Year 5: Wednesday 1st July: Home Learning: English

Good Morning year 5.

Today I would like you to revise some of the SPaG you have learnt this year. To do this I have put a SPaG tests on the blog for you. However, I don’t expect you to do this all on your own. I expect you to use a website to help you study the material.

One of the things you need to learn for SATs, high school, GCSEs and beyond is how to study.

So what is studying? Well it’s a bit different to homework. Homework is a specific task that we set. Studying is reviewing material that has already been taught. Studying can also be learning new material by making notes on it and then practising it by applying it to a problem.

So how do you do it? With today’s task try this: read the question, and if you don’t know the answer to it, or you are unsure, you can use the website I have provided for you and look up what the rules are. EG:

Question 1

NO!!!! I forgot what a modal verb is!!!!
I know, I’ll follow the instructions and go to the website, scroll through it and see if I can find the words MODAL VERB because that seems to be the subject of the question
.”

Fount it…. Phew, now I’ll click on it and see if I can find the answer!

Great, it has the answer. I’m going to watch the video too so I can understand what a modal verb is, then next time I will know the answer without looking it up! ”

Isn’t that easy? I know all of you can have a go at this!

Website for help: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhrrd2p This has lots of links. Use it to help you revise.

Task 1: SPaG test: I have written instructions underneath the questions explaining how to answer each question in your book or on paper too. (look at the yellow boxes)

Q1. Write the sentence that is correctly punctuated as your answer.
Q2. Write the sentence, underline the word and write at the end of your sentence the correct option.

Q3. Write the sentence with the correct preposition in the place of the box.

Q4. Write the sentence with a comma in the correct place.
Q5. Make these 2 sentences into 1 sentence by adding a relative pronoun and creating a relative clause with commas. Write it in your book/paper.
Q6. Write the sentence with a relative pronoun in place of the box.

Q7. Either draw out the boxes as they are and match them, or write them down matched up!

Q8: Write a sentence that explained which root word is used and has the suffix -ify added to it. Tell me why you think that.
Q9: Write the sentence and add the correct word from the 4 options.

Q.10 Write the sentence and underline the adverbial.

Task 2: write in your book/paper

  1. Write row of the word
  2. Write the definition.
  3. Use the word in a sentence.

On the blog, pick a pair of homophones and use them in sentences to show you understand the difference between them.

101 thoughts on “Year 5: Wednesday 1st July: Home Learning: English

  1. 1)The teacher – who we like very much – is called Miss Fox.✅
    The teacher who we like very much – is called Miss Fox.❎
    2.’I can come to your party after all!’ shouted Jake. Can is an modal verb
    3)The moment had arrived we walked towards the head teacher in silence
    4)I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5)The lady, who was grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.
    6)This is the book that I told you about.
    7)deactivate, disrespect, mistreat, overheat.
    8)The root word to terrify is terror.
    9)When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgot our picnic!
    10)He hammered -noisily- and -violently- on the door.

  2. Our teacher who -we like very much -is called miss fox
    2 it’s a modal verb
    3 The moment had arrive. We walked to the teacher in silence
    4 I dedicate this book to my parents Micky, Mouse and mini mouse

  3. I did all the tasks. My mom will soon send a picture of it.

    steal
    take another persons’s property without permission
    When you steal, you go to prison.

    steel
    a type of metal
    the hammer was made of steel.

  4. Spag test:

    1.Our teacher – who we like very much – is called Miss Fox.

    2.’I can come to your party after all!’ shouted Jake.
    ⬆️
    Can is a modal verb

    3. The moment had arrived. we walked towards the headteacher in silence.

    4. I dedicate this book to my parents,Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

    5.The lady, who lives next door to me, has grey hair and glasses.

    6.The relative Pronoun in this sentence is that

    7. Disrespect
    Deactive
    Mistreat
    Overheat

    8. The root word of terrify is terror.

    9. When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgot our picnic!

    10. He hammered -noisily- and -violently- on the door.

    I have completed the handwriting task on my homework book and I found if easy and fun 😀👍🏾

  5. 1. The teacher, who we like very much, is Mrs Fox.

    2. The word that is underlined is parenthesis.

    3. The underlined word is a modal verb because it has possibilities.

    4. I dedicated this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

    5. The lady, who was grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.

    6. This is the book that I told you about.

    7. deactivate,
    dis – respect,
    mis – treat,
    over – heat.

