Use logic and deductive reasoning to solve this Jigsaw Sudoku. Remember, you can only fill in a number when you are certain that you have found the right number.
Try to explain your reasoning to another person and only spend 30 minutes on the task. Either print the page of your completed sudoku or take a screen shot (Ctrl + Prt Scrn) and email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week we have begun learning about the slave trade and civil rights movement. Freedom from slavery, oppression and discrimination was a cause worth fighting for and so we would like to research some of the people who championed this cause.
Please research how one of the following people helped fight for freedom and present your information as a fact file, leaflet or biography.
- William Wilburforce
- Abraham Lincoln
- Martin Luther King
- John Newton
- William Pitt
- Rosa Parks
- Thomas Clarkson
Connected Learning Homework
Imagine you are the child of a slave owner living on a plantation in the West Indies. Although you know your plantation couldn’t run without slave labour, you can see the way the slaves are treated and see it is unfair. You believe slavery should be abolished.
Create an Abolish Slavery poster that could be displayed around the West Indies to try to persuade other people to abolish slavery.