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Stroud High School - 9B Homework
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FrenchLC21/1/00Check your email for the details of the end of term project and start thinking about how you are going to complete itnext week
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FrenchLC18/1/00
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ArtAfter the 29 March you will be working on an Art/Citizenshop project based on your trip to BRISTOL. The theme is to do with FREEDOM - history of slavery to modern day's freedom of speech & identity etc
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REMTX14/3/19Which of the following statements do you agree with the most:

‘There is no such thing as evil’
‘The goodness in the world more than outwieghs the evil’
‘Evil is winning: the human race is doomed’
You need to justify your opinion - explain your choice, considering everything we have covered so far
27/2/19no
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Artst14/.03Working towards the 9th May for your garment to be completed - make sure you plan out your lessons in detail. This gives you 8 lessons left. You should of spent 10 lessons on your garment and should reflect at least 10 hours of work. At the end of the unit you will need to complete a photoshoot 9/5/19
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HistoryNAL12/3/19Answer three tasks/activities/questions associated with an extract from the historian, Ian Kershaw's interprettaion about Hitler's rise to power. You can find the three tasks in the year folder. You need to rfeer to the information contained on pages 74 and 75 of the Student textbook to help you with tasks/activities 2 & 3.21/3/19Yes
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HistoryNAL11/3/19Give two inferences from the source you were given in class.12/3/19Yes
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FrenchLC8/3/19Revise the train station vocab to be able to say it confidently next lesson15/3/19
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GeographyEU28/2/19Go and look at chocolate bars! Visit a supermarket.  Look at cocoa solids and prices and ingredients of dark, milk and white chocolate.  Perhaps persuade your parents to buy some for you to gain better understanding of chocolate (if you're lucky!)4/3/19no
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HistoryNAL26/2/19Research and present in the front of your exercise book, some of the outcomes of WW1 (i.e. 'looses' and 'gains') for ONE country of your choosing that was directly involved in, and affected by, the First World War. For example, you might research the outcomes of WW1 for the USA, Russia, Italy, Austria-Hungary or even Turkey! Make sure you arrange your research findings in an appropriate way. For instance, create and fill in a 'grid-structure' ('knowledge organiser'), just like the one you have been filling in for outcomes of WW1 on Great Britain and Germany.7/3/19Yes
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HistoryNAL14/2/19Re-do any two answers from Qs 8-12 that you did on your Origins of the First World War assessment for remarking. Use the comments to make the improvements / help you to re-write a better pair of answers to any two questions of your choosing.25/2/19Yes
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GeographyEU11/2/19Last homework on essay.  Bring your finished essay to the start of our first lesson after the February holiday.27/2/19
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FrenchLC 8/2 (12/2)Revise for listening, reading and writing assessment on this module. Use your vocab sheet AND the helpsheet I gave you which explains what you have to do! IT WILL BE IN TEST CONDITIONS. 15/2/19
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HistoryNAL4/2/19Bring in some research on the Battle of the Somme to tomorrow's lesson so that you can use it to help you to evaluate some contemporary sources on the battle. A list of useful websites to refer to and/or Youtube programme to watch are available on padlet page and / or Year folder for History. 5/2/19Yes
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ScienceDPM29/1/19Revise for test on "Salted". Test next week6/2/19
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FrenchLC29/1/19Revise vocab from this module so far (6) especially the phrases for saying what you have done.Ongoing
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GeographyEU28/1/19Continue to work on your essay (see below). You will have a homework next week too (but no lesson time -we will watch some of the Bruce Parry DVDs) and your last lesson in ICT will be on Monday 11 February.  Bring your completed essay to the following lesson on 27/2/1927/2/19
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GeographyEU24/1/19Spend 30 minutes working on your 'How on Earth can we save our Tropical Rainforests' essay. You still have Monday's lesson and Monday's homework to complete this6/2/19
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ARTst18/1/19Reminder - Final piece and sketchbook due in 1st Feb. Sketchbook - analysis, typography and background page 75% F Piece 25% of the marks 1/2/19
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FrenchLC18/1/19Practise saying the invitation phrases you wrote in your books today.
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FrenchLC15/1/19Complete your party invitation started in the lesson. Your yellow vocab books will help you. Books being collected on 25/1)18/1/19
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GeographyEU14/1/19Second homework (see below)23/1/19template handed out in class
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GeographyEU10/1/19You have a double homework (today and Monday) to complete your 'People of the Rainforest' poster.  23/1/19template handed out in class
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HIstoryNAL7/1/19Finish revision on causes of WW1 work done so far (from Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71 to the start of WW1 in August 1914) in preparation for timed assessment next lesson (Tues 8th Jan)8/1/19Yes
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artst11/12/18Reminder - Eduardo Bertone piece must be submitted on 1st Feb- along with an evaluation on Yearfolders. Please finish your photocopy version over christmas.1/2/19
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scienceDPM11/12/18This is a reminder that you need to be prepared for next lesson (Tues p.1).
Next lesson, you will get into groups of 8 and you will start practising your presentation.
At the very least, you need to bring the 1st draft of a script with you. This is how I will know that you have done your homework.
18/12/18Yes
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HistoryNAL11/12/181). Complete Schlieffen Plan work sheet task. (2). Keep up revision on the causes of WW1 in preparation for your assessment just after Xmas (Mon 7th Jan).20/12/18Yes
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HistoryNAL6/12/18Start revising your class work from Franco-Prussian War and up to and including assassination in Sarajevo in preparation for an assessment/test on the causes of the First World War. Guidance can be found on the Year folder: Y9/History/WW1. There are two useful Word documents to use as a checklist. Make sure that you know about all of these topics. The test will also include what we will be doing in class over the next week or so leading up to the test so make sure you are in all lessons from now on!!20/12/18Yes
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FrenchLC3/1/00Make sure the notes on the future tense make sense to you and are securely attached to your reference booklet. AND THAT YOU HAVE THE REF BOOKLET AND THE VOCAB BOOKLET!!! on year files if you've lost yours!
