Homework Assigments for Year 11

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Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 25 / 04 / 2018
Date Due: 08 / 05 / 2018
Instructions:

REVISION TOPICS GCSE MATHEMATICS

In order to secure a Good Pass in Foundation Maths, students must know these topics well. Remember to show ALL Working where appropriate.

  Numbers

  • HCF and LCM
  • Laws of indices
  • Rounding
  • BIDMAS
  • Standard Form
  • Laws of indices
  • Rounding and estimating
  • Bounds

ALGEBRA

  • Expand and  Factorise  quadratics
  • Rearrange formulae
  • Linear simultaneous equations
  • Graphical inequalities
  • Nth term
  • Sketching linear graphs
  • Solving linear equations
  • Solving linear inequalities
  • Substituting

Shape, Space and Measure

  • Angles in parallel lines and polygons
  • Loci and Construction
  • Transformations
  • Pythagoras Theorem
  • SOH CAH TOA
  • Area and perimeter of sectors
  • Volume and surface area of cones and spheres
  • Length , area and volume similarity
  • Constructing triangles
  • Bearings
  • Transformations
  • Area and circumference of circles
  • Volume and surface area of prisms
  • Speed distance and time

Data Handling

  • Averages problems
    • Scatter graphs
  • Sampling

PROBABILITY

  • Probability trees
  • Relative frequency

 

RATIO and Proportion

  • Proportion
  • Calculating with fractions
  • Percentages
  • Compound interest
  • Reverse Percentages
  • Dividing into a ratio
  • Recipes
  • Percentages of amounts
  • Increasing and decreasing percentages
  • Converting between Fractions , decimals and percentages

 

 

!! TEST !!

Teacher:
Date Set: 24 / 04 / 2018
Date Due: 08 / 05 / 2018
Instructions:

Year 11 GCSE Religious Studies Revision topics (Please note, if I have left off any topic we have covered, all the topics can be found in your core text as well as on the OCR website)

Christianity

  • The nature of God
  • Biblical Accounts of Creation
  • The account of creation in Genesis 1
  • The account of Creation in Genesis 2
  • The role of the Spirit in Creation
  • The role of the Word in Creation
  • Biblical account of the Fall
  • Different and divergent interpretations of the Genesis Creation story
  • The Bible as the Word of God
  • Liberal views of the Bible
  • The problem of  evil and suffering and a loving and righteous God
  • Attitudes towards the importance and purpose of marriage
  • Sacraments
  • The importance of the Eucharist
  • Baptism
  • Jesus Christ
  • Mission
  • The World Council of Churches
  • The mission of the Church
  • The meaning and significance of evangelism in the modern church
  • Ecumenicalism and the World Council of Churches
  • The persecuted Church
  • the work of Christian aid agencies
  • The role of the church in the wider world
  • The role of the church in the local community and living practices (infant baptism, Confirmation, dedication, Believer’s baptism)
  • Celebrations (Christmas and Easter)
  • Reasons for different Christian views on God’s relationship with the world and with humanity
  • The value and importance of arguments about the existence of God
  • The roles of men and women in a Christian family
  • Christian attitudes towards the religious upbringing of children
  • Christian teachings about divorce, annulment and remarriage
  • Violence and conflict
  • Peace and peacemaking
  • Forgiveness and reconciliation
  • Challenges for religion
  • Dialogue within and between religious groups
  • Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious groups
  • The role of religion in public life
  • The place of religion in a secular society
  • The rise of humanism
  • Potential clashes between religious and secular values in education
  • Christian attitudes to abortion, in vitro fertilisation and euthanasia
  • Challenges to God’s goodness
  • The  religious upbringing of children
  • Slavery
  • Christian responses to same-sex marriage
  • Christian responses to civil partnerships
  • Therole and importance of pilgrimage

 Islam:

