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18th May Home Learning

Published Friday, May 18, 2012.
Last updated: Friday, May 18, 2012



A key skill in any writer is the ability to show off their skills.  I would like you to write a short 250 piece of text demonstrating what you can do.  It could be fiction or non-fiction covering any genre.

It should include:

  • ____ C _____
  • C______,_______
  • ___ , ________ , ____
  • , .  ! ? (, , and) "Aa?"
  • Range of vocabulary e.g. similes, metaphors, detailed descriptions
  • Range or connectives
  • -ly, -ing, time openers
  • Mix or short and long sentences

Connected Learning:

 By now you should have completed most of your Olympic research and have begun to organise your presentation. Remember you must clearly show your 5 key inquiry questions and the research you have done. We want to learn from your presentation so the content is very important. Be sure that you understand your research and that you are aiming to improve upon your Thailand and Tourism presentation.

 As a result of the change to the NCT week, we have changed the deadline for your presentations. You now have any time between Monday 21st May and Friday 8th June. Please sign up for your individual slot from next week.


This week we have been looking at the properties and nets of 3D shapes, for home learning i would like you to recap the features of 2D shapes.

Please draw the following shapes and annotate them to indicate their features.  I would like these to be of very high quality so they can be put on display.

Shape 1:

  • Hexagon
  • 2 reflex angles
  • 1 line of symmetry
  • 1 pair of parallel lines

Shape 2

  • Heptagon (look it up!)
  • Only 1 obtuse angle
  • 2 acute angles
  • 2 lines of symmetry

Shape 3

  • Nonagon
  • 3 orders of rotational symmetry
  • No perpendicular lines

Do not produce these shapes using ICT - please draw them by hand.




 Thank you! Have a lovely weekend.

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