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21 un peu - a little
22 beaucoup - a lot
23 aussi - also/too
24 une gomme - a rubber
25 une règle - a ruler
26 un portable - a mobile phone
27 un stylo - a pen
28 un cahier - an exercise book
29 un dictionnaire - a dictionary
30 une trousse - a pencil case
Draw a design for the new £50 note. Must include a real scientist (not alive) that has contributed to the field of Science and has helped shape the way we think, live and work in the UK.
Must include a portrait of the scientist and pictures that represent their achievements.
May also include see-through windows and / or foil patches to make them difficult to copy.
Complete your information page (I will issue a photocopied page for help for Friday's lesson with Mrs Hartland).
State the number of seasons and the time period over which they occur.
Describe the reason why seasons occur on Earth and what effects these have in terms of day length and temperature.
Explain if the seasons are the same in the Northern and Southern hemispheres.
Suggest where might there be 24 hours of daylight or night time.
use the template to design a £50 note using a famous scientist.
No h/w this week as half term h/w was very long!
Produce a revision poster about the first topic in Physics, to include:
Complete worksheet. Research a planet and record key facts about it
•Now that we have read the opening of the play and explored the conditions of trench-warfare, your task is to design the set to use on stage for a theatre production of ‘Journey’s End’.
You should use a full A4 page in your books
Label your set clearly
Write a detailed description of the conditions of the trenches during WW1.
Use 3rd person narration and pretend your eyes are the ‘camera lens’ zooming in and focusing on different parts of the trench.
At least 4 descriptive paragraphs.
Complete your ‘Tell-Tale’ comic - you will need to use your copy of the story 'The Tell Tell Heart' to help you.
You need to include:
•8 sections that tell the whole story.
•An image for each.
•An explanation of what happens for each.
•A quote from the story for each.
Improvement phase and module 2
Please fill in the yellow sheet at the front of your exercise book in the student feedback column with a response to developmental comments.
Respond to my feedback including spellings and question I have given you.
Complete all magic cards including algebra (both sides). Please see me if you need help!
Please create a PPT / presentation explaining how a Christian figure has responded to injustices in the past. Explain who they are, what influenced them within Christian teachings, where they witnessed the injustices, why they felt that they must act and then how they acted. A slide on each please!
Thanks. Have a good half term break. :)
Review your end of topic test on electricity and magnetism. Write on the front of the paper or below in your book what your strongest and weakest topics are.
Complete the homework sheet, I3.
Any issues my PT is study 13 or email me email@example.com
Review your end of topic test on electricity and magnetism. Write on the front of the paper what your strongest and weakest topics are.
Complete the following sheets:
photocopy of page 65 "classification of plants and animals"
Complete the starch test summary fill in the blanks and complete the first extenion task
complete the A4 question sheet on photosynthesis.
Complete the WS using the rules from your books on series and parallel circuits.
Sources of finance case study (pink sheet)
Sources of finance quiz (white sheet)
Exercise 5: write a program using while loops that will count from 0 to 70, in 7s. Each number should be printed off on the same line separated by a space.
Extension: The user should be allowed to enter the maximum value at the start.
Exercise 4: write a program that will ask the user for a start value and a stop value. If the start value is greater than the stop value the program should print out from the start to the stop, in descending order.
Extension: If the stop value is greater than the start value, the program should count from start to stop in increments (steps) of 2. Otherwise (if the start and stop values are the same), the program should print out an error message. (greater than 1). The program should use a loop to count up to this value.
YOU MUST DO THE EXTENSION TOO!!
Create a moodboard of your chosen designer. You must include the following:
•Time (when the designer was/is popular)
•Facts about designer Details about the style (keywords i.e. fun, bold, colourful
•Your own opinions on the designer
•LOTS of images
You will be using this in next session's tasks.
45 minsRead about the lifecycle of a bumblebee.
•Write the voice-over script for a children’s TV programme ‘Nature News!’ educating young children aged 7-11 about the life of a bumblebee. Your purpose is to inform and explain! You must make it sound exciting and interesting. You need to show that you are writing the voice-over script to accompany the TV footage.
Complete the newspaper article that you began in lesson (20 mins)
Task: You have been asked by your local newspaper to journey to the Caribbean and report on the plastic waste that has been found in the sea.
•A headline that catches the readers attention
•Third person perspective
•Chronological order of events
•Text explains WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY and HOW.
•An image with an appropriate caption
Research a Shakespeare play that is categorised as a tragedy and create a full page fact-file about it.
You may include a summary of the plot, facts about the context or identify tragic elements of the play that we have discussed so far.
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