    8. The root word to terrify is terror.

    9. When we arrived at the park, we realised that we forgot our picnic!

    10. He hammered, loudly and violently, on the door.

  6. 1)Our teacher who-we like very much-is called Mrs Fox.
    2)Modal verb.
    3)The moment had arrived. We walked towards the head teacher in silence.
    4)I dedicate this book to my parents, mickey mouse and Minnie mouse.
    5)The has grey hair and glasses, she lives next d to me.
    6)This is the, book I told you about.
    7)de treat, dis respect, mis active, over heat.
    8)I don’t want to terror you, but there was a snake in your bedroom.
    9)When we arrived at the park, we had forgotten our picnic!
    10)He harmmed noisily and violently on the door.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

    • Good try Saskia
      1 recheck – relative pronoun…….-
      3 Its one sentence
      5 write it as relative clause sentence
      6 include correct relative pronoun
      7 Do we de treat or dis respect ? Please check rest.

  7. 1. The second sentence.
    2.Modal verb.
    3.(towards)
    4.I dedicate this book to my parents,Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
    5.The lady,who has grey hair and glasses,lives next door.
    6.This is the book (that) I told you about
    7.deactivate
    disrespect
    mistreat
    overheat
    8.(terrify)
    9.(our)
    10.(noisily and violently)

  8. Task 1
    1. Our teacher who we like very much – is called miss fox.
    2. The word that is underlined is a modal verb.
    3. The moment had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in silence.
    4. I dedicate this book to my parents, micky mouse and Minnie mouse.
    5. The lady has grey hair and glasses, she lives next door to me
    6. This book that I told you about.
    7. Dis = Disrespect
    de = deactive
    Mis = mistreat
    over = overheat
    8.i don’t want to terror you, but I think there’s a snake in your bed.
    9.When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgot our picnic!
    10.He hammered -noisily- and -violently- on the door.

    ill do the hadwritting and email it later

    • Well done, Luqman. You need to use a different word to ‘terror’ to make better sense. What, word out of the 3 options would work? Remember to use capital letters at the beginning of a sentence and for proper nouns, for names. I look forward to seeing your handwriting.

    • Good try Luqman, please have a look at question 1, 5 and 8 again. Question 8-The word ‘terror’ is correct however you would not replace it with ‘terrify’ because it does not make sense.

  9. 1) The teacher, who, we like very much , is Mrs Fox.
    2) The word that is underlined is parenthesis
    3) The underlined word is a modal verb because it shows a degree of possibility.
    4) I dedicated this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5)The lady, who was grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.
    6)This is the book that I told you about.
    7)deactivate,
    disrespect,
    mistreat,
    overheat.
    8)The root word to terrify is terror.
    9)When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgot our picnic!
    10)He hammered ,noisily ,and violently , on the door.

  10. . The teacher – who we like very much – is called Miss Fox.

    2. The underlined word is a modal verb.

    3. The moment had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in silence.

    4. I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

    5. The lady, who was grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.

    6. This is the book that I told you about.

    7. deactivate, disrespect, mistreat, overheat.

    8. The root word to terrify is terror.

    9. When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgot our picnic!

    10. He hammered -noisily- and -violently- on the door.

  11. 1.The teacher -who we like very much- is called Miss Fox.

    2.The word can which has been under lined is a mobal verb.

    3.The moment had come,we walked towards the head teacher in silence.

    4.I dedicated this book to my parents Minnie mouse and Mickey mouse.

    5.The lady ,who has grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.

    6.This is the book that I told you about.

    7.dis – respect, over-heat, de-activate, mis-treat.

    • I forgot to put the comma before Mickey mouse and Minnie mouse.

      8.The correct root word for terrify is terror.

      9.When we arrived at the park , we realised we forgot our picnic.

      10.He hammered ‘noisily’ and ‘violently’ on the door.

  12. 1.) Our teacher _ who we like very much is called Miss Fox .

    2.) I can come to your party after alllll !! This is a model verb

    3.) We walked towards the headteacher in silence.

    4.) I decatie my book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minne Mouse.

    5.) The lady that had grey hair and glasses , lived next door to me.

    6.)

    7.) De – active
    Dis – respect
    Mis – treat
    Over – heat

    8.) I don’t want to terror you but I think there might be a snake in your bed .

    9.) When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgotten the picnic.

