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Virtual Bridging Experience – Wednesday 1st July

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Live Q&A Sessions

Please see below the timetable for today’s live Q&A sessions and the joining instructions:

  • The webinars should work on any computer, tablet or phone.
  • You can join the webinar at any time during the allocated slot.
  • Simply click on the subject link below during the allocated live time.
  • To join the meeting type your name and email address.
  • If you would like to ask a question, type your question into the Q&A box.

Please click on the subjects below to jump to their areas.

Applied ScienceEconomicsITPhysics
Fine ArtEnglish LanguageLawPolitics
GraphicsEnglish LiteratureLearning SupportPopular Music
PhotographyFilm StudiesLibraryPsychology
TextilesFrenchMathsSociology
BiologyGeographyMedia StudiesSpanish
Business Studies/TechnicalGeologyMedia TechnicalSport & Leisure
ChemistryGermanMusicTravel & Tourism
Computer ScienceHealth & Social CarePE
CriminologyHistoryPhilosophy

Applied Science

Quiz Question 2 (Physics – ANSWER) – Andy gives us the answer to Tuesday’s Physics question.

Quiz Question 3 (Biology) – This is the third Applied Science quiz question of the week and today’s focus is Biology with Dan.


Art – Fine Art

Creative Approaches to Drawing – The next Fine Art session is all about creative approaches to drawing.


Art – Graphics


Art – Photography


Art – Textiles


Biology

Why I Love Biology – Hear Biology students talk about their experiences of studying the subject at QE.

Competition – There is still time to enter the Biology department’s Kahoot! quiz (Deadline to enter is Thursday 2nd July at 12.00pm)


Business Studies / Business Technical

Competition – ‘The Investor Challenge’ continues (You will need to have started this competition on Monday 29th June in order to participate)

Competition – There is still time to enter ‘The Box Challenge’ and be in with the chance of winning a prize (Deadline to enter is Thursday 2nd July at 3.00pm)


Chemistry

If you didn’t get a chance to look at Monday’s lesson on ‘What do you do if the labels fall off your chemical bottles? Could you tell an acid from contact lens solution, or a fungicide from firework solution?’ or Tuesday’s podcasts, please feel free to do so before the department’s live Q&A session on Thursday.


Computer Science

Computer Science – Virtual Bridging

The link above will take you to the Computer Science department’s Bridging Google site where you’ll be able to do the following activities:

  • Another opportunity to take part in the ‘Code Breaker Challenge’ – see if you can crack the combination and open the safe! Using computer science techniques such as logic gates, Boolean algebra and number systems, see if you can beat the clock and get your name up on the leader board! Please be aware that you will need to complete this activity on a computer or laptop.
  • Another opportunity to watch a series of videos created by the department on ‘Transhumanism’, ‘5G – is it safe?’ and ‘Artificial Intelligence’.

Criminology

Competition – Be a detective (Deadline to enter is Thursday 2nd July at 11.00am)


Economics

Competition – ‘The Investor Challenge’ continues (You will need to have started this competition on Monday 29th June in order to participate)

Competition – ‘The Government Game’ continues (You will need to have started this competition on Monday 29th June in order to participate)


English Language

If you didn’t get a chance to look at Monday’s lesson on ‘Do you speak teen?’ or Tuesday’s lesson on ‘All Change!’, please feel free to do so before another session is released on Thursday.


English Literature

Twelfth Night Performance – Watch as Julie and Dean discuss and act out scenes from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.

Competition – This is the third of five ‘Guess the Character’ videos. If you guess all five correctly, you could win a Kindle. Email your answers to jashmore@g.qeliz.ac.uk. You can watch the video for Tuesday 30th June here.


Film Studies

Film Spectatorship – Mark provides us with an interesting insight into the psychology of film spectatorship.


French


Geography

Why I Love Geography – Hear students talk about their experiences of studying Geography at QE.


