Year 9 Week 10

All Subjects Summary

Work resources are now located entirely on google classrooms, please ensure you have enrolled onto them and you are completing all work assigned.

For year 9 students we are now only expecting you to complete work for your chosen subject (The table below has now been updated to reflect the additional subjects)

Parents should have received a statement via email confirming GCSE choices. If you have not received it, a copy is also available under reports within the Sims Parent App or can also be obtained by contacting office@chase.worcs.sch.uk

If any of you are having difficulty completing work via google classroom please take a moment to watch this video:


 

Below you will find a brief summary of all the work that has been set for this week.

You will find that the work shared on here has been done on a subject level not day by day basis, this is partly because each student’s timetable is slightly different. You will also note that there are a variety of different tasks depending on the subject – for example art has extended pieces of work as they would have had in school, this can span across a number of weeks to ensure that the quality of work can remain high rather than rushing it into a ’50min’ time period. 

We are happy for students to organise themselves as best fits them; however we would recommend following their school timetable. This would enable students to be spend a reasonable amount of time to remain focussed on one subject, would allow them to organise themselves on a day to day basis, complete all the work and provide increased variety to the week. 

PLEASE LOOK OUT FOR THE INCREASED NUMBER OF ‘FACE-TO-FACE’ VIRTUAL LESSONS THAT WILL BE COMING FOR STUDENTS IN YEARS 8 AND 9 OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS

There is work for each of the lessons that students would have had at school, however, we would ask both guardians and students to consider wellbeing and although we would want the work to be completed to support their education when we return to school, please take time for other activities such as cooking, mindfulness etc and ensure exercise forms part of your everyday routine (Joe Wicks is leading a 9am workout every morning on the body coach you tube site.)

Although we feel that this school work is extremely important for all the students we also appreciate that their mental health is so important during these unknown times. We have recently sent an email to all students put together by the Mental Health Ambassadors, reminding students that there is information, advice and guidance on the Chase Care pages and useful numbers for organisations offering vital support such as Kooth.

 

If still experiencing technical difficulty please contact itsupport@chase.worcs.sch.uk

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Subject Google Classroom Code Activities (See classroom resources)

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9QJU CK/LC
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9RHA KT
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9RIA JS/GS
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9RJU CK/HY
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  • Complete activity on pg. 43 based on Act 5, Scene 4
  • Complete activity on pgs. 44-46 based on Act 5, Scene 5
  • Complete the summary activity on pgs. 47-48
  • Read pages 100- 115 in the back of the play book. Highlight and annotate as you go

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Individual Class Teachers for your code

Please see the individual classes for work 

All work is to be completed on MyMaths with deadlines set accordingly with ‘Online Homework’ completed to match the work. 

Topics include:

  1. Probability revision
  2. Listing outcomes
  3. Experimental probability
  4. Relative frequency
  5. Independent probability
  6. Making tree diagram

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Individual Class Teachers for your code

9QS1 – Organisation/Plant Transport, Chemistry of the Atmosphere and Energy

9QS2 – Organisation, Using resources and Energy

9QS3 – Earth’s Resources, Chemistry of the Atmosphere and Energy

9RS1 – Energy, Chemistry of the Atmosphere and Organisation plants

9RS2 – Organisation, Chemistry of the Atmosphere and Energy

9RS3 – Plant organisation, Chemistry of the Atmosphere and Organisation 2


You should have received an invite o a new Google Classroom Complete the work in the Renaissance medicine booklet on Thomas Sydenham and care and treatment.

Complete the continuity and change task to cover cause/treatment and prevention in Renaissance medicine


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Individual class codes – ccontact teachers if you do not know.

Globalisation and Development Topic 

‘Y9 Geography Globalisation and Development’ workbook. Read and complete tasks on pages 10-13 about: Changing UK – London Dockland’s


Mrs George-Plunkett

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Mrs Silvester

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New GCSE Topic – Social Justice 

Complete week 10 from the workbook:  Prejudice and Discrimination: Equality

Examine religious belief and teachings about the roles of men and women, gender equality, gender prejudice and gender discrimination.

Complete extension work if already completed the other work

 

TBA Revise Week 3 of module 5’s vocab list that you learnt before half term then complete the test in Google Quiz. Don’t use your book, see what you can remember.

 

Retrieval practice – what can you remember from week 9? Complete the starter quiz and see! Again, do this from memory.

 

Task 1 – Read the texts and then decide who likes each activity. Select either M for Mélanie, H for Hugo or MH for both of them.

 

Task 2 – Listen to the four dialogues and for each person select the 2 activities they like and the 2 that they don’t.

 

Task 3 – translate the six sentences into French. Start each one with a capital letter and end with a full stop.

 

Task 4 – Adapt the paragraph for yourself to say what you like/don’t like to do. Submit this in the Google Assignment.

 

TBA
  • Learn this week’s vocab Spanish. Week 3 in module 5.
  • Assignment Week 10: La vida sana Follow instructions in the assignment and learn the new vocabulary about healthy /unhealthy food. Do the reading and listening exercises in your books and the final form attached in the assignment.

