Year 9 Work Set for Week Beginning Monday 29th June 2020 to Sunday 5th July 2020

 

SUBJECT: READING

https://padlet.com/nraven1/hx4hag3k4agu  

 

SUBJECT: PSHE – Continued

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

1 hour

To learn about the current Anti-Racism movement and how we can make steps to challenge Racism.

Students will find all resources, including Anti-Racism Slides on the PSHE Google Classroom.

Support and information contained within the slides will help you complete the task.

5th July

 

SUBJECT: ENGLISH

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2-3  Hours

-   Read the summary of the act to recap your understanding of characters and events.

-   Complete the quiz to consolidate your understanding.

Complete the worksheet which takes a key scene from the act and allows you to analyse it.

In your Google classroom your teacher will share:

- An electronic copy of the summary of Act 3 of Romeo and Juliet

- A worksheet with a short extract and tasks on it

- A pre-recorded lesson with Miss Neville speaking through the act to help your understanding and explaining what to do for each task.

- A Google forms quiz to check your understanding of the Act

-You should be able to answer the majority of the questions on the Act 3 quiz.

-Complete all tasks on the worksheet, using evidence from the extract to support your points. You can use previous material (the context challenges from last term) to help with your answers.

Your teacher will set up an assignment on Google Classroom when they want work submitted every 2-3 weeks. However, if you want feedback on work to check your understanding, email your English teacher.

5th July

 

SUBJECT: MATHS HIGHER PAPER

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hour

2 tasks to be completed

Task 1 – virtual lessons provided by class teacher: solving quadratics using the quadratic formulas

-        To be able to solve quadratics using the quadratic formula

Task 2 – recapping previous work, using Mathswatch tasks, unit  5 revision:

-        Congruence and similarity

-        Angles in polygons 

Task 1 – virtual recorded lesson will be provided, linked to Google classroom, questions will be set at the end to check understanding

Task 2 – Mathswatch tasks set, that have a video to watch or a PowerPoint linked to Google classroom to help.

Extra help available from Pixi Maths:

Solving quadratics

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/solving-quadratic-equations

Congruence

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/proving-similarity-and-congruence

Angles in polygons

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/interior-and-exterior-angles

Task 1 – complete the questions at the end of the virtual lesson and submit through Google classroom and again will be marked, and feedback given

Task 2 – these will automatically be marked on completion by the system.

All three tasks to be completed by the end of Sunday 5th July in preparation for next week being set 6th July

 

SUBJECT: MATHS FOUNDATION PAPER

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

1.5 hour

3 tasks to be completed

Task 1 – starter activity to recap mixture of questions from previous topics – 20 questions

Task 2 – virtual lessons provided by class teacher: prime factor decomposition

Task 3 – virtual lessons provided by class teacher:

-        highest common factor

-        lowest common multiple

Task 1 – 20 questions will be uploaded onto google classroom, attempt as many as possible and submit to teacher via Google classroom

Task 2 – virtual recorded lesson will be provided, linked to Google classroom, questions will be set at the end to check understanding

Task 2 – virtual recorded lesson will be provided, linked to Google classroom, questions will be set at the end to check understanding

Extra help available:

Mathswatch:

Prime factor decomposition  N30b

Highest common factor  N31a

Lowest common multiple  N31b

Piximaths

Prime factor decomposition

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/products-of-prime-factors-hcf-and-l

Highest common factor

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/products-of-prime-factors-hcf-and-l

Lowest common multiple

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/products-of-prime-factors-hcf-and-l

Task 1 – when questions are completed submit to teacher via Google classroom and they will be marked, and feedback given

Task 2 – complete the questions at the end of the virtual lesson and submit through Google classroom and again will be marked and feedback given

Task 3 – complete the questions at the end of the virtual lesson and submit through Google classroom and again will be marked and feedback given

All three tasks to be completed by the end of Sunday 5th July in preparation for next week being set 6th July

 

SUBJECT: SCIENCE

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours (1 hour to complete, 1 hour to mark and reflect).

