Year 7 Work Set for Week Beginning Wednesday 20th May 2020 to Friday 22nd May 2020

 

SUBJECT: READING

https://padlet.com/nraven1/hx4hag3k4agu  

 

SUBJECT: ENGLISH

TIME LIMIT: 3 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Please note: Individual teachers may set their classes additional work if students are feeding back that they are ahead/ finished. Below is a minimum expectation.

Students are expected to send one piece of completed work to their individual teacher at the end of the unit (w/b 18.05.20) for teachers to check understanding and give an effort grade/ feedback. Year 7 and 8 are also expected to complete an AR quiz by 18.05.20

 

·  To read, understand and respond to texts.

·  To communicate clearly, effectively and imaginatively, selecting and adapting tone, style and register for different forms, purposes and audiences

·  To organise information and ideas, using structural and grammatical features to support coherence and cohesion of texts

·  To use a range of vocabulary and sentence structures for clarity, purpose and effect, with accurate spelling and punctuation

·  To explore the concept of an alter ego

·   Read at least 25 minutes every day. Once you have completed a book, finish a quiz on the AR website.

 

·   Complete lesson 4.  Work through the activities on the PowerPoint.  Think through any discussion points.  Possible outcomes:  writing task – metamorphosis opening; self-assessment.

Use the following link to complete a quiz once you have finished your book https://ukhosted60.renlearn.co.uk/1893671/

 

Lesson 4 PowerPoint – Noun Phrases Revisited

 

 

SUBJECT: MATHS

TIME LIMIT: 3 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Shapes

-        To be able to calculate the perimeter of 2D shapes

-        To be able to calculate the area of 2D shapes

-        To be able to recognise the properties of triangles

-        To be able to recognise the properties of quadrilaterals

-        To be able to recognise nets of 3D shapes

-        To be able to calculate the volume of a cuboid

 

 

 

6 tasks set, each task should take approximately 15 minutes

 

Mymaths – work allocated on Mymaths, each topic has a lesson/video student can watch to help prior to completing the work

 

In addition, help can be found on Mathswatch, clip numbers:

Perimeter: G8b

Area : G20a, b and c

2D and 3D shapes: G12a, b and c

Triangles: G16

Quadrilaterals: G14

Nets: G12c

Volume: G21a

 

 

Pixi Maths

 

Perimeter and area:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/area-and-perimeter-using-formulae

2D and 3D shapes:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/types-of-shapes-2d-3d

Triangles:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/types-of-lines-and-angles

Quadrilaterals:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/types-of-lines-and-angles

Nets:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/types-of-shapes-2d-3d

Volume:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/cubes-and-cuboids

 

Google classroom as your teacher may put additional resources on here to help

Each topic has a series of questions for you to complete to check understanding.

 

All work set has a lesson/video to assist you or you can ask your teacher assistance – email for help

 

Work is marked by system and feedback given immediately; you should be looking to achieve at least 75% on each task completed.

 

Feedback then given by teacher and any work that needs to be looked at again will be returned with some assistance to complete.

 

SUBJECT: SCIENCE –

TIME LIMIT: 3 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Plant reproduction

State Changes

Magnetism

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zf9yy9q/year-7-lessons/1

This is the link to BBC daily lessons, use the web site, videos and worksheets. You can still use the google sheets document on the google drive to access more links on these topics and Collins Connect for the textbook.

Each lesson on the BBC should take around 30-40mins depending on lengths of video.

The Educake test should take between 25-45 minutes. 

You must complete the 30-mark Educake assignment (10marks on each topic) so we can check your understanding. It will be called Year 7 summer home learning 5. It will become live on the 22nd and must be completed by 26th May

Extension project. This is entirely voluntary but will help develop your scientific knowledge- and you never know might be good fun!

If you have flowers growing in your garden or a flowerpot, ask your parents if you can pick one and try dissecting the plant to locate the different parts you have learnt about. https://youtu.be/493WeySyf-8

Make a state of matter changes diary. Over 3 days how many state changes do you come across- do you use ice in a drink, boil water, cook an egg?

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SUBJECT: HISTORY

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Civil Rights

 

 

 

Working from the Civil Rights booklet. Only the pages that students need to work from have been loaded.

