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Year 11

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

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Maths

Starting at one grade below that which the student received in their Mock Examinations, students should work through the booklets provided. If they are struggling with a particular topic, they can visit the website, watch the video and then try again. Once they have finished a booklet they can then mark their own work using the answers provided. For each Tier of entry there is also a set of three Examination Papers (with mark schemes) for students to access.

If they are unsure of how to answer a question or have any questions, then they can email their teacher for guidance.

Foundation Tier

Higher Tier

English

  1. If a student is working from home before 1/4/20, they should work through either the Jane Eyre revision booklet or the A Christmas Carol revision booklet, depending on which text they’ve studied.
  2. Following this, they should work through the Power & Conflict revision booklets. There are different ones available for Sets 1-3 & Sets 4-6.
  3. After this, they can work through the Unseen Poetry practice booklet.
  4. There is also an English Language P1 booklet they can dip in and out of to break the above up.
  5. There are lots more resources on the Student Shared area which students can use to supplement this if they wish.

    Jane Eyre or Christmas Carol
    Power & Conflict Revision
    Unseen Poetry
    English Language P1
 

Science

Ongoing – Activelearn revision tasks – 9 tasks for Biology, Chemistry and Physics

Activelearn is www.pearsonactivelearn.com

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

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

Before Easter Holidays – 3 exam papers (2019 paper 2 examinations) under exam conditions (no revision guides)

Ongoing - Exam Practice papers

Mark 2019 examination papers and practice questions.

Use student topic checklists to review skills.  These are saved on the school network (available through the Learning Platform) student shared/science/edexcelrevisionchecklist.

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. 

Mock Papers


Ongoing Exam Practice


Mark Schemes
These will be uploaded shortly.

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History

This link will take students to all the resources which they will need to complete their final Elizabeth unit (powerpoints; pdf worksheets; mini-quiz):

https://www.tes.com/lessons/rNJHbHnHpApP7g/year-11

 

Geography

1.  Start Section C of Unit 2 The Challenge of Resource Management

  1. There are 10 lessons in here to complete in the following order.

    L1        The global distribution of resources

    L2        Provision of food in the UK

    L3         Provision of water in the UK

    L4        Provision of energy in the UK

    L5        Water Management Global water supply

    L6        The Impact of water insecurity

    L7        How can water supply be increased

    L8        The Lesotho Highland water Project

    L9        Sustainable water supplies

    L10      The Wakel River Basin project

    2.  REVISION for Paper 1 – Unit 1 – Living with the Physical Environment

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    3.  REVISION for Paper 2 – Unit 2 – Challenges in the Human Environment
  3. 4.  Students have a pack of Exam Papers (x3) and a mark scheme to work through practice questions.

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French

Listening

Foundation and Higher papers with mark schemes and transcripts. Complete and mark. 

1.  Use your purple revision guide (Pearsons) for listening practice and use your scanning app.
2.  Use the CD and exam practicxe paper in your CGP complete Revision and Practice Guide.

Speaking

  1. “ Speaking” Folder

Use “Teachit Success at Speaking GCSE French” doc.Tasks at Foundation / Higher. Answers provided. Cover all topics in the Role-Play and Photo Card sections

2. GENERAL CONVERSATION learn your three themes off by heart.

  1. Practise Speaking Exam questions, see the 2018 and 2019 folders with all exam tasks and teachers’ answers.

Paper copies of DHS Speaking toolkits:

  • General Conversation
  • RP
  • Photo Card

Scan your phone on the above and listen to the speaking conversations.

Individual appointments through Skype to be made with teacher for practice if possible


Reading

  1. Use your purple revision guide (Pearsons) for Reading practice
  2. www.languagesonline.org.uk - “Français”

GCSE Reading Practice Questions, Complete all tasks 1-6

  1. Use the DHS Literary Skills Toolkits

    Writiing and Translation
  2. Use “Teachit Success at Writing GCSE French” doc.

    Tasks at Foundation/Higher.

    Answers provided.

Use the mat tense for revision

Use the complex structures check list

  1. Complete the papers, read through the suggested answers in the marks schemes.

    Email your teacher your 40/90/150 word writing tasks for us to mark.

Use the Translation folder to work through the 8 selected topics.

  1. The other tasks cover a variety of tenses.

    Use the Writing exam practice paper in your CGP complete Revision and Practice Guide.

    Use the DHS Writing Skills /Translation skills Toolkits

    Use your purple revision guide (Pearsons) for Writing practice and use your scanning app.
 

PE

Work should be focussed on revising for your main exam in May.

  • - New specification whole theory revision (look at the relevant topics)
  • - Developing good exam technique (a PowerPoint giving some key advice on exam technique)
  • - Revision flash cards (summary of the key topics).
  • - 5 a-day revision questions.

