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End of Autumn 1 - start of October half term

Year 10 students summer term updates

Each department will be providing a message below to all Year 10 students, Please click on the drop down sections below to read each of their messages:

Art Department 

 

Art  lesson map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 18th May

Identity

A3 Sketchbook

Artist Pages

 

 

AO1    3 hours

Complete  x 3 double A3  Artist Pages- deadline 1st June

  • Artist Title
  • x 4  images of the artists’ work
  •  one detailed copy of artist work
  • Written Analysis
  • Watch video and try some portrait based experiments as an extension task.

Assessment A01  25%   Email photographs of completed pages by 1.06

HALF TERM

Monday 1st June

 

Identity

A3 sketch book

Recording

A03  Recording  8 hours – drawing mixed media

  • Drawings of hands  x 3
  • Drawings of eyes/ facial features x 4
  • Identity objects x 4
  • Identity still life with x 2 photographs

Monday 8th June

Monday 15th June

Assessment  A03  25%   Email photographs of double A3 page  

Monday 22nd June

Identity

A3 sketchbook

Experimenting with materials

A02    Experiments with materials  10 hours

  • Title page Identity – all about me , mixed media
  • 20 Identity photographs
  • 3 x photo montages / collages
  • Experiments with materials- printing

Monday 29th June

Monday 6th July

A02        Design Ideas

  • Initial Plans for final piece x 2
  • Second photoshoot Summer assignment

 

Monday 13th July

Computer Science 

Computer Science map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 18 May

2.5 Translators & Facilities of languages

  1. Characteristics and purpose of different levels of programming language
  2. The purpose of translators
  3. Assemblers, compilers and interpreters
  4. IDE’s

HALF TERM

Monday 1 June

2.6 Data Representation

  1. Units of data
  2. Numbers / Data
  3. Characters
  4. Images
  5. Sound
  6. Compression

Monday 8 June

1.1 Systems Architecture

1.     The purpose of the CPU

2.     Von Neumann architecture:

3.     Common CPU components and their function

4.     The function of the CPU as fetch and execute instructions stored in memory

5.     How common characteristics of CPUs affect their performance

6.     Embedded systems

Monday 15 June

1.2 Memory

  1. the difference between RAM and ROM
  2. the purpose of ROM in a computer system
  3. the purpose of RAM in a computer system
  4. the need for virtual memory
  5. flash memory.

Monday 22 June

1.3 Storage

  1. The need for secondary storage
  2. Data capacity and calculation of data capacity requirements
  3. Common type of storage
  4. Suitable storage devices and storage media for a given application, and the advantages and disadvantages

Monday 29 June

1.4 Wired & Wireless Networks

  1. Types of networks
  2. Factors that affect the performance of networks
  3. The different roles of computers in a client-server and a peer-to-peer network
  4. The hardware needed to connect stand-alone computers into a local area network
  5. The internet as a worldwide collection of computer networks
  6. The concept of virtual networks

Monday 6 July

1.5 Network topologies, protocols and layers

  1. Star and mesh network topologies
  2. Wifi
  3. Ethernet
  4. The uses of IP addressing, mac addressing, and protocols including:
  5. The concept of layers
  6. Packet switching.

Monday 13 July

1.6 Systems Security

  1. Forms of attack
  2. Threats posed to networks
  3. Identifying and preventing vulnerabilities:

 

Design Technology Department 

Design and Technology lesson map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 18th May

Revision

 

 

 

DIRT time on Coursework

Complete the SENECA home learning (40 minutes) and self-assess the mock paper completed last week with the mark scheme on show my homework (60 minutes)

 

Develop your coursework from your feedback (30 minutes)

Half Term

Monday 1st June

 

 

NEA Coursework starts

 

(50% of the GCSE)

 

 

 

 

 

Revision practice continues

(20 minutes of SENECA to weekly to complete all the tasks set from the start of year ten)

AQA release the themes on the 1st June. Students will research the three themes and select one to base their project on.

