Year 4 Homework Spring 2 Week 5

Hi Year 4, here’s your homework. Please complete 2 pieces and ensure they are in school by Wednesday.

English

Create a poster to define some of the new words we have learnt this half term.

⏺Persuade

⏺Dilemma

⏺ Fiction

⏺ Adverbial

⏺ Setting

Maths

Wow!

Create a piece of art in the style of Henri Rousseau. Here’s some pictures to inspire you.

77 thoughts on “Year 4 Homework Spring 2 Week 5

  1. English
    Persuade means when your trying to make someone to believe in you.
    Dilemma means when there is a problem in a story or a comic strip. A dilemma is in the middle.
    Fiction is a story that is not real. Three little pigs.
    A advernial is a word where there is a comma in front.
    A setting is a background

  2. Dilemma: Dilemma means there are a problem. For an example
    There was a dance club and there was a better one and the bad dance club was near you and the other one was better but was too far.
    That is an example.

  3. English
    persuade=to make the reader get intrested
    Dilema=the middle of a story
    fiction=a story that is fake
    adverbial=a fuction of a verb
    setting=the place that it is in

  4. Non had 100 percent.
    If you times year 6 by 2 they will have the same as year 1
    Year 1 had 60 percent
    The thing missing is the y axis and the x axis

  5. Pursued the reader mean# is that when you make the reader interesting.
    A setting means like a background of something.
    Fiction means when it is a lie and people who wrote it is a lie.

  6. Purswade is to make someone believe you
    A dilemma is an issue in something
    Fiction is real
    An adverbial is a adverb at a start of a sentence
    Setting is like a background

  7. Persuade: to make someone agree or believe you.
    Dilemma: in the middle of the story so that the problem of the story needs to be fixed
    Fiction: like it is imaginary and not real
    Adverbial: adverbial is the same function as an adverb.
    Setting: the story takes place in places like school ,home the park or anywhere.
    Maths:
    Year 4 had the most attendance
    Year 1 had the most attendance and was a 50% difference.
    Year 2 had 60%
    I don’t really understand the last one

  8. Maths
    1. Year 4 had most children with 100% attendance
    2.50 children had more attendance in year 1 then year 6
    3.year 2 had 60 children with 100% attendance
    English
    I have made a poster

  9. Maths
    1. Year 4 had the most children with 100% attendance.
    2. The difference between year 1 and year 6 was 50 children more in year 1 attended.
    3. Year 2 had 60 children with 100% attendance.
    4.

  10. English
    Persuade
    induce (someone) to do something through reasoning or argument.
    Dilemma
    an argument forcing an opponent to choose either of two unfavourable alternatives.
    Fiction
    literature in the form of prose, especially novels, that describes imaginary events and people.
    Adverbial
    a word or phrase functioning as a major clause constituent and typically expressing place ( in the garden)
    Setting
    the place or type of surroundings where something is positioned or where an event takes place.

  11. Maths
    1. year 4 have the most people that attended.
    2. the difference between the children that attended in year 1 than year 6 is 50%
    3. year 2 had 60 people that attended school 100%
    4. they havent left space between the y axis and the x axis which has made a histagram

  12. Maths
    1.None of them but year 4 was the closest.
    2.Year 1 need 20% more and year 6 need 70%.
    3.Year 2
    4.The space because they are making a histogram.

  13. Maths
    1. year 4 have the most people that attended.
    2. the difference between the children that attended in year 1 than year 6 is 50%
    3. year 2 had 60 people that attended school 100%
    4. they havent left space between the y axis and the x axis which has made a histigram

  14. Year 4 had the most attendance.

    There was 50 more students in year 1 then year 6 whom had 100% attendance.

    Year 2 had 60 children who recieved 100% attendance.

    The missing part is the space.

  15. English:
    Persuade: to make someone agree or believe you.
    Dilemma: means in the middle of the story so the problem of the story and you need to fix it.
    Fiction: it means like it is imaginary and not real
    Adverbial: The definition of adverbial is to have the same function as an adverb.
    Setting: it means were the story takes place in like school home the park or anywhere.
    Maths:
    Year 4 had the most attendance because their bar chat line is the longest.
    Year 1 had the most attendance because I like looked at year 6 and count on intill I reached year 1 it had 50% difference.
    Year 2 had 60% because i count and it had 6 part to it.
    I don’t understand the last one

  16. Wow :
    I have done my homework and I will bring it to school tomorrow.
    Maths:
    1. Year 4 had 100% attendance.
    2.50% difference is what you are looking for.
    3.year 2 needed 60% of the attendance.
    4.The space because you are making a histogram.

  17. Maths
    The class with the most attendance was year 4.
    The difference was 50 children.
    The year group was year 2.
    The thing missing in the bar chart is it doesn’t leave any space between which makes a histogram and y and axis.

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