Thursday 11th June
Finding the Missing Angle
Continuing to use what we know, we are able to find further missing angles.
There are 360 degrees in a full turn.
The angles in a quadrilateral add up to 360 degrees.
Opposite angles when 2 lines cross are equal to each other.
Angle Masterclass - Quadrilaterals
Angle Masterclass - Opposite Angles
Choose your Chilli Challenge
How did you get on?
Your English task today is to begin planning a story. Have a look at the pictures below to give you some ideas. Then copy and complete the story planning grid.
Story setting: Where does the story begin?
Build up: Characters travelling to a new setting/adventure
Quest: What are they looking for? What will they find?
Problem: Something happens - What gets in their way? Is is a villain?
Solution: How does the battle end?
Ending: Did they find the object? What was it? How did they use it?
Moral: What did the characters learn?
Today you will learn the the difference between duration and tempo and find out how they affect the feel of any music you listen to.
Click on this link to take you to BBC Home learning website with a film for you to watch. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4skd6f
Having a mix of short and long notes makes a piece of music more interesting. Imagine a piece of music that used notes that were all the same length.
Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 is a piece of classical music famous for its dramatic opening. The first few notes are three short notes followed by a longer one (short, short, short, long).
Tempo is the speed of the music. Music can be really fast, really slow or somewhere in between.
Love songs and sad pieces of music are often slow. Fast songs can be happy and make you want to move around.
Some music changes speed. For example, Zorbas by Mikis Theodorakis is a piece of guitar music from the film Zorba The Greek that starts slow and gets quicker as it goes along.
Here are some musical terms about tempo:
adagio - slow
accelerando - speed up
allegro - quick