 

Once selected pupils will focus their research on:

Problems within the theme in their task analysis pages (40 minutes)

Existing product and market research (including testing one physical product 60 minutes)

And their target market. (20 minutes)

 

Monday 8th June

Pupils will produce a questionnaire (with results) to find out the needs and wants of their user.

(50 minutes)

They will identify and collect some relevant data to help them design a new product.

(30 minutes)

Students will then summarise all of their research and explain how they will use the data to design a new product.

(140 minutes)

 

Monday 15th June

Pupils will write a design brief that is supported by evidence from their research and a justified design specification.

(60 minutes)

 

No Seneca this week but there will be an AQA Revision Assessment test on show my homework.

(90 minutes)

 

Monday 22nd June

Design ideas. Students will produce a range of design ideas that satisfy their chosen brief and specification. These will be drawn neatly and rendered.

 

Once drawn they will be annotated with ACCESS FM and added to their coursework.

(120 minutes)

 

Seneca (20 minutes)

Monday 29th June

Design ideas modelling and development. Students will carry out additional research (including feedback from their user) to develop their ideas then start to create a range of developed ideas. At this stage they can start to develop their ideas with physical sketch model or with sketchup.

 

Students will produce 2 development pages supported with research (including component sizes and material research)

(120 minutes)

 

Seneca (20 minutes)

Monday 6th July

Evaluation of design ideas. Pupils will look at all of their designs and evaluate them against their design specification. They will the get their users feedback and develop one final design.

(60 minute)

 

Their final design will be drawn out and rendered. At this stage they will also draw an exploded diagram and explain how they plan to construct the product (materials and techniques)

(60 minutes)

 

Seneca (20 minutes)

Enterprise and Marketing Department 

 

 

Y10 Enterprise & Marketing - Term 6 map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 18 May

LO4 -Understand how to attract and retain customers

SMHW quiz

HALF TERM

Monday 1 June  and Monday 8 June

LO4 -

Understand how to attract and retain customers

 

 

Lesson 1- SMHW quiz on concepts covered so far.

Lesson 2 - Theory on promotions

Lesson 3 – Theory on customer service

Lesson 4 - how to approach an 8 mark question. Walking talking 8 marker. Guided 8 marker.

Lesson 5- Independent 8 marker.

Monday 15 June and Monday 22nd June

LO5 - Understand factors for when starting up a business

Lesson 1 - Starter - SMHW quiz prior knowledge check

Lesson 2 -4 Theory / Misconceptions through a variety of videos and exercises focusing on topics such as:

  1. Forms of ownership
  2. Features of each form of ownership
  3. Legal requirements
  4. Limited and unlimited liability
  5. Sources of capital
  6. Purposes of a business plan
  7. Details in a business plan  

Lesson 5 Plenary - SMHW quiz

 

Monday 29 June

LO6 – Understand different functional areas needed to support a business start-up

Lesson 1 - Starter - SMHW quiz prior knowledge check

Lesson 2 - Theory / Misconceptions through a variety of videos and exercises focusing on topics such as:

  1. Functional areas of a business
  2. Main activities for each functional area

Lesson 3- Plenary - SMHW quiz

Monday 6 July

Walking talking mock.

Lesson 1 -2 Online Revision

Lesson 3 Walking talking mock using examiner feedback from Jan 2020 paper Common misconceptions explained

Monday 13 July

Open book Past paper

Lesson 1-2 Open book exam paper.