You will also have revision guides and work booklets that you can look at.

The BBC Bitesize website also has some good revision bits on. Choose the Edexcel exam board.

PDF icon  Circuit Training

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

 

RE

You are all covering Judaism at the moment. We have a bit more work to do on this and one more topic to cover. For now, we want you to focus on completing the Judaism topic and want you to do the following:

1. Dependant on where you are in the course, find the relevant textbook pages in the folder and complete the tasks on all of the pages you have yet to cover. For each of the issues (e.g. Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Funerals, Rosh Hashanah), you need to be confident that you know:

  • What it is (define key words)
  • Why it is important for Jews (including reference to teachings/quotes)
  • How different Jews follow/mark these events/rules
  • How following/marking these events/rules impacts on a Jew’s life
  1. You have been given Revision Booklets getting you to recall definitions and quotes connected to those key terms. Work through these booklets.
  2. You have been given Revision Cards for the Judaism Practices unit. Complete these. If you have not got these, they are in a file below for you to download and use.
  3. Below you will find a file called ‘GCSE RE Revision Booklet’. This contains all of the information booklets you have been given, but at the back, there is a range of activities – complete these.

 

Additionally, if you have misplaced (or been absent from lessons) revision cards from any of the previous topics, they are all in the folder, so you could print these and complete them.

There is also a document with a huge range of exam questions for Christianity, that you could choose some from and answer.

DT

RM - 

  1. Students are to work on their NEA paper work and get as much completed as possible – they can hand draw elements and then we can scan them in upon return to school if this is stopping them from moving on.
  2. Students to revise for their written paper / theory. There are past papers together with mark schemes below.  Students can self mark if wanting to check work.
  3. There are also revision cards for different topics which students can use.

 

Textiles - 

Revise for the exam using the powerpoints. Concentrate on powerpoints you have NOT covered first and then revisit the more familiar topics.

There are also revision cards for different topics which students can use.

 

Food & Nutrition -

Revise for the exam using the powerpoints. Concentrate on powerpoints you have NOT covered first and then revisit the more familiar topics.

Spanish

  • Learn speaking exam answers for Themes 1, 2 and 3
  • Go through revision materials provided for each unit of work
  • Create own revision wordmaps/spider diagrams on each unit
  • Past papers are available for students to practice exam technique.

Examination Papers

 



Art

You must complete the task list to be ready for the Art exam. Please do all work in your exam sketchbook. Please make sure you complete the list, filling in any gaps. You may also have post it notes to finish. Make sure you look at the higher mark tasks and complete these where possible. The exam board are looking for quality and quantity. You cannot add too much! Please be ready for starting the final piece in the exam after Easter.

Word icon  Examination Task List - to complete fully 

Computing

COMP1

  1. Students need to spend at least 70 minutes each week to revise for COMP1.
    1. Revision videos for all topics on COMP1 are available in the student shared area/Computing/Mr Geronimo/GCSE Computer Science/COMP1. The videos are also available on YouTube (search for “Craig N Dave OCR GCSE Computer Science”).
    2. Summarise each topic that you watched using your COMP1 Revision Booklet.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0HzEBLlJxlrwBAHJ5S9JQg

COMP2

  1. Students need to spend at least 80 minutes each week to revise for COMP2.
  2. You will be given Python programming challenges via the website repl.it.
  3. You can submit your work and Mr Geronimo who will be able to give you feedback via the website.

COMP2 website – www.repl.it

Drama

  1. Re-read ‘DNA’ and use the revision materials below
    1. Make notes on every character so you have a full understanding of all
  2. Use the Practice Papers – stick to timings
    1. Access mark scheme after doing each paper
    2. If possible, upload your responses onto shared area or email to Mr Hardcastle
  3. Update Live Notes on ‘Macbeth’ or ‘The Lovely Bones’
  4. Attempt timed practice of Section B Questions – all on PowerPoint

HSC 

1.  Complete your coursework:

If you have any coursework that needs re-doing complete this also. I will contact the few individuals to whom this applies.

2.  If you have completed your filming and have had your feedback from me you only need to write your report

If you have completed your filming and not yet had your feedback from me I will email this to you

If you have not yet completed your filming you will have to email me a film you have done at home, I will then send you feedback

Care values

Empowerment and promoting independence

Empowerment is when you feel in control of your life. Empowerment is important for individuals using health and social care services. It allows them to make choices about treatment and services.

Independence is about having control of our life, being able to do things for ourselves, and not relying on others. When people lose part or all of their independence it is important to be patient with them. There may be a temptation to do everything you can for them – for example, feed them, dress them, wash them and talk on their behalf. Instead, the individual needs to be given tools to do what they can for themselves and express their wishes.

Respect for others

People working in the health and care services must treat service users with respect. They should use a respectful tone and respect other’s personal space. Some individuals may prefer to be addressed more formally being called Mr or Mrs. People’s choices should be respected and they should be treated as individuals.

