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Home Learning Suggestions for Thursday 26th March

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Learning Ideas for Thursday 26th March

There are lots of ideas and suggestions on our website and we would recommend that this is where you look first www.trinity.edin.sch.uk/covid-19.html

You can access your office 365 account (including Teams) at https://office365.edin.org

Audible stories is free while schools are closed.

This means you can access some great books to listen to while off school.

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

English

English Microsoft Teams : NEW
Please note that the English  Dept is now posting Weekly Activity Plans for each year group (S1-S3) on Teams.
BGE ENGLISH  Code : beryusm

 

Modern Languages

Pupils using Linguascope: 

Please note there has been a change of password for the linguascope site. Check school app or the message on teams to find out new details.

 

History

What could you be doing in History?

S1: Make a character profile on William Wallace using this documentary 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjbMeqgiX4Y

Think about:

  • His date of birth and historical debates over who his father was and if he was a knight or a farmer
  • A tragic love story- did he marry and how did he become the hero after killing William Hazlrig
  • How did he secure victory for the Scottish at Stirling Bridge (also who was Andrew Murray/ Moray
  • Campaigns in England - did he build a vicious reptutation?
  • Defeat at Falkirk
  • How was he captured?
  • Trial and execution

S2: Research the Warsaw Ghetto (how many people placed here, conditions in the Ghettos and was there an uprising?)

S3: Research Granville Sharp, Thomas Clarkson, William Wilberforce, and Olaudah Equiano and put down their role in the abolitionist movement. Do either a profile of each of these men or a mind-map. Resources also available on Teams. 

 

Business Management

Looking to improve your typing skills?  https://www.typingclub.com/

This website will help you get your typing skills to a whole new level! No need to create a log in.

 

 

Update from Mr Paterson (HT)
SQA Statement on coursework for National Courses

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