Food and Nutrition 

 

Food lesson map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Varied: power points, quizzes, worksheets, videos, practical tasks

Monday 18th May

Commodities

Fats & Sugars

Theory work – Fats & sugars

Practical – Making Millionaires shortbread

End of Topic test - Commodities

 

HALF TERM

Monday 1st June

 

Where Food comes from:

Culinary Traditions

Theory on British, Japanese and Spanish cuisines

Practical – Traditional foreign dishes

Monday 8th June

Food Provenance

Food origins

Theory – how food is farmed, caught & reared

Practical – Traditional British dishes

Monday 15th June

Food Provenance

Environmental Factors

 

Theory – climate, food waste, packaging

Practical – Seasonal cooking – Summer recipes

Monday 22nd June

Food Provenance

Sustainability & Food security

Theory – Fair trade, food miles, GM foods

Practical – Fair trade cooking

Monday 29th June

Where food comes from and food provenance

Revision of key topics

End of topic test

Exam questions

Monday 6th July

Food Manufacturing

Processing food

Theory – Primary & secondary processing. How processing affects ingredients

Practical – Making bread from flour - Pizzas

Monday 13th July

Food Manufacturing

Technological developments & Additives

Theory  - GM foods, fortification & additives

End of topic test - Manufacturing

 

Practical – assessed – Summer Berry Gateau

 

French Department 

French Lesson Map

Week beginning:

TOPIC

Me, my family and friends

TASKS

Wide variety of exercises from Kerboodle (listening, reading, writing & speaking) covering grammar points such as:

Monday 1st June

Ma famille et mes amis

  • revisiting adjectives to describe / adjectival agreement
  • revisiting reflexive verbs

Monday 8th June

La famille et l’amitié

  • direct and indirect object pronouns

Monday 15th June

Tu aimerais te marier?

  • Use of ‘qui, que & dont’ to describe ideal partner and enhance description
  • revision of future tense to outline future plans

Monday 22nd June

Seul ou en couple?

  • en + present participle
  • revision of future tense to outline future plans

Geography Department 

Dear All,

We hope you are all well and in good spirits.

Firstly can we just say how impressed we are with your work ethic over the past two months.  We have completed the first part of our Geography course (Paper 1) and the way in which you all took on the challenge of essentially teaching yourselves the last topic has inspired us!  We have seen at 95% return rate on our quizzes, some excellent answers to the exam questions and some outstanding classwork too from quite a number of students, so well done to you all.

We are writing now just to give you an overview of the remainder of this term as the issue of how and when we will be returning to school this term is currently still unresolved.  Due to this, in Geography, we have taken the decision to use this time to cement our learning of the topics we have covered so far and a rough outline looks something like this:

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 18th May

COASTS

Revision Time

20 Question Quiz

Exam Question

HALF TERM

Monday 1st June

 

CHALLENGE OF NATURAL HAZARDS

Lessons including a wide variety of tasks, videos and exercises covering topics such as:

  •         Tectonic Hazards
  •         Extreme Weather
  •         Climate Change

Monday 8th June

Monday 15th June

Revision Time

20 Question Quiz

Exam Question

Monday 22nd June

LIVING WORLD

Lessons including a wide variety of tasks, videos and exercises covering topics such as:

  •         Ecosystems
  •         Rainforests
  •         Deserts

Monday 29th June

Monday 6th July

Revision Time

20 Question Quiz

Exam Question

This means that we will continue with the current routine of topic – quiz – exam question, something that you have all been so good at so far and it means no more new content this year.  Please use this time wisely to complete the tasks set and use all the other materials available to you such as BBC Bitsize, Seneca and our school website: www.whsgcsegeography.wordpress.com which includes every lesson from the course.

As always if you have any questions or concerns then please let us know.

We look forward to hearing from you all soon.