Communicable diseases

You have now finished the video lessons on myGCSEscience for this topic. You need to complete the assessment on this topic. The link to the test is below.

Communicable disease test

Should you need help there will be a google hangout for the three sets taught by Miss Wiles, then Miss Hunter will host a hangout for Berners and Mr Chapman will host one for Hawkings. Look out for details on the google classrooms and your emails.

Complete the test and submit your answers to the google classroom either as a word/goggle doc or as a picture. Once we receive your work, we will send you the answers to mark. You must submit your mark as a raw mark via google classroom.  You can then email your teacher if there is a question you don't understand that you got wrong or attend the google classroom Hangout.

5th July

 

SUBJECT: CHILDCARE - Continued

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

1 hour

P2- The role of the adult

M1- How play is organised 

Use the same template as your previous piece of work that is in the shared drive. PowerPoint presentation that is on google classroom. BTEC TECH textbook.

Example on google classroom

Stream with questions/ answers.

Google Meet on Tuesday 10am. 

5th July

 

SUBJECT: SPORT - Continued

 

week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

1 hour

Complete the Long-Term effects of exercise on the musculoskeletal System table

Table is now on slide 5 of the PowerPoint

Along with Pre Recorded Lesson on Google Classroom

Internet Research. Revision Book. Specification –

https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/btec-tec-awards/sport-activity-and-fitness/2017/specification-and-sample-assessments/PSPEC-Tech-Award-in-Sport-Activity-Fitness.pdf

5th July

 

SUBJECT: FRENCH

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Festivals and celebrations; perfect tense with irregular past participles

On the Google classroom for your class: PPT; vocab lists; relevant suggested web sites/you tube videos to support topic; Active Learn student books; Language Gym for corresponding grammar practice

Live lesson – Friday 11pm

Google form quiz; 1 hr Google Meet; work submitted/shared for teacher/peer feedback

3rd July - 12 noon

 

SUBJECT: GERMAN

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

1 hour

Wir feiern – learning about German festivals and celebrations

On the Google classroom for your class:

PowerPoint or worksheet with all the instructions and links to resources e.g. YouTube, BBC Bitesize

Live lesson – Wednesday - 2pm

Work submitted for feedback.

To practise vocabulary:

Active learn exercises

The Language Gym exercises

10th July - 12 noon

 

SUBJECT: IT

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Students will be looking at Internal threats to a computer system/network.

A presentation and worksheet will be provided on the google classroom.

A question and answer session in the classroom stream will be available from 11am Tuesday 30th June.

The answers will be shared the following week.

5th July

 

SUBJECT: BTEC ENTERPRISE

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

1.5 hours

Component 3 – Promotion and finance for enterprise

-        Sales promotions

-        The purpose of sales promotions

Methods of sales promotions

On Google classroom you will find a template and model answer for each part use these to help you complete the work.

GCSE bitesize

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zpsvr82

GCSEpod

https://members.gcsepod.com/shared/search?search=business

Once work is completed please submit to your teacher through Google classroom who will mark it and feedback to you.

All three tasks to be completed by the end of Sunday 5th July in preparation for next week being set 6th July

 

SUBJECT: GEOGRAPHY

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Year 10 Transition Task 2

Urban issues and challenges

LO: To understand what is meant by the term ‘slum’ and the characteristics of these developments.

Resources will be added to google classroom, these include:

PowerPoint presentation with examples

Written instructions + Brief for assignment.

Watch and make notes on Kevin McCloud – Slumming it Ep1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im0tHRs9Bng&t=361s

Individual feedback after uploading or emailing flashcards to your teacher.

Weekly google quiz

12th July

 

 SUBJECT: HISTORY

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Medicine through time

Revision tasks have been set by your teacher on Google Classroom.

Additional learning has been provided using GCSE Pod.

Check your Google Classroom for details of your virtual lesson. All students must attend.

Submit all revision tasks back to your teacher. Feedback on your work will be provided.

5th July

 

SUBJECT: DRAMA

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

1 hour 30 mins watching

30 mins reflecting

To watch new performances in preparation for reflection in Y10 Component 1 coursework.

