Complete the worksheet. All the answers are linked to the chemical reactions you saw or did in Friday’s lesson.
Make a model of a specialised cell.
It can be made of any modelling materials such as plastercine, card or straws. You could even bake a cake!
Any problems getting materials together, come and see me.
Students are to complete their cartoon story-board on the life of Mary Queen of Scots. They have an information sheet and are to choose 6 events that they think are the most important ones in her life, write a caption on it, then draw a picture which describes/depicts their caption.
Complete their Narrative Account assessment using their Road to the Civil Rights in their exercise books and information booklets for support. Students can see me Thursday lunch for extra help.
Finish your research on your chosen revision technique. Be prepared to tell the rest of the class how best to us this technique and what the pro’s and con’s are.
Finish off the specific heat capacity questions that we started in the lesson (higher or foundation).
We will mark them during next lesson.
All work from Tuesday’s double lesson must be completed. That is the timeline from p67, adding detail to each date from p68-p70.
Then they have to answer the questions – click on sheet below
Fri group deadline 6th Dec
Mon group deadline 25th Nov
If you had wings what would they look like?
Either draw them across a double page or craft them out of any materials you want and any size you want. People who make a real effort will be rewarded.
It must be in colour and amazing!
Homework sheet stuck in exercise books on multiplying large numbers. Students to use Standard or Grid method.
Students have a choice.
Either: do all 14 questions from question sheet, excluding exam question.
Or: write notes about the following:
Employment – RAD, Autobahns, Rearmament, Invisible Unemployment
Nazi Organisations – changes in living standards, DAF, KdF, SdA