This afternoon you have geography and Spanish.
Please also make sure that you have done your TT Rockstars (including NumBots), Spelling Shed and Reading Plus today. Miss Hesketh and Miss Owen are checking daily and letting Mrs Davies know who has been logging on. These websites also help you to keep everything you have learned so far, and all of your progress in maths, reading and spelling, active in your brain!
Tuesday 2nd June 2020
LI: To learn about fossil fuels and sustainable energy
Over the past few weeks (before half term) you were learning about plastics and sustainability (Week 6) and the world's resources (Week 7). This week you are going to learn about how we can get energy in different, more sustainable ways.
Much of the world’s energy is produced by burning fossil fuels such as oil, coal and gas. These natural resources are formed from the remains of plants and animals that died millions of years ago. They are used to power everything from planes to gas cookers.
Renewable energy is a natural source of energy that will never run out. Wind, the Sun and water are renewable energy sources that can be used to create electricity.
Quiz (see link above)
Energy sorting cards
For this activity you can cut out the cards and sort them into renewable and non-renewable energy types. However, it may be more eco-friendly to draw a table on the paper that you already have and copy the cards into the correct column.
|Renewable Energy||Non-Renewable Energy|
What are the advantages and disadvantages of renewable and non-renewable energy? List all the different sources of energy you've learnt about in this lesson and write down the advantages and disadvantages of each. Download and print out the the activity sheet or write down your answers on a piece of paper.
Telling the time
You are confident at using numbers in Spanish so use this knowledge. However, below the activities I have added a YouTube video to help you if you need it. If you don't think you do, complete the sheets first and then watch the video (only 5 minutes long) to check what you have done.