Please learn the alphabet from the link above.
Do ex. 9/9 in writing and learn how to spell your first name and your family name in French.
Revise the school opbjects and the words in the first lesson for the test pp 4-9.
Sketch Badminton Court, label all the lines and include measurements in Metres.
Look up all the unknown words in the text on page 20. Finish ex. 2b/21 and translate the sentences into English.
Go to the PET list of words
Learn the meaning, pronunciation and the spelling of words starting with “A”
Do the tasks that you did not finish in class at home.
Rewrite the definitions that you did not write correctly in the test.
Answer the questions from ex. 4/19 in writing.
Ex 5/19(write about a friend of yours).
Learn what we did in class for the test.
Choose a quote/motto that you really like and display it on your notebook, along with a photo of yourself. Write a short essay, “Why this quote is my motto this year”
A2: 100 words
B1: 150 words
B2: 200 words
C1: 300 words
You will be assessed with the following criteria:
-Presentation of the photo and the quote (1-5)
-All writing criteria relevant to your target level
If you need some help on what to include:
-Say why this quote means so much to you
-Compare it with other quotes
-Give an illustration that proves that this quote is significant
Read about the ‘History of Cubism. Write a 4 page essay. Consider the following answers for each question.
How did Cubism start? Where did Cubism start? Which two artists started the Cubism movement in painting? Who invented (coined the phrase)the term Cubism? What are the main elements in Cubist Painting? What are the main characteristics of a Cubist work of art?
Who were the other early Cubist artists; where were they from and how did their work differ?
Watch this video before you begin.
Ex. 13 and 14 page 15
Look up the words from the text on page 16 in the online dictionary that you find here:
Learn everything we did so far (words from the texts we translated, numbers, dates and time)
Answer in writing the questions from ex. 4/117 in order to prepare yourselves for the speaking exercise (4/117).
Do the writing ex. 5/117 (write between 100-120 words)
Learn everything we did so far (including how the past perfect is formed and the verbs which are used with ETRE in the perfect and the past perfect-see the links below). If you really want to practise do the exercises on bitesize as well)