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Learn the following spellings and defintions:
Apparent (adj), commit (v), debate (n), ethnic (adj), implicate (v), label (n), overall (adj), prior (adj), retain (v) and sum (n).
Learn the following spellings and definitions:
Please use your resource booklets to complete the 'Character' pages.
You should include any information you know about who these characters are, what they are like, what their role is in the play as well as any key quotations relating to them.
You may use the internet to help you, however, the response should be written in your own words and not copied from online resources.
Annual (n), code (n), cycle (v), error (n), implement (n), job (n), output (n), principal (n), resolve (n) and subsequent (adj).
Please learn the spellings and definitions of the following words:
Annual (n), code (n), cycle (n), error (n), implement (n), job (n), output (n), principal (n), resolve (n) and subsequent (adj).
After reading about how potions are used in the play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', imagine you are a magician. You have the ability to create ONE potion of your choice. The potion can have any effect you choose.
1. Create a name for your potion.
2. You must decide what your potion does. Write a description of its abilities.
3. Decide how your potion looks. Draw a picture of it and its container.
4. Choose a colour for your potion.
Read and complete the first three booklet tasks up until quotation anaysis
Extension: Complete quotation analysis.
Component (n), convene (v), deduce (v), exclude (v), initial (n), locate (v), philosophy (n), rely (v), specify (v) and valid (adj).
il y a there is
il n’y a pas there isn’t
un bowling bowling alley
un centre commercial shopping centre
un centre sportif sports centre
un cinéma cinema
un collège secondary school
une église church
un fast-food fast food restaurant
une gare routière bus station
un magasin shop
une maison des jeunes youth club
un parc park
un parc d’attractions theme park
une patinoire ice rink
une piscine swimming pool
une place town square
un quartier neighbourhood
une rue street
un supermarché supermarket
un terrain de sport playing field
Use the online curriculum to revise for your APP on 27th March.
You should be able to do ALL the core skills except multiplying and dividing fractions (we will be covering this next week).
Complete the worksheet - fractions of quantities mazes
Complete the code breaker activity
Complete MyMaths task on Generating Sequences.
You must come and see me if you need help!
Due next lesson (Tuesday 12th March).
Go on mathletics and complete equivalent fractions
Create a leaflet/ poster for non-Mulsims to learn about Hajj.
Include the following:
Create a leaflet/poster for non-Mulsims to learn about Hajj.
Create a leaflet/ poster for non-Muslims to learn about Hajj
what to include:
No HW this week
Complete the A4 sheet for homework.
Revise all work on the environment for an end-of-topic test next lesson:
• Food chains, webs and pyramids of number
• Competition, predators and prey
Revision for the Health and Reproduction test
This test covers all of drugs and microbes as well as the more recent work we have done on reproduction!
Complete the reproduction crossword to help you revise key words from the topic
Revise the topic of elements ready for an end of topic test:
Make sure you can:
Complete the questions on energy transfer.
If you get stuck, my tutor room is lab 8.
Complete the write up for the food test.
Revise for the end of topic test on energy.
Revise the topic of environment for a test next week. Complete as a large mind map in your books.
You should learn food chains and webs
Pyramids of number and biomass
Predator and prey
Global warming and the greenhouse effect
complete the poster task
Please complete your pricing strategies worksheet (with the scenario questions).
Please also respond to book marking and target questions.
Homework – revision for EOY assessment:
Take your ‘Merchant of Venice’ resource booklets home.
Turn to ‘important quotations’.
For the first two pages of quotations, identify who said it and write brief notes on the significance of each quote.
Do not lose your booklet. You must bring it back next lesson.
Consider how Jessica feels about her father. You have a choice of two imaginative tasks:
TASK 1: Write a letter to an agony aunt pretending to be Jessica. Explain why you are so unhappy at home and why you might “be ashamed to be my father’s child”.
EXT: Write a reply to your letter. Decide whether to be supportive and understanding or to tell Jessica to be grateful of what she has.
TASK 2: Pretending to be Jessica, draft a speech explaining why you are so unhappy at home and why you might “be ashamed to be my father’s child”. Imagine you are confessing in a diary room, Big Brother style.
EXT: Write a speech to be delivered from Big Brother back to Jessica. Decide whether or not you will be supportive of Jessica’s problems.
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