Your Hw for Tuesday is ex. 3/52 (copy, do and translate); look up the words in the text on page 53 and write them down in your notebook along with their translation, do ex. 6a/53.
Learn the vocabulary on page 52 and in the text on page 53 for the test.
Please check your books and where you find IW (incomplete work) please add the translation of the French words if you want a full grade for classwork.
Your HW for Friday is to look up the words in ex. 6 adn write them down in your notebooks in order to be able to do ex. 6a and 6b.Answer in writing the questions from ex. 7 and be ready for a vocabulary test from pages 52-53.
Research an interesting image of a steam train with a dramatic sky and landscape scenery and copy it.
• Image must be printed in colour
• Image must be copied in colour
• Any wet or dry medium can be used i.e., pencils or paint.
• The image must be copied accurately.
Year 10 END OF Year Mocks NON-Calculator Topics
- Finding gradient between two points
- Forming the equation of a line
- Forming Simultaneous Equation
- Forming Expression
- Box Plots
- Expressing numbers as a product of its prime factor
- Finding the L.C.M / H.C.F. of a set umber
- Laws of Indices
- Subject of the Formula
- Multiplying fractions
- Solving Simultaneous Equation
- Cumulative Frequency
- Estimating median from cumulative frequency curve
- Q..R. – Inter- quartile Range
- Converting decimal to a fraction
- Converting a percentage to a fraction
- Converting a recurring decimal to a fraction
- Expanding brackets
- Factorising an expression
- Simplifying an algebraic fraction
- Calculating missing angles
- Vertically opposite angles
- Reading values from a quadratic graph
- Factorising Quadratics
- Solving Quadratics
- Completing the square
- Simplifying an expression
- Averages from Frequency
- Identifying modal class,
- Finding where the median lies
- Finding estimated mean
- Finding number of sides of a polygon
- Finding missing angles in a polygom
- Sharing an amount into a given ratio
- Pythagoras theorm
- Solving equations with unknown on both sides
- Solving quadratcs
- Facorisig by grouping
- Subject f formula
- Drawing box plot
- STEM and leaf diagram
- Better buy questions
- Using Cosine rule to find missing lengths
- Finding the size of a missing angle in a pentagon
Today in class we conjugated the verb JOUER (to play) in Presetn Simple.
This is what you all should have in your notebooks before doing your HW:
Je joue-I play
Tu joues-You (singular) play
Il/Elle/On joue-He/She/we play
Nous jouons-We play
Vous jouez-You(plural) play
Ils/Elles jouent- They play
Following the model of the verb JOUER done in class you have to conjugate at home the verbs: téléphoner, ranger and écouter.
Make sure you have ex. 4, 9 and 10 in your notebook on Thursday. In order to have a full mark, you need to have the exercises done and the sentences copied and translated.
For ex. 9 the letter also has to be copied and transalted in your book.
Learn the present tense endings (-e,-es,-e,-ons, -ez, -ent) by heart for the test.Here are 2 links to help you understand better the Presetn Simple of the verbs ending in -ER:
Contemporary Bedroom photo-montage
Create an imaginary bedroom include people i.e, a famous biblical character, family, friend or celebrity enjoying the space. Elements of your own bedroom should be used to form the template. An array of objects that speak the year 2017 should be included so we know this room is contemporary (of our time).
The image must be completed on the computer using any graphic program i.e., Paint.net, Photoshop. Microsoft Word (right click to see picture tools) etc.
1. White tints/shapes within the frame must be pure white or a bright light colour.
2. Dark tones/shapes must be pure black or very deep grey.
3. Images must be pasted into the frame neatly.
4. Images must make sense within the room in terms of perspective.
5. Images must also make sense within the room in terms of colour, tone and size.
Enjoy. Surprise rewards for the three best images completed by 22nd February.
Write a short essay describing ONE of the Biblical events below in graphic detail as though you had actually been present – each has a reference alongside to show you where to find it in the Bible.
