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Finish your drawing of Puck.
It needs to be neat and tidy - we will stick this in your book to start your character profile next lesson.
Recap key context information and key terms from this week:
Write a short summary of Act 1 Scene 1 in your exercise books
Use your planning sheet to help you write your poem - you can draft it in the back of your exercise book.
Once drafted, you must copy it up neatly on the plain paper you have been given.
You must also illustrate your poem with images that represent the story that you have told.
The best poems will recieve commendations!
Find out where 10 items of your clothes are made and record on the sheet in your exercise book.
For homework you must complete the following website activity. As you have already dedicated an hour of lesson time into the project it would be a good idea to continue with your work via the Virtual Office.
App Spotlight is a new company that wants you to create a website.
The aim of the website is to review apps that are popular amongst young people aged 11–13. The website needs to include:
The website should have three pages; a home page and two other linked pages.
Create a mood board of inspirational images that clearly show the style and key features of Alessi Products. This must be done on A3 paper. Pictures do not have to be printed out in colour but you may need to annotate what colours have been used.
Read until the end of chapter 4.
Highlight/annotate any quotations that tell us anything about Oliver Twist
Fill in the left hand side of the character summary and find 5 more quotations about Oliver Twist.
Please learn the following spellings and definitions
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, please complete task on paper.
Read over remaining pages of 'Oliver Twist', Chapter 3 - pages 19 to 22.
Remember to bring your copy of the text to every lesson this term.
Learn the following spellings and be prepared to define them in lesson.
Please complete the spellings and definitions sheet provided and learn these words for a test next lesson. If you mislay your sheet, please complete task on paper.
1. Appreciate (v) 2. Commodity (n) 3. Currency (n) 4. Eventual (adj) 5. Implicit (adj) 6. Manipulate (v) 7. Practitioner (n) 8. Restore (v) 9. Thereby (adv) 10. Widespread (adj)
Please learn/practise the following terms and definitions for a test next lesson:
1. Analogy (n) 2. Cease (v) 3. Confine (v) 4. Distort 5. Inherent (adj) 6. Mediate (v) 7. Overlap (v) 8. Refine (v) 9. Scenario (n) 10. Temporary (adj)
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 sheet, you should complete the task on paper.
To revise for the assessment on Brazil.
Complete your poster stating what steps you take when preparing yourself to cook. MA/Higher explain why you need to take these steps.
Next session you will cook Two Chocolate Cheesecake. The recipe is on the online curriculum. Bring in a dish to make this in if you have one (e.g. a pie dish).
Complete the ticked questions in your Music Theory booklet.
Grade 1: you should complete all the questions up to Exercise 19.
(Remember for bass clef: lines = Grizzly Bears Don't Fear Anything, spaces = All Cows Eat Grass)
Grade 2: you should complete all the questions up to Exercise 12.
Complete the questions on Orchestral Instruments in your workbook. This will be marked out of 55.
Use the Philharmonia Orchestra website to find out about the orchestra. In particular:
What instruments are in an orchestra?
How are they played?
What groups are the instruments organised into?
What are the different ways of playing each instrument? What effect does this have?
Homework Task: Create an information leaflet about the orchestra. You may focus on one particular family of instruments if you prefer.
Revise the Elements of Music vocabulary that is detailed on page 3 of your Music and Mood booklet in preparation for a listening test on Monday.
To revise for your 26 minute assessment.
Your assessment will be in 5 parts consisting of:
12 mark question
Use the information from today's lesson to help you with your assessment. Ensure that all worksheets are filled out and complete. If you need additional resources or help come and see me in study 7.
Alfie, Bryan, Noumya, Ryley, Isobelle, Logan and Shamila your books are in study 7 on the floor by the desk ready for you to collect. :-)
•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 Wednesday 15th of January
To bring to lesson Friday 17th January
In either PowerPoint or Word...
• Collect a range of graphics and explain:
• Think about the following to help you with this question:
Stuck for what graphics to collect? Think about:
– Book cover– DVD covers– Game covers– Maps– Advertisements– Web buttons– Take-away menus– Flyers– Coupons/vouchers
Read Chapter 4 - highlight and annotate your copies, focusing on the character of Heathcliff.
Consider how Heathcliff is presented.
Use a dictionary to help you with any words that you don't understand.
How was law and order enforced during the 20th century?
Summarise the differences between Robert Peel's Metropolitan Police Force and the modern Police Force.
'Write a clear and organised summary that analyses law enforcement in the period 1900-present.' [9 marks]
This type of question requires you to write two paragraphs using a second order concepts.What are second order concepts? This is where you look at the deeper context of one of your factors. Write a plan responding to this question including examples and brief explanation bullet points.
Change - How has law enforcement changed? e.g Act of Parliament in 1964 changed the organisation of the police
Significance - Why was this particular event significant? e.g. Hillsborough Disaster, how has the effectiveness of the authorities responding and taking responsibilty at events changed? Stephen Lawrence case and the accountability and attitudes of the police force to certain groups.
Consequence - What happened as a result of committing crime?
Diversity - Is there a diverse range of crimes committed in a time period? Range of work the police officer does e.g. communicating and educating the public, paper work, petty crimes such as speeding and driving whilst on your mbile phone, percentage of police force qualified to use weapons
Comparison - How does one factor compare to another?
By using the help above, plan an answer to the 9 mark question and start writing a response to it.
One of the main changes in the police force was the specialisation of the police force since 1900. This was where the police are becoming experts in a range of activities such as forensics and crowd control. This represents a change in the police force as the police were not specialised before 1900.
Italian Stuffed Chicken – Example of Distinction Skill Dish (changing shape of meat/poultry)
You can find the recipe here: https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/italian-stuffed-chicken
EBI/MA/Higher – Plan something else you could serve with this dish. E.g. simple pasta, Hassleback potatoes. Think of ways you could develop presentation and finish.
You need to revise
Simplifying and/or collecting like terms
Expanding single and double brackets
Solving equations - one step and two step
Complete the following exercises in your Music Theory in Practice booklets:
If you have Grade 1, complete exercises 1 to 13.
If you have Grade 2, complete exercises 1 to 8.
If you have Grade 3, complete exercises 1 to 9
Revise ready for end of unit test on:
Please find 5 interesting facts about Trident ready for our visitor next session.
Please find 5 interesting facts about CND.
Write them down and be ready to ask questions next session.
1) Make the suggested improvements to your photo board (see comments on your module report card)
2) Create 4-6 photo edits using your own photos (see handout for suggested apps or websites to use) and print these in colour A4 each one - hand them in a plastic wallet
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