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Please complete at least one hour's reading over the next week. Record what you have read on your homework reading log. If you lose your homework reading log, or if it is full, please record what you have read on paper. You need to include a date, the page number reached and a summary of what you have read.
Please bring your homework reading log to our lesson next week.
This week ensure you complete ONE HOUR of reading. This does not have to be a book but has to take one hour. Fill in the date and number of pages you read in your Homework Reading Log (spares can be obtained from LB2).
If you finish your book and start another, write in the log what the new book title and author are called and continue filling in the same reading log.
You should also select a poem to learn and memorise for the last lesson of term. This will be noted down next week.
Choose a poem from the anthology to learn for the poetry recital
Please learn your 10 spellings for this week. You should also learn the definition, word class and be able to use them in a sentence.
Complete charity poster
Revise first two weeks' spellings
Practise the spellings for Week 3 on your spelling sheet. You may want to write them out on a bit of scrap paper to check you know them. Also look up the definitions for each word and be ready to share your findings.
Please learn the following spellings and definitions:
1. Area (n) 2. Concenpt (n) 3. Data (n) 4. Establish (v) 5. Formula (n) 6. Interpret (v) 7. Major (adj) 8. Principle (n) 9. Role (n) 10. Specific (adj)
If you lose your spelling sheet, you need to complete the task on paper. Each spelling needs to be written three times, with a definition. You then need to use it appropriately in a sentence.
Please learn the following spellings and definitions and complete you sheet accordingly.
If you lose your sheet, the task should be completed on paper. Each spelling should be written out three times, with a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.
1. Approach (n) 2. Benefit (n) 3. Create (v) 4. Environment (n) 5. Finance (n) 6. Individual (adj) 7. Legislate (v) 8. Policy (n) 9. Respond (v) 10. Source (n)
Complete your spellings and definitions sheet. You will need to learn to spell and be able to define the following words:
1. Analyse (v) 2. Available (adj) 3. Contract (n) 4. Economy (n) 5. Factor (n) 6. Indicate (v) 7. Legal (adj) 8. Period (n) 9. Research (n) 10. Similar (adj)
If you lose your spelling sheet, please complete task on paper. You will need to write each word out three times, give its definiton and then put it into a sentence that makes sense.
Complete at least one hour's reading throughout the week and record this on your homework reading log.
MAKE SURE YOU BRING YOUR SPELLING SHEET AND YOUR HOMEWORK READING LOG TO YOUR LESSON EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Complete your spellings sheet.
You will need to learn to spell and define the following words:
1. Analyse (v)
2. Available (adj)
3. Contract (n)
4. Economy (n)
5. Factor (n)
6. Indicate (v)
7. Legal (adj)
8. Period (n)
9. Research (n)
10. Similar (adj)
You will be tested on these spellings next Wednesday 9th.
If you lose your spelling sheet, please complete the task on paper.
Make sure you bring your spelling sheet with you every Wednesday.
Complete the story board including captions and pictures for next week's lesson.
Stamford Bridge Information can be found here:
There will be a quick assessment next week to recap what you have learnt so far.
Complete the story boards about the Battle of Stamford Bridge including pictures and captions.
Click here for the resources to help you
There will be a short mini assessment next week so revise what we have learnt over the last couple of weeks.
Space Exploration homework - you can find it here:
Complete the homeowrk sheet titled "Questions on cells" and "Questiosn on Life Prosesses"
Learn the definitions of and practise the spellings of the following words.
Here are the spellings to learn for this week:
Complete the speech you started in lesson.
