Here are your spellings for next week – you will be tested next Wednesday.
Remember it’s important that you also know the meaning of the words you are learning!
misspell, mislead,mistreat, misbehave, mistrust, misprint, misuse, misplace, misheard, misread
commit, committee, transmit, submit, commitment, emit, permit, intermittent, omit, unremitting
This week, you have two additional homework tasks.
- Persuasive letter. Research an environmental issue that you would like to question a company on. Make sure you have found at least 3 statistics to make your argument as powerful as possible, and we will write the letter in class.
2. Continue your ‘ideal bedroom’ models. You have 2 more weeks for this one if needed. Be creative! Do as much as you can at home and we will add electrics in class.
Alex Honnold Free Climb
Your homework task this week is to write a short piece of description, in the first person, based on this film/image; for this piece of writing, stick to the order in the ‘hot write’ grid below:
||Time/Manner/Reason/ Place, _____
||Embedded Clause ___,___,____
|SO3 _______, _______ and ______.
||Elipses _____ …
PS – don’t try this at home (the climbing bit!)
Here are this week’s spellings; you will be tested on Thursday 13th December. Please find the meaning of each unfamiliar word as we will put these into sentences during morning activity next week.
truly, duly, wholly, fully, daily, publicly, dryly, slyly, shyly, coyly
minibus, miniskirt, miniscule, minibeast, minicab, minimum, microscope, microchip, microphone, microwave
Eagles, here are your spellings for the test on Wednesday 5th December.
basically, frantically, dramatically, magically, tragically, comically, actually, accidentally, occasionally, eventually
suggest, digest, congestion, gesture, gestation, lightning, daylight, enlighten, twilight, limelight
These spellings should be in your learning journals. Your test will be next Thursday 29th November. Good luck!
Protons: gently, simply, humbly, nobly, horribly, terribly, possibly, incredibly, comfortably, probably
Electrons: temperature, temper, temperament, tempered, variety, vary, variation, varied, variable, variance
In addition to your usual tasks, for your homework this week I’d like you to do some research on the RMS Lusitania (clue: it is not the Titanic!) We will be producing a piece of writing about it in our English lessons. Homework can be in the format of your choice.