Read the attached version of Macbeth - this is an easier re-telling, told in a more informal style.
Each slide of the story has a hashtag on it, to help your remember what happens.
In your English book, write down each hashtag as a subheading.
Under each of these hashtags, write down what you think Macbeth is feeling or thinking at that point of the story. Write these in the first person.
Macbeth is set in the 11th century CE, so about 1000 years ago. So better pieces of work will not have him sounding too modern; make sure not to mention inventions or ideas which he would not have had (so, don't have him thinking that he will ring his wife, for example: phones did not exist!)
If you have time, do the same for Lady Macbeth.
You shall use this work later in the week, to write a diary entry for Macbeth.
The answers to Friday's maths are available for download.
Watch and make notes on the following videos, which will teach you how to find the areas of triangles and parallelograms.
Area of triangles: https://youtu.be/zADj0k0waFY
Area of parallelograms: https://youtu.be/uj6k22WubCk
Then, answer the questions attached: Section B is for everyone; Section C is harder, and you need only attempt these if section B is too easy.
Both section B and C are attached as two page Word documents.
Remember to show our working out, and include the formula for each question.
Upload your answers in an observation on tapestry.
Read the attachment "Classification Lesson 1". Discuss this with an adult if possible, making notes as you go.
Then, you can have a go at the classification activity.
There is an example sheet.
Classify the zoo animals the same way into your book. It may be necessary to do this work on a double page spread, or on a piece of A4 paper which you stick into your book.
There are three sheets of zoo animals, but you only have to do the first one. The second and third pages are optional.