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Home Learning – Year 9

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Year 9 Home Learning 2021/2022

ENGLISH – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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7 SeptIntroduction to English – Check Google Classroom for Summer work to complete
13 SeptOf Mice and Men – context
And read chap 1 (up to slide 18)
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20 SeptOf Mice and Men – read chap 2 and 3 (slides 18 – 67)Link to work
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27 SeptOf Mice and Men – read chap 4 and 5 (slide 67 – 98)Link to work
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4 OctOf Mice and Men – read chap 6 (slide 98-end). Work on characters and themesLink to work
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11 OctCreate a character profile of Curley’s Wife. Use the internet to research any details about her. Use colour, images, key words and quotations
18 OctCreate a chapter summary of Of Mice and Men – use images and key words

FRENCH – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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7 SeptSaying how many there areLink to work
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13 SeptDescribing peopleLink to work
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20 SeptSaying what people haveLink to work
27 SeptSaying what people doLink to work
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4 OctSaying what belongs to you and someone elseLink to work
11 OctDescribing things and peopleLink to work
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18 OctExpressing future intentionsLink to work

GEOGRAPHY – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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7 SeptWhat are the factors that influence population distribution?
This week looks at what the distribution of population is like globally, where people live and why. It will also explore the different human physical factors which affect population density.
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13 SeptWhat is the population explosion?
This week covers how the global population is changing, the differences between the population increase in developed and developing countries and how to calculate the percentage increases in population.
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20 SeptWhat are the potential consequences of overpopulation?
This week looks at how the population explosion may affect us in the future and considers the social, economic and environmental consequences of overpopulation.
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27 SeptHow do population structures change over time?
This week covers the Demographic Transition Model and considers how population structures change over time, and why.
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4 OctHow does the population structure change as a country develops?
This week considers how the Demographic Transition Model is linked to economic development and what causes birth and death rates to change.
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11 OctWhat do population pyramids show?
This week, we learn about what population pyramids show us, how to read them and how to compare different populations using population pyramids.
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18 OctWhat strategies have been used to try and control population growth?
This week will consider how countries might attempt to reduce the risk of overpopulation by controlling population growth. We learn about some ways that places like Kerala in India or China have tried to do this in the past, and how effective this has been.
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HISTORY – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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7 SeptWas Africa similar to Europe in the 1600sLink to work
13 SeptThe Triangular tradeLink to work
20 SeptMiddle PassageLink to work
27 SeptLife on the plantationLink to work
4 OctWhat changed in Britain between 1750-1900Link to work
11 OctChild labourLink to work
18 OctWhat was the British EmpireLink to work

MATHS – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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13 SeptSet 1 and 2: RoundingLink to work
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20 SeptSet 1 and 2: decimalsLink to work
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27 SeptSet 1 and 2: BoundsLink to work
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4 OctSet 1 and 2Link to work
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11 OctSet 1 and 2Link to work
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18 OctSet 1 and 2Link to work
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PE – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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7 Sept – 18 OctPlease work through the PowerPoint when you should have your PE lessons.
You will find both practical and written tasks to do and some questions for you
to answer. Later in the PowerPoint there are some practical tasks that you can complete and you can choose the ones you think you might like to have a go
at. Get everyone at home involved too.
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SCIENCE – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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7 SeptEarth and the Universe L11-12Link to work
13 SeptEarth and the Universe L13-14Link to work
20 SeptEarth and the Universe L15-16Link to work
27 SeptClimate and Earth’s resources L1-4Link to work
4 OctClimate and Earth’s resources L5-8Link to work
11 OctClimate and Earth’s resources L9-12Link to work
18 OctClimate and Earth’s resources L13-16Link to work

SPANISH – HALF TERM 1 (SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER)

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7 SeptTalking about events in the pastLink to work
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13 SeptComparing past experiencesLink to work
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20 SeptTalking in general
Comparing what you and someone else do
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27 SeptSaying what you must do in class- modal verbsLink to work
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4 OctDescribing what people must and want to doLink to work
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11 OctUsing the verb ‘ir’Link to work
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18 OctDescribing future plansLink to work
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