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Practise the spellings of and learn the definitions of the following words:
Please learn the following spellings and their definitions for a test at the start of next lesson.
You should be undertaking at least one hour of reading per week outside of school. Details of this should be entered on your Homework Reading Log that has been issued to you. It should be brought to your lesson every Monday to be seen by your teacher. If you lose it or if it is full, you can write details on a piece of paper instead and then copy onto a new Homework Reading Log.
You should take responsibility for bringing this to lesson each week.
Do contact me if you have any problems with doing so.
Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:
1. Area (n) 2. Concept (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 sheet, you should complete the task on paper. Each spelling needs to be written out three times, given a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.
Week 3 - Learn the following spellings and their definitions ahead of a test next week.
If you have any issues, please come and see me during PT (R2).
Record what you read at home on the homework reading log that you were issued in class. Remember that you should be undertaking a minimum of one hour's reading outside of school. If you lose your reading log, please record what you have read on paper and this can be transferred onto a new reading log in school.
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)
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.
Learn the following spellings ahead of the next lesson. You should be able to spell them accurately, use them in a sentence and define them.
Any issues, come and see me during PT in R2.
Please learn the spellings and definitions of your week 2 spellings:
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 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.
Learn your spellings for the défi dix.
Vocabulary: French to English
1.J’aime = I like
2.J’adore = I love
3.Je n’aime pas = I don’t like
4.Je déteste = I hate
5.surtout = especially
6.Tu aimes …? = Do you like …?
7.Et = and
8.Aussi = also
9.Mais = but
10.Coucou! = Hi!
Dictation: French and meaning
11. C’est génial (It’s great)
12. C’est hyper-cool (It’s super cool)
13. C’est nul (It’s rubbish)
14. C’est sympa (It’s nice)
15. J’aime aussi (I also like
16. It is = C’est
17. I am called = Je m’appelle
18. I have = J’ai
19. I am = Je suis
20. You have = Tu as
Please complete the storyboard on Ironbridge including pictures and captions. Use the links below to access the pages and information to complete. Books will be taken in next week.
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1.What is an independent variable? (1)
2. What is a dependant variable?(1)
3. What are control variables?(1)
4.Why do we need control variables?(1)
5.What is more precise - a top pan balance that measures to 0.1 g or one that measures to 0.001 g?(1)
You will be issued with this spelling sheet next week. Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:
1. Aid (n) 2. Confirm (v) 3. Deny (v) 4. Equip (v) 5. Grade (n) 6. Innovate (v) 7. Paradigm (n) 8. Release (v)
9. Successor (n) 10. Unique (adj)
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.
Also, select a first and second choice of poem for your individual recital at the end of term. Your poem needs to be one from the anthology or a different poem by one of the poets featured in the anthology. I will record your choices and confirm which you should rehearse. Please email me with your choices.
Practise and learn the definitions of the following words:
For next week please choose your top 3 poems you would like to perform for the recitals.
You can choose any poem from the anthology, including ones not yet studied.
Please complete another week/row on your reading logs. If you lose your reading log please see me for a new one or complete on a sheet of paper.
Learn the spellings of and definitions of the following words:
1) Finish your speech that we started in lesson.
'The School have decided that you are no longer allowed outside at lunchtime. You will instead have 10 minutes to eat your lunch then go back to lesson.'
Write a short speech to be delivered in Y8 assembly in against the proposal that lunchtime will be shortened to 10minutes.
Use this structure and success criteria below to help you:
Paragraph 1: Introduce your point (ETHOS)
Paragraph 2- Introduce the facts (LOGOS)
Paragraph 3- Summing up (PATHOS)
2) Practise and learn how to spell the following words:
If you require any help with the homework please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn your week 3 spellings ahead of a test next week.
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 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. 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)
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