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6th July 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

 

POETRY COMPETITION: For more information click here.

 

English

Year 7 

 

Find your work by clicking here: Lessons and Worksheet

When is this work due?               Tuesday 14th July

How do I submit my answers? 

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

What will I be covering this week? 

  • Lesson 1 (30mins): To understand the terminology we can use to identify structural techniques in a poem.
  • Lesson 2 (30mins): To be able to analyse the structural techniques used by the poets for effect.
  • Lesson 3 (30mins): Fix-it lesson 

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

There are optional challenge questions that can be found at the end of the PowerPoint.

 

Year 8

Find your work by clicking here: Lessons and Worksheet

When is this work due?               Tuesday 14th July

How do I submit my answers? 

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

What will I be covering this week? 

  • Lesson 1 (30mins): To understand the terminology we can use to identify structural techniques in a poem.
  • Lesson 2 (30mins): To be able to analyse the structural techniques used by the poets for effect.
  • Lesson 3 (30mins): Fix-it lesson  

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

There are optional challenge questions that can be found at the end of the PowerPoint.

 

Year 9

 

Find your work by clicking here: Lessons and Worksheet

When is this work due?               Tuesday 14th July

How do I submit my answers? 

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

What will I be covering this week? 

  • Redrafting a piece of work to meet an individual learning question and a class target.
  • Understanding the significance of the Inspector’s departing speech and the characters’ reactions after the Inspector has left.
  • Understanding the plot events of the end of 'An Inspector Calls' and how a member of a post-war audience would react to the ending of the play.

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

Email your teacher for more tasks.

 

Year 10

Find your work by clicking here:Lesson and Worksheet

When is this work due?               Tuesday 14th July

How do I submit my answers? 

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

What will I be covering this week? 

This week we will be:

  • completing a class fix it on structure from last week. 
  • writing the first draft of our Speaking and Listening presentations. 

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

Have a look back at the links to all the extracts we have read this term and continue reading the full novel online! 

 

Year 12

Your English teacher will be setting you work on Monday and we will meet for a virtual session on Thursday. Check you emails for announcements.


Drama 

Year 9

Find your work by clicking here: Lesson Resources

When is this work due?               Friday 10th July

How do I submit my answers? 

Upload your worksheet to Google Classroom.

What will I be covering this week? 

  1. Reviewing kinds of staging
  2. Reviewing Elizabethan context
  3. Reviewing drama terminology
  4. Describing staging choices as a director

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

Create your own duologue showing a relationship between two characters

 Year 10

Find your work by clicking here: Lesson Resources

When is this work due?               Friday 10th July

How do I submit my answers? 

Upload your worksheet to Google Classroom.

What will I be covering this week? 

  1. Reviewing kinds of staging
  2. Reviewing Elizabethan context
  3. Reviewing drama terminology
  4. Describing staging choices as a director

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

Create your own duologue showing a relationship between two characters