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Year 9A Homeroom Teacher:  Emma Healy

9A Science - Rochelle Taylor

Rochelle Taylor

Term 2 Week 7-10

Task 1: Revise for Physics test on Tuesday 11th June

Use handouts from class and outline of topics covered for revision

Task 2: Car Safety Assignment

- assignment sheet and resource sheet attached

Set Date: Thursday 6th June

Due Date: Thursday 27th June (presentations in class)


9 Physics Revision attached:

Term 1 Car Safety Assignment:

 Resource Sheet for Car Safety Assignment:

Any questions can be emailed to rochelle.taylor@essington.nt.edu.au

 
9A English - Emma Healy

Term 2, Week 6/7

Class: 9A

Teacher: E. Healy

Subject: English

Set Date:  Monday Week 6

Due Date:  Monday Week 7/Friday Week 7

Tasks:

  1. Spelling List 6 and 7
  2. Draft of Essay – main paragraphs (suggestion is to work on them each evening after we study the specific scenes in class). Draft of main paragraphs due on Monday of Week 7.
  3. Final Essay due on Friday week 7 (to be confirmed)  
  4. End of term spelling test (Monday of Week 9) 

9A Humanities - Adam Roth
Week 9-10
Set Date:  Thursday 14/06
Task:  Civil Rights Essay
Rough Draft Due: 28/06 - Send via email to adam.roth@essington.nt.edu.au 
Final Copy Due: Monday 29/07

9A MATHS – Terri Woodlock

Week 6/7

Set date:              Tuesday, Week 6

Due date:             Monday, Week 7

Task 1:   Finish exercises in sections 14A and 14B of your textbook.

Task 2:   Check Microsoft Teams General Conversation for the class code to Khan Academy.  Create your account and join the class.  Homework tasks will be assigned through this website for the Coordinate Geometry topic, so check for updates regularly.  Also, feel free to explore the site a little bit… loads of cool things to learn in there!


YEAR 9 JAPANESE (Elective) – Terri Woodlock

Week 6/7

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 6

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 7

Task 1:   Finish Hobby Movie script and “Share” with teacher at terri.woodlock@ntschools.net  

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.

Week 7/8

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 7

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 8

Task 1:   Finish filming and editing Hobby Movie ready for our film festival during Week 8’s lesson.

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.


Year 9B Homeroom Teacher:  Bevan O'Reilly


9B Humanities – Adam Roth

Week: 9-10

Set date: Thursday 14/06

Task: Civil Rights Essay

Rough Draft Due: Friday 28/06 – Send via email to adam.roth@essington.nt.edu.au 

Final Copy Due: Monday 29/07



9B English: Teacher: E. Healy

Term 2, Week 6/7

Class: 9B

Teacher: E. Healy

Subject: English

Set Date:  Monday Week 6

Due Date: Friday Week 6/ Tuesday Week 7

Tasks:

  1. Spelling List 6 and 7
  2. Draft of essay – main paragraphs (suggestion is to work on them each evening after we study the specific scenes in class). Draft of main paragraphs due on Tuesday of Week 7
  3. Final Essay due on Monday week 8 (to be confirmed)
  4. End of term spelling test (Monday of Week 9)



Subject: Mathematics - Nasreen Ghani

Given on week 6 Tuesday

Due on week 7 Tuesday


Task 1- Maths Mate Week 6

Task 2-

9B and 9E

Page 222, 14A Q 3,4,5

Page 224, 14B Q 5,6,7

Page 226, 14C Q,7,8,9

Maths Support

Tuesdays 2:45-3:30

Maths support Mondays (Ms Woodlock) and Thursdays (Mr McPherson)

Year 9 Maths revision with Ms Howard Thursdays 3-4pm in 8E


Set on Tuesday wk 8

Due on Monday wk 9


Review set 14A and 14B

Maths mate Sheet 7


9B Science- Subject Teacher: Bevan O'Reilly



YEAR 9 JAPANESE (Elective) – Terri Woodlock

Week 6/7

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 6

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 7

Task 1:   Finish Hobby Movie script and “Share” with teacher at terri.woodlock@ntschools.net  

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.


Week 7/8

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 7

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 8

Task 1:   Finish filming and editing Hobby Movie ready for our film festival during Week 8’s lesson.

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.


