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    Homework Booklet 2 Y8 Homework Booklet 2 Y8 Document Transcript

    • S A F UVG RVO 1
    • Pupils to spend 10 mins onthese spellings, memorisingthem or working with a partner.Teacher to test them after thetime. OR Word Games (wordsearches – hangman) Week 1 Key spellings 1. You should be careful when dyeing your hair green. Sometimes the dye can be permanent! 2. At school you have different types of education. There is education for your mind and also for your body: physical education! 3. Gavin Henson lost possession of the ball on his own 22-yard line. 4. In Russia, people used to have to queue for hours for bread. 5. It is better to give presents than receive them. 6. “It’s a great relief that you’re OK!” 7. “Remember, remember, the fifth of November …” 8. Your safety is most important in an aircraft. 9. Saturday is the sixth day of the week. “Secondary school is a lot more difficult than primary school!” Maya admitted. 2
    • Pupils to spend 10 mins onthese spellings, memorisingthem or working with a partner.Teacher to test them after the Week 2time. OR Word Games (wordsearches – hangman) Key spellings 1. There was a beautiful flower growing in the garden. 2. The beginning of the story was all about a balloon. 3. ‘I don’t believe a word of that tale,’ Oscar said. 4. I run my own business – a gerbil farm near Newbury. 5. Scientists say that chocolate can prevent diseases. 6. When I was younger I used to climb trees. 7. The chess champion’s concentration was amazing. 8. If you are awake, you are conscious. 9. They named their daughter Chelsea – after the football team. Christmas is definitely on the 25th of December every year. 3
    • Week 3Amazing ADJECTIVESLook at these adjectives. They can all be used to describe your tests.Sort them into the correct column in the table.Stimulating challenging wearisome commonplaceInteresting mundane vital usualBoring ordinary crucialEssential dull monotonousExciting normal necessaryNegative Neutral PositivedullVary your VERBSHow many other words can you think of to replace these verbs? a. go ____________________________________________________________ b. said ___________________________________________________________ c. sleep __________________________________________________________ d. cry ___________________________________________________________ e. walk __________________________________________________________Use Standard EnglishHow would you change these if you were giving a formal presentation? a. This product is really cool _______________________________________________________________ b. I’ll catch you later. _______________________________________________________________ c. I dunno what to suggest. _______________________________________________________________ d. Hi ya! _______________________________________________________________ e. We don’t want to be ripped off. _______________________________________________________________ 4
    • Prepositions Mistakes people make are words like these on by from for with to of in at Week 4 Accept is a verb Prepositions show connections. Except is a preposition They all wanted to ___________ the boy, all __________ Colin.My cat is hiding under the bed. Your coat is on the floor.This poem is by Roald Dahl. Here is a message from the queen. Affect is a verb Effect is a noun Winning the lottery will not ___________ my life.We use me, you, him, her, us, them after prepositions The ___________ of the medicine was immediate.This invitation is for you This invitation is for me.This invitation is for you and me This invitation is for us. Allowed is a verb Aloud is an adverbThis chocolate is for us. This chocolate is for me. Are we ________________ to wear what we want today?Homework – choosing the right preposition Read your poem _________ to the class. 1. They’re always complaining ________ us. Now include all of these words in sentences of your own. 2. We’re hoping _____ good results today. 3. I prefer chocolate ___ fruit. 4. She agrees ______ everything you say. 5
    • NounsA noun is a naming word.But can you remember the rules for making a noun into aplural ?TaskWrite the plural of these nouns; the first one has beendone for you.telephone telephones man ………………………….goose ……………………. dustbin………………………..church ………………………. handle …………………………foot ……………………….. louse …………………………woman …………………………. fox …………………………..fridge ………………………… salmon …………………………..tooth ………………………….. trout ……………………………child ………………………. baby ………………..radio ………………………… potato ………………………….fry …………………………… monkey ………………………..calf ……………………….. half …………………………..dye ……………………. 6
    • Find the plurals of all the words listed below in the grid.The first one has been done for you.cupboard trench moose glass tomato numberwatchfox house dish light statue lady deerThief Benchbaby fry knife kangaroo spy memo leafmouse pianoC U P B O A R D S A S O N A I PL I G H T R S E S U O J L Y SS O I B A B S T H G I L H A J ET X O F K A N G C R O O S D E VE M U N R B V I N K S E X O F AE T S U E I B S E U H O U S F ED S E M I E E V R C H E S H I LS E V B R S N S T O M A T O E SE I E E F E C A U M B E A U H SH P I R S H W A T C I C T S T EC S H S E S S A L G H C U E H SN D T S T I S S A L G S E S I UE I O M A D Y L A D I E S H E OB O E U T A S O O R A G N A K MM E M O S M S E V I N K A N G A 7
    • Find the plurals of all the words listed below in the grid.The first one has been done for you.carpet carpets fly ______ crash _________glove _______ flush _______ mixer ________shampoo _____________ scarf __________copy _______tissue __________ switch __________taxi _______S C A R V E S C A R V EW E X T S E H C T I W GI X U I H C A R T E P RT I C S T P R A C G L FC M U S S M G S L O L SH L S U T I L H I I O EF S E Y E X T E E X V HL S I T P E O S F R A CY I P E R R F L U S H TS T O P A S E V O L G IP O C O C O P Y S T I WF R A C S O O P M A H S 8
    • Week 6Add some picturesCan you think of any similes you can use to describe the following? a. a really fierce deputy headteacher _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ b. a jolly and cheerful footballer _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ c. a huge grey factory _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ d. a small boat out at sea _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ e. a child skiing down a mountain _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Tug at the heart stringCan you change these phrases to make them more emotive? a. Young man hits the old woman. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ b. The Guildford Flames beat their opposition. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ c. When the sun is shining, enjoy a cold drink. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ d. We have to stay inside the house because there is too much snow around. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ e. The old cat tried to catch a bird and failed. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 9