Kind regards

Mr Habershon & Ms Gannaway

German Department 

 

German lesson map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 1st June

 

Me, my family and friends

 

Relationships revision

Lessons including a wide variety of tasks, skills and exercises covering topics such as:

  • Use of reflexive verbs
  • Learning to distinguish word types
  • Using comparative and superlative adjectives

Monday 8th June

Monday 15th June

Vocab learning

Listening and reading, grammar exercises

Written Exam Question

Monday 22nd June

Marriage/partnership

Lessons including a wide variety of tasks, skills and exercises covering topics such as:

  • revisiting adjectives to describe and use of relative pronouns to describe ideal partner and enhance descriptions
  • revision of future tense to outline future plans
  • pronouns in accusative and dative recap revision of future tense to outline future plans
  • pros and cons of marriage

Monday 29th June

Monday 6th July

Vocab learning

Listening and reading, grammar exercises

Written Exam Question

History Department 

History lesson map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 18th May

Berlin Crisis

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams:

Explain two consequences of the Berlin Crisis (1948-9), for the development of the Cold War, 8 marks)

Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Half Term

Half Term

Half Term

Monday 1st June

 

Arms Race

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams: Explain the importance of the arms race for the development of the Cold War after 1945 (8 marks)

Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Monday 8th June

The Hungarian Uprising

 

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams: Explain two consequences of the Hungarian Uprising

Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Monday 15th June

Cuban Missile Crisis

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams: Write a narrative account analysing the key events which led to the end of the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962). 

Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Monday 15th June

Prague Spring

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams: Explain the importance of the Prague Spring for relations between the USA and the Soviet Union. (8 marks)

Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Monday 22nd June

Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams: Explain two consequences of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan [8]

Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Monday 29th June

Key events of Cold War 1970-1980

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams: Write a narrative account analysing the key events of the Cold War between 1970 and 1980

  1. Détente
  2. The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan (1979)

You must also use information of your own. [8]

 Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Monday 6th July

Gorbachev New Thinking & Cold War

Task 1: Exam question to set & marked on teams: Write a narrative account analysing the key events in the Soviet Union in the years 1989-91

  1. Gorbachev’s ‘New Thinking’.
  2. The fall of the Berlin Wall.

 Task 2: Student make a revision card on topic

Task 3: Germany Seneca questions

Media Department 

Media lesson map 

Week beginning: 

Topic 

Tasks 

Monday 18th May 

Music videos and websites 

  1. Revision Time 

  1. Comparison Table  

  1. Exam Question/s (bronze, silver, gold options) 

Half Term 

Monday 1st June 

  

Non-Examined Assessment 

 

Understanding the brief 

 

*Page numbers refer to the booklet* 

 

  1. Understand the brief: Read pages 1-4 very carefully.  

 

  1. Mind map the different types of thrillers and note down the plot and characters of 3 movie thrillers (p5) 

 

  1. Complete the table about the conventions of DVD covers (p6) 

 

Monday 8th June 

Researching texts: DVD covers and film posters 

  1. Annotate 2 thriller DVD covers (example on p7) 

 

  1. Annotate 2 thriller film posters (example on p8) 

 

*Powerpoint is ideal for this task* 

 

Monday 15th June 

Planning your ideas 

  1. Film idea (p9) 

 

  1. Blurb for the back of your DVD (p10) 

 

Monday 22nd June 

Planning your designs: Part 1 

  1. Rough sketch of DVD cover and film poster 

 

  1. Image planning table (p11) 

 

  1. Production company logo 

 

Monday 29th June 

Planning your designs: Part 2 

  1. Title design 

 

  1. Billing block  

 

  1. Technical specification 

 

  1. Special features 

 

Monday 6th July 

Planning your ideas:  

Statement of Aims 

Write your Statement of Aims 

 

Include information relating to both the DVD and poster as part of a campaign 

This is worth 10 marks and 5% of your overall grade 

 

Monday 13th July 

Research and Planning 

 

  

Catch up week – have you missed anything?  

 

Music Department 

 

 

Music lesson map

Week Beginning:

TOPIC

TASKS

Monday 18th May

Research task:

Artist Case Study

Choose two musicians and research how they work in the Music industry.

Find out how key skills feature in their practice as musicians?

HALF TERM

Monday 1st June

 

Composing using DAW and Performing Skills

2 Lessons including a wide variety of tasks, videos and exercises covering topics such as:

  • How to use an online Digital Audio Workstation to create compositions

Monday 8th June

Monday 15th June

1 lesson Performance rehearsals. This should be spent practicing your instrument and  and filling in the rehearsal diary.  Make a recording and send it to Mr Martin.