    10.) He hammered noisily and vointely on the door.
    _______

  13. 1)Our teacher-who we like very much.

    2)I can come to your party after all.-Time adverbial In know this because they are talking about time.

    3)The moment we had arrived. We walked to the headteacher In science.

    4)I dedicate,this book to my parents Mickey Mouse and Minney Mouse.

    • Hi Harley,
      You have not finished your first answer…
      Also, please comment all finished questions as a blog comment, thank you. Make sure you remember to use capital letters and commas.

  14. I think the first one is right.

    I think it is the model verb .

    The moment we arrived.We walked towards the headteacher in silence.

    I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    The lady has grey with glasses live next door to me .

    • Kiyan, have a look at the first question again and the fourth question you have not used a relative clause. Please complete the rest of the questions as well.

  15. 1. The teacher – who we like very much – is called Miss Fox.
    2. The underlined word is a modal verb.
    3. The moment had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in silence.
    4. I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5. The lady, who was grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.
    6. This is the book that I told you about.
    7. deactivate, disrespect, mistreat, overheat.
    8. The root word to terrify is terror.
    9. When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgot our picnic!
    10. He hammered -noisily- and -violently- on the door.

  16. Which sentence uses parenthesis correctly?
    Second sentence

    What is underlined in the sentence below?
    Modal verb

    Circle the correct adverbial of place to complete the passage below.
    The moments had arrived.we walked towards the head teacher in silence.

    Add a comma to the sentence below to indicate that Micky Mouse and Minnie are no your parents.
    I dedicate this book to my parents,Micky mouse and miney mouse.

    Rewrite the sentences below and remember to include a relative clause in one?
    The nasty old lady has grey hair and old dirty glasses.She lives with her terrible husband that’s also not very clean.

    The sentence below has a missing word.Fill it in by using a relative pronoun.
    This is the book what I told you about.

    De activate.
    Dis respect
    Over activate
    Mis treat

  17. 1) Our teacher – who we like very much – is called Miss Fox
    2) I can come to your party after all. Can is a modal verb.
    3)The moment we had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in silence.
    4)I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse
    5)The lady, who lived next door to me, has grey hair and glasses.
    6)This is the book which I told you about.
    7)Deactivate Mistreat Disrespect Overheat
    8)I think that terrific is the the word with the suffix – ify because it has the letters terri
    9)When we arrived at the park, we realised we had forgotten our picnic.
    10) The adverbial is noisily and violently

  18. 1)Our teacher – who we like very much – is called Miss Fox.
    2)Modal verb.
    3)Towards.
    4) I have done it in my book
    5) I have done it in my book
    6) I have done it in my book
    7)Dis – respect
    Over – heat
    Miss – respect
    De – activate
    8)Terror
    9)our

  19. Spag
    1) The second one is correct.
    2) The word can is a modal verb.
    3) The moment had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in silence.
    4) I dedicated this book, to my parents Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5) The lady who has grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.
    6) This is the book that I told you about.
    7) disrespect
    Deactivate
    Overheat
    Mistreat
    8) I think it might be terrific.
    9) When we arrived at the park, we realised we had forgotten our picnic.
    10) The adverbial is noisily

  20. 1)Our teacher- who we like very much- is called miss Fox.

    2) In this sentence i think can is a model verb.

    3)The moment had arrived, we walked towards the headteacher in silence.

    4)I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey mouse and Minnie Mouse.

    5) The lady has grey hair and glasses, she lives next door to me.

    6)This is the book that I told you about.

    7) Over-heat
    Dis-respect
    De-activate
    Mis-treat

    8) the word before terrify is terror

    9)when we arrived at the park, we realised we had forgotten.

    10)he hammered noisily and violently on the door.

  21. Task 1
    1.Our teacher- who we like very much- is called miss fox.
    2.I think can is a time adverbial.
    3.The moment had arrived. We walked towards the teacher in silence.
    4.I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5.The lady has grey hair and glasses, she lives next door to me.
    6.This is the book that I told you about.
    7.de-activate
    dis-respect
    mis-treat
    over-heat
    8.I don’t want to terrific you, but I think there might be a snake in your bed.
    9.When we arrived at the park, we realised that we forgotten our picnic.
    10. Hammered is the adverbial.

  22. 1) The sentence that is used correctly is the 2nd one “ Our teacher ,who, we like very much is called Miss Fox.

