Year 9 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 show understanding of the relationships between texts and the contexts in which they were written.

·  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.

-Complete at least 2 activities from the reading challenge.

-Complete one of the activities from the context challenge.

-Complete one of the activities from the writing challenge.

In the week 4 folder:

PowerPoint- Act 4 reading challenge

PowerPoint- Act 4 context challenge

PowerPoint- Act 4 writing challenge

Electronic copy of Act 4 of Romeo and Juliet (novel version)

 

SUBJECT: MATHS – HIGHER

TIME LIMIT: 4 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Recapping unit 3 – data

-        To be able to read and complete two way tables

-        To be able to read and complete pie charts

-        To be able to read and complete stem and leaf diagrams

 

-        To be able to accurately measure and draw bearings

 

 

 

 

5 tasks set, each task should take approximately 25 minutes

 

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

 

Pixi Maths

Two way tables:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/two-way-tables

 

Pie charts:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/pie-charts

 

Stem and leaf diagrams:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/stem-and-leaf

 

Bearings:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/bearings

 

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: MATHS – FOUNDATION

TIME LIMIT: 4 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Shape and transformation skills

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

-        To be able to calculate the area of rectangles

-        To be able to calculate the area of triangles

-        To be able to calculate the area of parallelograms

-        To be able to calculate the area of trapeziums

-        To be able to calculate the circumference of a circle

-        To be able to calculate the area of a circle

 

 

 

6 tasks set, each task should take approximately 20 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: 52

Area of rectangles: 53

Area of triangles: 54

Area of parallelograms: 55

Area of trapeziums: 56

Circumference of a circle: 118

Area of circles: 117

 

Pixi Maths

Perimeter and area of rectangles:

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

Area of triangles:

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

Area of parallelograms:

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

Area of trapeziums:

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

Circumference and area of a circle:

https://www.piximaths.co.uk/area-and-circumference-of-circles

 

 

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

1.Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells (biology)

2.Atoms, element, compounds and mixtures (chemistry)

3.Atoms and isotopes (physics)

You need to access myGCSEscience. Your log in details are simply your school email and the password ra 

You need to complete the lessons in the previous column. To complete a lesson, you play the narrated video, pause it and make notes, then answer the multiple choice questions and try the exam question and mark it using the mark scheme. https://www.my-gcsescience.com/login/

 

A step by step guide will be placed in the google classroom.

Completing each lesson will give you a Red, Amber or Green rating based on your answers. This will allow us to prepare support resources when we return to help prepare you for your GCSE’s.

 

 SUBJECT: HISTORY

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

The Significance of the Western Front for experiments in surgery and medicine:

 

Students are to develop an understanding of:

·        How the war gave rise to new techniques in medical treatment

·        How surgery changed to treat large numbers of head injuries

 

Students will need to work through every page of the PowerPoint presentation, in order. Students will need to learn about the Carrel-Dakin method, The Thomas splint, blood transfusions, brain surgery and plastic surgery.

Students must also complete the assigned GCSE Pod work – teachers can reset passwords if needed.

 

PowerPoint

 

GCSEPod Tasks

 

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

LO: To re-cap knowledge learned from the topic ‘Physical landscapes in the UK: Coasts / Rivers’

GCSE POD

 

GCSE Bitesize

 

PowerPoint presentation – Make notes and complete tasks.

Weekly quiz 4 on google classroom

 

 

SUBJECT: PERFORMING ARTS – MUSIC – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Genre Exploration /Composition theme park

LAB: Practically explore techniques used to create music products in a range of styles

 

Genre Exploration - listening African drumming

LAA: Develop listening and appraising skills in a variety of styles and genres

 

 

Genre Exploration /Performance African drumming

LAB: Practically explore techniques used to create music products in a range of styles

 

Work set for several weeks.

Time limit is 2 hours per week.

Complete the composition task set on bandlab  - theme park

Complete the theme park planning document

 

Complete listening log - African posted on google classroom

 

Find something in your home that you can improvise as a djembe drum - maybe some sort of small bin upside down - be creative but ask if its not yours!

 

Practise the technique for Bass, Tone, Slap - use the first video linked

Watch the video on YouTube teaching you 6 different patterns - have a go - record yourself playing at least 3 patterns

Bandlab for Education website

Advert - Theme park document on google classroom

 

Listening log - African - Google classroom

 

 

Home item such as small bin

 

YouTube video 1 -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYQeh5FX-LM&t=34s

 

YouTube video 2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUWsvuvZgh4

 

Method to record performance

 

SUBJECT: PERFORMING ARTS – DANCE – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

BTEC- Learning aim A: Examine professional practitioners’ performance work

 

A1 Professional practitioners’ performance material, influences, creative outcomes and purpose

Home learning Project

Rooster by Christopher Bruce

This project students will be focussing on two sections ‘Little Red Rooster’ and ‘Paint it Black’.

Project Tasks

Task 7: Research Task and Poster

Use the internet, and the resource at this link to help you research the points below:

https://www.rambert.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Rooster-Resource-Pack-1.pdf

·   Tell us about the themes/story of the dance Rooster- this could include what happens in each section.

