Complete the painting started in class today. Remember to use Black for tone, white for tints and primary colours only.
Homework Assigments for Year 7
complete expo 1B booklet, p. 13-19
Prepare PowerPoint introducing themselves and their family for to present in class for speaking assessment. NB. Must include: 1. Description of themselves 2. Whether they have brother or sisters 3. Whether they have a pet 4. A description of one member of their family
Copy Artist work from page 16 onto page 17 of your sketchbook use wet or dry medium (paints or colouring pencils).
Find a colourful sunset image from the internet book or a magazine and draw or paint it onto page 17. Make a list of all the colours that you can actually see. Use Key Words. Remember to practice the colour mixing learned in class today.
Homework Objective: This is an ICT homework
Describe the story of events from the perspective of either: Jesus, God, Lucifer, or one of God’s angels.
(Engage in personal research to help develop your perspective). Your description will be shared with the class and should be described through a;
– Poem (a rhyme or verses that do not rhyme)
– Monologue (speech)
Remember the judges address today in class “Ladies and gentlemen, you have heard the addresses of the prosecution and defence. I now intend to explain the law to you with respect to the offence charged and draw your attention to the evidence relating to the elements of that offence.
It is most important that you understand that the burden on the prosecution is to prove each element of the offence beyond reasonable doubt. If you have a reasonable doubt about any element of the offence, you must return a verdict of not guilty.
For a person to commit high treason against God, he or she must have demonstrated disloyalty and rejection of God’s love for them. For you to find the accused guilty, you must be satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that this was the case.
If you are satisfied those elements are proved, you must then consider whether any of the following aggravating factors were present.
Firstly, the prosecution contended that the accused had feelings of jealousy toward God’s son Jesus. The defence did not debate this, but instead offered it as proof of Lucifers right to higher standing in Heaven. As a matter of law, I direct you that jealousy on its own is a sin against God and if spread would ruin the spirit upon which heaven exists. This admission should not be treated lightly.
Secondly, in the final comments of the defence, it was admitted that Lucifer has divided the angels into those for and against God’s leadership. If God is to remain ruler of the Kingdom of Heaven, this division in the ranks cannot go on.
Thirdly, it is true, nothing like this has ever happened before. There is no precedence on which to base your deliberations or decision. But, remember, this case will establish precedence for eternity. You are setting the stage for the future. Your decision today will be relied upon into and beyond the foreseeable future.
You must weigh up the conflicting evidence presented by the witnesses and bring down a verdict of guilty or not guilty based solely on the evidence presented at this trial, as well as the legal principles I have explained.
I must warn you that when it comes to returning your verdict, you will be asked, in relation to Lucifer, whether you find him guilty or not guilty as charged.
I will now ask you to retire to reach a verdict”.
Produce an ICT study about a Vincent Van Gogh sunset painting and stick onto page 16. Note the name of the artist; title the work. Describe the work in detail.
Produce a Christmas design on an A3 sheet of paper
Complete the sentence and put into a 100 word paragraph. “I think it is important to challenge stereotypes because…”
Complete p.13 of expo 1 workbook