Home Learning - Sun 12/1

Home Study for Primary and Secondary students

Please find detailed below the work that has been set by staff for pupils to do on Sunday 12th January: -

PRIMARY: 

Year 3        Year 4

Year 5        Year 6

SECONDARY: 

MATHS: 

Year 7 and 8:
Students will be beginning Geometry this week. The objectives are below to allow students to complete flipped learning on different topics within Geometry. Students are to use the website to watch videos, complete questions and mark their answers. They are to use the code next to the objective: Example: fpsmaths.com/lo/F4.9B

Objectives

Year 9 and 10: Students will be beginning Geometry this week. The objectives are below to allow students to complete flipped learning on different topics within Geometry. Students are to use the website to watch videos, complete questions and mark their answers. They are to use the code next to the objective: Example: fpsmaths.com/lo/F4.9B

Objectives 

Year 11
: Students are to complete a past paper in preparation for their final assessment. A video is also available for student guidance on this paper. The official mark scheme is available for students to mark the paper after completion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxsmSEdl7Ho

Test paper
Answers 
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Maths (Mr Retter): 

Year 12: 
Period 4: Year 12 Further Maths, todays M1 mock will be postponed to Tuesday so use this time to revise and prepare for it. 

Period 6: Year 12 Maths, go over and recap the topics covered in S1 so far using the online text book on Active Learn.

Year 13

Period 1: Year 13 Math, use the 5 mock papers done to revise for the P3 exam next Wednesday. 

Period 3: Year 13 Further Maths, complete the mixed exercise for chapter 5 in FP2 then revise for an M2 mock tomorrow.
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Maths (Ms Gore): 

Year 12:
To revise over Arithmetic Sequences and sum of series from GCSE.
Worksheet with answers 

Video tutorials:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlPHnGbKi9w&list=PLEn_kwprG0M1Y0ki5CJ4uG1PYt3vZVy3Z&index=39

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zARjqCYjFvw&list=PLEn_kwprG0M1Y0ki5CJ4uG1PYt3vZVy3Z&index=40

Year 13:
To complete “Miss Gore’s revision pack’ it is saved in the Microsoft teams folder with answers

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ENGLISH:

Year 7: 
Students should complete a storyboard based on the play of Macbeth. Students should also complete tasks assigned to them on literacy planet. QR code 

Year 8: 
Students should complete a storyboard based on the play of Much Ado about Nothing. Students should also complete tasks assigned to them on literacy planet. QR code

Year 9: 
Students should complete the reading and comprehension questions for the booklet related to Of Mice and Men context. 
Booklet
Answer sheet 

Year 10:
Research the poem Blessing and create one page of notes analysis on the poem https://owlcation.com/humanities/Analysis-of-Poem-Blessing-by-Imtiaz-Dharker.  Use link and summarize into more concise note form.

Year 11: 
Coursework submissions should be updated and complied into final draft formats and printed where possible.

Year 12:
2 resources to our TEAMS page (x14 SPaG info sheets and a student record sheet). Students are to read through the SPAG information and record their learning/complete tasks on the student record sheet. This was started in lesson on Thursday and the expectation is that it is completed tomorrow, ready to be submitted Monday morning.

Year 13:
Complete the activities on the powerpoint 

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ENGLISH LITERATURE: 

Y13 LIT P1&2 – Use DigitalTheatrePlus to watch the David Tenant version of Hamlet. Then https://www.bl.uk/shakespeare to access any journals, articles or background studies students feel drawn to. Please make notes on at least three. For guidance, I suggest starting with https://www.bl.uk/shakespeare/articles/hamlet-looking-backwards or https://www.bl.uk/shakespeare/articles/hamlet-and-revenge

Y12 LIT P6 – finish watching 'Death of a Salesman' (YouTube or Web) OR read Act One if you have managed to acquire a copy. It may be available free online. Continue to make notes on the characters and then create a list of emerging themes. Make sure each of these is supported by quotations or evidence from the staging, set and directions in the text.

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ECONOMICS (Mr Hutchins): 

L1 and L2 – 13 Economics – Group A
Last lesson students studied 4.4.1 – Role of financial markets and began research on 4.4.2 – Market Failure in the financial market. Students are to finish their research on the following types of market failure using Econ Plus Dal’s video on the types of financial market failure and notes from physicsandmathstutor.com

  • Asymmetric information - Cooper
  • Externalities - Maaz
  • Moral Hazard - Tasneem
  • Speculation and market bubbles – Harry
  • Market rigging – Numan

Students are also to watch the following videos from the Explained series on Netflix: 

  • Why women are paid less.
  • The stock market.
  • The racial wealth gap.

