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Good afternoon 5.2,
It was great to see even more of you in our joint form session on Zoom last Thursday. Please find some English work attached for this week.
Please can you send me your completed work by Friday?
If you are in school, there may be staff who are able to support you.
Please do let me or one of your TAs know if you need any help.
Have a good few days until we next meet 🙂
Good morning 5.2 😊
It was great to see so many of you last week at the joint Zoom with 5.1/5.2! I really enjoyed hearing how you have been and learning of some of the positives about your time at home. Your task for this week is below. Please email me, Maxine or Najeeb if you need any help.
Have a great day!
Good Morning 5.2 – I hope you and your families are well? This week’s task for The Prince’s Trust Award is: 1.1 – ask a family member to take a photo of you demonstrating really good body language (smiling, good eye contact, shaking hands etc) 1.2 – ask a family member to take a photo of you demonstrating really bad body language (not looking at the person you are talking to, frowning, arms folded etc) Please try and email me your photos by Friday 26th June email@example.com
Good morning 5.2!
Please find some more tasks focused on Holes below. Read the tasks and send me an email with your answers. If you need help, please ask!
Read the short extract from Holes where Stanley is introduced to some of the other boys at Camp Green Lake:
“That’s Alan,” said Mr. Pendanski.
“My name’s not Alan,” the boy said. “It’s Squid. And that’s X-Ray.”
“Hey,” said X-Ray. He smiled and shook Stanley’s hand. He wore glasses, but they were so dirty that Stanley wondered how he could see out of them.
Mr. Pendanski told Alan to go to the Rec Hall and bring the other boys to meet Stanley. Then he led him inside the tent.
There were seven cots, each one less than two feet from the one next to it.
“Which was Lewis’s cot?” Mr. Pendanski asked.
“Barf Bag slept here,” said X-Ray, kicking at one of the beds.
“All right, Stanley, that’ll be yours,” said Mr. Pendanski.
Stanley looked at the cot and nodded. He wasn’t particularly thrilled about sleeping in the same cot that had been used by somebody named Barf Bag.
Come up with a nickname for yourself (you may already have one) and try to explain why it is appropriate/ what it tells others about you.
Do you think Stanley feels at home at Camp Green Lake? Please explain your ideas.
Think of a place where you feel at home/ comfortable and try to explain why it is a place of comfort to you.