Year 11 a by 2mz1O10

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									Scheme of Work Summary 2011-12
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          Subject                        Autumn Term                                                   Spring Term                                            Summer Term
Art                  Continue individual projects selected at the end of       Beginning of January- issue date of “live” GCSE paper.     Review of all portfolio work and additional
                     Year 10.                                                  Students select their topic and begin preparation during   improvements.
                     Complete by December.                                     mock exam week.
                                                                               Tutorials allow for a personal programme of preparatory
                                                                               work.
                                                                               10 hours controlled assessment during last week of term.
Biology              Cell Transport (Osmosis ISA)                              Enzymes                                                    Revision
                     Genetics                                                  Energy and food chains                                     Exam
                     Homeostasis                                               Waste and cycles
Careers              Year 11: ISCO Interviews, receipt of Individual ISCO      Continued                                                  Professional Development-Emma Goodman CV
                     Profiles and log-in details for individual areas on the                                                              writing skills in preparation for Work experience,
                     ISCO 'myfuturewise' website. Internal Presentations                                                                  presentations to introduce the Year 12 Work
                     on AS/A2 Careers Option Choice Management with                                                                       experience Scheme
                     focus on requirements for university courses,
                     distribution of Year 11 King's High School Careers
                     Handbook to develop self-assessment and career
                     planning techniques-in preparation for Sixth Form
                     Open Evening + information on wide range of careers
                     resources-software and literature in the Careers
                     Resources Area. Individual interviews with careers
                     advisors in school with follow-up interviews when
                     needed.
Chemistry            Structure and bonding initial test. Girls to get over     School Examination                                         Revision and trial papers
                     50% or redo it.                                           Electrolysis
                     Rates of reactions                                        Acids and alkalis
                     Moles                                                     Preparation of salts
                     Enthalpy changes                                          ISA
                                                                               Reversible reactions
Design Technology    Individual major practical project.                       Continued.                                                 Evaluation of practical work.
                     Theory and knowledge of processes and techniques.         Practical project deadline end of term.                    Revision of theory and preparation for the written
                     Advanced presentation skills including the use of                                                                    paper.
                     graphics software.
Drama                Introduction to play text                                 Introduction to theme                                      Ongoing rehearsal.
                     Practical response to ways in which directors,            Collaborative group work developing performance            Performance or presentation-.
                     designers & performers communicate meaning                [scripted/ devised/ combination], either as performer or   Introduction to AS course.
                     through the medium of drama, using drama                  performance support.                                       Practical trust exercises & interpretation of sample
                     strategies.                                               Ongoing evaluation.                                        text.
                     Exploration of staging, characters, context.
                     Recording of practical exploration.
                     Written response to practical exploration under
                     controlled conditions.

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English Language     Completion of Extended Reading Controlled                Preparation for Language exam, focus on Reading and            Revision for Language Examination.
                     Assessment in response to set Exploring Cultures text.   Writing Skills.
                     Completion of fourth Speaking and Listening              Completion of fifth Speaking and Listening Controlled
                     Controlled Assessment.                                   Assessment.
English Literature   Preparation for Exploring Modern Texts paper, study      Preparation for Exploring Modern Texts paper, study of set     Revision for Exploring Modern Texts examination and
                     of set text for Exploring Cultures.                      drama text.                                                    Poetry Across Time examination.
                     Preparation for Poetry Across Time paper,                Preparation for Poetry across Time paper, completion of
                     introduction to Anthology / continuation of              Anthology and revision of how to approach unseen poetry.
                     approaches to unseen poetry.
Food Technology      Continue with work on the controlled assignment.         Complete the controlled assignment.                            Complete revision work - exploring work done in Year
                     Girls will be analysing the research done and using      Work on the design task for the examination. AQA, the          10 and using a variety of techniques for revision.
                     this to develop a product. They will experiment          examination board, sets a theme for this e.g. fish products,
                     through practical and investigational work with          a savoury bread and dip and girls prepare for this with
                     thorough sensory testing and evaluation in order to      practical work and practice at answering a range of design
                     answer the chosen design brief.                          questions.
French               Discussing jobs and money.                               Talking about food and drink.                                  Grammar and vocabulary revision.
                     Talking about a part time job.                           Parts of the body and describing symptoms and illnesses.       Examination practice for reading and listening
                     Writing a CV and preparing for job interviews.           Describing past illnesses and accidents.                       papers.
                     Applying for jobs.                                       Finding remedies and solutions.
                     Discussing problems at work.                             Discussing healthy lifestyle.
                     Describing and evaluating work experience.               Discussing addiction and other problems.
                     Talking about holiday venues.                            Talking about family relationships and giving views about
                     Describing the weather past, present and future.         marriage and partnerships.
                     Planning a dream holiday.                                Discussing world issues.
                     Describing a holiday destination.                        Talking about problems in your area.
                     Eating out.                                              Discussing the environment.
                     Describing and evaluating a past holiday.                Talking about environmental projects.
                                                                              Understanding news stories.
                                                                              General revision and exam strategies.
Geography            Tourism including growth of extreme tourism in           Restless Earth continued                                       Revision of all topics, examination technique and
                     Antarctica and decline of UK coastal resorts             The Development Gap including fair trade and development       skills
                     Controlled Assessment IT project based on local          projects
                     fieldwork
                     Restless Earth including volcanoes, supervolcanoes
                     and the Alps fold mountains
German               Consolidation and extension of the following topics:     Current and future jobs:                                       Grammar and vocabulary revision
                     The environment:                                         Career choices                                                 Development of examination skills for reading and
                     Environmental problems.                                  Advantages and disadvantages of different jobs.                listening papers. Topic specific vocabulary revision.
                     Being environmentally friendly.                          Development of examination skills in Listening, Reading,       Grammar: revision of all tenses, verb tables and word
                     Topics: Work + Education :                               Speaking and Writing.                                          order rules.
                     School, college and future plans                         Lifestyle/Relationships
                     Different school types, pressures and problems.          Relationships with family and friends
                     Development of examination skills in Listening,          Future plans; social issues
                     Reading, Speaking and Writing.                           Grammar: future and conditional tenses; modals.
                     Grammar: consolidation of all tenses, verb tables and
                     word order rules. Developing more sophisticated
                     language, subordinate clauses.