  • Muhammad (his life, the revelation of the Qur’an and prophethood, Muhammad as the Seal of the Prophets)
  • Akhirah (Life after death): Heaven, hell, Martyrdom in Islam, Barzakh, The Day of Judgement, the impact of these teachings upon Muslims
  • Angels
  • Eschatological beliefs (different Islamic understandings of predestination and free will)
  • The nature of Allah
  • What Tawhid means for Muslims
  • Five roots of Usul ad-Din in Shi’a tradition of Islam
  • The six Articles of Faith in Sunni tradition
  • Belief in divine justice
  • Prophethood (Risalah)
  • Books and other sources of authority in Islam
  • The importance of practices
  • Public acts of worship (Shahadah, Salah, Wudu, Shi’a Prayer, Rak’ahs, Jumu’ah)
  • Private acts of worship : Du’a’ (Supplication), Prayer beads, Zakah, Sadaqah, Khums
  •  Sawm, exemptions from fasting, the benefits of fasting
  • Duties during Ramadan, Last ten days of Ramadan and the Night of Power, The end of Ramadan, Sawm in Islamic and non-Islamic countries
  • Hajj
  • Festivals and special days: Id-ul-Adha, Id-ul-Fitr, Id-ul-Ghadeer, Ashura, Celebrating Islamic festivals in non-Muslim countries
  • Jihad: Greater Jihad, Lesser Jihad

 

You will sit three (3) papers:

Christianity: Beliefs and teachings and practices   Time: 1 hour

Islam: Beliefs and teachings and practices   Time: 1 hour

Religion, Philosophy and Ethics in the modern world from a Christian perspective  Time:  2 hours

Remember: Manage your time in the exam room wisely. Attempt ALL the questions on the question paper.

Guide: 1 hour papers

3 mark questions

  • 3 clear points OR
  • depending on the question,  state a teaching and then show further development

6 mark questions

  • show a deep understanding of the issue and explore the significance to Christians/Muslims

15 mark questions =essay

  • Remember to use PEAL to help you construct an effective response to the statement given
  • Re-read the question. Ask yourself
  • “What did the question ask me to do?
  • Have I done what the question asked me to do?
  • Have I responded effectively to the question/statement?
  • Proofread

 

  • Explore the views of different Christians/Muslims
  • include passages from the Bible/Qur’an or other appropriate sources of authority for Christians/Muslims
  • Explore what these passages suggest/teach
  • Compare the different views
  • Come to some sort of judgement or conclusion to sum up the discussion

Guide: 2 hour paper

3 mark questions

  • 3 clear points OR
  • depending on the question,  state a teaching and then show further development

6 mark questions

  • show a deep understanding of the issue and explore the significance to Christians

Question 4 of this paper will examine the dialogue theme

  • your response must demonstrate an awareness of the fact the religious traditions in Great Britain are diverse, but mainly Christian

15 mark questions =essay

  • Identify the key words in the statement.
  • Ask yourself questions that will help you understand the given statement.
  • Use brainstorming to identify key arguments that you can use to respond effectively to the statement.
  • Use brainstorming (no more than a total of 5 minutes should be spent planning/outlining your arguments
  • Where relevant, include current events that can be used to support or oppose various views on the issue.
  • Remember that this is from a Christian perspective, so you MUST explore how different Christian groups or individual Christians might respond to the issue and why…
  •  Include passages from the Bible and/or other appropriate sources of authority for Christians
  • Explore what these passages suggest/teach
  • Compare different views on the issue
  • Come to some sort of judgement or conclusion to sum up the discussion
  • Remember to use PEAL to help you construct an effective response to the statement given
  • Re-read the question. Ask yourself
  • “What did the question ask me to do?
  • Have I done what the question asked me to do?
  • Have I responded effectively to the question/statement?
  • Proofread

Remember to use the Revision Guides that you were given in both Year 10 and Year 11 to help you prepare for your exams.

Go… Study…Practise…Revise

AND

YOU WILL BE AMAZING!

God Speed and God Bless!

 

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 23 / 04 / 2018
Date Due: 27 / 04 / 2018
Instructions:

Read the information on pages 114-115 and answer the questions below. N.B. All responses must be based on the information on pages 114-115.