Monday 22nd June

Development of Composition skills and Music Theory

Lessons including a wide variety of tasks, videos and exercises covering topics such as:

  • Melodic development
  • Layering
  • Key signatures and modulation

Monday 29th June

Monday 6th July

Performance rehearsals. one lesson should be spent practicing and filling in the rehearsal diary. Please submit a recording of a performance before the end of term,

 

 Performing Arts Department 

Week Commencing

Topic

Tasks

11th May

Component 1 – Exploring the Performing Arts

Rosas Danst Rosas

Lesson 1 – Practical – Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Practical – Contemporary Exercise

Lesson 3  - Theory – D.I.R.T – Complete checklist and improve work

18th May

Lesson 1 – Practical –  Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Theory - E of E key facts and first impression

Half Term

1st June

 

 

 

 

Component 1 – Exploring the Performing Arts – Professional Profiles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Component 1 – Exploring the Performing Arts – E of E Professional Work

 

 

Lesson 1 – Practical –  Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Practical – Set work

Lesson 3 – Theory – E of E – Artistic Director Professional Profile

8th June

Lesson 1 – Practical –  Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Theory – 5 Soldiers Dancer Professional Profile

15th June

Lesson 1 – Practical –  Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Practical – Set work

Lesson 3 – Theory – Rosas Choreographer Professional Profile

22nd June

Lesson 1 – Practical –  Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Theory – E of E Stimulus

29th June

Lesson 1 – Practical –  Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Practical – Set work

Lesson 3 – Theory – E of E Theme

6th July

Lesson 1 – Practical –  Individual Dance Target Improvement

Lesson 2 – Practical – Set work

Lesson 3 -  Theory – E of E Dance Style

PE Department 

 

 MISS FIELD YEAR 10 GCSE PE LESSON SCHEDULE

PAPER 2 REVISION 2020

- Summer Term 2 -

W/C

NUMBER OF LESSONS

Paper

TOPIC

TASK

Mon 11th May.

3

2

2.1.b Commercialisation of physical activity and sport revision

Complete pages 17-21

Mon 18th   May.

2

2

2.1.b Examination questions and revision on Seneca

 

Complete page 22 and submit photo to Miss Field on SMYH

HALF TERM Familiarise yourselves with EverLearner ready for Paper 1 also

Mon 1st June.

3

2

2.1.c Ethical and socio-cultural issues in physical activity and sport revision

Complete pages24-28

Mon 8th June.

2

2

2.1.c Examination questions and revision on Seneca

 

Complete page 29 and submit photo to Miss Field on SMYH

Mon 15th June.

3

2

2.2 Sport Psychology revision

Complete pages 30 - 36

Mon 22nd June.

2

2

2.2 Sport Psychology revision

Complete pages 37-43

Mon 29th June.

3

2

2.2 Sport Psychology examination questions and Seneca revision

Complete page 44 and submit photo to Miss Field on SMYH

Mon 6th July.

2

2

2.3 Health, fitness and well-being revision

Complete pages 45-52

Mon 13th July.

3

2

2.3 Health, fitness and well-being examination questions and Seneca revision

Complete page 53 and submit photo to Miss Field on SMYH

SUMMER HOLIDAYS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MISS FIELD YEAR 10 GCSE PE LESSON SCHEDULE

PAPER 1 NEW CONTENT 2020

- Summer Term 2 -

W/C

NUMBER OF LESSONS

Paper

TOPIC

TASK

Mon 1st June.

3

1

1.1.b Location of major muscle groups

EverLearner 2 x assignments

1/ watch video

2/ test yourself (30 questions)

Mon 8th June.

2

1

1.1.b The role of muscles

EverLearner 2 x assignments

1/ watch video

2/ test yourself (20 questions)

Mon 15th June.

