Year 8 Work Set for Week Beginning Monday 13th July 2020 to Friday 17th July 2020

 

SUBJECT: READING

https://padlet.com/nraven1/hx4hag3k4agu  

 

SUBJECT: MATHS

 

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

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: percentages

-        Finding a percentage of an amount

-        Percentages increase and decreases

-        Percentage change

Task 3 – exam style questions using BIDMAS

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 3 – exam style questions linked to Google classroom

Extra help available:

Mathswatch:

Percetnages: N24a, N24b, N39a and b

Piximaths

BIDMAS

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

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 exam questions linked to Google classroom under heading of task 3 and submit through Google classroom and again will be marked and feedback given

All three tasks to be completed by the end of Friday 17th 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 on each lesson)

When did dinosaurs live?

Dinosaur fact files

Open the documents found via these links. These are the instruction sheets you need for the two lessons this week.  Follow the instructions on each sheet over the following week:

Geology lesson 13

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JNgYY29ypJ5T65mo7dcEPk29xaxi_8GK/view?usp=sharing

Geology lesson 14

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BKKpB03BTp3rjuKnuN59IdqWyeqd1Kht/view?usp=sharing

You will receive a link to a google hangout for your science class for asking questions about the work.

Check individual google classrooms for details.

8 YouYou – Miss Hunter 17th July

8 Yamanaka – Mr Dunn 17th July

8 Berners – Mr Chapman

8 Hawking – Mr Brainwood

8 Attenborough - Miss Jepson

Your recap starter is on this google form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc0VMiIuTL_ZcFc9uhOw5WSv0j9fA7ROLcyyQTFWJgtReYYxw/viewform?usp=sf_link

Take a photo of your completed work from each lesson (see instruction sheets for details) and hand in to google classroom. If work is submitted on time, then teachers will provide a brief feedback comment.

Please take a moment to complete a brief course evaluation to help us improve your learning, follow this link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSetEIYyJOw4MtU-XD-fzS3r3bjH1-QnjNVXk3pKGhU4ngWlGg/viewform?usp=sf_link

Friday 17th 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 at least 25 minutes every day. Once you have completed a book, finish a quiz on the AR website.

Complete episode 12.  Work through the activities on the PowerPoint.  Think through any discussion points.

In your Google classroom your teacher will share:

-An electronic copy of The Hunger Games

-A PowerPoint with all tasks on

-A pre-recorded lesson with Mrs Tudor speaking through the tasks on the PowerPoint to help your understanding.

Link to AR quiz: https://ukhosted60.renlearn.co.uk/1893671/

Possible outcomes: character analysis, essay plan, responses to comprehension questions.

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.

17th July

 

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

Grammar recap: word order

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 – Tuesday 3pm

Completion of quizzes on BBC Bitesize and The Language Gym, Google quiz to check understanding of key terms

Friday 17th July

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBJECT: COMPUTER 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

1 hour

To explain what a selection sort is and create a worked example

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

The answers will be shared the following week.

Students can email and comment on the stream in the classroom

17th July 2020

 

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

1 hour

Geographical skills quiz

Students must answer questions on a skills related quiz that will be posted to the google classroom.

Task: Follow the PowerPoint presentation, complete research and answer the questions. 

Resources will be added to google classroom, these include:

Written instructions + Brief for assignment.

Google Quiz: Geographical Skills

- Quiz scores on google classroom. 

- Individual feedback from your teacher.

Friday 17th July

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBJECT: PERFORMING ARTS (MUSIC, DANCE AND 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 per subject

Drama, Dance and Music: how has your life been affected by lockdown? How do you want to express yourself to show the future generations what life was like with COVID-19? 

All information is available on the Performing arts google classroom. Pupils should create a response to COVID 19 and their life in lockdown to contribute to the Life in Lockdown Project. 

The work produced is your own creative interpretation and therefore there is no right and wrong! We are really looking forward to seeing what you come up with! 

17th July

 

SUBJECT: PE

 

  • 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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