The March of Washington (1963) and Martin Luther King Jr. Watch the following clips and use them – and the information contained in the booklet – to answer the questions on the PowerPoint.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Q_I_2m5TbA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wDU-oYQN04

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IB0i6bJIjw

 

Students also must answer questions about President Johnson and the Jim Crow Laws, and explain the role of Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

Student booklet – Civil Rights

 

Video Clips

 

PowerPoint

 

SUBJECT: GEOGRAPHY– CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT:1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Winners and losers of the Rushden Lakes development

 

LO: To be able to evaluate the success of Rushden Lakes.

 

Key Concepts / Students are expected to be able to:

 

●       Consider the opinions of a wide range of different members of society.

●       Describe and explain the emergence of Rushden Lakes.

Summarise the advantages and disadvantages of the development.

Rushden lakes + Impacts on the community.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEBkI6SxHM4

 

Rushden Lakes from the sky:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBNySInQTjI

Produce a report of the winners and losers of Rushden Lakes – Considering impacts to people, the economy and the environment.

 

 

Weekly quiz 5

 

Evaluate the success of the Rushden Lakes development (6 marks).

 

SUBJECT: PERFORMING ARTS – MUSIC, DRAMA & DANCE – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Drama: Explore character development skills through script writing

Dance: Develop an understanding of the key features of the style of Rock and Roll and its origins. 

Music: To understand how to select appropriate subject may matter and lyrics for a song in a particular genre

Drama: Write two monologues from the perspective of two suspects in the case.

Dance: create a fact file about Rock and Roll using the google slide provided. Take part in practical Rock and Roll dance class and then complete self-evaluation.

Music: write the lyrics for an original song in the style of the genre studied (Pop or Rock). Complete listening log 3.

All resources are on presentation and uploaded to classroom

 

  

SUBJECT: CREATIVE ARTS – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

·        Theme: MECHANISMS

·        How to draw with accuracy from first-hand observation

·        To add shade and tone

You will be given a different observation drawing on the google classroom each week. These images are for ideas on how you can do your own drawing.

Use the images on Google classroom to check your accuracy

 

SUBJECT: GERMAN – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Overview of other German speaking countries. Also investigate other areas/ regions where German is spoken.

Research one in more details and produce a PowerPoint or poster with your findings.

PPT; relevant suggested web sites/you tube videos to facilitate independent research

Projects returned to teacher for feedback and shared on GC

 

SUBJECT: FRENCH – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Overview sporting events; Tour de France; the French open; the Paris marathon; le Mans 24hr race; Research one and produce a PowerPoint/poster, etc.

PPT; relevant suggested web sites/you tube videos to facilitate independent research

Translation exercises and knowledge quiz on PPT, correct answers released on deadline; projects returned to teacher for feedback and shared on GC for peer feedback

 

SUBJECT: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Research task:

Who was Jesus?

What symbols are used in Christianity?

 

Objectives:

To understand who Jesus was and why he is important

 

To understand the meaning of different Christian symbols.

 

Describe what people believe Jesus was like.

 

Describe how Christians view Jesus.

 

Explain how Jesus links back to the Holy Trinity.

 

Give examples of how symbols are used in Christianity.

 

Explain the meaning of Christian symbols.

 

Assess the importance of symbols in religious belief.

 

Instructions and guidance in the Word document.

 

Views of New Yorkers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=johNLhZ5y48

 

Jesus:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJF18yvTF6g

 

https://christianity.org.uk/article/who-was-jesus-was-he-real

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/christianity/history/jesus_1.shtml

 

Symbols:

https://www.learnreligions.com/christianity-symbols-illustrated-glossary-4051292

 

http://religious-symbols.net/christian-symbols.html

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/christianity/symbols/cross_1.shtml

 

Self-reflection using self-assessment criteria and Teacher feedback

 

 

SUBJECT: CORE PE – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Please complete the ME in PE worksheet which focuses on Striking and Fielding. Over the two-week period there is both a theory/written task and a physical task which needs to be completed over a series of days. 

Use google classroom to access the worksheet. Students can send the resources electronically as well as photos of them participating in the tasks. 

Google classroom and each individual staff email address have been shared with students if they require help. 

 

SUBJECT: COMPUTING

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

•          Understand the terms Hardware and Software.

•          Understand Inputs and Outputs.

PDF worksheet

BBC Bitesize

 

 

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