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Stroud High School - 9A Homework
SubjectTeacher InitialsDate SetHomework SetDate DueWorksheet/ Resources Required Yes/No
ART HC24/5/17BIRMINGHAM cabinet of curiosities / wall-hanging to be developed over the coming couple of weeks14/6/17
HistoryNAL23/5/1730 mins research preparation on family history about when was it the best decade to be a teenager in 1950s 1960 or 1970s?20/6/17No
GeographyMW22/5/17Investigate the reasons for high and low birth and death rates. Record this in your book in whichever way you wish/feel is most appropriate.7/6/17no
biologyKBJ18/5/17Making Yoghurt questions 1 -5 25/5/17
EnglishJCD18.5.17Plan and prepare materials for your poetry mobile to be brought in and built in your next lesson. You will have access to computers during the lesson.22.5.17your own resources
GeographyMW17/5/17Map in the middle and annotate around the outside 4 countries that are sparsely populated with the reasons why and 4 countries that are densely populated with the reasons why.22/5/17yes
scienceRCC15/5/17Keep watching http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xudm8n_bbc-global-dimming-documentary-about-geoengineering-global-warming_people and answer questions pg 13 (use pg 12 too)24/5/17Yes
scienceKBJ12/5/17Answer the exam question  in the booklet, Question 118/5/17y
HistoryNAL9/5/17(i). Continue family history research relating to the period between 1950 and the late 1970s. (ii). Bring in an example of wartime food that we can sample during the lesson next Tuesday. It could simply be a tin of Spam or a baked 'national loaf' or a cake. If you bake something, it must be to a genuine WW2 recipe!16/5/17No
GeographyMW8/5/17Find a dot density map of world population distribution. Stick it in your books. Then write a description of where people live. Remember to give the overall comment (ie is it evenly or unevenly distributed around the world?), where the highest/lowest concentrations are and where specifically (i.e. coasts/mountains/deserts etc) and give some specific countries/areas to support these. Finally any exceptions.17/5/17no
EnglishJCD4.5.17Finish your Curley's wife essay, to be printed out and handed in on Tuesday 16th May.16.5.17no
HistoryNAL2/5/17Spend 30mins doing some initial research and/or planning for 'what life was like for a teenager in the 1950s / 1960s or 1970s? but from the perspective a family member of your own. This might be a grandparent or great grand parent, great aunt or uncle etc etc. Start asking questions, planning for an interview with them covering different aspects, or topics. Start talking to your family about this. If this is not easy to do, then just do some initial general research on 'life for a teenager in 1950s-1970s Britain' so you can produce an end-product project on it in Term 6.8/5/17No
science (Bio)KBJ28/4/17answer the exam style question called Cells in the booklet, 1(a) to (f)4/5/17y
Science (Physics)TJL27/4/17Complete the Qs on using the parallelogram rule for calculating resultant forces3/5/17booklet p13-15
REJH27/4/172 x hmks on group presentation on nominated conflict3/5/17
ART HC27/4/17Work out what material & size you are going to work on for your Birmingham project. Is it going to be a shoe box, recylced garment, pin board or stretched canvas. Next lesson you are going to plan and sketch your design linking in with several artists. Please come prepared for the lesson with a clear vision of your design.05/04/17 Final deadline is the 26 May 2017All in Year Folder
EnglishJCD6.4.17Complete your planning for the first 3 paragraphs of your 'Curley's Wife' essay25.4.17plan and instructions provided
KBJ6/4/17Complete sheet "discovering cells" - find out about what Robert Hooke did28/4/17yes
HistoryNAL4/4/17Second of the two homeowrks to finish answering Explain why Q on the causes of WW2. See earlier homework entry for further details.25/4/17yes
FrenchSLT31/3/17Consolidate the vocab from todays lesson - mindmap/flashcards6/4/17no
GeographyMW27/3/17Spend 40 minutes on your Chocolate projectongoingno
HistoryNAL28/3/17First of two homeworks to answer Explain why Q on causes of WW2. The question, guidance on how to answer it and sentence stems for each paragraph are included in the padlet page on World War Two in the Year 9 area, or Menu.25/4/17yes
REJH22/3/17Finish assessment task set in lesson30/3/17yes
HistoryNAL21/3/17Revise your class time research / notes on the causes of WW2 and be prepared for a 25 mark factual quiz test on the content. next lesson (Mon 27th.)27/3/17Yes
EnglishJCD15.3.17How does the description of the bunkhouse suggest ideas about the lives of the migrant workers? Challenge: consider our expectations of migrant workers, is Steinbeck showing these? Does he show anything unexpected?21.3.17no
