Students are to complete their Narrative Account assessment in their assessment booklets or on lined paper. Any problems, they can see me any lunchtime
Students are to complete their Road to the Civil Rights using their booklets. Many have taken a picture of the board with a summary of who and what they need to write about.
Students are to complete their story of a slave. Min 2 pages of exercise book; max 3 pages. It should include how the person was captured and taken to the coast in West Africa, the Middle Passage, the slave market and life on the plantation in the West Indies, inluding punishments, health and jobs. It can be done in present or past tense, as a diary or a story, in the 1st or 3rd person. It must include precise evidence
Students are to complete their poem on Cawnpore and the massacre there during the Indian Mutiny of the 1850s. They are to make sure that they put in precise detail on what happened at Cawnpore, and that this is in chronological order. The poem does not need to rhyme or follow any grammatical rules!
Students have the information sheet to help them. They can also come up any lunchtime for help or to use felts
Students are to use their Road to Suffrage picture and writing in their exercise books to complete the 1st 3 pages of their assessment booklet: their Narrative Account which is a written timeline of events that led to women getting the vote. We went over this in class, but anyone needing support can see me at lunchtime for support. They also have an information booklet
Please make sure your Teesha Moore page is finished and you have printed off your images ready to produce your own large piece.
Think of a theme for your collage page in the style of Teesha Moore. Print off or cut out of magazines images to use next lesson. You will be working on A3 paper so the images need to be quite big.
Also, find a quote to write on the page.
See imagery below to remind yourself the style of the collage.
Students are to complete the grid on this topic. They know what to do and where to get the information from – either they have taken pictures of the relevant pages or they can come up any lunchtime except Mon 3rd-Wed 5th to borrow a book. Some students are doing the work in their book instead, either as bullet points or full paragraphs.
Title is The Near Future (Le Futur Proche)
Using page 137 in your Expo 3 textbooks, copy out the notes on the near future tense. Think about using a highlighter or different colour for the points in bold.
Write out and complete the questions 1-10. Underline the word you put on the line. This will either be a part of ‘aller’ or an infinitive . Use the booklet of sheets from the lessons this week to help you.