 

  1. From what are the angels made? (2 marks)
  2. Do angels have free will? ( 1 mark)
  3. Explain why angels do or do not have free will. ( 2 marks)
  4. Write the name of the angel responsible for each of the following. You may write each angel’s name more than once.
Angel Duty
Takes obedient believers to Paradise
The guardian of heaven
Brings news of punishment for unbelief
Brought God’s message to Muhammad
Will blow the trumpet to announce the Day of Resurrection
The angel of death
Responsible for ending each person’s life by taking his/her final breath
Sends rain, lightning and thunder to earth at Allah’s command

 

  1. True or False     Which of the following do Muslims believe about angels?
  2. Angels have free will.
  3. All angels are made from fire.
  4. Angels record everything human beings do and say.
  5. On the Day of judgement, angels will welcome all those who have been obedient to Allah, into heaven.
  6. On the Day of judgement, angels will throw all those who have been disobedient into hell.
  7. Angels sometimes take human form to walk among men and learn what men are thinking.
  8. Angels sometimes take human form in order to do the will of Allah.
  9. Angels are immortal and have the same physical needs that men have.
  10. Angels are constantly able to serve Allah.
  11. Angels are completely free from sin because they praise Allah and are completely obedient to him.
  12. Honourable scribes are angels who are responsible for recording only the good or the bad deeds of human beings.
  13. If you commit evil actions while trying to do good, the angels record this as a good deed.
  14. If you plan an evil action, but do not carry it through, the angels record this as a good deed.
  15. If you plan an evil action, and carry it through, the angels record this as a single bad deed.
  16. Read the quotes from the Qur’an on page 115. Give three things you learn about Allah and his angels from each of the three quotes. ( 9 marks)
  17. It is right that deed in this life should affect our next life.’ Discuss this statement; include possible Islamic responses as well as your own supported opinion. (15 marks)

 

 

 

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 18 / 04 / 2018
Date Due: 24 / 04 / 2018
Instructions:

Good afternoon guys,

Make sure you look at the Facebook scandal and complete the following analysis on it. (Link to the article can be found in a previous email).

Analysis:

Regarding privacy?

Regarding laws and regulations?

Regarding data security?

Regarding ICT implications?

Regarding data visualization and data storage?

Online safety and behaviour?

Regards,

Ms. Brewster

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 23 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 26 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Write a letter to a friend who knows nothing about Islam. In your letter, tell your friend what Akhirah is and explain how it influences the lives of Muslims and their relationships with non-believers. You should ensure that you:

  • Analyse and evaluate common and divergent views within Islam
  • Refer to sources of wisdom and authority

Deadline Extended to April 24, 2018

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 10 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 13 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Good evening guys,

Please find your homework in your email.

Regards,

Ms. Brewster

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 01 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 05 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Explain why secularism is a challenge for some Christians.

You should refer to sources of wisdom and authority in your answer. [6]

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 22 / 02 / 2018
Date Due: 25 / 02 / 2018
Instructions:

Good afternoon year 11,

Make sure you do not forget to attend the last intervention class this Sunday starting at 10am.

Regards,

Ms. Brewster

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 06 / 02 / 2018
Date Due: 06 / 02 / 2018
Instructions:

 

Year 11 English

Persuasive Writing Skills

Write a paragraph to persuade the Head teacher to cancel all homework with immediate effect.  (10 marks)

OR

Write a paragraph to persuade the Head teacher to allow students to use mobile phones during break and lunch time.  (10 marks)

Due: Thursday 8th February

!! TEST !!

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 25 / 01 / 2018
Date Due: 30 / 01 / 2018
Instructions:

Good morning guys,

This is the work that needs to be completed by next week Tuesday. You will not have a traditional test. You will have to present your findings.

Choose a company: FIFA or Google

Research how Technological innovations have developed these companies overtime. The quality of your answers will be assessed.

Consider: How they use the internet, software, hardware and ICT services etc..

Be specific: Who, What, Where, How, When

Use the terms and definitions accordingly

Most importantly, provide an example

 

Prepare a presentation

Class asks questions/ Gives feedback

Class will grade work. Grade will go towards upcoming GPA

 

Revise your previous test with a green pen. Grade will go towards your GPA.

 

Regards,

Ms. Brewster