HistoryNAL14/3/17Complete answer to 'How useful..'Q. Make sure you use the sentence stems and read the mark sheet to help you. Stick you mark sheet after your answer. DO NOT write your answer in the front of yourexercise book. Write or type up your answer on a separate piece of paper.21/3/17Yes
GeographyMW13/3/17If you haven't done so already, make a detailed plan in your books of what you are going to do on your chocolate projects each lesson/homework time. Remember you have 8 hours and 20 minutes which includes 6 lessons and homework time. DO NOT WASTE IT. I will expect to see where you are spending your time. What you produce at the end of it must reflect the time given.22/3/17no
EnglishJCD9.3.17Finish annotating the first two paragraphs of the novel: how does Steinbeck create a peaceful mood/atmosphere?13.3.17no
REJH2/3/17From your own perspective, is the explanation of free will enough to explain the existence of moral evil/suffering?6/3/17no
EnglishJCD1.3.17Finish writing your novel opening and bring in a printed copy to class on Thursday 9th March.9.3.17no
HistoryNAL28/2/17Re-read/revise your class work research on Americans in the 1920s - grid table / knowledge organsier, ready to use in the assessment next lesson.7/3/17Yes
HistoryNAL21/2/17Research USA in 1920s - experiences of each social group and reach a supported judgement on each social group - how far did they benefit from the developments/economic boom in the 1920s?27/2/17Yes
ScienceRCC20/2/16Revise for biophysics and machines test next week1/3/17Yes
HistoryNAL7/2/17Fill in the first two columns of the A3 sheet for the social group you researched for the previous homework. Brind the sheet to the next lesson to fill in the rest. Leave some space in the boxes you fill in for homework so you can add any additional examples, facts etc.21/2/17yes
GeographyMW6/2/17OPTIONAL: Erasmus A5 leaflet - instructions on yearfolders, explained in the lesson. Opportunity to go to Spain in May if your leaflet is chosen! 3/3/17No
scienceKBJ2/2/17Make poster or cartoon to explain all the causes of extinction.10/2/17yes
ScienceTJL26/1/16Revision for a test on Light & Sound on 8th Feb (Thursday). (Please also bear in mind that you will have your end of key stage test in the 2 weeks follwong half term - see Mr Harrisons emails for links to loads of practice papers). You're a fab group...do yourselves justice by working hard in preparation for these tests - link to past papaers (levels 5-7) in resources required section here)8/2/17http://www.satspapers.org.uk/Page.aspx?TId=6
HistoryNAL24/1/17Spend 30 mins researching the short-term (1919-1923) and the longer-term (1924-1933) effects of WW1 on Germany. Fill in your class work note-making structure in the front of your exercise book. Look for information about: Hyperinflation in 1923, the Munich Putsch in 1923, The Dawes Plan in 1924, the Young Plan in 1929, Hitler's rise to power between 1925 and 1933, the general election results in 1924, 1928, 1930, 1932(two) and 1933 & look for information about mass unemployment that hit Germany between 1929 and 193231/1/17No
EnglishJCD23.1.17Draw your impression of Gradgrind. You must label your drawing with evidence from the extractextract in exercise book
GeographyMW23/1/17Spend 40 minutes writing your TRF assessment. You will finish it in the next lesson.1/2/17yes
REJH18/1/17Complete E & A task - 'The impact of...'24/1/17no
HistoryNAL17/1/17Produce a short speech outlining your view on the debate about the awarding of a pardon to those shot at dawn in WW1. Include at least three arguments to support your view as well as a range of relevant and specific/precise evidence to support your arguments. Be ready to debate your case next lesson (Mon 23rd) and be ready to hand in your written speech for assessing. Resources to help you write a persuasive speech are available on the padlet page under Year 9 Menu.23/1/17Yes
HistoryNAL10/1/17Research shot at dawn case studies to add to classwork as preparationh for debate.17/1/17Yes
GeographyMW4/1/17Begin researching destruction of the Amazon Rainforest in preparation for your assessment.9/1/17No
HistoryNAL3/1/17Print off a copy of Shot at Dawn Resource Sheet 4.6 from the WW1 padlet page and colour code arguments for and arguments against a pardon being awarded to those men executed during WW1.9/1/17Yes
GeographyMW13/12/16I already set your work - which is to make something you can wear or carry that is inspired from the work we have done on the tropical rainforests. If you need some inspiration come and see me! If you did not finish your poster on life in the tropical rainforests you need to add this on to be completed as well please.....4/1/17No
