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Complete your spellings sheet and learn these definitions:
1. Compensate (v) 2. Contribute (v) 3. Criteria (n) 4. Ensure (v) 5. Imply (v) 6. Link (n) 7. Partner (n) 8. Register (v) 9. Shift (v) 10. Technology (n)
If you lose your spelling sheet, you must complete the task on paper. Write each spelling out three times, give a definition for each word and write a sentence using the words appropriately.
Produce a factfile about William Shakespeare in preparation for our study of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
You could include:
Aim to make your factfiles as eye-catching and engaging as possible. These can be produced on the computer or handwritten.
Complete the usual amount of reading a week, filling in your reading log as normal.
Create a poster about a Greek myth, monster, hero or god. You need to include some images that link to your topic and informtaion. Most impressive will receive a prize!
Conduct some research about Emily Bronte, the writer of Wuthering Heights. This should include facts about her life, her work and inspiration for Wuthering Heights.
This could be presented in the form of a poster, factfile or detailed mindmap.
This will help you with your study of Wuthering Heights after the Easter holiday.
Research the following hard engineering methods:
For each method, create a fact file including the following:
•Description of the method
•Advantages and disadvantages
KAP 2 for Biology, Chemistry and Physics will be in the week starting the 26th April.
25% will be on topics you have covered before the KAP 1 assessment;Cell StructureCell CycleStem CellsMicroscopes
75% will be on topics you have covered since the KAP 1 assessment;Cell Transport (Diffusion, Osmosis, Active Transport, and Exchange Surfaces)Enzymes and DigestionAnimal Tissues, Organs and Systems (Respiratory system, Circulatory System, and Treating CHD and Faulty Valves)
Read the article “Stents, angioplasty and the carotid artery”
Then answer Qs 1-8 in your book in full sentences
Reread and annotate your texts, looking at the key moments below. You do not need to make extensive annotations about every section, it is up to you (based on your knowledge of the end of the book) what moments require more attention than others. Annotations for Chapters VI to X will be posted next week and will last for two weeks also.
The rhetorical techniques Old Major uses (find three)
The key ideas of Animalism in his speech
Key character descriptions
Locate the key stages of the Revolution
Look for moments the pigs behaviour foreshadows their later control (Propaganda, destruction of whips etc, secret reading, the milk)
Key character moments or descriptions (Napoleon, Snowball, Squealer, Mollie)
Establishment of routines
How life on the farm is at the start of the animal's rule
Boxer as the Heroic Worker
Snowball's efforts for democracy
The education of the animals
Napoleon takes the puppies
Squealer's lies (techniques he uses, particularly those that appear often in his speech)
Introduction of other farmers
Notable moments from the Battle of the Cowshed (Boxer, Mollie, combat, Snowball's plans)
Signs the sheep are being used to drown out other animals
Napoleon v Snowball
The Windmill idea and Snowball's plans for it
The Dogs and Snowball's expulsion from the farm (also note the animal's reaction to this and think about how they felt)
More propaganda from Squealer
Complete the booklet on Nigeria.
You can find the booklet here if you misplace your paper copy.
I will collect the completed booklet on Thursday 22nd April (after Easter).
Complete the activity that has been asigned to you on kerboodle
Finish the Case Study Sheet: Structural Economic Change in Birmingham Metropolitan Region
Complete the Tasks in the booklet 'CASE STUDY: THE REBRANDING OF GLASGOW'
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