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Complete your How to use PowerPoint presentation by adding slides that show how to complete the following steps:
Complete your ICT Presentation on the topic you were assigned. You can access the schools computers using Virtual Office, speak to your PT for more information.
Learn the week 1 and 2 spellings and definitions.
You will be tested on the following spellings during Friday's lesson:
Learn numbers 1 -10 (French spellings) for a test on Wednesday 25th.
You can find the list on the Online Curriculum - French/Year 7/Spelling Bee/Spelling List 1
To hand in completed Spots and Stripes Mindmap. Remeber your piece of work must have:
A mind map
At least 2 different spot patterns
At least 2 different stripe patterns
You should complete your weekly spelling sheet in preparation to be tested next lesson. You need to learn how to spell each word, its defintion and how to use it appropriately in a sentence.
If you lose your sheet you need to write out each spelling three times on paper, write out its definition and put it into an appropriate 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)
You should finish your speech and annotate to show all techniques you have included. Eg rhetorical questions, repetition, emotive language, anaphora and hyperbole.
All identified corrections should be addressed and spelling bank up to date.
Homework reading diary filled in ready for next week's lesson. Remember, you should be reading for at least an hour a week outside of school.
Research the poet, William Blake. Find out some (between six and eight) key facts about him and the type of poetry he wrote. This can be hand written or typed. Be prepared to share with rest of the class next week.
Do not just copy and paste from the internet.
Learn the definitions and spellings of the key terms from The Merchant of Venice:
Finish off your 6 Mercalli scale drawings and captions which we started in class
Complete Task 2 and Task 3 from the R081 File Format worksheet.
You may use the Internet to help support your answers.
You’ve been nominated as head boy/head girl! You’ve been asked to make a short speech in assembly to persuade your peers that you are the best candidate.
Why should your audience listen to you? Persuade your audience that you are a credible speaker and the best person for the job!
Write the opening paragraph of your speech. Plan your answer carefully first.
Learn the following spellings for next week:
Think about how these words relate to what we have read so far.
The list of spellings is below. Please be prepared to be tested on these words next Wednesday (25th September).
You should be reading for at least one hour per week outside of school. This should be recorded on your homework reading log which should be brought to lesson every week.
Revise the following spellings, you will be tested next week:
Here are the words we went through in the lesson today. You will be tested on them next week as they are words we need to be using throughout our study of Othello.
As you move into Year 9, you will be expected to develop longer written responses. You will need to learn how to plan effectively first!
•Complete the planning sheet in as much detail as possible
•You must write full sentences on the solid lines and notes on the dotted lines
•You must include at least 3 quotations for each paragraph and write these out in full.
Should you need any additional support, please come and see me.
Research 3 Shakespearean villains. You can choose these villains from plays you have studied in previous years (do not choose a villain from Othello).
Include a brief summary for each villain – explain why they are known as being evil.
This should be presented on one piece of A4 paper.
Find an interesting satellite image or aerial photo and annotate with details of what it tells you about an area and stick in to your book.
Using the link emailed to your school account:
Answer the questions, giving the level that you represent or participate for each of the sports and activities.
REMEMBER YOU WILL NEED TO USE YOUR SCHOOL LOGIN AND PASSWORD TO ACCESS THE FORM.
Any problems please let me know.
Complete the 2 mark aerobic endurance question.
Use your revision guide to check you answer and maximise your chances of getting both marks when marked in class.
Please write a paragraph or a list of bullet points that would provide counter-arguments to the speech which you wrote for homework last week.
Please have it ready to submit for marking next lesson.
Please prepare a speech for the motion 'This Christian House believes that Euthanasia should be legalised in the UK'.
Please also prepare two questions for the opposition team.
These should be in your books.
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