GeographyMW7/12/16Design and make an item that can be worn or carried using inspiration from the plants/animals/climate of the TRF. Gain extra credit for using specific examples from the Amazon!4/1/17No
HistoryNAL6/12/16Do a further 30mins research on an aspect of the First World War listed on the instruction / guidance sheet (on padlet page / 'First World War'.)12/12/16Yes
scienceRCC5/12/16FAMELAB homework: Spend 30 mins researching possible topics for your famelab talk12/12/16No
scienceKBJ2/12/16REEBOP complete table and do the six questions at the end of the instuctions8/12/16Yes
REJH1/12/16Spend 30 minutes ONLY on your assessment. Bring your pink book to Monday's lesson5/12/16Yes
HistoryNAL29/11/16Follow instructions on padlet page hwk sheet to do 30mins research for end product you will create covering four aspects of the First World War. 6/12/16Yes
GeographyMW28/11/16IF you were absent last lesson you need to make sure you have the work that was covered in your books, either photocopy it or hand-write it up but please make sure you make it clear that you were on the exchange. This does not need to be done for next lesson, but it does need to be done so you have the information for your assessment at a later date. The actual homework for everyone this week is: 1) Finish off the definitions from class. 2) Draw and label a food chain for the TRF 3) Draw and label a food web for the TRF 4) Find a diagram to explain nutrient cycling in the TRF.7/12/16No
GeographyMW23/11/16Complete the class work on climate of the TRF. If you want to challenge yourself you could write a paragraph to explain what might happen to the rainforest in the future with climate change!28/11/16No
ScienceRCC21/11/16Reflect on metals test. If it identified gaps in your knowledge write some notes/flash cards/similar to address these?30/11/16No
GeographyMW14/11/16Complete the classwork. Then collect diagrams about why the rainforest has the climate it does (an equatorial climate). Find one showing the sun's rays concentrated on the equator and also one about convectional rainfall in preparation for next lesson.23/11/16NO
HistoryNAL15/11/16Complete causes link diagram using events links filled in during the lesson. Use either 'method 1 - a chain of links' or Method 2 - 'an explosive (barrels) mixture. Complete across a double page.28/11/16Yes
scienceKBJ10/11/16Task three on DNA fingerprinting, page 5 of the booklet17/11/16Yes
FrenchSLT10/11/16None due to assessment todayNANO
HistoryNAL8/11/16Complete three short tasks from the padlet sheet on the causes of World War One. Use a double page to stick the copy of the map across + neatly annotate around the map the key terms and their definitions. Make sure you use the title and question stated at the top of the preparation homework sheet in your exercise book/across the top of the double page!14/11/16Yes
REJH7/11/16How are Copernicus and Galileo linked in understanding the development of the earth?9/11/16no
ScienceRCC7/11/16Complete practical discussion questions pg 23 booklet16/11/16Yes
ScienceTJL3/11/16Using the revision sheets you should have stuck in, revise the work we have already done (make rev resources if you like) and also pre-read what we haven't yet done - waves, light, reflection, colour etc (maybe write down key words) - this allows you to come into the lesson with some familiarity with what we WILL be talking about - a really good habit to develop. To allow us to get through the work more quickly, EVERYONE needs to have done the pre-reading. Write down any troublesome areas17/11/16revision sheets
GeographyMW31/10/16Research tropical rainforests and create a poem about what has interested you and what you have found out.9/11/16Yes
HistoryNAL31/10/16Finish your women's rights answer, making sure that you have included a conclusion where you sum up your overall view on the question + maybe make a critical point about what had still NOT been achieved by 1918, despite the changes / improvements you have discussed!8/11/16Yes
scienceKBJ20/10/16Revision for Salted topic, first lesson back with me after half term4/11/16Yes
GeographyMW19/10/16Make sure you have completed all classwork and homework tasks up to this point on Weston-Super-Mare write-up as it is due in at the end of the lesson on Friday. No excuses!21/10/16Yes
HistoryNAL18/10/16(i). Add another 'Yes, But, So' paragraph, on another aspect of women's rights, to your existing answer. Make sure it can be seen by your teacher in the next lesson. Use the feedback you have already been given and/or the guidance on the padlet page to help you write this single paragraph in 30 minutes!31/10/16Yes
