Year 10 Remote Learning from Monday 14th December - Friday 18th December

Subject: Mathematics

What work do you need to do?

Where will you find the work?

What do you need to submit to your teacher? How will you receive feedback on your work?

Set 1

-        Direct and inverse proportion

-        Index notations

Set 2

-        Revision on ratio & Direct proportion

-        Unit 5 topic test

-        Bespoke intervention for topic test to ‘close the gap’

Set 3

Ratio

-        Simplifying ratio/equivalent ratios

-        Dividing ratio in a given quantity

-        Completing worded questions for ratio

Set 4

-        Collecting like terms in algebra

-        Finding fractions of an amount

-        Calculating with fractions

Set 5

Standard form

-        Converting from standard form to ordinary numbers

-        Converting from ordinary numbers to standard form

Set 1

Work has been allocated to Mathswatch, students have individual log ins

Set 2

Work allocated daily per lesson on Google classroom

Set 3

Work allocated daily per lesson on Google classroom

Set 4

Work allocated daily per lesson on Google classroom

Set 5

Work allocated daily per lesson on Google classroom

Work completed on Mathswatch will automatically submit to classroom teacher on completion and saving

Work completed via Google classroom will need to be submitted.

Teachers will mark and give feedback accordingly and will also re-cover misconceptions after Christmas

Subject: Science

What work do you need to do?

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What do you need to submit to your teacher? How will you receive feedback on your work?

Set 1/2/3 Biology: Revising Biology and Chemistry: Combination of lesson slides to recap revision on Covalent bonding, exam paper and mark scheme previously given to complete a set of exemplar answers (started in class prior to home learning) further exam questions from exampro with mark scheme to again either test themselves and self mark or to give a set of exemplar answers. Signposted to Biology paper 1 revision videos by 'Freesciencelessons.com' with instruction to watch, make notes on topics covered in year 9. In addition some students prior to home learning requested help on magnification, percentage change and standard form, adapted lesson slides and resources from TES provided on google classrooms.

Set 1/2/3 Chemistry: Complete the lessons uploaded by Miss Wiles. Most groups have work on Catalysts and/or reversible reactions.

Set 1/2/3 Physics: Please log into the MyGCSE websites below and watch the clips on Solids, Liquids and Gases, and Specific Heat Capacity.  Your username is your school email, and the password are 2 lowercase letters   ra

Watch the instructional videos on each, then answer the multichoice questions.  Your task is to get them all correct by the end of the week.  You can retake the test every 24 hours.  Also available on these clips are some exam style questions to attempt.  There is a mark scheme with the answers once you have had a go.

Finally, watch the Youtube clip of the required practical on Specific Heat Capacity that we were due to carry out this week.  We will do this now in the new year.

https://www.my-gcsescience.com/aqa/physics/solids-liquids-and-gases/

https://www.my-gcsescience.com/aqa/physics/specific-heat-capacity-and-specific-latent-heat/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loeRLKNeUsc&t=230s

Set 4: Miss Hunter: Biology and Chemistry revision. Please watch the clips and do the educake Qs. If you need passwords resetting please email Miss Hunter or comment in the classroom.

Mr Chapman:  As you have your walking talking Mock after Christmas you will need to continue your revision. Watch the video covering the entire content of the Chemistry Paper 1.  Please take the time to watch this and make notes. You don't have to watch it all at once, small chunks may work better.  I have also posted some practice exam questions that you need to have a go at and then self mark in your books.

Any problems please let me know as I am at my computer all day today

Set 5:  Monday and Tuesdays lessons. Students work through the PowerPoint and worksheet.

Fridays lesson is to use focus e learning to look at the practicals we couldn't do this term.

All work is set on the individual google classrooms by your teachers. Set 1/2/3 will have work uploaded by three teachers. Sets 4 and 5 by two.

Upload pictures. Tests will be marked and feedback given in lessons upon return.

Upload a picture. I will test your understanding of the work in starters questions when we return.

Subject: English

What work do you need to do?

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What do you need to submit to your teacher? How will you receive feedback on your work?

All teachers have uploaded lessons linked to the unit of work you have been studying- A Christmas Carol and/or conflict poetry.

10a/En1:

Complete your poetry assessment and send it to Miss Monkman to receive feedback.

10a/En2:

Resources for A Christmas Carol have been uploaded to consolidate your understanding of the text.

10a/En3:

Annotation and recapping your understanding of the poem ‘Belfast Confetti’.

10b/En1:

Comparison question for the poem ‘The Class Game’. You choose the poem to compare it to.

10b/En2:

Visual resources provided to develop your understanding of poems from the Conflict anthology. Watch the clips and make notes of the poems.

10b/En3:

Creating a knowledge organiser for A Christmas Carol to consolidate your understanding of the novella. Instructions given on the classroom post.

