Roman Game Assessment

Students are to complete their Roman Game assessment. They have a copy of the rules on how to do this, and all the necessary information – any more help/use of textbooks can be had by coming up any lunchtime. Students can also use my room at lunchtimes to work in their pairs to complete it, or use textbooks/ felts, etc

Interview with a Gladiator

Students are to use their knowledge from last week’s video, notes they made and the information sheet they’ve been given to complete their interview, which should be between 1-2 pages in length and include both the questions and answers.

Romans spelling test

Students are to learn all the spellings from the sheet stuck into the back inside cover of their exercise books. Every students has had their book checked for these spellings.

Roman Life Cloze Passage

Students are to complete the cloze passage booklet. This is basically filling in the blanks of each section using the correct words from the word-box at the right-hand side of each section. Students write their answers on the worksheet.

Any issues, they can come up any lunchtime for help

‘Just Write’

‘Just Write’ book pages 70-71

Re-write part of the book you are reading so that you are a character in it.

Don’t forget to tell me the title of book and author.

 

 

 

Roman Soldier recruitment poster

Students are to complete their recruitment poster for a Roman soldier. It must be full of persuasive language, persuading people to join up. It must include all the benefits of being a Roman soldier. They have a booklet with information and questions they have answered in preparation for this task.

If students do not have colours at home or need help, they can see me any lunchtime.

History of the lesson

Students are to write a paragraph (minimum of 10 lines) in the front of their exercise books on what happened during the lesson, from when they came in, to when they left. What was said, what did they do, what happened, what did they learn……it is a “history” of their lesson period 3 Thursday 7th November.

Celtic Warrior Poster

Students are to complete a poster of a Celtic Warrior. They have a description of one, with highlighted words which they have to convert into a picture of him – for example, blonde hair. They shoul all know what they are doing. Any issues, questions, lost sheets, or a need to use colours, students should see me any lunchtime this week

Y7 Visual Elements Page

Please complete the Form using sheet handed out FORM (click to print) in one section of your Visual Elements page and complete a TEXTURE section using collaged papers. Please keep them flattish so that they don’t interrupt with drawing on future pages, such as sweet wrappers, fine sandpaper, etc – no screwed up balls of tissue paper. Come up to Art on Mon, Wed or Fri for help and to raid our scrap box.