Everest - Wednesday
Year 6 French
Bonjour les enfants! (Good morning children!)
I have prepared two worksheets for you this week. I hope you are all keeping well. Below are this week's worksheets (WB le 18 mai):
Complete the work on the Word documents and email me your work at firstname.lastname@example.org, please.
If you have access to the internet, you can watch the clips related to these worksheets by following the 5 steps on the French section of the school website. If you have difficulty logging in, look at the PDF instructions. Once again my email address is: email@example.com and the password is: sfdfrench2020.
For this week's worksheets, look at the following clips:
Les mois de l'annee
Les jours de la semaine
What are natural resources?
Natural resources are materials or substances that are produced by the environment.
Humans use natural resources to survive.
They can be used to heat our homes, transport us around the world, feed us and clothe us.
Natural resources in the UK
The UK has a lot of natural resources, including fossil fuels for energy, crops for food, and livestock for food as well as clothes.
Resources related to farming are called agricultural resources, these include:
- crops which produce wheat and barley
- livestock such as cows, pigs and chickens which produce dairy, eggs and meat
- sheep which produce wool and leather
Agricultural resources in Chan'gou, China
He Ruiqin lives in Chan'gou, a remote mountain village about three hours from the ancient city of Lijiang.
Her parents are subsistence farmers, making a living from the crops of wheat, potatoes and barley grown on the steep terrace slopes surrounding their house.
Resources found underground are called geological resources, these include:
- minerals like china clay
- metals like tin
- fossil fuels like gas and oil
Think about what you use each day. Is it an agricultural resource or a geographical resource? What do you use it for? Fill in th information on this sheet and send it back to me with what you have come up with.