Google classroom

You can either:

Write on paper and email a picture of the work to your teacher.

Or

Type up your response and email the document directly to your teacher.

Subject: German

What work do you need to do?

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Complete a selection of Listening activities relating to our current module (3) on This is Language.

Students also have the opportunity to catch up on any work missed this term due to absence.

www.thisislanguage.com

Students have their usernames and passwords but can email Mrs Brainwood.

www.pearsonactivelearn.com

Students have their log in details but can contact Mrs Brainwood

All work from September is on the class Google classroom.

This is Language will provide feedback on tasks and can be viewed by Mrs Brainwood, the same for Activelearn.

Other work to be submitted via email or Google classroom.

Subject: French

What work do you need to do?

Where will you find the work?

What do you need to submit to your teacher? How will you receive feedback on your work?

Give responses to the 10 General Conversation questions for Module 4 as we are just finishing the module (additional homework on ThisisLanguage).

All resources can be found on the Google classroom for the group (powerpoint available).

To be submitted via email or Google classroom for marking and feedback.

Subject: IT

What work do you need to do?

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Transfer the research from last week’s lesson into the assignment template

Google Classroom

Submit task and feedback will be posted on your submission.

Subject: Geography

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Mr Ross’s class to complete a 9 mark exam question on economic indicators.

Details and example structure etc are on Google Classroom.  The lesson resources can also be found there which will help in completion of this task.

Upload your answer to the Google Classroom for feedback.

Subject: Drama Mrs Ede

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Mondays work

Complete the following slides in your C1 presentation for Naturalism

●        Definitions (Your own & an official one

●        First impressions of 'Beautiful Thing'

●       Themes in 'Beautiful Thing' - Remember PEE Paragraphs

●       Research & Findings on 'Beautiful Thing' - (There is LOADS of stuff on Digital Theatre - link below)

Wednesdays Tasks

●       Watch the interview with the Playwright Jonathan Harvey on Digital Theatre - The Beautiful Thing chapter

●       Make notes to add to your research/findings section of your presentation

●       Complete that section on your presentation

Thursdays work

Watch the interviews with the the team from Beautiful Thing and make notes on roles and responsibilities for each

●       Directing - Beautiful Thing & Research chapters

●       Acting - From Being 16 chapter until the end.

●       Design - Watch the whole interview

Be sure to make notes on how these roles are different for NATURALISM!

Add these sections to your C1 document (Presentation) for the Naturalism section

All work on Google Classroom

Interviews & research in Digital Theatre Plus

(Search Beautiful Thing)

Login details on Google Classroom

Students notes were scanned and emailed to students on Wednesday to their own account and also put in classroom

Students presentations are in their own google drive.

Interview - https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-writing-jonathan-harvey

Directing - https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-directing-nikolai-foster#production-videos-chapter

Acting - https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-acting-jake-davies-and-danny-boy-hatchard

Design -

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-design-colin-richmond

Presentation documents are shared with staff to be marked live.

Work completed is coursework and worth 30% of their final grade

Feedback will be given on completion of Learning Aim A for Naturalism

Subject: Drama Miss Taylor

What work do you need to do?

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What do you need to submit to your teacher? How will you receive feedback on your work?

Monday and Wednesday work

●       Watch the interviews that are linked in the google classroom (to the right).

●       Make notes to add to your research/findings section of your presentation

●       Complete that section on your presentation

Thursdays work

Add these sections to your C1 document (Presentation) for the Naturalism section

Complete the following slides in your C1 presentation for Naturalism

●        Definitions (Your own & an official one

●        First impressions of 'Beautiful Thing'

●       Themes in 'Beautiful Thing' - Remember PEE Paragraphs

●       Research & Findings on 'Beautiful Thing' - (There is LOADS of stuff on Digital Theatre - link below)

All work on Google Classroom

Interviews & research in Digital Theatre Plus

(Search Beautiful Thing)

Login details on Google Classroom and links to interviews and resources are on the Google Classroom

Students' presentations are in their own google drive.

Interviews:

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-directing-nikolai-foster

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-design-colin-richmond

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-writing-jonathan-harvey

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-acting-jake-davies-and-danny-boy-hatchard

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/designers-process-and-practicalities

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/actors-preparing-and-playing

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/study-guides/beautiful-thing

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/s/naturalism

Directing - https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-directing-nikolai-foster#production-videos-chapter

Acting - https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-acting-jake-davies-and-danny-boy-hatchard

Design -

https://www.digitaltheatreplus.com/education/collections/digital-theatre/on-design-colin-richmond

Presentation documents are shared with staff to be marked live.

