Homework Assigments

11978

Search online for an interesting drawing. In the search engine type – still-life equilibrium drawing.

Under a subheading;
About the work
Write a paragraph describing the work.

Under a subheading;
About the artist
Write a paragraph about the artist i.e., when they were born, their nationality and anything interesting about them and/or how they work.

Under a subheading;
Personal connection
Write about how you feel personally about this drawing.

11976

Drawing to create form.
1. Draw an object on a table.
2. Use drawing devices (plains, shape and symmetry) to make sure that your outline is correct.
3. Check the negative and positive shapes within and without your object.
4. Add tone reflect the exact qualities of light, shade and shadow as shown in class.

11973

Separate homework set according to area of sketchbook development.
Secondary observations to be completed. Choose three pages from those listed below.
Remember to roughly annotate each page in pencil first noting all of your thoughts about the drawing and how it might work in terms of metamorphosis, the medium used and if you might use this for your final piece and finally the further development what will you do next?
Carlos 7 and 13 are now completed. Choose three of these pages for this week’s homework – 19, 24, 25, 27 and 28.
Carl 7, 20, and 21 are now completed. Choose three of these pages for this week’s homework – 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Sam pages 8, 17, 18 are now completed. Choose three of these pages for this week’s homework – 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23.

11971

Research your favourite definition of ‘faith’ and explain your choice.
Read Appendix E and discuss the various perspectives on faith with your peers. Write your own personal definition as a half page or full page essay.

(Searching for definitions is a bit like searching for faith when you think about it).

11968

Search online for an interesting drawing. In the search engine type – still-life equilibrium drawing.

Under a subheading;
About the work
Write a paragraph describing the work

Under a subheading;
About the artist
Write a paragraph about the artist i.e., when they were born, their nationality and anything interesting about them and/or how they work.

Under a subheading;
Personal connection
Write about how you feel personally about this drawing.

11965

Good morning,

The homework is to complete the CPU questions given in class if not already done so. Furthermore you need to go through your exercise books and go through all the suggestions I have given.

CPU tasks

Regards,
Ms. Brewster

11963

Good morning year 8,

All students need to make sure to go through my suggestions written in the exercise books.

The following pupils are exempted from homework: Philip, Lincoln, Judah, Jeremiah, T’oluwani and Tobi.

The homework:

Create your own user interface

  • Choose a desired, but fitting user interface for an existing or newly found device
  • Design a paper plan of how your interface will look like and work.
  • Have a clear target audience in mind
  • Research which hardware as well as software you can apply for your device
  • Make sure you evaluate both strengths and weaknesses of your interface

Regards,

Ms. Brewster

11960

Good morning,

Your homework is to complete the exercises 1.11 until 1.18. The following pupils also have to complete 1.19:

Bradley. Marcos, Danielle, Daniel and Andrew.

Homework year 9

Regards,

Ms. Brewster

11957

Good morning

Your homework is to complete the excel sheet I have emailed you yesterday and find out who killed Mr. burns.

RESOURCE – Who Shot Mr Burns – Excel 2007 Version

Regards,

Solandra

11955

Good morning (GCSE Computer Science only),

Your homework is to complete the python club class. Be mindful we have made a few mistakes with the last program. Please TRY debugging the program yourself. This means that no one will copy Viet his work. There are many ways of solving the problem, so no one should have the same answers. This is about practicing your skills to become an independent programmer. A skill you will need to complete your controlled assessment.

Remember to use computational thinking to break down the problem into smaller steps. Show evidence in your exercise books of applying computational thinking as well as solving the problem.

Exercise Area of a Field

Create a program that reads the length and width of a farmer’s field from the user in feet. Display the area of the field in acres. Hint: There are 43,560 square feet in an acre.

Exercise Area of a Room

Write a program that asks the user to enter the width and length of a room. Once the values have been read, your program should compute and display the area of the room. The length and the width will be entered as floating point numbers. Include units in your prompt and output message; either feet or meters, depending on which unit you are more comfortable working with.

Exercise Bottle Deposits

In many jurisdictions a small deposit is added to drink containers to encourage people to recycle them. In one particular jurisdiction, drink containers holding one liter or less have a $0.10 deposit, and drink containers holding more than one liter have a $0.25 deposit. Write a program that reads the number of containers of each size from the user. Your program should continue by computing and displaying the refund that will be received for returning those containers. Format the output so that it includes a dollar sign and always displays exactly two decimal places

Exercise Tax and Tip

The program that you create for this exercise will begin by reading the cost of a meal ordered at a restaurant from the user. Then your program will compute the tax and tip for the meal. Use your local tax rate when computing the amount of tax owing. Compute the tip as 18 percent of the meal amount (without the tax). The output from your program should include the tax amount, the tip amount, and the grand total for the meal including both the tax and the tip. Format the output so that all the values are displayed using two decimal places.

Regards,

Ms. Brewster