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Year 7 English (7R)
Spellings and Definitions Week 18


Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:

1. Consent (v) 2. Coordinate (v)  3. Demonstrate (v) 4. Framework (n) 5. Instance (n) 6. Maximise (v) 7. Physical (adj) 

8. Remove (v)  9. Sufficient (adj) 10. Volume (n)

If you lose your spellings sheet, you must complete the task on paper.  Each spelling should be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.


Due on 08 February 2023
Created on 01 February 2023
7 EnglishMrs AlliesSpellings and Definitions Week 187R01 February 202308 February 2023
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Year 7 English (7T)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 16

Compensate

Contribute

Criteria

Ensure

Imply

Link

Partner

Register

Shift

Technology


Due on 08 February 2023
Created on 01 February 2023
7 EnglishMr JonesSpellings7T01 February 202308 February 2023
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Year 7 English (7T)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 15

Comment

Constrain

Correspond

Emphasis

Immigrate

Layer

Outcome

React

Section

Technique


Due on 01 February 2023
Created on 25 January 2023
7 EnglishMr JonesSpellings7T25 January 202301 February 2023
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Year 7 English (7R)
Spellings and Definitions Week 16


Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:

1. Compensate (v) 2. Contribute (v) 3. Criteria (n)  4. Ensure (v)  5. Imply (v)  6. Link (n)  7. Partner (n)  8. Register (v) 

9. Shift (v) 10. Technology (n)

If you lose your spellings sheet, you must complete the task on paper.  Each spelling should be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.


Due on 25 January 2023
Created on 18 January 2023
7 EnglishMrs AlliesSpellings and Definitions Week 167R18 January 202325 January 2023
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Year 7 English (7T)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 14

Circumstance

Constant

Corporate

Dominate

Illustrate

Justify

Negate

Publish

Sequence

Technical


Due on 25 January 2023
Created on 18 January 2023
7 EnglishMr JonesSpellings7T18 January 202325 January 2023
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Year 7 Science (7S/W)
energy - kerboodle


Please complete the task set for you on kerboodle 

institution code   tr9 

Kerboodle


Due on 03 February 2023
Created on 27 January 2023
7 Science energy - kerboodle 7S/W27 January 202303 February 2023
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Year 7 Science (7S)
antacid investigation


Finish the bar chart from the lesson 


Due on 27 January 2023
Created on 20 January 2023
7 Science antacid investigation 7S20 January 202327 January 2023
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Year 8 English (8EN2c)
Spellings and Definitions Week 17


Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:

1. Attain (v)  2. Commence (v) 3. Device (n) 4. Ethic (n)  5. Intermediate (adj)  6. Minimal (adj) 7. Preliminary (adj)

8. Revolution (n)  9. Supplement (n) 10. Viiolate (v)

If you lose your spellings sheet, the task should be completed on paper.  Each spelling should be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.


Due on 14 February 2023
Created on 07 February 2023
8 EnglishMrs AlliesSpellings and Definitions Week 178EN2c07 February 202314 February 2023
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Year 8 English (8.2f)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the meanings of the following words:

Week 15

Anticipate

Coherent

Controversy

Duration

Insight

Medium

Passive

Relax

Sphere

Trigger


Due on 10 February 2023
Created on 03 February 2023
8 EnglishMr JonesSpellings8.2f03 February 202310 February 2023
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Year 8 English (8.2a)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 16

Assure

Coincide

converse

Erode

Integral

Military

Portion

Restrain

Subordinate

Unify


Due on 07 February 2023
Created on 31 January 2023
8 EnglishMr JonesSpellings8.2a31 January 202307 February 2023
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Year 8 English (8EN2c)
Spellings and Definitions Week 16


Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:

1.  Assure (v)  2. Coincide (v)  3. Converse (v) 4. Erode (v)  5.  Integral (adj)  6. Military (adj) 7. Portion (n)  8. Restrain (v)

9. Subordinate (adj) 10. Unify (v)

If you lose your spelling sheet, the task should be completed on paper. Each spelling should be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.  


Due on 07 February 2023
Created on 31 January 2023
8 EnglishMrs AlliesSpellings and Definitions Week 168EN2c31 January 202307 February 2023
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Year 8 English (8.2f)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the meanings of the following words:

Week 14

Analogy

Cease

Confine

Distort

Inherent

Mediate

Overlap

refine

Scenario

Temporary


Due on 03 February 2023
Created on 27 January 2023
8 EnglishMr JonesSpellings8.2f27 January 202303 February 2023
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Year 8 English (8.1a)
Oliver Twist Reading


Read chapter 11

Once you have read chapter 11, summarise what happens:

•What happens to Oliver?