·   Find 3-5 key facts about Christopher Bruce the choreographer

·   Find information on the dance style/key movements in

·        Rooster

·        Christopher Bruce’s style as a whole.

Use your research along with what you have learnt from all of the tasks in this project to help you create a poster which explains the dance Rooster and the work of Christopher Bruce to Year 7s & 8s who have not seen this Dance work. You should keep the information brief- using bullet points in your own words and include pictures.

 

www.rambert.org.uk

Colour pens

paper

(Google Classroom)

 

 

SUBJECT: PERFORMING ARTS – DRAMA – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

BTEC L2

Component 2 - Developing Skills & Techniques in the performing arts

 

LAB Apply skills and techniques in rehearsal and performance

 

Work set for three weeks.

2 Hours work per week limit.

 

Create, Rehearse and Perform a monologue from The Woman in black. Must be at least 1 minute

·        Watch the presentation on Classroom for all the details about the play

·        Plan and block your monologue using the script in the classroom

·        Rehearse your monologue, learning all the lines

·        Consider Mediums and Elements of Drama: costume, setting, character, staging and performance skills

·        Video the monologue and send in using the classroom - DO NOT EMAIL pls

·        Challenge - Included a detailed annotated script documenting all the performance skills and dramatic techniques used

 

Some examples of the monologue being performed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzDFpwYr9QI

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4XHEbP7jJs - 8.30

 

All other resources including script and presentation are in Google Classroom

 

 

 

 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ARTS – ART – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR (per week, until complete)

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

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

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. 

 

 

 

SUBJECT: CREATIVE ARTS – PHOTOGRAPHY AO – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR (per week)

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Theme: DOUBLE EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY

To recognise double exposure portrait photographers

Research 3 different photographers

Find information about them and their work and save it on a word document

Find at least 4 images per photographer and save them on a word document

Analyse one image per photographer. Comment on colour, lighting, composition and context.

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

 

 

SUBJECT: CREATIVE ARTS – PHOTOGRAPHY LH – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR (per week)

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Theme: LAUNDRY continued

Develop and refine chosen photographs - link these back to photographer research.

Produce a second shoot looking at the chosen area in laundry - Shoot 2

Upload all images onto Google drive

Develop images from the second shoot by refining and manipulating photographs.

Present a selection of photographs - Development of Shoot 2

There is a teacher example on Google classrooms of ideas and layout guidance

 

Google classrooms for ideas

 

 

SUBJECT: CREATIVE ARTS – GRAPHICS – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 1 HOUR (per week)

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Theme: LETTERING

To research and know the difference between lettering, calligraphy and typography along with typeface and font.

To use lettering and pattern together - example to be in Google classroom

To create a greetings card, using lettering, pattern and colour - example to be in Google classrooms

Examples on Google classrooms

 

Google classrooms for ideas

 

 

 

SUBJECT: GERMAN – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Musik ist mein Leben - talking about music preferences, recap of opinions and word order with gern/ lieber

Active-learn exercises to recap start of module

Worksheets provided.

Vocab sheets

Active teach book

Links provided on Google classroom and worksheets

Correct translations/responses uploaded and students to self-assess/correct their work; paragraphs returned for teacher feedback

 

SUBJECT: FRENCH

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

End of module revision: TV, film and internet

PPt & Worksheets provided.

Vocab sheets

Active teach book

 

Links provided on Google classroom and worksheets

Correct translations/responses uploaded and students to self-assess/correct their work; paragraphs returned for 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: BTEC SPORT – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Complete the Short-Term effects of exercise table.

 

Work set for 2 weeks.

Time limit is 2 hours per week.

The table is on Slide 8. The information is on a different PP on the 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

 

SUBJECT: CHILD DEVELOPMENT – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS (per week)

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

A.2P2 Explain the role of the adult in promoting learning through play, using relevant examples.

 

Work set for 2 weeks.

Time limit is 2 hours per week.

The Role of the adult- Handout- Child Initiated play, Adult Initiated play and Adult led play- Tech Award book for Child Development

 

Google Classroom- PowerPoint Presentation Links and Resources on Google classroom discussions

 

 

SUBJECT: COMPUTING

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

•          Positive and negative impacts of modern technologies on organisations in terms of:

o          required infrastructure (communication technologies, devices, local and web-based platforms)

o          demand on infrastructure of chosen tools/platforms

o          availability of infrastructure

o          24/7 access

o          security of distributed/disbursed data

o          collaboration

o          inclusivity (age, health, additional needs, multicultural)

o          accessibility (meeting legal obligations, provision requirements)

o          remote working.

BBC Bitesize

 

Worksheet

Worksheet Answers

 

SUBJECT: BUSINESS – CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

TIME LIMIT: 2 HOURS

Objective - What you need to know

Resources - what you need to use

Resources - to check understanding

Comparing the purpose, activities, and aims of your chosen two contrasting businesses

Template assignment found on the classwork tab please complete your work for this task in the labelled table.

Google classroom example piece of work found on the stream

 

 

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