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Tuesday

                                    Literacy 

Watch this video of the 'Manfish'- A Story about Jacques Cousteau.

 

Then we would like you to answer questions on the story.

Ms. Alex reads Manfish: A Story of Jacques Cousteau

Once you have finished answering the questions, have a go noting down the main events in Jacques Cousteau's life. 
                                                   Maths 

9 Times Table

Still image for this video

French

Visit languageangels.com

Username- Westmo4138

Password- lahome

Go on Unit 2- Les Instruments

Have a go at the interactive lesson 1.

 

Science

Pitch is the way that a noise may sound -

high or low.

High pitched sounds have high frequencies (a lot of quick
waves). The more peaks in this time, the higher the pitch.

Low pitched sounds have low frequencies (a smaller number of
waves).


How does pitch change?
High and low are words to describe the pitch of a sound. High
sounds can be quiet or loud, and low sounds can be quiet or
loud too!
Normally, the
shorter, tighter or thinner the object is, the
higher the pitch of the sound will be. This is because the
vibrations will be faster. The l
onger, looser or thicker the object
is, the
lower the pitch of the sound will be. This is because the
vibrations will be slower.

 

Watch this BBC Bitesize video. 

Your task for this week


Design your own musical instrument by upcycling things at home.
Challenge: Can you play high and lowpitch
sounds on your instrument? How did you do it?


Can you take a photo of your instrument and email it to your teacher?

Explain how you made a highpitch
sound and how you made a lowpitch
sound.
Below, you will find examples of how you could make musical instruments by upcycling things
at home.

‘Work Together. Play Together, Succeed Together

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