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History              Completion of Cold War Unit-Section 6 on the end of    Controlled Assessment; Crime and Policing 19th century to       Revision and Past papers until study leave
                     the Cold War 1980-1991.                                present day. Some aspect of Crime, Policing or Prison
                                                                            reform. Tasks change every year.
                                                                            Revision for exams-all three units; America, Russia and Cold
                                                                            War.
ICT                  Controlled Assessment Task Unit 3                      Controlled Assessment Task Unit 3 to complete                   Revision and Past papers until study leave
                                                                            6 week plus Theory module to prepare for Summer
                                                                            Examinations
Latin                Complete prose literature including tests on each      Learning and testing principal parts.                           Final grammar revision.
                     section of the text.                                   Complete the verse literature including tests on each           Revision of verse literature texts.
                     Prepare answers to longer stylistic questions on the   section of the text.                                            Revision of vocabulary.
                     prose texts.                                           Prepare answers to longer stylistic questions on the verse      Examination practice on past papers for both unseen
                     Start the verse literature texts .                     texts.                                                          and literature papers.
                     Learning set vocabulary list.                          Revision of prose literature texts.
                     Unseen translation practice.                           Learning set vocabulary list.
                     Grammar:                                               Examination practice on past papers for both unseen and
                     Consolidation work on nouns and verbs, particularly    literature papers.
                     passive verbs and the ablative noun endings.           Grammar:
                     Revision of participles and introducing future         Use of infinitives and indirect statement .
                     participles.                                           Passive subjunctive tenses
                     Deponent verbs                                         Temporal clauses
                     Adjective and adverb revision including comparative    Fearing clauses
                     and superlative.                                       Noun and verb revision tests.
                     Ablative of comparison                                 Pronoun revision
                     Future tenses                                          Revision on uses of the subjunctive and participles including
                     Conditional sentences                                  ablative absolute.
                     Gerundives of purpose                                  Imperatives and prohibitions; direct questions revised.
                     Irregular verb tests                                   Learning and testing principal parts
                     Life in Roman society including patronage.             Complete the verse literature including tests on each
                                                                            section of the text.
                                                                            Prepare answers to longer stylistic questions on the verse
                                                                            texts.
                                                                            Revision of prose literature texts.
                                                                            Learning set vocabulary list
                                                                            Examination practice on past papers for both unseen and
                                                                            literature papers.
Mathematics (Core)   Probability (if not covered in Y10)                    Completing the square and algebraic proof                       Transformation of functions
                     Further graphs and trial and improvement (if not       Circle geometry                                                 Revision and past papers
                     covered in Y10)                                        Quadratic equations
                     Indices, standard form and surds (if not covered in    Pythagoras' theorem and trigonometry (2)
                     Y10)                                                   Vectors
                     Constructions, loci and congruence
                     Further factorising, simplifying
                     Simultaneous linear and quadratic equations and loci
                     Similar shapes
                     Direct and inverse proportion



