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Please complete the spellings and defintions sheet.
1. Aspect (n) 2. Complex (adj) 3. Consume (v) 4. Equate (v) 5. Injure (v) 6. Normal (adj) 7. Previous (adj) 8. Relevant (adj) 9. Select (v) 10. Transfer (v)
IF YOU LOSE YOUR SHEET, THE TASK MUST BE COMPLETED ON PAPER. EACH SPELLING NEEDS A DEFINITION, A SENTENCE USING IT APPROPRIATELY AND BE WRITTEN OUT THREE TIMES.
Complete one hour of reading. This does not just have to be a fictional book, but should be recorded on a Homework Reading Log.
Practise your poem for the poetry recital on the last week of term.
Complete your spellings and definitions sheet:
1. Appropriate (adj) 2. Community (n) 3. Construct (v) 4. Element (n) 5. Impact (n) 6. Maintain (v) 7. Potential (adj) 8. Regulate (v) 9. Seek (v) 10. Tradition (n)
IF YOU LOSE YOUR SPELLING SHEET, YOU MUST COMPLETE THE TASK FULLY ON PAPER. YOU NEED TO WRITE THE DEFINITION FOR EACH WORD, USE IT APPROPRIATELY IN A SENTENCE AND WRITE EACH SPELLING OUT THREE TIMES.
Practice spelling and learn the definitions of the following words.
Complete your spellings and defintions sheet:
1. Affect (v), 2. Commission (n), 3. Consequent (adj), 4. Distinct (adj), 5. Focus (n), 6. Journal (n), 7. Positive (adj), 8. Region (n), 9. Secure (adj), 10. Text (n)
You need to fill in definition of each word and then compose a sentence using each word appropriately. Practise spellings by filling in all three columns: cover and write.
IF YOU LOSE YOUR SPELLING SHEET, THE WHOLE TASK MUST BE COMPLETED ON PAPER.
Practice and learn the definitions of the following spellings.
Spellings for next week:
achieve, assist, compute, credit, evaluate, institute, obtain, primary, reside, site
acquire, category, conclude, culture, feature, invest, participate, purchase, resource, strategy
You should spend at least one hour reading a text or texts of your choice. Details of your reading (title of text, pages read and summary of what you have read about) should be recorded on your homework reading log and brought to your next lesson.
You should also be rehearsing for your poetry recital on Monday 14th December. You will be expected to recite your poem (not read it) to the rest of the class. Produce a short Power Point presentation to accompany your recital. This should include brief background about the poet and the poem itself. You may wish to include comments relating to any of the techniques the poet has used in your chosen poem and any effects created by these.
Complete one analytical paragraph analysing how nature and emotions are presented in the poem.
Ensure your quotation is embedded into your sentence.
Please learn the following spellings and definitions. Complete your spelling sheet accordingly. If you lose your sheet, the task must be fully completed on paper. This means you need to write a definition, use each word appropriately in a sentence and write each word out three times.
1. Administrate (v) 2. Chapter (n) 3. Conduct (n) 4. Design (n) 5. Final (adj) 6. Item (n) 7. Perceive (v) 8. Range (n) 9. Restrict (v) 10. Survey (v)
What forces act on a football during a game?
What forces act when it moves at a constant velocity? Draw a forces diagram.
What forces act on it when it is accelerating/decelerating? Draw a forces diagram
Complete both revision work sheets that were started in lesson.
Learn some quotations ahead of your assessment, the worksheets should assist with this.
•Revise key terms, characters and events
•Re-read your merchant of Venice booklet
•Make a ‘Shylock’ poster - the assessment question is on this character
•Learn some important quotations
•Practise writing some analytical paragraphs
Create a quotation bank of at least ten key quotes from the play. You must be able to memorise your selected quotes.
Link these quotes to the key themes we have studied.
Please complete the tasks on both sides of your spellings sheet.
1. Append (v) 2. Clarify (v) 3. Crucial (adj) 4. Drama (n) 5. Highlight (v) 6. Intense (adj) 7. Plus (prep) 8. Reinforce (v) 9. Theme (n) 10. Visual (adj)
IF YOU LOSE YOUR SPELLING SHEET YOU MUST COMPLETE THE TASK ON PAPER. A DEFINTION NEEDS TO BE GIVEN FOR EACH SPELLING. A SENTENCE SHOULD BE WRITTEN USING EACH SPELLING APPROPRIATELY. EACH SPELLING SHOULD BE WRITTEN OUT THREE TIMES.
You should also be preparing for your poetry recital on Thursday 17th December. You need to recite your poem off by heart to the rest of the class and should produce a Power Point presentation giving background details of the poet and poem. You can add ideas relating to themes and techniques if you wish.
Practise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words.
Ensure your book is fully up to date with all marking targets and corrections responded to.
Learn the following spellings and definitions and complete your spelling sheet accordingly:
1. Ambiguous (adj) 2. Chart (n) 3. Contradict (v) 4. Displace (v) 5. Guideline (n) 6. Inspect (v) 7. Paragraph (n) 8. Random (adj) 9. Terminate (v) 10. Virtual (adj)
IF YOU LOSE YOUR SPELLING SHEET, YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL TASKS ON PAPER. A DEFINITION OF EACH WORD, TOGETHER WITH A SENTENCE USING EACH WORD APPROPRIATELY SHOULD BE COMPLETED. PRACTISE EACH SPELLING THREE TIMES.
Remember, you should be rehearsing your chosen poem for your poetry recital on Thursday 17th December. You will need to be able to recite (not read) your poem to the rest of the class. You should produce a brief Power Point presentation to accompany your recital; this can include brief background about the poet/poem and comments on any techniques used/effects of these.
Please complete your spelling sheets with the following definitions and giving a sentence using each one appropriately:
1. Accumulate (v) 2. Bias (n) 3. Contemporary (adj) 4. Deviate (v) 5. Fluctuate (v) 6. Infrastructure (n) 7. Offset (v) 8. Radical (adj) 9. Tense (adj) 10. Via (preposition)
IF YOU LOSE YOUR SPELLING SHEET, THE TASK MUST BE COMPLETED FULLY ON PAPER WITH EACH SPELLING WRITTEN OUT THREE TIMES.
You should also be preparing/rehearsing your chosen poem for your recital which is taking place during the last lesson of term. You will need to produce a short Power Point presentation to accompany your poem.
Revise the Industrial Revolution and what we have learnt so far about WWI
Good luck! :)
Next lesson we will be doing our first Key Assessment Point (KAP) of the year. This assessment will include information from both the Industrial Revolution and World War One modules. The assessment will include a series of one mark questions, source analysis and an essay style question. Over the next week you should revise everything we have done so far in History this year. Be prepared!
Complete a quotation table on the theme of deception or the relationship between Othello and Iago. This is vital for your assessment – you will need quotations to discuss. Ensure this is done for the revision session in 2 weeks time.
Complete a quotation bank ahead of your Othello assessment.
It should have three columns. The left one should read "Act/scene/character". The middle one should read "Quotation" and the right one should read "Analysis/why it's important".
You should be continuing to prepare for your poetry recital. Also, revise for your knowledge test. Areas for you to cover are:
Literary and poetic terms and definitions
You will have notes relating to these areas in your current exercise books and also in your Y8 books.
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