The School Canteen has decided to remove sausage rolls from the breakfast menu…
Write a short speech to be delivered in KS3 assembly in support of or against this proposal. You must include the following:
•Ethos (establish your credibility as a speaker)
•Logos (use evidence to persuade your audience)
•Pathos (appeal to your reader’s emotions)
•Anaphora (repetition at the beginning of phrases, clauses or sentences)
Complete your spelling sheet. Learn the definitions and how to use these words in a sentence:
1. Adapt (v) 2. Classic (adj) 3. Couple (v) 4. Dynamic (adj) 5. Finite (adj) 6. Identical (adj) 7. Isolate (v) 8. Prohibit (v) 9. (Sole (adj) 10. Topic (n)
If you lose your sheet, you need to write out each spelling three times, add the definition and then write a full sentence using each word appropriately.
Complete the one hour of reading for the week and complete your homework reading log. (If you have lost this, please write it on a piece of paper)
Select a poem from the anthology to recite in the last lesson of term, which you should tell me next week. Then begin learning and memorising it.
Please complete your spellings sheet. Learn to spell and define the following words:
1. Advocate (v) 2. Comprise (v) 3. Definite (adj) 4. Empirical (adj) 5. Globe (n) 6. Infer (v) 7. Mode (n) 8. Quote (v) Quotation (n) 9. Submit (v) 10. Ultimate (adj)
If you lose your spelling sheet, you should complete the task on paper and make sure you write a sentence using each spelling appropriately.
Make sure you bring your poetry anthology to your next lesson.
Practice the following spellings and ensure you are aware of their definitions.
You have 2 tasks for homework this week.
1) Plan your paragraph on a sheet of paper to the following question:
How is Shylock treated in Act 1 Scene 3? Is his treatment justified?
Using your copies of Merchant of Venice to help you, write a plan, no more than 1 page of A4 including:
1) Topic sentence- What is your paragraph going to be about? i.e. In Act 1 Scene 3 Shylock is treated unfairly and his treatment is unjustified.
2) Embedded quotation: Which quote are you going to use? Only choose one.
3) Explanations of quotations: What is the effect of the language in the quote on the reader/audience?
4) Close analysis of words/phrases: Zoom into the quote you selected and analyse- use analytical vocabulary (words other than ‘this shows’ or ‘showing’.) and identify subject specific vocabulary in the quote (i.e. state what word class/language technique is used in your quote).
5) Links to context: Refer to what life was like at the time and why this links to the question you’re answering, for example anti-semitism, patriarchal society.
6) Concluding sentences: These come at the end of your paragraph and summarise the key point of your paragraph.
We are going to have a go at writing these next lesson so it's important you bring these with you on Friday.
1) Please learn the following 10 spellings. You should also learn the definition, word class and be able to put them in a sentence. If you lose your sheet, please complete the task on paper.
Please complete your spellings and definitions sheet. You will be tested on these next lesson.
If you lose your spelling sheet, you need to complete the task on paper. Each spelling should be written out three times, with a defintion and a sentence using the word appropriately.
1. Adult (n) 2. Comprehensive (adj) 3. Decade (n) 4. Eliminate (v) 5. Foundation (n) 6. Ideology (n) 7. Media (n) 8. Publication (n) 9. Somewhat (adv) 10. Transmit (v)
1) Finish the following questions we started in lesson:
1.How does Mark Antony flatter his audience?
2.What has Brutus said about Caesar?
3.Why do you think Mark Antony repeatedly says “Brutus is an honourable man”?
4.What is the overall message of the speech? Sum it up in three lines.
2) Finish the ‘Mark Antony’s Funeral Oration quote sheet- matching the quote to the rhetorical device.
3) Fill out your Reading Logs: 1hr reading per week.
Please complete your spellings and definitions sheet which has the following spellings:
1. Adapt (v) 2. Classic (adj) 3. Couple (v) 4. Dynamic (adj) 5. Finite (adj) 6. Identical (adj) 7. Isolate (v) 8. Prohibit (v) 9. Sole (adj) 10. Topic (n)
If you lose your sheet, you should complete the task on paper. Each spelling should be written three times, with a definition and a sentence using word appropriately.
Make sure you bring your poetry anthology to every lesson this term.
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