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Mathematics (Extension   Trigonometry                                               Similar shapes                                                   Revision and Past Papers
and FSMQ)                Trigonometric functions and equations                      Differentiation
                         Trigonometric identities                                   The gradient of a curve
                         The sine and cosine rules                                  Tangents, normals and stationary points
                         Lines and planes in three dimensions                       Direct and inverse proportion
                         Circle geometry                                            Vectors
                         The binomial expansion                                     Integration - Reversing differentiation
                         The binomial distribution                                  Integration : Finding areas
                                                                                    Transformations of functions
                                                                                    Applications of calculus to kinematics - Constant
                                                                                    acceleration formulae
                                                                                    Applications of calculus - Motion with variable acceleration
Music                    Composition Workshop                                       2nd Composition 2                                                Listening
                         2nd Composition 2                                          Creative task examination                                        revision
                         A.O.S 4                                                    listening
                         Creative task                                              performance (Ensemble)
                         Listening                                                  All coursework completed and recorded
                         Performance (Ensemble)                                     revision
PE                       Girls are taught in groups which will vary and depend      Girls are taught in groups which will vary and depend on the     Girls are taught in groups which will vary and depend
                         on the options they have chosen to study. Pupils           options they have chosen to study. Pupils choose from a          on the options they have chosen to study. Pupils
                         choose from a range of activities. They are then put       range of activities. They are then put into teaching groups      choose from a range of activities. They are then put
                         into teaching groups accordingly. It is a chance to        accordingly. It is a chance to pursue activities which they      into teaching groups accordingly. It is a chance to
                         pursue activities which they enjoy or try something        enjoy or try something new. The emphasis is on enjoyment         pursue activities which they enjoy or try something
                         new. The emphasis is on enjoyment and participation        and participation as well as developing the importance of        new. The emphasis is on enjoyment and participation
                         as well as developing the importance of physical           physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle.                as well as developing the importance of physical
                         activity as part of a healthy lifestyle.                   Options: Hockey, Netball, Tag Rugby, Football, Volleyball /      activity as part of a healthy lifestyle.
                         Options: Hockey, Netball, Tag Rugby, Football,             Handball, Badminton, Basketball, Hip Hop, Fitness, Yoga.         Options: Hockey, Netball, Tag Rugby, Football,
                         Volleyball / Handball, Badminton, Basketball, Hip Hop,                                                                      Volleyball / Handball, Badminton, Basketball, Hip
                         Fitness, Yoga.                                                                                                              Hop, Fitness, Yoga.
Physics                  Current in circuits:                                       Describing movement:                                             Radioactive decay:
                         Circuit theory, voltage-current characteristics for        Constructing and interpreting distance-time and velocity-        Models of the atom, including the plum pudding and
                         components, Ohm’s Law, thermistors and LDR’s.              time graphs. Acceleration and its calculation.                   Rutherford models. Background radiation. Atomic
                         Mains electricity:                                         Speeding up and slowing down:                                    and mass numbers and the effects of alpha and beta
                         Inside a 3-pin plug, representing a.c and d.c. voltages,   Calculation of resultant forces and their effects, including     decay upon these.
                         UK mains, fuses, earth wires and the hazards               the calculation of acceleration.                                 Fission and fusion
                         associated with mains electricity.                         Calculation of weight, the effects of forces on a falling body   The process of fission, the formation of a chain
                         ISA: Assessment of practical and investigative skills.     and terminal velocity in fluids. Vehicle stopping distances      reaction and the basic operation of a nuclear reactor.
                         The power of devices:                                      and the factors that affect these.                               The process of fusion and stars.
                         Power and its calculation, current as a flow of charge     Movement energy:
                         and calculations involving charge.                         Work done and its calculation. Kinetic energy and its
                                                                                    calculation. Frictional force ad elastic potential energy.
                                                                                    Momentum:
                                                                                    Definition of momentum, its calculation and conservation.
                                                                                    Using momentum to describe vehicle safety features.
                                                                                    Static electricity:
                                                                                    Movement of charges and charging by friction. The uses of
                                                                                    and dangers caused by static electricity.
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PSHE                Personal development – focus on post 16 education      Personal well being – handling stress                        Study leave
                    and careers. Understanding the world of work – pay,    and preparing for exams.
                    tax, National Insurance etc.                           Citizenship - the law and the consumer, consumer rights,
                    Relationships - relating to others and where to get    consumers and internet security.
                    support when things are difficult.                     European Union – what benefits does this bring?
                    Citizenship – consumerism and living responsibly in
                    the face of climate change.
RS                  Abortion and Euthanasia                                Science and Religion                                         Revision Programme
                    Conflict                                               Personal Responsibility
General RS          Is human life unique?                                  Medical technology – IVF, genetic engineering, cloning and   Conclusion to course. How do religious values play a
                    How does this relate to ethical issues involving the   Christian responses.                                         part in life’s decisions? Religion a force for good or
                    beginning and end of life?                             Religious sects and cults – more harm than good?             ill?
                    Abortion and euthanasia and Christian Responses.
Spanish             Module 7: Leisure/Home and Environment                 End of module 8:                                             Grammar and vocabulary revision
                    Talking about your home.                               Reading problem pages and giving advice.                     Examination practice for reading and listening
                    Talking about different types of houses.               Talking about issues facing young people.                    papers.
                    Talking about your neighbourhood.                      Module 9: The Environment
                    Talking about how you would change your city.          Talking about the environment.
                    Shopping for clothing.                                 Talking about global issues and solutions.
                    Giving presents and making complaints.                 Considering problems facing the planet.
                    Module 8: Lifestyle                                    Global citizenship.
                    Talking about the body and illness.                    Talking about homelessness.
                    Buying food.
                    Talking about how to stay in good shape.




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