 

TBA
  • Learn vocab sections G and H, months of the year and how to say first/ second etc.
  • Work through the exercises below, making notes in an exercise book.
  • Starter:
  • Page 14 – ex 1 Listen and repeat. What do you notice about the order? Is this the same as English?
  • Page 14 – ex 2 listening a-j. What order do you hear the numbers? If it helps write down what you hear as 2 separate numbers the think about the order and what you have to do.
  • Page 14 – ex 3 speaking. Point to the cars and say the numbers out loud.

Main:

  • Page 14 ex 4 listening. 1-12 Write out the months (in German to practice spelling them) in the order you hear them.
  • Page 14 ex 5 listening. 1-8 What is their birthday? Recognise the month and the date, write out in full in German to practice spelling them.
  • Page 14 ex 7 writing. Copy out the questions and answer them for both Maren and David – information needed is in the two boxes with the pictures.

Extension

  • If you can, print out the worksheet (Arbeitsblatt) 20-99 and complete to practice numbers. You can take a photo and upload to GC to show me your hard work.

Non-beginners:

  • Write a paragraph practising giving dates. You can give the names and ages of friends and family, and also give information about other key dates in your own life or when festivals like Halloween take place. Take care with your selection of ‘mein’. Type up in word or use a google doc and e-mail for feedback.

9QA – qappgkl

9QB – iz6ceaf

9QC – x3liv6t

9QD – fuswfcl

9RA – pzw3zis

9RB – pugk7g2

9RC – swoga2l

9RD – zbdkop4

Energy, generation , storage and choosing appropriate sources

Read through Chapter 1.3 in the PDF and complete the work on the worksheet


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Over the last few weeks you have been completing tasks on Corona Street Art. This is the final task but should take 6 hours to complete correctly! 

 

Task 3 – Use the information you found in task 1 and any other ideas you have come up with to design your own mural on the A3 blank Bowery wall provided for you. Apply colour carefully

preferably paint but use whatever materials are available to you. Consider scale of the design, don’t do anything too small and fiddly but then you need to make sure you have enough images

in your design to achieve impact. 

 

This should take minimum of 6 hours

Photography xnb2is3 PORTRAITURE.

These tasks should take a few weeks you should now have handed in Task one (deadline was 12th June) and should be completing task 2 (deadline 17th July.)

Follow the Task sheet that can be found on the classroom 

    • Watch video and make notes on taking better photographs
    • Using what you have learned from the video, take about 5 pictures showing your use of The Rule of Thirds.
  • Your second task is to change your face (or someone else) in 10 different ways. Whether you choose to use yourself and do self-portraits, or use a model, you need to stick to the same person on all 10 photographs.
iMedia You should have all now had a code if not please contact the teachers Please could ALL continue with their iDEA award.

Year 9 iMedia students

W/C – 8th/15th June: Please note this is a project to be completed over a few weeks. 

This has now been updated & assigned to Creative Media students for next year however if you know you have opted for Creative Media and are not included please get in touch via email. NOTE: This can be undertaken alongside the work set through i-Dea for this week.


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  • Please could ALL continue with their iDEA award.Home learning workbook –There is a computer science workbookPlease note this workbook contains projects to be completed over the next few weeks.There will be specific assignments to upload that will be assigned to specific students on the list for Computer Science.

    If you would like a printed copy of this please email!


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CORE PE – Core PE- Challenges and fitness training programme to complete on health-related fitness components
GCSE PE If not known, contact your teacher Skeletal System- connective tissues- Ligaments, tendons and cartilage

Work set via Google Classroom

BTEC SPORT If not known, contact your teacher Types of Leaders – 4 advanced skills will be investigated

and written about in relation to the two leaders from the last 2 weeks

Performing Arts (Dance) mbfho6g
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You will receive a new one for GCSE

Make sure that you access Focus on Sound which has information regarding all of the set works that you will be studying next year.

 

Complete the listening test on Musical Theatre and the work sheet.

 

Access the information and tests on Focus on Sound.

 

There will also be some practical work there based on musicals. Access this through your individual code. Practice your piece.

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  1. Using your mind map on the newspaper article last week
  2. Pick 4 characters involved in the article or create four characters of your own choice linked to the article
  3. Write down some info about these 4 characters loosely linked to the article.
  • Who are they? Names
  • Job/back ground /age/ethnicity
  • Education
  • Likes/dislikes
  • Ambitions
  1. Pick one character and complete some practical work. (You may film and upload it if you wish!) Look in the mirror- if you were acting out this character -How does this character act?

Behave? Film yourself talking /or using facial expressions in the mirror to show you have understood this character and his/her background.

  1. See if anyone will help you with this next activity at home-
  • Warm up: have a conversation where neither says what their faces show: real anger is said through a smiling face; love expressed through an angry face. How could you do this?
  • Stage a short mime (on your own if you wish) where your face moves from telling the truth to covering

up the truth and back again 

 

Extension- could you design a mask or half mask that could be used for this character ?

Performing Arts (Design)

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