Geology

Volcanic Hazards (Part 1) – A lesson on volcanic hazards. Can you save the lives of thousands of people who live on a volcanic island?

Volcanic Hazards (Part 2) – This is the second part of your Geology lesson on volcanic hazards. In this video, you will receive the answers to the exercise in Part 1.


German

Tongue Twisters – Practise your pronunciation with these German tongue twisters.


Health & Social Care

Competition – Follow the Health and Social Care department on Twitter (QE_HSC) and Instagram (QE_HSC) to take part in their ‘Joyful June’ competition. For the final week, the challenge is to ‘Create a playlist of your favourite songs’.


History

Time Capsule Competition – Design a time capsule for your chance to win a prize (Deadline to enter is Thursday 2nd July at 3.00pm)

Virtual Quiz – There is still time to enter and win a prize (Deadline to enter is Thursday 2nd July at 3.00pm). Please click here for more details.


Information Technology

Information Technology – Virtual Bridging

The link above will take you to the IT department’s Bridging Google site where you’ll be able to do the following activity:

  • Competition – There is still time to hone your IT skills and win a prize by producing a short, stop-motion animation movie entitled ‘Lockdown Lunacy’ (Deadline to enter is Friday 3rd July at 10.00am)

Law

Self Defence – The Law department take you through a session on self defence, looking at one case in particular.

Test your criminal mind – Learn key legal terms with this flashcard activity.


Learning Support


Library


Maths

Solving a Quadratic Equation – How to use the Casio Calculator to solve quadratic equations in Maths.

How to Find Mean, Variance and Other Statistical Information – More useful information on the functions of the Casio Calculator.


Media Studies


Media Technical


Music

Music Performance 3 – Steve looks closely at applying a clarinet to the mark scheme.


Philosophy, Religion & Ethics

What is Real? – Dom takes you through the second Philosophy session of the week which looks at knowledge gained through the mind and knowledge gained through the physical world.


Physical Education

Sport and Technology – Julia analyses the changing world of sport due to advances in technology.


Physics

Physics – Virtual Bridging

The link above will take you to the Physics department’s Bridging Google site where you’ll be able to revisit the following activities from earlier this week:

  • Participate in a practical exercise where you will make and test a paper helicopter.
  • Find out how to turn your smartphone into a mobile data logger and how to use it to measure ‘g’, the Earth’s gravitational field strength.
  • View the Physics subject website.

Myth Busters – The Physics department dispel some of the biggest mythsabout studying the subject at A Level.


Politics


Popular Music

Soundtrack to Your Life Competition – Listen to 50 short intros from hit records from the last two decades and see if you can name all of the artists (Answers will be revealed on Thursday 2nd July)


Psychology


Sociology

If you didn’t get a chance to look at Monday’s lesson on ‘An Introduction to Sociology’ or Tuesday’s lesson on ‘Education and Crime and Deviance’, please feel free to do so before the department’s live Q&A session on Thursday.


Spanish

Spanish Subject Website – Check out the Spanish subject website and find out more about our A Level Spanish course. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Sara (sfisherstout@qeliz.ac.uk).

Hispanic Culture Quiz – There is still time to enter our Hispanic culture quiz (Deadline to enter is Thursday 2nd July at 4.00pm)


Sport & Leisure

Where Are They Now? – Let’s take a look at where former Sport and Leisure students have progressed to since leaving QE.

Follow the Sport and Leisure department on both Twitter (QE_SportLeisure) and Instagram (qe_sport_travel).


Travel & Tourism

Where Are They Now? – Let’s take a look at where former Travel and Tourism students have progressed to since leaving QE.

Follow the Travel and Tourism department on both Twitter (QE_Travel) and Instagram (qe_sport_travel).


Feel free to visit our subject websites as they include sample taster lessons and the contact details for all of our Course Leaders. You are more than welcome to get in touch with any of them and ask any questions you might have. There is no need to enter any login or password information to access these subject websites.