Work completed is coursework and worth 30% of their final grade

Feedback will be given on completion of Learning Aim A for Naturalism

Subject: Music

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Revision for Unit 1 Exam -

Exam Thursday 7th Jan 2021 - 9am

I am not going to tell you the best way to revise - everyone does it differently! BUT if you don't know where to start here are some ways that might work for you:

Revision cards - job role on one side - responsibilities on the other - quiz yourself or get someone to quiz you

Mind maps - information collate on to a mind map - connect together people that work together etc

Rereading and writing information - reading through stuff, writing up again, repeating until it sinks in

Practise questions and papers - complete and mark then move on to the next - look at the questions you get wrong each time, are they always the same

You have your notes from during lesson and there are lots of documents on the music classroom that can aid your revision:

AP1 Mark scheme - you all have your copies of your AP paper, you could use this to go through and correct answers you got wrong

AP1 Examiners report - this is the report that the lead marking person creates - it shows real examples and responses from the exam papers and talks about what students got right / common mistakes that were made

Unit 1 revision - document that has everything we have talked about and that you need to know! if you missed any lessons make sure to catch up from this document

Past Papers - a selection of past papers that you can use to look through to get familiar with the types of questions or have a go at - if you complete any and would like the mark scheme to mark them just drop me an email and I will get to you!

Collection of revision videos - Web page with a selection of revision videos and extra videos that may help your understanding of certain role

Any questions you have or topics you want to cover again before the exam - via classroom or email

Subject: Dance : Miss C Pilgrim

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Tuesdays work:

Dancers Case studies

Students are required to read the case studies of two professional dancers and answer  questions relating to interrelationships.

Fridays Tasks

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Students continue with C1 powerpoint, inserting a slide of roles and responsibilities for Dancer, Costume, Choreographer.  If

Extension work: Any catch up work needed on component 1 powerpoint for ‘Contemporary Dance’ Style.

All instructions on Google Classroom

Worksheet (case studies) on google classroom

Students' presentations are in their own google drive.

Presentation documents are shared with C. Pilgrim to be marked on progress.

Worksheet copied and completed  then shared with C.Pilgrim.

Feedback will be given at the start of the January term.

Subject: Art

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What do you need to submit to your teacher? How will you receive feedback on your work?

Over the break please can you aim to draw as many skulls, both human and animal, flowers and shells as possible.

All of this work will be mounted on your return in January.

You can use any media (pencil, fine liner, biro, coloured pencil etc) and draw on any scale but avoid making cartoon based drawings as everything needs to look real.

All of the images are available on the Google Classroom but can also use pinterest and Google to source your own.

All of your work will need to be submitted to your art teacher when you return in January.

It will be mounted and assessed in line with the GCSE specification and will complete your observation studies for your coursework unit.

Subject: Graphics

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If you haven't already started this you can start to collect images of CD/Vinyl album covers. You will need approximately 20 images.

See if any of the designers you have looked at have designed album covers and collect examples of them. If not, find information about a designer that has designed an album cover you like. You can find out who designed most album covers however it can take some time to research.

If you have completed this already you can start to create a range of design ideas for a possible album covers, just quick pencil sketches on plain white paper. Have a look at an album and see what information is in there for your own reference.

On Google classroom

Uploaded onto Google drive ready for printing and mounting when we return in the New Year. Once work has been mounted it will be assessed in line with the GCSE specification and will become part of your research for your coursework unit.

Subject: Photography

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Over the break you need to take at least 100 photographs for your double exposure coursework project.

These photographs can be landscape, architecture, natural form, sunsets and clouds, people, glass objects or anything that you wish to double expose into your portraiture images.

All images need to be saved on your Google Drive so that you can download them in January.

If you have not completed your photographers research please get this finished asap.

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All of your images need to be printed as a contact sheet when you return in January. They will be marked in line with the assessment objectives on your coursework mark sheet.

Subject: BTEC Sport

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Students should be revising for their component 2 exam which is in February. Students have access to past exam papers, revision materials on all three learning aims and should be utilising this time to focus on areas of improvement based on their mock exam.

Students will find revision material in their textbooks, revision guides and personalised worksheets for each learning aim can be found on the google classroom.

Students have their actual BTEC exam in February, so it is essential they are revising as this counts for 33% of the course. There will be a further mock exam in January.

 

Subject: Child Development

What work do you need to do?

Where will you find the work?

What do you need to submit to your teacher? How will you receive feedback on your work?

Students will need to continue with completing Component 2 learning aim A. Acting on feedback from previously marked work.

Access to teachers for support via google classroom, emails and live lessons.

Work to be emailed to the teacher by 3pm Thursday 17th.

All students' work will be on their google drive where they have been completing and saving their work.

Work templates, powerpoints and support documents are all available on google classroom (date 5th NOV).

Students also have hard copies of the resources above at home.

Final hand in of component 2 LAA to be emailed by Thursday 17th dec 3pm.

Email has been sent to parents to support the hand in date.

Friday 18th: follow up to parents if any work is not submitted.

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