E.S.O.L HOMESTUDY - WEEK 7



Good Afternoon,

I hope you have lots of fun this week with your homework. If you have any questions please ask your teacher.

TASK ONE - Spelling

A.) You are to write 10 sentences using words from your week 7's spelling list. Underline your spelling word with a red pen.
B.) Now write a scary/funny/exciting story using ten of your spelling words from this week's spelling list. Don't forget to use describing words.
C.) Select 10 words from this week's spelling list and find the synonyms (words that are similar) and antonyms (words that mean the opposite) for them. Copy the table below into your book and fill in the gaps.Try to find 5 synonyms and 5 antonyms for each word.

List Word
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Antonyms
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You may want to make your chart a lot bigger so you can fit all your words in.


Task Two: Inquiry - Human Rights.

Inquiry Process Stage: Hypothesising


Question to ponder: Do you know what freedom of speech is?
Article 19: Everyone has the right to say what they think, and to give and receive information.

1. What are some ways that people can give freedom of speech?

2. What problems could this Article 19 create for others? (Everyone has the right to say what they think, and to give and receive information.)
Create a comic strip at makebeliefscomix to show the problems.
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3. Create a six thinking hats chart of this article 19. Divide your page into six equal sized sections. Answer the questions below in the chart. Your teacher will discuss what each colour hat is for if you aren't already familiar with them. You may like to do a chart on the computer.

White Hat
  • What do you know about freedom of speech?
Yellow Hat
  • What are the good things about people having the right to say what they think?
Black Hat
  • What things could be bad about people having the right to say what they think?
Red Hat
  • What are your feeling about people having the right to say what they think?
Green Hat
  • What limits do you think there should be to people's freedom of speech?
Blue Hat
  • Come up with some ideas for an action you could carry out in your community or school to promote freedom of speech. Explain your ideas.