Wednesday, 20 February 2013
English Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling and Writing practise book: Essential revision and practise: Levels 2 – 4
Sunday, 6 May 2012
Streams and rivers form bigger rivers.
Heavy clouds collect on hills and mountain tops
Streamlets flow downhill to join other streamlets
Streams join to form rivers
Saturday, 31 December 2011
Saturday, 24 December 2011
Read the blog above.
- Research the Great Kingdom of Benin history by following the links provided. Take notes of major events in the kingdom's history. Present these in a mind map.
- Draw an illustrated timeline of the kingdom for a younger class
- Princess Iyomon says 'Though, some western historians frown at these methods of recording historical evidence, guess what, no one method can claim superiority over others in providing historical evidence for our world history.' Do you agree with this statement? Why? If not, why not?
- Research various types of historical sources of evidence and compare and contrast two of them.
- Draw map of old Kingdom of Benin.
Princess Iyomon says one of the ways her people recorded their history was through artwork. Research the Benin Bronzes. Make drawings of the Oba of Benin in bronze plaque for an inclusion in a video about the kingdom.
- The audience you are writing for: who do you want to read your writing, how can you make sure they can understand your message?
- how you will organise your writing and present your writing
- What tense will you write in?
- What technical words will you need?
Because as since as long as so consequently depending on eventually in order to so that as a result therefore accordingly as a result of after that