Science RCC17/10/16No homework set2/11/16No
HistoryNAL11/10/16Update introduction and first main paragraph based on feedback - for question How far did women's lives improve between 1850 and 1918?' and one more paragraph done.18/10/16
EnglishJCD6/10/16Complete questions about Act 1 Scene 3 - Juliet11/10/16
ScienceKBJ6/10/16Complete all the questions on pages 16 -17 (Q1-10)14/10/16Yes
ScienceTJL5/10/16Research how we hear. Construct a flow diagram or bullet point list of how we hear a sound (start from something vibrating to produce a sound wave - finish with 'the brain interprets this as sound' Use as many key terms eg parts of the ear, as possible.19/10/16research/booklets
GeographyMW5/10/16Complete slide 2 (the lessons work) - don't forget the pie charts and analysis of them - if you don't do this (and if you were absent last lesson its slide 1 and 6 to be completed also) you will fall really behind.7/10/16Yes
REJH3/10/16Find different definitions of faith and put them in your book5/10/16no
HistoryNAL04.10.16Research allocated aspect of Edwardian attitude. Add research, using a red pen, to your exercise book grid table where we have been making notes based on the clip of film 'Titanic'. Be prepared to discusss and share your research / findings with your other team members on Monday 10th.10.10.16Yes
ScienceRCC3/10/16Look at the timeline emailed and answer the question: what does the reactivity series tell us about history? (Or, similarly, what does history tell us about the reactivity series?)12/10/16Yes
ScienceTJL29/9/16Postponed to next week when it will be more appropriate
REJH29/9/16Assuming that Genesis 2-3 are true, who is the most responsible for the fall of humanity and the introduction of sin into the world - humans or God?’3/10/16no
HistoryNAL27.09.16Type up and print off a draft copy of your introduction paragraph and first main paragraph for your answer to the question: 'How far had women's lives improved between 1850 and 1918?' Make sure you either double line space each line of words or leave a box after each of the two paragraphs so that there is space for me to give you some feedback.04.10.16Yes
EnglishJCD22/9/16Read Act 1 Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet.26/9/16copy of the play
GeographyMW21/9/16Finish classwork by finding 3 maps at smaller scales. The one of Weston-Super-Mare needs to have a 6 figure grid reference. Also make a title of 'Weston-Super-Mare Fieldwork'. Use googleearth to 'look around' the promenade of Weston-Super-Mare. You can also be finding some photographs of the area too to include in your work next week.26/9/16no
HistoryNAL20/9/16Complete your 'Knowledge Organiser' for women's rights reserach and then make sure that your judgements for each aspect (social, economic etc) have been done for amount of change, pace of change and extent of change on 1-5 scale. Makes ure you have also provided substantiation / support for these numbered judgements for each aspect, ready for debate & discussion next lesson. Bring print out copy to next lesson for checking for punctuality & quality of hwk done.26/9/16Yes
ScienceRCC19/9/16Read the Sutton Hoo piece. What does this tell you about gold? What other metals would have been likely to have been in the burial? What can we infer about their reactivity from the find? What evidence do we have for this?28/9/16Yes
REJH15/9/16Would we be worse off losing science or religion?19/9/16no
GeographyMW12/9/16Copy up and complete the mindmap that you did in rough about coasts. You may need to do some extra research in order to fully complete it. It should be a double page spread and be decorated with colour and/or pictures.21/9/16yes
GeographyMW7/9/16Complete title page - it should have pictures, either hand drawn, photos or from the computer. Interesting information, key facts and figures should also be included.9/9/16No
ArtHC9/9/16Spend 30 mins developing your Pop Art - Today's Young Women/Self Identity mindmap - my figure or head outline15/9/16no
HistoryNAL13/9/16Define all key terms listed that relate to women's rights creating 'flashcards' (key term/word on one side and a short definition of the other side.) Bring completed key terms flash cards to next lesson - Tues 20th Sept20/9/16Yes
EnglishJCD14/9/16Design a DVD or book cover for a new version of 'Romeo & Juliet', thinking carefully about how you will convey the plot and themes of the play.20/9/16No
FrenchSLT16/9/16Memorise present tense verb endings for regular er , ir and re verbs 22/9/16no
Art HC 14/9/161. Mission Gallery challenge sheet - Bronze, Silver or Gold29/9/16
Yes shs website
aRTHC29/9/162. Collect or collage images and words onto your photograph. Please make sure you can carry on with this in class.15/9/16