NF HOMEWORK CLUB WEEK #2 (Sept 21-25)

Hello, everyone, and welcome to Week 2 of the NEWS FLASH HOMEWORK CLUB! 

Ok, so, for those of you who are new to this, it's quite simple -- below are your five activites for the week. Two are audio (quiz and mental maths challenge), while the other three involve reading and writing. You can do one, do some, or do all. It's really up to you -- especially if your teacher has not given you a list. They won't take too long, and you will be able to find out how you did every Friday, when we post the answers in an audio post - just like the quiz and maths challenge - from 9 A.M. onwards. 

So, click on the pictures below to access the activities ... and enjoy!


1. QUIZ TIME

Click on the picture to hear this week's quiz. 


2. MENTAL MATHS CHALLENGE

Click on the picture to take this week's maths challenge

 


3. SO MANY MISTAKES

In this month’s Editing Activity, we need you to find the 8 incorrect spellings

TYPHOON AND EARTHQUAKE DIASTER

Japan's northern island of Hokkaido was hit by a powerfull earthquake on September 6, 2018. 

The earthquake’s centre was only 60km from Sapporo, the region’s capitol city.

The quake which measured 6.7 on the Richter scale, set off landslides which sweept over many houses.

Over three million homes were left without electrisity.

Two days earlier, the country, including the main island of Honshu, had been hit by Jebi, the strongest tyfoon in 25 years.

One of the country’s biggest airports was closed after Jebi smashed a huge tanker into a brige close by.

With wind speeds of up to 140km/h, it lashed the west of the country with 500mm of rain in a few ours.

Typhoons hit Japan regularly. In 2011, Typhoon Talas killed over 80 poeple and in 2013 a storm near Tokyo left 40 people dead.

 


4. FILL IN THE BLANKS

Read through the words at the top first and make sure you understand them. Then, read through the article. Make sure you think about the best place to put a word, not the first place. Careful as you go, as some words may fit in more than one place,  
while other words will only suit one.    

chance     music    died    February     seventh      Britain   university     operas

George Frideric Handel was born in Halle, Germany, on _________________ 23, 1685. 


Even as a small boy he had a great love for music and was very talented. George's father wanted him to be a lawyer and had no time for ____________. 


His aunt, however, gave him a harpsichord for his ___________  birthday and young George played whenever he had the _____________. 


In 1702, when Handel was 17, he began his study of law at the ____________ of Halle. 


After his father ______________  the following year, George became a violinist and harpsichordist at the opera house in Hamburg. 


It was there that his first _____________  were written and produced.


In 1710, Handel (only 25 years of age) became the head of music at the palace of George, Elector of Hanover, who was soon to be King George I of Great ______________. 

 

In 1712, he settled in England. 

 

 

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