Project Grid Summer 2 --> Due 18th July 2014
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Project Homework Choice Grid (Summer 2) WW2 --> Due the 18th July
Visit a World War Two museum or site. Create a presentation about your visit.
Design and make your own war time medal. Who would you award it to and why?
create codes and use them by giving
people important information
without letting enemy spies find out?
create a training
program for a spy or a soldier
OR watch some simple wartime dancing steps on youtube and show them to us.
Write the numbers 1-10 in German and learn how to say them.
You might want to learn some words of your choice too.
create a wireless radio script either
written or you could actually record it.
Include news and information, a music
programme, a piece of comedy or a
talk show (from the 40s). Think about
1940s culture, accents and
In the air
Two of the greatest airplanes ever made were in operation in World War Two: the German Messerschmitt Bf 109 and the British Supermarine Spitfire.
Choose one, and draw a labelled diagram of it. How much detail can you add?
Make do and mend
Using recycled materials and off cuts of cloth.
Create something new that is useful. E.g. a wallet, a bag, a toy, a hat.
OR If you are lucky enough, ask someone to teach you how to knit. Knit a scarf for a model soldier.
Anne Frank was arguably the most
famous child who lived at the time of
the Second World War.
The reason we know so much about
Anne Frank is because of her diary –
which was first published as a book,
in Dutch, in 1947. Since then, millions of
people have read the thoughts and
hopes of one young girl and have been
inspired by them.
But why? Who was she?
Why is her diary so important?
Find out, and write about Anne Frank’s
life. Why is her diary so celebrated and
how long she write it for? What was life
like for her?