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GeographyEU29/11/18Finish describing your climate graph for Manaus in Brazil.  (DO NOT refer to seasons (there are none) and DO NOT refer to it being cold (it never is!)3/12/18graph from lesson
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HistoryNAL27/11/18Create a six-box story board showing the 6 main events that led to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie on June 28th 1914. Check the story from your photographed copy of textbook pages 52-53 or by reading/watching something about the event from another (online) source of your choosing. Doing this will help you understand the event better and its significance to starting WW1 about 1 month later (end of July / start of August 1914).6/12/18Yes
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FrenchLC23/11/18No homework set BUT make sure you have comleted AND CHECKED your last homework please.
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FrenchLC20/11/18Write between 5 and 10 super simple sentences IN THE PAST TENSE. USE your notes please!23/11/18
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GeographyEU19/11/18A short homework today and set by Ellie and Lucy.  Come to our next lesson being able to name one indigenous tribe living in the Amazon and name one tree (prizes for the most unusual names of trees!)
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GeographyEU15/11/18Draw or research using the internet 6 pictures which reflect the value of our tropical rainforests.  Stick them in your book and label them to explain what they are showing.19/11/18no
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ARTST15/11/18Bring in objetcs for your photo shoot - headphones, books, medals etc23/11/18
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HistoryNAL13/11/18Research the German Empire, 1871-1914. Add at least 6 interesting facts/details that you coem across to your exercise book list we started in lesson time about the other main empires at that time.22/11/18Yes
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FrenchLC9/11/18Practise SAYING phrases about what is and isn't good for which parts of your body and why. Remember all the vocab is in your yellow vocab booklets.16/11/18
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GeographyEU5/11/18No homework set today as you have handed in your Weston projects. 
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FrenchLC6/11/18Finish your assessed writing started in today's lesson. It is on paper so please make sure you don't lose it.9/11/18
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GeographyEU31/10/18We've agreed to set homework today rather than tomorrow.  You must ensure your fieldwork research and write up for Weston Super Mare is completed by the start of Monday's lesson ready to hand in.5/11/18
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HistoryNAL30/10/18Resaerch womens war work during WW1 (1914-18) and/or Votes for women campaign, with special reference to what was going on in Gloucestershire. Bring in any images, extracts, personal stories etc that could be used in a display that SHS will be putting together for the Centenary event at Cheltenham Racecourse on Sunday 18th Nov8/11/18No
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FrenchLC19/10/18Revise vocab from module 4 (sheet in book) for Module 4 assessment. It will be reading and listening as usual and then writing a paragraph but you will be able to use your reference notes when doing this.6/11/18
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Frenchlc5/10/18Practise saying (not writing) the oral response expressions given out today. You will need to use these next lesson!
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FrenchLC2/10/18Worksheet - 25 mins - honest work! - fine if not finished - I will have your books - worksheet is in your planners5/10/18
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GeographyEU1/10/18Continue with your i-city homework (see below)12.10.18
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GeographyEU27/9/18You have 3 weeks of homeworks to complete your i-city project looking at what Weston Super Mare was like in the past, what it is like today (doing this section in lessons based on the fieldtrip) and if you had a blank canvas how would you design Weston to meet the demands and cope with the concerns for the future.  Instructions can be found in year folders - year 9 - coasts - icity ERASMUS.  This is the first phase of the new two year ERASMUS project that year 9 are involved in.  10 students will be selected based on these projects to go to Rome for a week (11 - 17 November 2018) to represent SHS.  Very exciting!  All students have to complete this compulsory project even if you don't wish or can't go on the trip.  Ensure you meet the deadline as we are judging your projects on the 12 October.12.10.18 (although our last lesson  is 11.10.18)
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HistoryNAL24/9/18Revise your work on Whitechapel and Victorian fears of crime for 2 factual tests (multiple choice). Check out the 'How to revise History?' information sheets in the GCSE History padlet area for inspiration.4/10/18Yes
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HistoryNAL20/9/18Do 30 mins creating key terms flashcards (one card per key term/phrase/organisation - word on one side and definition on the reverse / other side!). Use the list handed out in class as your guide to work from as these are relevant to the two topics we have done/are doing at the moment.24/9/18Yes
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FrenchLC18/9/18Learn the three expressions you copied down today plus at least 3 jobs around the house from the vocab page or what you copied down.28/9/18
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GeographyEU17/9/18Complete your double page spread of words associated with coastal environments based on the activities completed in class today. DON'T FORGET WE ARE GOING TO WESTON SUPER MARE ON FRIDAY!26/9/18rough work from today
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Artst11/9/18Produce 3 homework tasks from the mission homework sheet. Tasks must be completed in the back of the sketchbook19/10/18
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GeographyEU13/9/18Title page for coasts / coastal zone17/9/18no
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HistoryNAL11/9/18Research and summarise 4-5 key details/facts/figures about (i). The Whitechapel Workhouse and Casual Ward and (ii). the Peabody Estate / George Peabody'd philantropic work in the East End of London.20/9/18Yes
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FrenchLC7/9/18Track down or reprint the year 7 and 8 reference booklets and put them in the envelope in the back of your ex book with the year 9 one.
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HistoryNAL6/9/18Research Victorian Whitechapel (1870-1900). Find and bring in to lesson on Monday, 5 key facts, details, interesting points and/or descriptions about Victorian Whitechapel to share with your peers.10/9/18No
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