Year 9C Homeroom Teacher:  Stefanie Barbera

Year 9C  English - Stefanie Barbera  

Term 2, Week 6/7

Date given: Tuesday 28th May (Wk 6)

Date due: Friday 14th June (Wk8)

Tasks:

  1. Spelling: Study week 6 spelling list (test on Friday 7th June, Wk 7) and Week 7 Spelling list (test on Friday 14th June, Wk 8)
  2. Jurassic Park essay: Please commence working on your essay draft on the film Jurassic Park. Your draft is due on Friday the 7th of June (Wk 7). Your final task is due Friday the 14th June (Wk 8). Ensure you complete the plagiarism declaration, and submit your essay with your draft


Jurassic Park Analysis Assessment 2019 doc

-2018 samples for Jurassic Park essay elements pdf

-Jurassic Park analytical essay ppt

-Sample paragraph – Jurassic park essay (2) doc

-General reminders for analytical essays handout doc


Term 2, Week 8

Date given: Friday 14th June (Wk 8)

Date due: Friday 21st June (Wk 9)

Tasks:

  1. Spelling: Study week 8 spelling list (test on Friday 21st June, Wk 9)
  2. Successful English: Please complete Grammar unit 14 “Coordinating conjunctions” (page 15) and unit 15 “Subordinating conjunctions” (page 16) due Friday 21st.  
  3. End of term literacy test: Please begin to revise and practice for your end of term test, held on Monday the 24th June (Wk 10). The task notification with details of the assessment can be found here.



9C SCIENCE – Tina Nugent

Term 2 Week 8

Set date: Friday 14th June

Task 1: Education Perfect: Hypothesising

Due Date: Friday 21st June 8am

Time required: 53 minutes

Log in: ESDfirstnamesecondname

Password: defaulted to first name

Task 2: Assignment: Car safety (see attachment)

Draft due: Thursday 20th June

Final: Thursday 27th June




9C – Humanities -  Chanelle Swanepoel

15 May 2019 - Humanities Research Report Assignment – Distributed

22 May 2019 – Humanities Research Report Assignment – Draft Due

29 May 2019 - Humanities Research Report Assignment – Final Report Submitted (No late submissions allowed)

See attached assignment:



9C Mathematics – Estia Sales

Term 2 Week 7

Written work: Coordinate Geometry

Complete sheet T2W7 – attached                                            

Given: Tuesday Week 7

Due: Tuesday Week 8

Mathspace – Revision

Complete Revision Week 7 (Expand Factorise Equations and inequalities)

Given: Tuesday Week 7

Due: Monday Week 8

Assessment: Test 5

Week 8

Coordinate Geometry (Chapter 14)

Review Sets 14A 14B

Practice test


Term 2 Week 8

Written homework

None

Mathspace – Revision

None

Assessment: Test 5

Monday Week 9

Coordinate Geometry (Chapter 14)

Revision material:

  • Review Sets 14A 14B
  • Practice test

Maths Support

Tuesdays 2:45-3:30

(no Maths support by Mrs Sales in Week 8)

Maths support Mondays (Ms Woodlock) and Thursdays (Mr McPherson)

Year 9 Maths revision with Ms Howard Thursdays 3-4pm in 8E



YEAR 9 JAPANESE (Elective) – Terri Woodlock

Week 6/7

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 6

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 7

Task 1:   Finish Hobby Movie script and “Share” with teacher at terri.woodlock@ntschools.net  

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.


Week 7/8

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 7

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 8

Task 1:   Finish filming and editing Hobby Movie ready for our film festival during Week 8’s lesson.

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.




Year 9D Homeroom Teacher: Shannon Masters

Year 9D English - Stefanie Barbera

Term 2 Week 6/7

Date given: Tuesday 28th May (Wk 6)

Date due: Friday 14th June (Wk 8)

Tasks:

  1. Spelling: Study week 6 spelling list (test on Friday 7th June, Wk 7) and Week 7 Spelling list (test on Friday 14th June, Wk 8
  2. Jurassic Park essay:  Please commence working on your essay draft on the film Jurassic Park. Your draft is due on Friday the 7th of June (Wk 7). Your final task is due Friday the 14th June (Wk 8). Ensure you complete the plagiarism declaration, and submit your essay with your draft


-Jurassic Park Analysis Assessment 2019 doc

-2018 samples for Jurassic Park essay elements pdf

-Jurassic Park analytical essay ppt

-Sample paragraph – Jurassic park essay (2) doc

-General reminders for analytical essays handout doc


Please see here for our 9D class notes on the 3 scenes:


Term 2, Week 8

Date given: Friday 14th June (Wk 8)

Date due: Friday 21st June (Wk 9)

Tasks:

  1. Spelling: Study week 8 spelling list (test on Friday 21st June, Wk 9)
  2. Successful English: Please complete Grammar unit 14 “Coordinating conjunctions” (page 15) and unit 15 “Subordinating conjunctions” (page 16) due Friday 21st.   
  3. End of term literacy test: Please begin to revise and practice for your end of term test, held on Monday the 24th June (Wk 10). The task notification with details of the assessment can be found here.


