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Drama Gosforth Academy

Drama – Self Assessment

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Geography Gosforth Academy

Politics Worksheet

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English Gosforth Academy

Heroes – Lesson 7

Thurs 25th Sept: Heroes Lesson 7 Poster Analysis • Saying that you will earn glory• Whips up patriotism • Shames you if you’re not a ‘war hero’ • Makes it seem like everyone is doing it • Bright, bold fonts and colours – makes it seem like more of a game than a war • […]

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English Gosforth Academy

Heroes – Lesson 6

Thurs 24th Sept: Heroes Lesson 6 War Violence, bloodshed, death Love Affection, caring, dedication Soldier Marching, patriotism, loyalty Ghost Past, apparition, haunting Hermit Lonely, secretive, solitude Words with connotations “a rush of memories” – outburst, relieved, sorrow “as she clutches the broom” – worried, danger, cautious “I stare at the final proof that Nicole has […]

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Gosforth Central Middle School Science

Photosynthesis – Lesson 1

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Gosforth Central Middle School Science

Leaves

Click below to view my information about leaves (2 pages)!

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French Gosforth Central Middle School

Translation Tests

Click below to view my translation bee tests on Google Docs!

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English Gosforth Central Middle School

How important is it to change the way you speak depending on who you are talking to?

This depends on how strong your regional dialect is, and also who you are talking to. Here are some examples of when it might be important to consider changing your dialect: However, you shouldn’t feel like you have to change the way you speak too much – it’s part of your character. You should be […]

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Geography Gosforth Central Middle School

The Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption

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English Gosforth Central Middle School

Accent and Dialect

What assumptions do you make when you hear the accents above? Where do these assumptions come from? Think about where you might hear the accent(s) in film/TV/entertainment and what you associate these accents with. I associate the Cockney accent with policemen, because of TV shows set in London (like Sherlock). I would associate a Cornish […]