•What does he do?

•How is Oliver treated by others?

Remember to research any words that you don’t understand!


Due on 31 January 2023
Created on 24 January 2023
8 EnglishMiss Manley (IKM)Oliver Twist Reading8.1a24 January 202331 January 2023
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Year 8 English (8.2a)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 15

Anticipate

Coherent

Controversy

Duration

Insight

Medium

Passive

Relax

Sphere

Trigger


Due on 31 January 2023
Created on 24 January 2023
8 EnglishMr JonesSpellings8.2a24 January 202331 January 2023
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Year 8 English (8EN2c)
Spellings and Definitions


Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:

1. Anticipate (v) 2. Coherent (adj)  3. Controversy (n) 4. Duration (n)  5. Insight (n)  6. Medium (adj)  7. Passive (adj) 

8. Relax (v)  9. Sphere (n)  10. Trigger (v)

If you lose your sheet, you must complete the task on paper.  Each spelling should be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.


Due on 31 January 2023
Created on 24 January 2023
8 EnglishMrs AlliesSpellings and Definitions8EN2c24 January 202331 January 2023
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Year 8 English (8.2f)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the meanings of the following words:

Week 13

Accommodate

Bulk

Concurrent

Diminish

Found

mature

Norm

Qualitative

Route

Team


Due on 27 January 2023
Created on 20 January 2023
8 EnglishMr JonesSpellings8.2f20 January 202327 January 2023
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Year 8 English (8.2a)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 14

Analogy

Cease

Confine

Distort

Inherent

Mediate

Overlap

refine

Scenario

Temporary


Due on 24 January 2023
Created on 17 January 2023
8 EnglishMr JonesSpellings8.2a17 January 202324 January 2023
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Year 8 English (8.2C)
Spellings and Definitions Week 15


Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:

1. Accommodate (v) 2. Bulk (n) 3. Concurrent (adj)  4. Diminish (v)  5. Found (v)  6. Mature (adj)  7. Norm (n) 

8. Qualitative (adj)  9. Route (n)  10. Team (n)

If you lose your sheet, you must complete the task on paper.  Each spelling should be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.

YOU HAVE ALREADY COMPLETED THIS AND IT HAS BEEN REPEATED BY MISTAKE. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU KNOW THE DEFINITIONS AND WE WILL HAVE A TEST ON THOSE NEXT WEEK.


Due on 24 January 2023
Created on 17 January 2023
8 EnglishMrs AlliesSpellings and Definitions Week 158.2C17 January 202324 January 2023
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Year 8 Humanities (All classes)
What was the most significant event of WWII?


A research project to be presented how you want e.g. poster, booklet, leaflet, poem, diary entries, newspaper article

 

A research project on what you think is the most significant event from WWII and to explain WHY

 

If you need to ask any questions then please email rkendall@ttsonline.net or speak to your class teacher.


Due on 17 February 2023
Created on 04 January 2023
8 HumanitiesMrs KendallWhat was the most significant event of WWII?All classes04 January 202317 February 2023
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Year 8 Humanities (All classes)
Revision for KAP


Next week there will be a KAP on whether we have learnt from our mistakes. Use Session 4 for revision.

The KAP will be extended writing.

Resources for the essay are here

Revise two examples of Genocide and two examples of Rembrance


Due on 03 February 2023
Created on 26 January 2023
8 HumanitiesMrs KendallRevision for KAPAll classes26 January 202303 February 2023
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Year 8 Humanities (All year 8 classes)
Storyboard - What can we learn from survivors of the camps?


Using the link, read the information about the survivor's experience in the concentration camp and complete the storyboard.

Here are the links to the resources.

If you wish to complete on the computer, ensure it has been printed off and ready to hand in during the lesson.

Storyboard Template 

Survivor's Story

To be completed for next lesson.


Due on 27 January 2023
Created on 19 January 2023
8 HumanitiesMrs KendallStoryboard - What can we learn from survivors of the camps? All year 8 classes19 January 202327 January 2023
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Year 9 Computer Science (9CS)
Algorithm


A programmer has been asked to write a program which will receive a string from the user and output the number of times the letter ‘e’ appears in the string.

Create a program in python that will complete the above.


