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Complete your spellings and defintions sheet for the following:
1. Attitude (n) 2. Concrete (n) 3. Dimension (n) 4. Grant (n) 5. Integrate (v) 6. Obvious (adj) 7. Parameter (n) 8. Project (n) 9. Statistic (n) 10. Undertake (v)
IF YOU LOSE YOUR SPELLING SHEET, YOU MUST COMPLETE THE TASK ON PAPER. EACH SPELLING SHOULD BE WRITTEN DOWN THREE TIMES WITH A DEFINITION AND USED APPROPRIATELY IN A SENTENCE.
Make sure you have refined your balloon debate speech ready to deliver next week. Remember that we will be debating who is worthy of being taken from the volcanic island in the balloon. You must be able to justify reasons for your character.
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Please complete the storyboard worksheet that I gave you in class.
You should select the six most important events that have happened in the play so far, draw an image to represent them and privide a brief caption at the bottom.
Complete your spellings and definitions sheet for the following:
1. Approximate (adj) 2. Communicate (v) 3. Despair (n) 4. Goal (n) 5. Impose (v) 6. Mechanism ( n) 7. Parallel (adj)
8. Professional 9. Series (n) 10. Summary (n)
If you lose your spelling sheet, you must complete the task on paper. Each spelling should be written out three times with a definition and used appropriately in a sentence.
School uniform should be banned.
Before next lesson, you need to:
•Consider if you agree or disagree with the statement.
•Research the benefits and disadvantages of this statement.
•Have at least 3 ideas to share with the class next week.
You will be writing another speech next lesson on the following topic:
'School uniform should be banned.'
We are going to be debating the following topic at the start of next lesson:
The school day should be made longer.
•Have at least 2 ideas to share with the class next week.
1. Apparent (adj) 2. Commit (v) 3. Debate (n) 4. Ethnic (adj) 5. Implicate (v) 6. Label (n) 7. Overall (adj) 8. Prior (adj) 9. Retain (v) 10. Sum (n)
1) Complete your role model speeches and practice performing them.
2) Please learn the following spellings and definitions:
You also need to learn the definitions and put them into your own sentence.
If you need a new sheet please email Miss Preece firstname.lastname@example.org or complete in your exercise books/piece of paper.
Following half-term, we will be spending the first lesson delivering our role model speeches to the class.
You will need to:
Learn your role model speech as best you can, ready to deliver it on the first Wednesday back.
In this scene, both Lysander and Demetrius fall in love with Helena. However she refuses to believe this is genuine and resolves that they are both mocking her.
This should be well decorated and presented.
Write a love letter to Helena, from either Lysander or Demetrius, persuading her to choose you to marry.
•Open and close your letter appropriately and use formal language
•Outline your positive qualities/characteristics
•Construct a persuasive argument
Revise your notes and the text for your assessment next week:
'Explore the presentation of Oliver within the novel'
Complete the revision planning sheet. You will not have access to the text or the planning sheet during the assessment, so must therefore make sure you are familiar with the points you wish to make and the quotations you want to use.
•Start creating a quotation bank for Oliver.
You are consolidating all of the quotes you have found so far together.
•You should use a whole page of A4 to do this.
•You can do it as a mind map/list or on a computer.
•Remember to choose quotes which you can talk about in detail and that show the presentation of Oliver.
Please read Chapter 28 (XXVII) page 177 To 184 and Chapter 29 (XXIX) page 184 to 188 of 'Oliver Twist'. Annotate your texts to show any examples of how Oliver's character is presented.
Read chapters 22 (XXII) 'The Burglary' commences on page 139 and 23 (XXIII) which starts on page 144.
You may take notes on key events if you wish - we will have a quiz on these two chapters next lesson.
Make sure you have updated your spelling sheets if you have been asked to do so.
You should revise your notes to prepare for your assessment next week. Add key quotations to your quote sheet. Make sure that you know who is saying each quote and can comment on how these relate to Bronte's presentation of Heathcliff.
Remind yourself of how to construct an analytical paragraph.
If you do not have your copy of the text, you can access an online copy here:
Wuthering Heights online (wuthering-heights.co.uk)
Remember that you will not have access to your notes/exercise book or the text next week. Let me know if you need any further guidance.
Please complete your paragraph comparing how Lennie and Curley are presented in the fight. You should follow the paragraph structure detailed below:
1.Clear topic sentence about both characters and how they are presented in the fight
2.Evidence from character 1 (Curley)
3.Explain and analyse your quotation, linking to your topic sentence
4.Connective: ‘However, Likewise…’
5.Evidence from character 2 (Lennie)
6.Explain and analyse your quotation, linking to your topic sentence.
Please read Chapter 16 of Wuthering Heights before next lesson.
1. Read chapter 12 of Wuthering Heights
2. Select two pieces of evidence from chapter 12 which consider how Heathcliff is presented.
You will need to complete the quotation worksheet ready for next lesson, as you will be using these in our starter activity.
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Finish your paragraph on 'How is Heathcliff presented in Chapter 11?'
Link to the theme of revenge and the Byronic hero.
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During half-term, please complete the following tasks:
You can either type or write your comprehension questions but these must be completed as full sentences using embedded quotations.
I will be taking this in at the start of our first lesson following half-term.
Any questions, please email Mrs Mackridge (email@example.com)
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