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Year 9

Please find below work which has been set by your teachers.

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Maths

Selecting the appropriate set, students should be working through the questions provided. If they are struggling with a particular topic, they can visit the website, watch the video and then try again. The selected topics are all topics they have studied previously. Once they have finished a worksheet they can then mark their own work using the answers provided. If they are unsure of how to answer a question, then they can email their teacher for guidance.

https://corbettmaths.com/contents/

 

English

Students need to work through the vocabulary booklet from wherever they got to last.

 

Science

1.  Ongoing – Activelearn Year 9 review and recap tasks

Activelearn is www.pearsonactivelearn.com

Pupil login: DHS.<usual school username> eg DHS.srockett97

Pupil Password: ChangeMe177 (unless they have already accessed and changed)

2.  Ongoing Exam Practice papers (2 folders)

3.  Mark practice questions

There is no need to print any work (though graphs might be useful), the questions can be on screen and answers written on paper, provided they are numbered correctly.

 

 

History

This link will take students to all the resources which they will need to do some independent study on the Cold War, starting with an introduction, and then an investigation into the Vietnam War.

https://www.tes.com/lessons/iFy2h7YMPB1OQw/year-9-the-cold-war  

 

Geography

  1. Population – watch the following programme – Ted talks population growth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmfzwwrCrrU

  1. The challenge of resource management in the UK

Using the link below from GCSE Geography Bite size. Read the revision notes (pages 1-5). Make a double page revision mat in your exercise book to summarise the key issues of resource management for global distribution of resources, food, energy and water.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/zywpg82/revision/1

  1. Make a list of definitions for the following terms and write them out in your exercise book. All can be found from the link above resource management;

Words to define:

Resources
Primary energy
Secondary energy
Food security
Food insecurity
Food deficit
Food surplus
Water surplus
Water deficit
Renewable energy
Energy insecurity
Fossil fuel
Energy mix
Water footprint
Carbon footprint

  1. Energy

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/zxc2sg8/revision/1

Read and understand pages 1- 6 on energy in the UK.  You do not have to make notes on this unless you feel it helps your learning.

Where are the resources -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmfzwwrCrrU
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/zywpg82/revision/1
Definitions for Resource management in the UK
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/zxc2sg8/revision/1

 

French

www.languagesonline.org.uk - “Français”

Work through:

Grammar: The perfect Tense for Beginners/ The Perfect Tense/The Perfect Tense 2

Complete all tasks

Extension: Future GCSE candidates:

GCSE Reading Practice Questions

Complete all tasks 1-6

 

www.linguascope.com

Log in details can be found on studentshared/mfl/passwords

 

The Linguascope apps are FREE for you to download on your iPad, Android tablet or Microsoft device.
Once installed, you can access all activities using the  Linguascope username and password.

Conjugation Station
Select Learn or Practice and then navigate do the next menu before selecting verbs or tenses.

Year 9 should work on Present, Past and Future tense.

 

RE

If you are in Mr Cobbold or Mr Dubberley’s groups, you should continue working on your milestone looking at being a Muslim in 21st Century Britain. Use the PowerPoint in the RE shared area to remind you of the task. This is what you have started in lessons, and you should finish it ready to hand in when we return to school.

If you are in Mr Yaroslaw’s groups, you have been studying The Day of the Dead in Mexico.

Research two other examples to show how people have responded when someone dies. Write up your research, using appropriate pictures.

  • Ancient Egyptian beliefs about the afterlife

  • Norse or Viking traditions

  • Aboriginal ways of dealing with death

  • How do Zoroastrians or Parsees deal with a body after death?

 

DT

RM -  

Students to continue with their mini NEA paper work that they have begun in lesson. They will need to ensure that their research is completed so looking at materials, joints etc that they would use should they make their idea for real. They can then do some developed ideas – drawing one or 2 of them in greater detail. Details of what to put on each page are on each page already for them.

Textiles - 

Pupils to work on the product lifecycle of their gadget cushion. What will happen to it after the end of its ‘Use phase?’ What can be done to stop it going into landfill? Complete the paperwork in student shared.

Product testing – complete the radar chart to test your gadget stand. Ask your family specific questions. Suggestions can be found in student shared.

Upload any work for marking in the folder in student shared.

Where is the resource - Student shared/DT/Mrs King/Year 9 School closure work

 

Art

Complete the tasks on the powerpoint about identity. If you get stuck on one task, move onto the next.

 

Computing

Students will need to access the following website:

www.ictworkout.co.uk

    username: debenhamhigh

    password: method17

  1. Students need to go through the presentation before attempting the various exercises.

  2. Students need to complete the following topics:

    1. Computer Systems

    2. The Internet

Students should also complete 20 minutes of Typing test each week.

Where are the resources - 

www.ictworkout.co.uk

www.typing.com

 

PE

Keeping yourself active during the school closure is very important for both your physical and mental health

This could be as simple as going for a walk/ run/ bike ride

If however you want to do something different why don’t you try and complete the Debenham High School Fitness Bingo Card

You could do this on your own or make it a fun, family activity

How it works:

  • - Start off with the bronze coloured card
  • - Pick a line and then try and cross off each square over the course of the day- this could be in one go or at different times throughout the day
  • - Once you have crossed off all the lines on the bronze card, move to the silver and then the gold cards.
  • - As you move up the different coloured cards, you will notice that they get more physically challenging
  • - If you find this too hard, you can always keep on the coloured card that best suits your fitness level
  • - You could also think about changing the number of certain movement to make it more suited to you- your parent/ carer might be able to help with this
  • - Most of the exercises require no equipment but if you don’t have a skipping rope or something that you can step on to, choose a different exercise

Circuit Training



Textiles

Pupils to work out the costing of their gadget cushion on the sheet in the shared area.

Following this pupils to refer to the PP in the shared area to design and create a swing tag to promote their gadget cushion.

 

Spanish

Work through:

  1. Grammar: The Present Tense, The Present Tense 2, The Imperfect Tense: Complete all tasks.
  2. Caminos Book 1: Unidad 7 and Unidad 8: Complete all exercises.

 

Extension: Future GCSE candidates:

Caminos Book 3: Unidad 7 and Unidad 13: Complete all tasks.

www.languagesonline.org.uk - “Español”

www.linguascope.com

Log in details can be found on studentshared/mfl/passwords

 

The Linguascope apps are FREE for you to download on your iPad, Android tablet or Microsoft device.
Once installed, you can access all activities using the  Linguascope username and password.

www.linguascope.com