L3 – 13 Business – Group B

Students are to continue to carry out research for the Paper 3 pre-released research task on the Entertainment industry in the UK.

L4 – 12 Business

Students to read chapter 35 on Liquidity, make notes and carry out the tasks within the chapter.

L6 – 13 Business – Group D

Students are to continue to carry out research for the Paper 3 pre-released research task on the Entertainment industry in the UK.

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BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS (Ms Tostevin): 

Year 10 Business Studies 

Year 10 Economics 

Year 11 Economics: 
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Summary 

Year 12 Business 

Year 12 Economics 

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BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS (Ms Donaghy):

Year 10 Economics 

Year 11 Business Studies 

Year 12 Business - see work set on Teams 

Year 13  Economics - see work set on Teams 

Year 13 Btec - see work set on Teams 

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BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE (Ms Rush): 
Year 12 AS Business 
Year 12 Enterprise 

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PE: 

Years 10 and 11
Complete the Information Processing Model document 

Year 12 
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SCIENCE: 

Year 10 
Complete Waves ' Maths in Science' questions 

Year 11
Complete Static Electricity Questions 

Year 12 Biology

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ART: 

Year 10 
Create an observational study of an object associated with ‘Journeys’. This will support both class work and IL tasks created for the project so far. Remember, observational studies created from self-taken photography will ultimately be worth more marks than from internet images! Any media may be used and size is also of your choosing.

Year 11
Develop and complete the evaluation for Component 1 and the Mock Examination started in lesson; conceptualization and preparation, examination and reflection/evaluation of final outcome. Be honest, truthful, reflective and relevant to the individualized project completed.

Year 12
Sketchbook development: ensure all tasks are completed to the highest standard possible, presented in the sketchbook effectively and annotated thoroughly. Follow guidance on all of these elements from post-its in the book, feedback/mark sheets and verbal feedback previously given.

Year 13
Write an evaluation of your experience of the Mock Examination; conceptualization and preparation, examination and reflection/evaluation of final outcome. Be honest, truthful, reflective and relevant to the individualized project completed.

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GCSE FOOD PREPARATION AND NUTRITION 

NEA2: Students to research and decide on 3 final dishes for their cooking assessment. Please email choices and recipes to Mrs Foulkes. Recipes to be in grams/ml not cups. Once confirmed students to begin their timeplan. 

GCSE DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY:
Students have been emailed and the work for them to complete is on Teams 

KS5 PRODUCT DESIGN: 

Students have been emailed and the work for them to complete is on Teams 
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ARABIC: 

Year 11 Arabic A

الحادي عشر: يكتب الطالب (سيرة ذاتية عن ذكريات طفولته) ويسترشد بسيرة يوم العيد للشيخ سلطان القاسمي

Students will write Biography about their childhood .And guided by the biography of the Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi

Year 11 Arabic B GCSE

Students need to translate this document and answer in Arabic .

 


Year 13 - Arabic A

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FRENCH: 
Year 10
Year 11
Year 12  Intouchables: Students write a paragraph using PEA (Point Evidence Analysis) 
Year 13  Students to answer questions Chapter 30 to 35

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SPANISH: 
Year 11

Year 12 and 13 
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DRAMA: 
GCSE Year 10 

A Level - Year 12 

A Level - Year 13 
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GEOGRAPHY:
Year 10 

Year 11: 
Online reading and videos: 

http://www.geography.learnontheinternet.co.uk/topics/empstruct.html

https://ourworldindata.org/employment-in-agriculture 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rOnDyhEyQI 

Year 12:  

Access two PPT's in Teams and read through the materials in both carefully. Make sure you have notes on all the materials.  

https://teams.microsoft.com/_#/school/files/General?threadId=19%3A25a36b1ea78d41cb874e8a9b41a61e10%40thread.skype&ctx=channel&context=Coastal%2520Management 

Secondly, complete the questions in the textbook on page 142 - YOUR TURN SECTION. Q.S 1-5 

Thirdly, read pages 144-146 on the Case Study of the Holderness Coast.

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HISTORY: 

Miss Lake Year 12 - Hitler's Appointment as Chancellor 

Continue with Schleicher on your profiles and complete the tasks highlighted in red on the last slide.

Mr Rodden Year 12 - Structure of Government task. See Teams for details,

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COMPUTING: 

Year 12: 
To continue to read the chapter on system and utility software in the coursebook. Students are reminded they have a mock exam on the 27th of this month and they are to spend at least the time missed plus one hour on revision and note taking. If the students have any issues they are able to contact me on teams.

Year 13
To continue with their Python Workbook exercises. Two/three challenges should be completed in the lesson time that would have been 5a - 1 hour. Students should add those they have completed to Teams as usual and their progress sheets should be updated.

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MEDIA:

Year 12