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Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:
1. Capacity (n) 2. Contract (v) 3. Enforce (v) 4. External (n) 5. Liberal (adj) 6. Modify (v) 7. Perspective (n) 8. Reject (v) 9. Symbol (n) 10. Whereas (conj)
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.
Please learn the following spellings for next week.
1. Aware (adj) 2. Consult (v) 3. Energy (n) 4. Expose (v) 5. Image (n) 6. Mental (adj) 7. Orient (n) 8. Ratio (n) 9. Sustain (v) 10. Welfare (n)
If you lose your sheet, you should complete the task on paper. Each spelling should be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.
1. Amend (v) 2. Conflict (n) 3. Enable (v) 4. Expand (v) 5. Generation (n) 6. Medical (n) 7. Objective (n) 8. Pursue (v)
9. Substitute (n) 10. Version (n)
If you lose your spelling 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.
Complete any necessary research which may help you to write your speech on your role model/someone you admire.
Research and compile a fact file about your selected role model, ready for next week's speech writing.
Research a famous pirate, their nickname, and the legends surrounding them.
(Examples: Henry Morgan, William Kidd, Blackbeard, Woodes Rogers, Bartholomew Roberts)
TASK ONE: How does Stevenson present Black Dog in Chapter Two?
Use the sentence starters below to help with your analytical writing:
TASK TWO: Pirate Research
A green object appears green as it reflects green light only (and absorbs all the others).
Learn these main parts of the ear; ear drum, 3 interlocking bones, cochlea, auditory nerve.
A red filter allows red light to pass through, but absorbs all other colours.
Sound travels as a longitudinal wave and needs a material (particles) to travel through
When all the colours of light are reflected off an object it appears white.
Complete your reading logs ready for next lesson.
Complete the list of key events from chapter 1.
On a sheet of paper, create your own crime riddle/scenario. Outline some clues/suspects. Based on the information you give us, we as a class have to solve the crime.
Murder at school
•On the first day of school, someone murdered a history teacher. There were four people at the school that the police suspected had done it: the landscaper, a maths teacher, a basketball coach, and the headteacher.
These were their alibis:
•The landscaper said he was outside mowing the lawn.
•The maths teacher said he was giving a mid-year test.
•The basketball coach said he was running practice drills with his players.
•The headteacher said she was in her office.
After giving their alibies, the police arrested the killer immediately. Who killed the history teacher and how did the police know?
The maths teacher killed the history teacher.
He claimed that he was giving a mid-year test, but it was the first day of school.
Refer to your notes, handouts and text to help you to prepare for your assessment next week:
'How does Dickens present the them of suffering in the novel?'
Remember that you can also access revision materials via the OLC.
Complete the checklist given in class, you can not complete points for anything you are already confident of.
Remember to bring with you proof of this revision to the KAP lesson.
Here are the revision points ( in case you lose the sheet ) with the associated lesson links for easy access.
Session A: Session A - Classification - Portal (ttsonline.net)
Define the term classification
Use a key to identify organisms
Define the term vertebrate and invertebrate
State seven types of invertebrate animals and four types of arthropod
Explain why classification of organisms is important
Describe the features of four types of invertebrates and plants
Describe how ideas about classification have changed over time
Identify organisms that are hard to classify
Explain why ideas about classification have changed over time
Session B: Session B - Continuous and Discontinuous Variation - Portal (ttsonline.net)
Recognise two types of variation
Describe how to increase the validity of a conclusion
Explain the differences between the two types of variation
Session C: Session C - Genetic and Environmental Variation - Portal (ttsonline.net)
Describe two causes for variation and give examples of each.
Explain how most features are caused by a mixture of factors.
Describe how features can be inherited.
Make decisions about using evidence based on its reliability.
Session D: Session D - Inheritance - Portal (ttsonline.net)
Identify and label the nucleus, chromosomes, genes and DNA within a cell.
Describe how features are inherited.
Explain how features are inherited using detailed knowledge.
Describe the role played by scientists such as Watson, Crick, Wilkins and Franklin in the development of the DNA model.
Define the term allele.
Explain how alleles determine characteristics.
Use genetic crosses to determine the characteristics of offspring.
Session E: Session E - Selective Breeding and Gene Technologies - Portal (ttsonline.net)
Give examples of selectively bred plants and animals.
Describe how selective breeding is achieved.
Describe reasons for selective breeding.
Describe uses of gene technology.
Describe some advantages and disadvantages of gene technology.
Describe the science needed by farmers.
Explain advantages and disadvantages of selective breeding and gene technology.
identify ethical issues surrounding gene technology.
Suggest arguments for and against gene technology.
Session F: Session F - Natural Selection and Evolution - Portal (ttsonline.net)
Describe a fossil
State the theory of evolution.
Describe some evidence for evolution.
Define what extinction is.
Describe the process of natural selection.
Describe some causes of extinction.
Explain the process of natural selection using different examples.
Research the following in preparation for next lesson;
Definition of an acid + examples
Definition of an alkali +examples
Definition of a chemical indicator + examples
The pH scale – colours and number
Learn the factors that can affect the rate of a chemical reaction ;
Temperature – more frequent collisions and successful collisions as the particles move faster
Concentration – more frequent collisions as there are more particles in the same area
Surface area – decrease in particle size meaning more is available to react so more frequent collisions
Using a catalyst – reduces the activation energy meaning particles can react with less energy
Produce an A4 poster on conduction, convection and radiation.
Conduction, convection and radiation - KS3 Physics - BBC Bitesize
You must complete a letter to the council discussing the advantages and disadvantages of limestone mining. The slides can be found here:
What are carbonates? (ttsonline.net)
Your task is to answer the question sbelow in your book.
1.What is the independent variable?
2.What is the dependent variable?
3.What is a control variable?
4.What is a hazard?
5.What is a risk?
6.A student is heating 10cm3 water in a test using a Bunsen burner:
What would need to be considered in terms of safety?
What are the hazards and risks?
Learn the following general word equations and test for CO2;
Metal carbonate metal oxide + carbon dioxide
e.g. Copper carbonate Copper oxide + carbon dioxide
Carbonate and acid
Metal carbonate + acid salt + water + carbon dioxide
e.g. Copper carbonate + hydrochloric acid Copper chloride + water + carbon dioxide
Test for CO2 = limewater goes cloudy when the gas bubbles through it
Write a short gothic description focussing on setting. Try to include a description of weather, place and atmosphere. It may be helpful to refer to an image to prompt/extend ideas.
Finish reading from up to "I think Curley’s married… " (p20)
Create a character profile for Curley considering:
Include quotations in your profile
You will have your assessment on the novel during the lesson next week. You should revise your notes and complete the tasks in your revision booklet as you will NOT have access to these during the assessment.
•Complete pages 2-4 of the homework booklet
•Due 23rd May 2022
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- Assignment: Revision war and peace - Course: Religious Studies A: AQA GCSE Thematic Studies - Due date: 09/05/2022 - Link: https://app.senecalearning.com/dashboard/class/ll5mfmjjvv/assignments/assignment/6bc73604-56ed-41fe-b965-3aca8b45183d
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Complete the rates of reaction exam style question booklet
Finish plotting your graphs
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