Due on 08 February 2023
Created on 01 February 2023
9 Computer ScienceMrs McAndrewAlgorithm9CS01 February 202308 February 2023
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Year 9 English (9.2f)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 17

phenomenon

priority

prohibited

publication

quotation

release

reverse

simulation

solely

somewhat


Due on 09 February 2023
Created on 02 February 2023
9 EnglishMr JonesSpellings9.2f02 February 202309 February 2023
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Year 9 English (9.2f)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 16

identical

ideology

inferred

innovation

insert

intervention

isolated

media

mode

paradigm


Due on 02 February 2023
Created on 26 January 2023
9 EnglishMr JonesSpellings9.2f26 January 202302 February 2023
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Year 9 English (9.2f)
Spellings


Revise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:

Week 15

empirical

equipment

extract

file

finite

foundation

global

grade

guarantee

hierarchical


Due on 26 January 2023
Created on 19 January 2023
9 EnglishMr JonesSpellings9.2f19 January 202326 January 2023
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Year 9 Religious Studies and Philosophy (9RSb)
Religion War and Conflict (Theme D)


 ‘Pacifism is the only way to end all conflict.’   Evaluate this statement

In your answer you:

• should give reasoned arguments in support of this statement

• should give reasoned arguments to support a different point of view

• should refer to religious arguments

• may refer to non-religious arguments.

• should reach a justified conclusion


Due on 08 February 2023
Created on 01 February 2023
9 Religious Studies and Philosophy Religion War and Conflict (Theme D)9RSb01 February 202308 February 2023
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Year 10 English (10.2e)
An Inspector Calls - analytical writing


Produce TWO paragraphs for the following:

How does Priestley present Sheila as a character that takes responsibility for her mistakes?

  • You should support your ideas with evidence from the text.
  • Bring in relevant contextual points
  • You must refer to Priestley's intentions

Paragraph 1:

•Shelia’s actions and her treatment of Eva Smith

•Embedded quote

•Priestley's methods and intentions

•Link to context

Paragraph 2:

•Contrast Sheila with Gerald/Mr Birling, etc

•Repeat above

 

You must include:

  • Topic sentence
  • Embedded evidence    
  • Explanation of ideas                        
  • Contextual comment 
  • Writer’s methods                        
  • Effect on the reader      
  • Concluding sentence


Due on 09 February 2023
Created on 02 February 2023
10 EnglishMiss PriceAn Inspector Calls - analytical writing10.2e02 February 202309 February 2023
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Year 10 English (10EN2A)
Inspector Goole Paragraph


Produce one paragraph for the following:

How does Priestley use the character of Inspector Goole in An Inspector Calls? (p.169-174)

  • You should support your ideas with evidence from the text.
  • Bring in contextual elements with references to capitalism and socialism.
  • Think about the Inspector as the voice of Priestley.

Key ideas:

  • We can infer that the Inspector is a ‘mouthpiece’ for Priestley.
  • In terms of physicality, the Inspector dresses in a ‘plain’ suit which suggests that he doesn’t believe in excess or indulgence. He doesn’t need more than is necessary.
  • In terms of his views, he clashes with Mr Birling. As a socialist, like Priestley, the Inspector questions the capitalist views and practices of Mr Birling.
  • Inspector takes his job role 'duties' seriously, unlike Mr Birling. Birling and the Inspector are a juxtaposition in terms of their social responsibilities (Birling = capitalist, Inspector = socialist)
  • Homophone - 'Ghoul'/Goole adds a sense of mystery to the Inspector/supernatural/represents death, reminding us that his concern is Eva Smith's death.


Due on 02 February 2023
Created on 26 January 2023
10 EnglishMiss PreeceInspector Goole Paragraph10EN2A26 January 202302 February 2023
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Year 10 History (Mrs Kendall's class)
What impact did the railroad have on the cattle industry?


Complete the table identifying and explaining the different impacts on the cattle industry.

Information for the home is available here.

 

Revision for KAP next week.


Due on 27 January 2023
Created on 20 January 2023
10 HistoryMrs KendallWhat impact did the railroad have on the cattle industry?Mrs Kendall's class20 January 202327 January 2023
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Year 10 Science (10.2/10.3)
life cycle assessments - kerboodle


Kerboodle

please complete the task set for you on kerboodle 

institution code tr9 


Due on 07 February 2023
Created on 31 January 2023
10 Science life cycle assessments - kerboodle 10.2/10.331 January 202307 February 2023
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