strangers' hands

    See, Winter comes to rule the varied year,
    Sullen and sad, with all his rising train—
    Vapours, and clouds, and storms. Be these my theme,
    These, that exalt the soul to solemn thought
    And heavenly musing. Welcome, kindred glooms!

    It’s then I hear a voice, a crystal shining icicle clear voice, cold water but made of sound, tells me, keep my connection to the spirits strong

    The old year may die, and a new one be born That is bleaker and colder; But it cannot dismay us; we dare it—we scorn, For love makes us bolder.

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  4. Winter Poem

    Here where the wind is always north-north-east . . . Joy shivers in the corner where she knits And Conscience always has the rocking chair

    Snow beneath whose chilly softness Some that never lay Make their first Repose this Winter I admonish Thee Blanket Wealthier the Neighbour We so new bestow Than thin acclimated Creature Wilt Thou, Austere Snow?

    you would have been born into winter in the year of the disconnected gas and no car       we would have made the thin walk over Genesee hill into the Canada wind to watch you slip like ice into strangers' hands

    See, Winter comes to rule the varied year,
    Sullen and sad, with all his rising train—
    Vapours, and clouds, and storms. Be these my theme,
    These, that exalt the soul to solemn thought
    And heavenly musing. Welcome, kindred glooms!

    It’s then I hear a voice, a crystal shining icicle clear voice, cold water but made of sound, tells me, keep my connection to the spirits strong

    The old year may die, and a new one be born That is bleaker and colder; But it cannot dismay us; we dare it—we scorn, For love makes us bolder.

    Half Of Maths HomeWork

    Would you rather have 3/4 of a cake, 5/9 of a cake, 73% of a cake or 0.7 of a cake?

    I would rather have 5/9 of a cake because it is bigger than 3/4,73% and 0.7.

    Reading Comprehension

    The book that i loved most was the owl that was scared of the dark.

    It was about an owl that was scared of the dark and would never go out in to the dark night, Eventhough it was an night owl.

    The main characters were the baby owl and the mum owl because they were in the story all along.

    12 Times Table Yes

    12
    24
    36
    48
    50
    62
    74
    86
    98
    110
    122
    134

    Extra HomeWork 11 Tables

    11
    22
    33
    44
    55
    66
    77
    88
    99
    110
    121
    132

    Spellings Now

    Impractical
    Impossible
    Improper
    Imprbable
    Inactive
    Inaccurate
    Irresponsible
    Incapable
    Impolite
    Illegal
    Impatient
    Inconvenient
    Incredible
    Illiterate
    Illeggible

    Zoe

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  5. please santa bring a golden feather as soft as a pillow,
    a tear from an angel that you can only get on a dim day,
    a broken plane from 1812,

    please santa bring a tree dancing in a disco,
    a snow flake on fire hurtling to the ground,
    a samuiria assissain elf in the night,

    please santa bring a xbox 50,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,
    the sparkling scale that is the shining sun,
    an iron golem that flys,
    an fish that can talk and live on land for £1.


    jack and jacob

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  6. Great work! Love this zoe and it is great to see you boys working together!!

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  7. hello here to do my homework first ...


    maths:

    1)would you rather have 3/4, 5/9 or 73% or 0.7.

    73% = 73/100
    0.7 = 70/100
    i'd rather have 74% of a cake.

    2] would you rather 2/3 of of £5, 80% of £6, 3/4 of £4, or 0.9 of£4?
    id rather have 80% £6.


    Now reading comprhension

    Guiness world record

    This book is about records in the world so if you were wondering whowas the worldest tallest man there you'd find it inn guiness world records.
    I like this man who blew fire out his mouth because you don't see everyone blowing fire from there mouths.

    playing with my bro cause jacob never came round, [jack's homework].

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