6th Class Work at Home – Week: April 20th – April 25th 2020

Maths Answers Monday

(Great News!- Mr. & Mrs. O’ Neill have a beautiful baby boy )

HISTORY- Unit 16- Northern Ireland

Read pg.s 86,87,88   Pg 89 ans A1-5,B1-4, C1-4,D 2&3,

E1- Titanic/Harland & Wolff/ Belfast city hall/ Wall Art on gable ends of houses/ C.S. Lewis & Narnia

GEOGRAPHY- UNIT 16 –TRANSPORT

Read pg.s 89,90,91,92,93  AnsQuestions pg91: 1-6 ; pg 93: 1-7

RELIGION- GROW IN LOVE 6 : THEME 9 LESSON 1   THE EUCHARIST

Read pg.s 82, 83, 84, 85  Journal Exercise pg 82 & 84

PE

Daily workout on-line with body coach Joe Wicks (you tube)/ go for a walk/ kick a football

ENGLISH

Spellings- next week

Starlight Reader: read pg.s 158,159,160  pg 161 Ans a1-5 & blue box, B1-5 & blue box, C1-6& pink box    pg 162 ans D1-6,  E- rewrite dialogue & text , Ans F, Ans G1 & 2

GAEILGE-  AM DON LÉAMH

If you are unsure of a word and do not have your dictionary please usr Google translate on your phones/i-pads

20th/ 21st – Ag Siopadóireacht ar an Ríomhaire & Ex’s A,B,C,D

22nd/23rd – An Capall  & Ex’s A,B,C,D

MATHS

We are doing our maths book this week and we have it laid out day by day with examples for you to help you along.

Chapter 31- RULES & PROPERTIES

MONDAY PG 133

EXAMPLES

Work out the pattern first

e.g. !a.   9,   18,   27,   36,    45 ,    54,    63,    72   

                  +9       +9        +9         +9            +9              +9           +9

2d.   57,   56,   54,   51,   47,   42,   36,   29,

             -1     -2      -3     -4     -5     -6      -7

3c.     3125, ÷5    625, ÷5   125, ÷5   25, ÷5   5, ÷5   1

4f. ,    ,    ,    ,    ,

In this one keep referring back to original fraction- 2nd one is twice 1st one so multiply top by 2

3rd  one is 3 times 1st  one so multiply top by 3

4th one is 4 times 1st one so multiply top by 4

Then 5th one is multiply top and bottom of 1st by 5

And 6th one is multiply top and bottom of 1st one by 6

So you should get  ,  ,   ,   ,   ,

 

5c. multiply both sides of the ratio so you don’t upset the balance

4:7,   8:14,   12:21,   16:28,   20:35 

Look at 1st one all the time-  2nd one is multiply 1st by 2/ 3rd one is multiply 1st by 3/ 4th one is multiply 1st by 4 etc

6f.   14,   17,    22,     29,     38,      49

+3      +5    +7    +9     +11           you are adding on the next odd number

CLASSWORK

PG 133  No 1- b,c,e,f,h/ No2- b,c,e,f,h/ No 3 b,d,f,h/ No 4 b,d,f/ No 5 b,d,f/ No 6 b,d,f

TUESDAY

Page 134

Q1. Look at the example above No. 1

Now do 1a & 1c(addition)- 6 different ways

*What do you notice about the answers for each sum?

*Does the order matter?

Q2. Now do 2a & 2c (Multiplication this time)  6 different ways

*Does the order matter in multiplication?

Q3. Does order matter in these addition & subtraction sums

(Start at first no. & work to the end of the mathematical sentence)

Do these sums:     No. 3a  1&2/ No. 3c 1&2/ No. 3e 1&2

Q4. Do each of these sums twice starting with a different operation each time

Example:  4a    4 x 7 +2=     (4 x 7) =28 +2=30

4 x 7 + 2=    ( 7 + 2)=9 x 4=36

Now ( like above in 2 ways) do No.s  4b, 4d, 4f, 4h

WE SEE ORDER DOES MATTER AND SO WE MUST FOLLOW AN ORDER WHEN DOING SUMS. This is:

B   Brackets

O   Of ( which means multiply)

M   Multiply

D   Division

A   Addition

S   Subtraction

Following this order do these sums No. 5a, 5c, 5d, 5f, 5g

Example 5b    (5 + 4) x 6 =       {  In BOMDAS – B comes before M so do inside Brackets and then Multiply your answer}     (5+4)x6=     [9×6=54}

