Students are to complete a short story on life in a mill in the 1800s. We have discussed how to do this in class and students have 3 sheets – 2 for information and 1 with the success criteria on it. The minimum is 1.5 pages of their exercise books.
Students are to complete worksheet 24, following the instructions. I have also gone through this in class. They have been told if they need plain paper for their own 24 hour clock, to get it from my room.
Students have been given an extra week to do this homework due to me being on a school trip when they next have history. Therefore there’s no excuses for not doing it! Any “lost” sheets can be replaced before the lesson so students should complete it well in advance – they can hand it to me if completed early!
Do Q 1 & 2 from sheet 4c. Extension Q 3 – 6
Students are to complete their essay on farming. We went through this in class. Minimum is one page of exercise book. Any issues, see Mrs Cullen at lunchtimes.
Students are to complete their Making of the UK posters. They can come up to my room at lunchtimes to work together, borrow glues, felts, coloured pens or coloured card, if needed
Complete the worksheet on Graphs of Linear Functions
Learn the vocab for the 10 TV programmes from the sheet (NOT your vocab book) ready for a spelling test.
This will require you to learn the spellings in FRENCH.
Complete exercises A and B on the clock worksheet to practise telling the time.
Extension: Complete the clock sums in ex C and design your own in ex D.
Complete the first three questions from either sheet 7a or 7b Linear equations
Extension Try Q 4 & 5
We started backgrounds in the lesson – now finish an artist profile.
Include images of the artist’s work (must be an artist who paints animals), info about their work (what inspires them, etc.)
Most importantly, say what you think about their work and produce your own version in their style.
See if you can improve on the last artist profile you did in the natural forms project.