Imagine being ONE OF THE PEOPLE mentioned in the Gospel account – such as Mary or one of the Apostles. Or INVENT A CHARACTER such as a bridesmaid at the wedding at Cana, or a relative of the blind man healed by Christ.
Note that some incidents are mentioned in more than one of the four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. You may like to look up other references too.
It will make sense to cross reference (read about the same event from different sources/books/authors) the event: what happened just before, and what happened afterwards could also make you essay more interesting. You may even think about publishing your story even if you don’t win! I will set an illustration competition to reflect you essay visually in summer term 1 for your art homework.
Your essay should use Ariel font, size 12 and must be your own unaided work.
Year 7 must write 1-2 A4 sheets
Year 8 must write 2-3 A4 sheets
Year 9 must write 2-4 A4 sheets
Here are the events from which you must choose:
• Angels announce the birth of Christ (Luke 2:4-20)
• The wedding at Cana (John 2: 1-11)
• Christ heals a blind man (Luke 18:35-43)
• Christ calms the storm at sea (Mark 4: 35-41)
• Christ is crucified (Matthew 27: 27-54)
• The Resurrection (Mark 16: 2-18)
Read – The Life of Jesus
Jesus lived and walked on earth for about 33 years in the 1st century AD. For most of his life he worked, as a carpenter, in the town of Nazareth, a busy place in northern Israel. It was only in the final three years of his life that he took to the road as a teacher, prophet and healer, attracting both followers, enemies. The ordinary people, also gathered round in large numbers to listen to his words and seek his healing powers.
Jesus raised questions as soon as he appeared on the public stage, back in the first century: Who is he? Where does he come from? How can he speak with such authority? These questions and many more have continued over the past 2,000 years and have been asked by believers, non-believers, the curious (interested), and by challengers (opponents) of the Christian faith.
No one man has been more influential (persuasive, significant) across the world than Jesus and it is not surprising that people will have an image (picture) of him, which connects (links) to who they are on cultural (traditional) level. For some he is a great teacher whose stories transform (change) lives. Jesus may be the prophet (revealer of Gods truth), who challenges how people live and treat each other in society (social groups). He could be the healer who brings everlasting life and peace as the Son of God, the one who suffered for our sins. Whatever, our personal interpretation (understanding) is about Jesus he has undoubtedly (certainly) made us think.
For a Christian, Jesus is more than just a man who did good things. He is the Son of God who came to show us what God is like and through his death and resurrection (reappearance after he died); he draws us back to God.
Classwork to be completed for Homework
Your task is to:
1. Research the history of three very different images of Jesus. There are some very useful websites. Do not copy and paste information that is not your own words. Click on the link for research page: http://www.rejesus.co.uk/site/module/faces_of_jesus/
2. Create your own image of Jesus and explain why you have pictured him in this way.
Be prepared! Do your research; make sure all the writing is in your own words.
Write or type your research with correct punctuation, spelling and grammar.
Pictures that you have inserted in your booklet about Jesus must be a good quality. When writing about each image:
a. Describe what you can see in the picture.
b. Describe the way the artist portrayed Jesus, His features, clothing, facial expression, the background objects within the frame etc.
c. Explain whether the image fits your personal image of Jesus and why.
d. State who might also picture Jesus in this way other than the artist, and say why you think they see Jesus this way.
e. You can use coloured paper to print your booklet in art club.
Finally, on the last page of your booklet:
a) Create your own image. Draw it or paint it on paper, cloth, plastic, cling film, kitchen foil.
b) Your image should say lots about how you think about Jesus and what you think about Jesus in terms of his appearance.
c) Your booklet should be no larger than size A4.
Remember, to take pride in the way that you present your work. Meet the deadlines due on 23rd February 2018. Have fun and do your very best!
See my email for picture examples. Surprise rewards for the three best booklets completed by 23nd February.
Design six barometers. Put a heading on each Barometer. Each heading will reflect an area in your life, which impacts on your faith in God in a positive or negative way (e.g. school, home, sport, friends, church, etc.). Be very specific about each area, give details, indicate with the barometer stick to what extent each heading impacts your faith.
Be really honest.