9D MATHEMATICS – Nasreen Ghani

Week 6 Term 2

Page 222, 14A Q 3,4,5

Page 224, 14B Q 5,6

Page 226, 14C Q 6,7

Maths Support

Tuesdays 2:45-3:30

Maths support Mondays (Ms Woodlock) and Thursdays (Mr McPherson)

Year 9 Maths revision with Ms Howard Thursdays 3-4pm in 8E


9 D Humanities - Chanelle Swanepoel

14 May 2019 - Humanities Research Report Assignment – Distributed

21 May 2019 – Humanities Research Report Assignment – Draft Due

28 May 2019 - Humanities Research Report Assignment – Final Report Submitted (No late submissions allowed)

See attached assignment:



9D SCIENCE – Tina Nugent

Term 2 Week 8

Set date: Friday 14th June

Task 1: Education Perfect: Hypothesising

Due Date: Friday 21st June 8am

Time required: 53 minutes

Log in: ESDfirstnamesecondname

Password: defaulted to first name

Task 2: Assignment: Car safety (see attachment)

Draft due: Thursday 20th June

Final: Thursday 27th June




YEAR 9 JAPANESE (Elective) – Terri Woodlock

Week 6/7

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 6

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 7

Task 1:   Finish Hobby Movie script and “Share” with teacher at terri.woodlock@ntschools.net  

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.


Week 7/8

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 7

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 8

Task 1:   Finish filming and editing Hobby Movie ready for our film festival during Week 8’s lesson.

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.


                                                                                                                            

Year 9E Homeroom Teacher: Adam Roth

9E Humanities – Adam Roth

Week: 9-10

Set date: Thursday 14/06

Task: Civil Rights Essay

Rough Draft Due: Friday 28/06 – Send via email to adam.roth@essington.nt.edu.au 

Final Copy Due: Monday 29/07



9E English – Subject Teacher: Karlie Weinert

Week 8/9

Tasks:

  1. Spelling: Study Spelling List 9 (test on Friday 21 June) plus write 10 sentences from the spelling list.
  2. Successful English - Grammar: Complete Grammar Unit 15 “Subordinating conjunctions” (page 16) and Grammar Unit 16 “Conjunctions and commas” (page 17)
  3. Successful English – Spelling: Complete Spelling Unit 11 “ious and uous suffixes” (page 48) and Spelling Unit 12 “ible suffixes” (page 17)
  4. End of term literacy test: Please begin to revise and practice for your end of term test, held on Tuesday 25 June (Wk 10). Please see attached task notification with details of the assessment.

Week 7

Tasks:

  1. Spelling: Study Spelling List 8 (test on Friday 14 June) plus write 10 sentences from the spelling list.
  2. Term 2 Assignment: Complete your final analytical essay on Jurassic Park.

Essay must be:

**Bring your devices to school on Friday (Week 7) Tuesday & Wednesday (Week 8) to work on this in class**

Please see below hyperlinks of useful documents and PowerPoints to assist you:


    1. Assessment Task Sheet
    2. Essay Planner
    3. Assessment Task PowerPoint
    4. Essay Examples

Access OneNote via Office365 for all the film studies content we have covered this term including links to helpful videos on film techniques.

(Check your NT Schools email account for the link to OneNote. To access your NT Schools webmail / Office 365 it’s the same username and password that you use to log on to the school computers/wifi. Please email/see me if you are still experiencing any difficulties accessing this.)



9E MATHEMATICS – Nasreen Ghani

Given on week 6 Tuesday

Due on week 7 Tuesday


Task 1- Maths Mate Week 6

Task 2-

9B and 9E

Page 222, 14A Q 3,4,5

Page 224, 14B Q 5,6,7

Page 226, 14C Q,7,8,9

Maths Support

Tuesdays 2:45-3:30

Maths support Mondays (Ms Woodlock) and Thursdays (Mr McPherson)

Year 9 Maths revision with Ms Howard Thursdays 3-4pm in 8E



9E – Mathew Coggan - Science




YEAR 9 JAPANESE (Elective) – Terri Woodlock

Week 6/7

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 6

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 7

Task 1:   Finish Hobby Movie script and “Share” with teacher at terri.woodlock@ntschools.net  

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.


Week 7/8

Set date:              Wednesday, Week 7

Due date:             Wednesday, Week 8

Task 1:   Finish filming and editing Hobby Movie ready for our film festival during Week 8’s lesson.

Task 2a: Revise characters learned so far in preparation for Character Test in Week 8.

Task 2b: Katakana Challenge students should research at least 10 foreign words and analyse how they have been written in katakana.  Try to formulate rules for how katakana represents the different sounds in English.