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Please scroll down to see tasks and deadlines for Culture of England and Extended Project electives for Quarter 4. All work can be emailed to me at: pemberton@oursavioracademy.org

 Information to gain a good grade for both electives: Please read each task in your assignment carefully. The task will have a set of bullet points that must be completed. The usual terminology used is: You will need to include, You will need to complete... There are three mark bands. The wording used in each mark band is slightly different that gives guidance to how students will be awarded points. The students have a copy of the full assessment sheet for more clarification. Note -If a student completed all the tasks but they only illustrate a basic understanding/ lack of effort the student could fall into MB1. To move up the mark bands the student needs to show Sound (good) knowledge/ understanding or Comprehensive (detailed) knowledge/ understanding of the given task.

1

Basic knowledge & understanding. Some of the task has been completed

2

Sound knowledge and understanding. Most of the task has been completed

3

Comprehensive knowledge and understanding. All of the task has been completed

 

Mr Pemberton is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Every Thursday at the following times: Culture of England at 11am and Extended Project at 12.pm. An updated link to the Zoom meetings will be posted here.
Will Pemberton is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Extended Project Zoom Meeting
Time: Apr 2, 2020 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/917433245?pwd=KzJHVHc0MENBK1RkOVM3SGpTRFFLQT09

Meeting ID: 917 433 245
Password: 007113

 

 

 

Activities Week Beginning March 30th 

Culture of England:

Culture of England – Tasks D

These are the final tasks for Quarter 4 with all main deadlines. Most tasks will be divided up into bite size chunks but the overall deadlines for the tasks will remain.

Weekly Schedule for Mr Pemberton classes:

Week Beginning: March 23rd

7th- 12th Grade

Tuesday

Activities: Culture of England: 

Newspaper report of Operation Dynamo. After researching into Operation Dynamo you will write a newspaper article from the perspective that you were on the beaches during the evacuation. Your newspaper report will need to include a report of what you saw, heard and experienced whilst on the beach at Dunkirk and any maps/ illustrations of the German army surrounding the British and French soldiers and relevant pictures). Deadline Friday 3rd April

 


Extended Project:

Continue working on your remaining objectives and work to be completed as you highlighted last week.


Time Given

 45 mins for each elective


7th - 12th Grade

Thursday

Activities: Culture of England

  • Remember to send me your Operation Dynamo news article tomorrow - 3rd April.
  • British Bake Off. I am going to post you some English recipes starting off with a Lemon Drizzle Cake. Please let me know if you do not have the ingredients. I will do my best to make the recipes as minimal on ingredients as possible. Once you have baked the cake, take a photo of it and send to me. Part of your challenge is to convert from English measuring scales to American.

Ingredients – Lemon or Orange Drizzle Cake

· 175g caster sugar

· 175g self-raising flour (to make self-raising flour add 1tsp of baking powder to every 100g of normal flour)

· 175g softened butter

· 3 eggs

· Finely grated zest of 1 lemon

· ¾ level tsp baking powder

· For The Lemon Drizzle Topping

· 100g sugar

· Juice of 1 lemon

· Special Bakeware / Equipment

· Electric whisk

· A traybake or roasting, greased and lined

Method

· Preheat the oven to 180ºC, gas 4. Beat together the eggs, flour, caster sugar, butter, baking powder and lemon zest until smooth in a large mixing bowl and turn into the prepared tin.

· Bake in the pre-heated oven for about 40 mins, or until golden brown, shrinking away from the sides of the tin and springy to the touch.

· While the cake is still warm, make the lemon drizzle topping. Mix together the sugar and lemon juice, and pour over the warm cake. Leave to cool a little and loosen the sides of the cake, then lift the cake out of the tin.

DEADLINE FOR YOUR PHOTOS TO BE SENT TO ME: TUESDAY 14TH APRIL

 

Extended Project Elective

Continue working on your remaining objectives and work to be completed as you highlighted last week.

 

Time Given

 45 mins for each elective