It seems that most people are very quick to judge others and form opinions. Respect is about trying to reach an understanding of someone else’s views and opinions. It is about being tolerant of others, accepting their views and accepting and keeping an open mind about different behaviours and faiths.

Maintaining confidentiality

Health and social care workers can keep information private by:

  • Not sharing information with people who do not need to know
  • Being aware of who is around them when talking about private matters
  • Not sharing information with other service users
  • Keeping written information in a safe place away from prying eye
  • Being careful not to share passwords for anything
  • Changing passwords regularly
  • Shutting down applications and logging off when online work is complete
  • Being careful when using social media

If a worker thinks they have breached confidentiality they should tell a supervisor.

Preserving dignity

Demonstrating dignity

  • Using appropriate equipment for the individual – for example adult feeding utensils
  • Involving the person in their own care
  • Helping the person go to a toilet/bathroom
  • Checking with the person what they like to be called
  • Giving the person the time they need
  • Making the person feel valued
  • Closing doors and curtains when an individual is washing, bathing and going to the toilet
  • Keeping their private areas covered
  • Using professional language and speaking quietly when discussing personal, sensitive things so that others cannot overhear
  • Making sure an individual’s clothes are clean
  • Dealing with embarrassing situations sensitively and professionally.

 

Effective communication

An effective care worker will be able to adapt their communication style to suit the situation and make service users feel respected.

How to show you value a person through communication:

  • Show you are interested – verbally and non-verbally
  • Do not judge
  • Show empathy
  • Use active listening skills
  • Adapt communication to meet the need of the person
  • Give appropriate eye contact, but do not stare
  • Ask questions
  • Give the person time to understand and respond
  • Display open body language
  • Use their name
  • Be positive
  • Smile

 

Safeguarding and duty of care

Safeguarding is about keeping people safe from harm.

  • Service users have a right to be safe.
  • Care workers have a legal duty to protect service users.
  • If a carer understands the signs of danger and harm, they will be able to protect their service users. This includes recognising and reporting the signs and symptoms of abuse.

Duty of care

Care workers must work in ways that never put individuals at any risk of harm. They need to know the responsibilities of their role and only do things they were trained to do. Their duty of care to safeguard people means that they:

  • Know their role and responsibilities
  • Follow all procedures properly
  • Deliver care as the individual care plan states
  • Always report and record any concerns about an individual, even if it appears minor.

 

Promoting anti-discriminatory practice

There are many ways of promoting anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care, for example:

  • Having patience with others who do not speak English very well
  • Communicating in a way that the person will understand
  • Showing tolerance towards people who have different beliefs from you
  • Respecting the health and care choices that individuals make
  • Not getting involved in the discriminatory behaviour that others show
  • Challenging unkind behaviour

Working in an anti-discriminatory way will demonstrate that you value a person and their differences.

 

  

Film Studies 

1.  Students are to work their way through the pack of A3 sheets on Submarine, doing all of the activities that you can.  Students have paper copies of all these.

2.  Work through Submarine documents below.

3.  Pick priority areas in your revision between the last two films and make sure you have thoroughly revised Technical terminology, District 9, Tsotsi and Technical Terms - documents below.

4.  Go back over and do any work not yet done in the revision booklet below for Component 1.

Music

Use your copy of the Edexcel Revision guide by Paul Terry; all students have this. Read through each set work and complete tests at the end.

Work through the CGP revision book, completing the tests and using the attached audio files for the listening tests.

Then work through the CGP listening test booklet again using the attached audio files.

Wider listening diary. Students to choose any piece of music that is similar to one of their set works (composed in the same period and/or for the same instruments and/or in the same style). Complete the similarities and differences, focusing on specific musical elements as we do in our wider listening work in class.

CGP Listening and Revision, Audio Files and Test Booklet

Edexcel Revision Guide

Wider Listening Diary

 

Business 

  1. Complete 2.5 learning using the following PPT’s

Lesson 1:   2.5.1 Different ways of working

Lesson 2:   2.5.2 How businesses recruit people

Lesson 3:   2.5.2 Job roles and responsibilities

Lesson 4:   2.5.3 Effective training and development

Lesson 5:   2.5.4 Motivation and Payment Systems

  1. All Year 11 pupils have been given a pack of practice examination – Theme 1 Papers to complete. Work through the lessons above plus 1 x Paper for HW a week
  2. Only once all of the above has been completed, students can revise from the PRE EXAM DAY Theme 1 and PRE EXAM DAY Theme 2 PowerPoints.

Where is the resource?

Student Shared/Business

5 Making Human Resource Decisions – all files for each lesson above are there

PRE EXAM DAY Theme 1

PRE EXAM DAY Theme 2