Answer questions page 99 Part A B C and D2 and D3
Grow in Love:
Follow the link Scroll down to New Testament Bible story number 43 The Farmer and the seed
Read the story and write a recount of what happened. Draw a picture to represent the story.
Ms O’Shaughnessy’s Maths group:
Hi girls, I hope you are all well and enjoying the work that’s being set for you. Here is some more work to keep you going. Remember; only do as much as you can and you do not have to be in my group to do it:
This week we are going to focus on calculating percentage profit and loss. Here is a quick recap:
Sate whether each of these is a profit or loss and by how much (€):
Cost Price: Selling Price:
P/C.P. x 100/1 or L/C.P x 100/1. (/= divided by)
C.Work it out:
Maths language revision:
Can you explain the following terms? If not, look them up. You might like to add them to a “dictionary” (back of your copy, A4 page etc). Be as specific as you can when giving your definition.
What am I?
Challenge of the week (only if you have time on your hands, it’s just to stretch your brains!): Visit the webiste www.dcbeagle.com/index.html. You can also access it via the Maths Ireland website at www.mathsweek.ie
Choose one activity daily from one of the puzzle books. Book 6 is for age 11+ but you may prefer to start with Book 5 or 4 as they are quite tricky. Record your rough-work. You might like to take a picture of your work for use at a later stage.
Ms O’Shaughnessy’s English group:
If you are in my English group, have a look at these activities. Do the activities that apply to you. Not all of the suggestions will apply to each girl that comes to the group so if it doesn’t make sense to you, don’t worry! Look out for an optional activity on Seesaw also!
MRAH Book 6:
Tuesday: p.76 Spaghetti alla Puttanesca
Wednesday: p. 78 Spud
Thursday: p. 79 Ireland’s First Olympic Medallist
Friday: p. 80 Job Application
Activity A: Choose one of these texts and summarise the main points of the text. Activity B: The recipe on p.76 comes from Italy. What is your favourite meal of all time? Write out the recipe. Remember, you are writing it as a procedure so it should follow the required structure: Headings, steps/ method, materials needed (ingredients) etc.
MRAH Book 4: Tues
Tuesday: P. 75 Robot Kid
Wednesday: P.76 Flags
Thursday: P. 77 Offerings
Friday: P.78 Caves
Activity A: Re-read the text Flags. Can you describe the flag from your home country/ parents’ country? What are the colours? Are there any symbols, if so what do they mean? Is there an interesting history behind the flag? What is it?
Activity B: Continue with English workbook if you have it- do one page a day (this applies to some girls only)
For all girls attending the group: Word of the Day- look up the word and add to your dictionary
(This can just be a page at the back of your copy). Use the word in a sentence:
For all girls attending the group-Poetry:
Thursday 30th April was National Poetry Day. You have read 3 poems over the past few weeks: April, Teacher and Some Favourite Words. Below is a poem written by a secondary school student about her brother.
He is funny.
He is caring.
He is protective
He is awkward.
He is tall.
He is a big softie.
He is an idiot.
He is sometimes useless.
He is clueless.
He is immature (depending on the scenario)
but he is mature.
He is not a lightweight.
He is a fussy eater.
He is gentle.
He is rough.
He is strong.
He is broad.
He is dopey.
He is book smart.
He is street wise.
He looks like a hard lad.
But he is really mushy inside.
Jade Byrne is a student at Presentation Secondary School, Warrenmount,