Students will find full instructions in the classroom with direct links to click on for both the performance and reflection sheet.

Task 1 - click this link to watch an engaging performance of John Godber’s play ‘Teechers’.

Teechers performance - https://vimeo.com/410200936/d4ae14fc31

Task 2 - click this link to answer some personal reflection questions that link directly to the performance you have watched. Remember, there are no right or wrong answers here, just being able to justify your points/opinions with examples from the play. Your answers will be sent directly to me when you click submit at the end of the sheet.

Reflection sheet -
https://forms.gle/YuUqKZc4x1ugwsQA8

10th July

 

SUBJECT: DANCE

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

To produce an informative poster of practitioner 2

To interpret an understanding of the choreographic intention of dance work ‘Emancipation of Expressionism’

As part of the BTEC course dancers will be required to study a selection of dance practitioners from various backgrounds and styles.

Practitioner 2= Kenrick H20 Sandy

Task: 1. Create a fact-file/poster with information on Kenrick H20 Sandy

          2. Watch 'Emancipation of Expressionism ' and complete the provided questions

Video link in google classrooms

 

Total duration of dance 11mins

12th July

 

SUBJECT: MUSIC

 

Continued from last week, please see your Google Classroom

 

SUBJECT: Art

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Theme: FRUIT & VEGETABLES

How to draw with accuracy from first hand observation

To add shade and tone

How to apply a range of materials and techniques

REMEMBER TO SUBMIT AT LEAST ONE PIECE OF WORK BY TUESDAY 30TH JUNE

You have a series of natural form fruit and vegetable drawings in your folder to draw from. You need to work your way through these by using a range of media if possible.

The images are also on Google classrooms. If you complete the allocated images, then email for more. 

17th July

 

SUBJECT: Photography (AO)

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Theme: PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

Take a series of portrait photographs of at least 2 different people.

Think about backgrounds and aim to keep them as simple as possible. Use brick walls and plain painted walls as this will make your double exposure more effective

Take photographs of natural forms, flowers, leaves etc.

You will need 100 portrait images ad 100 natural form images

REMEMBER TO SUBMIT AT LEAST ONE PIECE OF WORK BY TUESDAY 30TH JUNE

There are resources in the photography Google classroom to help you analyse the images

All of your research will be printed and mounted when we get back to school, so save it on your google drive for now

Google classrooms for ideas

17th July

 

SUBJECT: Photography (LH)

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Theme: PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

Take a series of portrait photographs of at least 2 different people.

Think about backgrounds and aim to keep them as simple as possible. Use brick walls and plain painted walls as this will make your double exposure more effective

Take photographs of natural forms, flowers, leaves etc.

You will need 100 portrait images ad 100 natural form images, please upload this onto your Google Drive

REMEMBER TO SUBMIT AT LEAST ONE PIECE OF WORK BY TUESDAY 30TH JUNE

All of your research will be printed and mounted when we get back to school, so save it on your google drive for now

Google classrooms for ideas

17th July

 

SUBJECT: Graphics

 

Time per week

What do you need to know? 

Where or how will new learning be made available to students?

This is how you will know you have understood the work

Deadline for all tasks

2 hours

Theme: RESEARCH

To research three different graphic designers

You need to find information about them and their work and save it to a word/google document.

You need to find at least five examples of their work.

Then analyse one piece of their work. Use the worksheets put together to help you use technical vocabulary.

REMEMBER TO SUBMIT AT LEAST ONE PIECE OF WORK BY TUESDAY 30TH JUNE

Examples on Google classrooms with starting points and links to possible Graphic Designers to use.

Google classrooms for ideas

17th July

  

SUBJECT: PE (Core)

 

  • National Sport Week Challenge – See challenges posted on twitter (@pe_rushden)
  • Team Rushden’s big challenge – Rushden to Tokyo! How many miles can you add to the total to raise money for MIND Rushden? See twitter (@pe_rushden and @rushden_academy)

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