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8th June 2020

Hello English and Drama students!

Find your English work here: Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 12

Find your Drama work here: Year 9, Year 10

 

English


Year 7

Find your work by clicking here: Lessons and Worksheet

When is this work due?                Tuesday 16th June.     

How do I submit my answers? 

Email your answers to your teacher or upload them to Google Classroom.

What will I be covering this week?

  • Understanding how to approach an unseen poem. 
  • Reflecting on a poem and understanding the overall meaning/message. 
  • Practise approaching a poem independently.

I've finished all the work and want more to do. What do I do now?

There is a challenge activity at the end of your lesson video. 

 

Year 8

Find your work by clicking here:Lessons and Worksheet

When is this work due?              Tuesday 16th June

How do I submit my answers? 

Email your answers to your teacher or upload them to Google Classroom.

What will I be covering this week?

  • Understand how to approach an unseen poem. 
  • Reflect on a poem and understand the overall meaning/message. 
  • Practise approaching a poem independently.   

I've finished all the work and want more to do. What do I do now?

There is a challenge activity at the end of your lesson video. 

 

Year 9   

Find your work by clicking here: Lessons and Worksheet 

When is this work due?              Tuesday 16th June

How do I submit my answers? 

Upload your worksheet to Google Classroom or email your worksheet to your teacher.

What will be covered this week? 

  • Exploring Sheila’s involvement with Eva Smith’s suicide and her response to the Inspector's interrogation.
  • Comparing the reactions of Sheila and Mr Birling to the Inspector’s interrogation.

 

Year 10

Find your work by clicking here: Lessons and Worksheet.

When is this work due?                Tuesday 16th June 

How do I submit my answers? 

Record your answers into the worksheet; your teacher will tell you how they want you to send this in.

What will I be covering this week? 

This week we will read an extract from Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' and analyse how the text is structured. 

I've finished all the work and want more to do. What do I do now?

If you have time, continue reading Frankenstein online which can be found by clicking here.

 

Year 12

Your teacher will email you directly to set the content for this week. 

 

Drama

Year 9

Find your work by clicking here: Resources

What will I be covering this week?

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of physical elements of performance in a Macbeth duologue scene.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of physical elements of performance in a Macbeth duologue scene.
  • Revise your creative monologue to add elements of stage design.
  • Explain how you would use vocal and physical skills to perform your own monologue.

I've finished all the work and want more to do. What do I do now?

Use your physical evaluation table to answer the full question: how were physical skills used in the duologue to create an impact on the audience.

 

Year 10 

Find your work by clicking here: Resources

What will I be covering this week?

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of physical elements of performance in a Macbeth duologue scene.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of physical elements of performance in a Macbeth duologue scene.
  • Revise your creative monologue to add elements of stage design.
  • Explain how you would use vocal and physical skills to perform your own monologue.

I've finished all the work and want more to do. What do I do now?

Use your physical evaluation table to answer the full question: how were physical skills used in the duologue to create an impact on the audience.