3

1

1.1.b Antagonistic pairs

EverLearner 2 x assignments

1/ watch video

2/ test yourself (30 questions)

Mon 22nd June.

2

1

1.1.b Checkpoint 1 The structure and function of the skeletal system

EverLearner 1st checkpoint to assess your progress on the muscular system

Mon 29th June.

3

1

1.1.c Movement analysis:  Planes and Axes

EverLearner 2 x assignments

1/ watch video

2/ test yourself (22 questions)

Mon 6th July.

2

1

Task 6: Movement analysis: Levers and mechanical advantage

 

EverLearner 2 x assignments

1/ watch video

2/ test yourself (30 questions)

Mon 13th July.

3

1

1.1.c Checkpoint  2 Movement analysis

EverLearner 2nd checkpoint to assess your progress on the movement analysis

SUMMER HOLIDAYS

 

 

 

 

Science Department 

Week by week overview of Science work 

Year 10: 

Week beginning  

Biology  

Chemistry 

Physics 

04/05/20 

Eco systems: 

Lesson 2 - Abiotic and Biotic factors 

Lesson 3 - Carbon cycle 

Using Resources  

Lesson 3 – Potable water 

Lesson 4 – Sewage treatment 

 

11/05/20 

Lesson 4 + 5 - Water Cycle and water pollution 

Lesson 5 + 6 – required practical purifying water 

 

18/05/20 

Lesson 6 + 7 Deforestation & Peat Bog Destruction​ 

Lesson 7 – Reduce, reuse, recycle 

Lesson 8 – Life cycle assessment 

 

Half term 

 

 

 

01/06/20 

Lesson 8 Air pollution and global warming 

L15. Tr. Trophic levels and food chains 

Lesson 9 – Preventing corrosion 

Lesson 10 – materials (alloys, composites, ceramics) 

 

08/06/20 

Lesson 9 + 10 Research task 

Sixteen. Tr. Rate of decomposition 

Lesson 11 – Revision  

Lesson 12 – Topic test 

 

15/06/20 

L10 Adaptation  SA: VOL. L11 Adaptation Animal. 

L17. TR. Factors affecting food security. 

 

Forces  

L1 – Scalars and Vectors 

L2 – Mass vs Weight 

22/06/20 

L12 Adaptation PLant 

L13 Distribution of Organisms. 

L18 Tr. Making food production efficient. 

 

L3 – Resultant Force 

L4 – Balanced and unbalanced forces 

29/06/20 

L14 Distribution of Org PR 

L15? Distribution Of org (exam style questions). 

L19. Tr. Sustainable farming 

 

L5/6 – Terminal Velocity 

06/07/20 

L20. Revision 

L21.Test 

 

L7 – Stopping distances 

L8 – Reaction time 

13/07/20 

How to revise 

How to revise 

How to revise 

Work catch up amnesty. Student can catch up with any lesson missed and get it completed. Or go back and do a better job. 

 

Tr = Triple only content (10x1 and 10y1) 

Spanish Department 

Half term

Monday 1st of June

Planes para el futuro

  • Plans for the future

Lessons including a wide variety of tasks (listening, reading, writing, speaking, translation), videos and exercises covering topics such as:

  • Future partners
  • future relationships
  • qualities in a partner

 

Grammar points:

  • giving opinions in different ways
  • near future tense

 

Monday 8th of June

Monday 15th of June

Revision and preparation for writing assessment (F 90 words / H 150 words)

 

Monday 22nd of June

Las relaciones hoy en día – relationships today

Lessons including a wide variety of tasks (listening, reading, writing, speaking, translation), videos and exercises covering topics such as:

  • relationships and social media
  • long-distance relationships

 

Grammar points:

  • revisiting adjectives to describe and use of que to describe ideal partner and enhance descriptions

 

Monday 29th of June

Monday 6th of July

Revision and preparation for writing assessment (F 90 words / H 150 words)