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For homework, your task is to complete your PowerPoint Presentations based on the topic you have been given.
You are expected to produce 10-15 slides overall, but try to aim to complete the following categories:
SILVER6 or 7 slides
An image on each slide
Transitions on each slide
Relevant text content
A relevant and well positioned image on each slide
Similar transitions on each slide
Relevant text content (NOT copied and pasted)
For homework, you must complete the 'How to use Microsoft Word Guide' that was started in class. To do this, you must include the following points:
•Change font type, size and colour
•Change the paragraph alignment (left, centre and right)
•Add bulletpoints and numbered lists
•Add headers and footers
•Change the layout (either portrait or landscape)
•Review a document to check spelling, word count
Each bullet point must have a sub-heading, an image and a descriptive piece of text explaining how to complete the step.
This is due in on Thursday 28th November.
Please practice and learn the definitions of the following words.
Write a letter persuading your friend to come to an amazing and exciting place.
You have planned this in lesson. Your letter must consist of at least 3 paragraphs, using a wide range of puntuation throughout.
Write your own inspirational poem, to encourage your reader to remain positive and overcome their troubles.
•You should write 4 quatrains
•Your poem should have an ABAB rhyme scheme
•Your ideas should be sensible
•Use a good vocabulary
HINT: Draft it in the back of your book – write it up NEATLY in the front once you are done.
Complete your Dulce et Decorum est storyboards including quotes for each section.
Your assessment is not taking place during the lesson next week. It is now scheduled for the last lesson of term which is Tuesday 17th December. You should revise your notes closely to prepare for this task.
Learn the following spellings and definitions. You should complete your spellings sheet accordingly. If you lose your sheet, the task should be completed on paper.
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 (presposition)
You should also be completing your preparations for your poetry recital which will take place during the lesson in two weeks' time.
Write a short monologue or diary entry from the perspective of Shylock as he hears about or sees the Christian couples celebrating at the end of the play. Consider the following.
•His own religious prejudices
•Their prejudices against him
•How he might feel to see Jessica there
•How Jessica might be acting or feeling knowing what has happened
Revise your notes from the past few weeks, completing any response tasks you have not completed in lesson.
Week 11 for spellings
Complete your Shylock timelines for revision and bring back to next week's lesson.
Complete the context sheet that you were given at the end of the lesson.
Make sure you fill in as many links to the play as possible for each contextual point.
Please ensure that you come to lesson with both this and the Shylock timeline worksheet completed to the next lesson.
Your assessment on the play will take place during the lesson on Tuesday 17th December. You should be revising your notes in preparation for this.
Complete your reading of a text of your choice at home and fill in your homework reading log which should be brought to the lesson.
Spellings and Definitions
Please learn the following spellings and definitions. You should complete your spelling sheet accordingly. If you lose your spelling sheet you should complete work on paper. Each spelling needs to be written out three times, each word must have an appropriate definition and a sentence written using each word.
1. Accommodate (v) 2. Bulk (n) 3. Concurrent 4. Diminish (v) 5. Found (v) 6. Mature (adj) 7. Norm (n) 8. Qualitative (adj) 9. Route (n) 10. Team (n)
You should be continuing to get ready for your poetry recital on the 18th December. Make sure you know the content well and can deliver confidently and with expression. You should not rely on the printed copy of the poem. It is a good idea to practise in front of someone else or to record yourself and listen back. That will help you to overcome any difficulties in how you are able to present your poem.
You have a knowledge test during the lesson next week. You should revise key techniques and terminology we have shared this term and previously
Please complete spellings and definitions sheet:
1. Chemical (adj) 2. Convert (v) 3. Dispose (v) 4. File (n) 5. Hierarachy (n) 6. Intervene (v) 7. Priority (n) 8. Simulate (v) 9. Thesis (n) 10. Voluntary (adj)
If you lose your sheet, this task should be completed on paper.
Complete any response tasks in your books that have not already been completed.
Practice the following spellings and look up and learn any you do not already know.
(For those of you who did not finish it in lesson, please spend 5-10 minutes finishing your speech and proofreading it)
You have a knowledge test during the lesson next week. You should revise key terminology/techniques that we have shared this term and previously.
You should also spend time reading your own texts at home and complete your homework reading log accordingly.
Students need to complete:
1.Brazil’s main ecosystems- climate zones need to be included and information. Where you include, land, animals and plants
2.Climate graph for Brazil, you will need graph paper, take two sheets.
Try your cake at home and complete the evaluation sheet issued in the lesson. Remember to complete both sides of the sheet. Comment on what went well, and what you could improve. Make sure someone else tries your cake and leaves a comment. Of possible get a photograph and attach/stick it to the evaluation sheet.
Research the recent London Bridge terrorist attack. Who were the people who died? What is their connection to the justice system? What terrorist group has accepted responsibility for the attack? Find out some information about them.
Use reputable sites such as below:
Complete the bar chart showing the effect that surface area has on time taken for the reaction to stop
You need to make a poster about Ultrasounds.
Your poster should include:
?Diagrams and pictures
?At least 3 uses of ultrasounds
Do NOT copy off the internet, always use your own words – I will be checking!
Surprise price for the best posters J
If you want me to print it for you email it to me: Deadline for emails is Wednesday 4th December
Produce one A3 moodboard on your chosen design movement/designer.
(Choose from either Art Deco, Memphis, De Stijl, Charles Rennie Macintosh or William Morris)
Info to include:
•Time (when the designer was/is popular)
•Facts about designer Details about the style (keywords i.e. fun, bold, colourful
•Your own opinions on the designer
•LOTS of images
It must be A3, either...
You are going to pretend that you are Lodovico, and complete his report to the officials in Venice.
You must include:
-Quotations from the play
-Accurate details about the other characters
-A judgement about what has occurred in Cyprus.
Choose one key theme in Othello and explore 3 events that link to this theme.
On an A4 sheet of paper, state which theme you have chosen with a brief description of why this theme is important.
Then bullet point three key events and explain how they link to the chosen theme, think about how the characters feel and explore the effect on the audience. You will be sharing these ideas in lesson next week.
You are going to pretend that you are Ludovico, and complete his report to the officials in Venice.
You need to ensure that you report the events in chronological order.
You report must include:
It must be at least one page. You may use the introduction below to help you:
It is with great sadness that I must write to you all to announce the unforunate deaths of several high profile Venetians: Desdemona, daughter of Brabantio; her husband, Othello, a great general of the Venetian army; Emilia, wife of the disgraced lieutenant Iago; Roderigo, a dedicated member of the Venetian military. The devilish villian, Iago, remains in Cyrpus under the watch of the newly appointed general, Cassio. He awaits his sentencing.
It would appear that the crimes for which Iago is convicted began whilst still in Venice.
Please complete all outstanding corrections in your exercise book. You should also respond to any comments made.
Continue to practise your poetry recital. You must be ready to deliver this to the rest of the class in two weeks' time.
Complete your reading at home and fill in your homework reading log accordingly.
Read Act 5 Scene 2 of 'Othello'.
Complete answers relating to Act 4, Scene 1. These answers should be detailed and include quotations. You should refer to language and structure techniques used by Shakespeare.
•How is dramatic tension created in the opening of this scene?
•How does Iago play on the different meanings of the word ‘lie’ in lines 34 – 35?
•How is Othello’s mental and physical degeneration represented in this extract?
•Extension – Can you find any examples of imagery or motifs in this exchange between Othello and Iago?
Revise your notes on characters and themes covered in the play so far.
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