    2) The word can is the part of the section model verb.

    3) The missing word is “ The moment had arrived . We walked towards the headteacher in silence.” The missing word is towards .

    4) I dedicate this book to my parents,Minne mouse and Mickey Mouse.

    5) The lady ,who, has grey hair and glasses lives next door to us .

    6) The missing word in the sentence is that . “ This is the book that I told you about.

    7) de heat
    dis activate
    mis respect
    over treat
    1) Deactivate
    2)Disrespect
    3)Mistreat
    4)Overheat

    8) The word that makes the word terrify is terror .

    9) The missing word is our .”When we had arrived at the park we realised we forgot our picnic .”

    10) The adverbial in the sentence is violently .

  23. SpAg test
    1. The second sentence uses parenthesis correctly. Our teacher, who we like very much, is called Miss Fox
    2. The word underlined in the sentence is a modal verb ‘can’
    3. The moment had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in complete silence.
    4. I dedicate this book to my parents, Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse
    5. The lady, who has grey hair and glasses, lives next door.
    6. The book, which I told you about, is this one.
    7. Deactivate, Disrespect, Mistreat, Overheat.
    8. The word which uses the suffix -ify’ to create terrify is terror.
    9.When we arrived at the park, we realised we had forgotten our picnic.
    10. The adverbial phrase in the sentence is ‘He hammered noisily’

  24. Task 1.

    The second sentence is using parentheses correctly.
    2.the underlined sentence is a modal verb.
    3.the moment had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in silence.
    4. I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5. The lady has grey hair and glasses,she lives next door to me.
    6. This is the book which I told you about.
    7.dis – respect, over-heat, de-activate, mis-treat.
    8. I don’t want to terror you,but there might be a snake in your bed.
    9. When we arrived at the park,we realised we had forgotten our picnic.
    10. He hammered noisily and violently on the door
    The adverbial phrase is hammered noisily and violently.

      • 5. The lady that has grey hair and glasses, lives next to me.
        6. This is the book that I told you about.
        7. De and deactivate, dis and disrespect, mis and mistreat, over and overheat.
        8. Terror uses the suffix ify to create the word terrify.
        9. When we arrived at the park we realised we had forgotten our picnic.
        10. Violently is the adverbial phrase.

          • Hi Mrs Khan, this is Anis’ mum…. you’ve told Anis to look at question number 10 again but I noticed that on shivani’s work you said ” great work Shivani ” although she has got the same answer as Anis on question 10? I’m slightly confused as to why Anis needs to look at his work again but Shivani doesn’t? It’s not just today I have noticed this, it’s on many different occasions, with different students and with different teachers where one student is praised and the other one told to either look at it again or add more or try again when both of the students answers are the same? It’s quite deflating for the students that are really trying their very best in these difficult circumstances.

  25. 1)The second sentence uses parenthesis accurately.Our teacher-who we like very much-is called Mrs Fox.
    2)The word that is underlined in this sentence is called parenthesis.
    3)The correct adverbial in this sentence is towards.
    4)I dedicated this book to my parents,Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5)The lady who had grey hair and glasses lives next door.
    6)The relative Pronoun in this sentance is which.
    7)De-activate
    Dis-respect
    Mis-treat
    Over-heat
    8)They used the word terror to create the word terrify.
    9)The possessive pronoun in this sentance is our.
    10)The adverbial phrase in this sentance is “hammered noisily and violently”.

  26. 1)The teacher – who we like very much – is called Miss Fox.
    2)The underlined word is a modal verb.
    3)The moment had arrived. We walked towards the headteacher in silence.
    4)I dedicate this book to my parents, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
    5)The lady, who was grey hair and glasses, lives next door to me.
    6)This is the book that I told you about.
    7)deactivate, disrespect, mistreat, overheat.
    8)The root word to terrify is terror.
    9)When we arrived at the park, we realised we forgot our picnic!
    10)He hammered -noisily- and -violently- on the door.

  27. We have done this in school and miss Cochrane will send it.
    Here are the pair of homophones!
    1)Bye 2)buy 3)by.
    1) ‘I will see you tomorrow Miss Cochrane and Miss Janjua.! Bye!
    2) ‘Excuse me miss’ the shopkeeper said ‘you will need to buy that befor you take it!’
    3)my mum said… ‘ you need to tidy your room by 11*clock!’

    I am doing the handwriting in my book now!

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