If I were the Queen, I would ban baked beans from the world and make cheese free for everyone!
Do you know which form this sentence is written in?
Have a look at this video to find out.
Have a look at this Power Point and see if you can answer the questions.
Write an explanation or a letter to Justin Bieber explaining how to use the subjunctive form correctly. Ensure you include some examples.
In the comment box, write an example of the subjunctive form.
On the graph below there are 34 marked points.
These points all the marked the vertices (corners) of ten hidden squares. Each of the 6 red points is a vertex shared by two squares. The other 28 points are each a vertex of just one square. All of the squares share at least one vertex with another square.
All the squares are different sizes.
There are no marked points on the side of any square, only at the vertices. (There are two near misses!)
Can you find the 10 hidden squares?
In the comment box, include the 4 co-ordinates of one of the squares.
Think about the work that we have completed on dreams and goals over the last few weeks.
Use this to think about how you want your life to look in 10 years time when you are 20/21 years old.
– Do you want to be at University? What will you be studying?
– Do you want to be working? What job will you be doing?
– Where will you live? Northampton, somewhere else in England, or somewhere else in the world?
– Will you have travelled, be planning to travel? Where? When?
– What car will you have?
– What else will you have achieved? GCSE? A Levels? Clubs? Hobbies? etc
Write a letter to yourself or a description explaining what your life will look like in 10 years time.
In the comment box, write 5 things that will have happened between now and 10 years time i.e. I will be at University studying …., I will live in … etc.
Based on yesterday’s shadow lesson, I want you to complete some shadow drawing. Find a place where the sun is shining. This could be the garden or by a window and put some paper down. Place an object to create a shadow (maybe a toy or figure/statue – make it interesting) between the paper and the sun and trace around what you see.