WEDNESDAY

Pg 135

Q1. Remember  BOMDAS – Brackets, Of,X,÷,+,-

In No 1 we are only going to use one way doing the sums ( THE CORRECT WAY PLEASE !!!!) using BOMDAS- put in brackets if it helps you figure out what you must do first

Example 1a.   36 ÷ 3 +6=      look at BOMDAS ÷ comes before + so we’ll do that first

36÷3=12 +6 =18                           NOW DO No. 1b,c,f,g,j,k

Q2.- Q5       Remember BOMDAS again.

Example 3d.  691-86 x 7 =              Multiplication before Subtraction in BOMDAS

691-(86×7)=

691-602=89

NOW DO Q2 a&b, Q3 a&b, Q4 a&b, Q5 a&b

Q6-12 The numbers here are bigger so you can use your calculator if you like. Remember BOMDAS again.

NOW DO Q 6,7,8,9,10,11,12 ( a only) 7 Q 13,14,15,16

THURSDAY

Pg 136

Do Q1,2,3,4.             Remember BOMDAS when doing them :   Brackets, Of,X,÷,+,-

Do Q 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 ( a only in all of these & you may use your calculator)

No 13 you must use the 3 numbers in the corners of the triangle and 2 operations( +,-,x,÷) & arrive at the no. in the middle.

Example 13a    Look at it in the book please.   You have 18, 24 & 56 and you must arrive at 488

18 x 24 = 432 +56 = 488

Now Do 13c & 13e

Now Do “a” only in No.s 16,17,18,19,20,21 (You may use your calculator)

FRIDAY

Pg 139 LOOK BACK CHAPTER

Magic Multiplication Squares

The outside lines tell you what to do.

x 8 9
8 64 72
9 72 81

Put your finger on 8 green down and 9 green on top, carry those fingers out straight and they meet at 72

STEP 1; Figure out what is missing in top line

If I take 9 green down out aonto 72 what should be on the top line there, 72÷9=8, so I put in red 8 on top

STEP 2: Now I can figure out the last missing no. ; Ta 8 green out and bring down number from the top of missing box line- that’s 8 red so 8×8=64

Now try 1b & 1d

Q2-5 Long Multiplication( FOR GOODNESS SAKE REMEMBER THE MAGIC ZERO!!!!)

Count number of numbers after the decimal point in the sum and have the same number of numbers after the decimal in your answer.

Examples

2a

5.6                                         Now DO  Q 2b,3b,4b,5b

X 3.7

392

 +1680

20.72                      ( .6 & .7 In sum so in ans 2 no.s after decimal   .72)

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Example 6a

38.6

X 0.42

772

15440

16.212                    (.6 & .42 in sum , that’s 3 no.s after decimal so same in ans .212)

Now Do  Q6b & 7b

NOW WE ARE REVISING HCF or HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR

( a factor is a no. that will divide into another  e.g.3 & 4 are factors of 12)

Example 9a

Factors of 28- 1,2,4,7,14,28

Factors of 42- 1,2,3,6,7,14,21,42            CIRCLE WHAT IS COMMON TO BOTH LINES

Common factors- 1,2,7,14             and HCF=14

Resources

  • RTE Home School  – will broadcast over an hour of “school on TV” to support primary school children and their parents at home. It will run from 11-12 Monday to Friday on RTÉ 2, with a shorter “catch-up” segment later in the afternoon. It will be aimed particularly at children in 1st to 6th class.

  • Cúla4 on TG4 provides plenty of Gaeilge programmes which children can watch to keep up their Gaeilge learning.

  • My 2020 Covid-19 Time Capsule – a great resource to help capture the memories from the time we spend safe at home.

  • Twinkl.ie have excellent school closures packs which can be used as extra work from home should your child like to do some extra activities – use code CVDTWINKLEHELPS for a free month when signing up

  • Let’s Play Ireland is a government-led initiative aimed at promoting play for all children living in Ireland during the COVID-19 emergency.

  • Active HOME Week are inviting you to participate in the ‘Active HOME Week‘ challenge.

Special Education Needs

  • NCSE  – The National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is currently preparing online resources for children with Special Educational Needs who are at home as a result of the schools’ closure.