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Tuesday 17th October

October16

9:00-9:10am

Roll. Organization.

MATHEMATICS

  1. Children choose their ‘star’ maths activity and move to corresponding classroom. Take maths book, pencil case and iPad.

 

9:10-9:50

Cartesian Plane Activity

      2.      Complete the sheet ‘Cartesian Plane’. this involves moving a triangle according to the different Cartesian coordinates.

RECESS

11:10-12:45

READING (x2)

Rotations:

Choose 2 of the following activities. 50 mins each

a) Pixar Animation Storyboard.

You will a need story boarding sheet.

b)          BTN

  1. Use this URL to watch the B.T.N about the new 10 dollar bank note.

    http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4733843.htm

    Once you have watched the story you need to answer the following questions in your English book. Make sure you rule a margin, use neat handwriting and use full sentences.

    1. What new features does the $10 note have?
    2. Describe a security feature of the new note.
    3. Who are the two famous faces on the $10 note?
    4. Name three facts you learned about Banjo Patterson.
    5. What well known poems did he write?
    6. Describe the work that Dame Mary Gilmore did.
    7. Why do you think she was included on the $10 note?
    8. What did you learn watching the BTN story?
    9. Do you like the new $10 note? Give reasons for your answer.

    When you have completed these questions you need to investigate the faces on all the Australian bank notes. You need to choose one person to further research.

    On two pages of your English book you will detail the life of the person you have chosen that features on one of our notes. You need to include;

     1.  When and where the person was born.

    2.  What was life like for them growing up.

    3.  What some of their achievements were.

    4.  What contributions have they made to Australian society.

    5.  Why do you think they were chosen to be represented on an Australian bank note.

    6.  A picture of them and a picture of the bank note they are on.

    c) Look at these storyboards.

    Complete a PMI (PLUS-MINUS-INTERESTING) about each of the storyboards..

    STORY BOARDING proforma

    Story Board 1

    Story Board 2

 

Story Board 3

d)  Complete this task about gorillas in your English book. Your writing must be neat and your page must be set out correctly. Remember to use full sentences.

Gorillas At Risk

LUNCH

1:50-2:30 LIBRARY

Story Boarding

Dialogue Boxes

Add your dialogue boxes under your text sentences that you completed yesterday.

Someone is going to need to type up the conversations for each sentence on your planner. Make sure you share the jobs around.

Here is an example.

 

 

 

 

 

2:30 -3:30  Continue working on your story boards. Make sure you include on your planner a variety of different camera angles and viewpoints.

Well done.

Tuesday is over.

Go home and have a chillax.

Wednesday 18th October …. Just in case!

9:00 -10:40

Specialists -Music

– Italian

RECESS

11:10 -12:00 Sport Training

12:00 -12:45 Assembly

LUNCH

1:50-3:30  Film Fest

Using the story boarding sheets from last week, begin to plan the illustrations for each box. These are only a rough draft so everyone can have a go at drawing.

Make sure you have decided on your photo angle and what you are including in each box.

Think about the dialogue you have decided to include. Make sure that the illustration of your character is facing the correct way to maximize and project anything that is being spoken.

All your suggestions will be checked by Ms Lovelace before the final story board is started.

Make sure that you have included enough information in each picture to enable the director to understand all that is required for each shot. Remember – the director is in charge once shooting starts.  All your ideas need to be have included on the story board before shooting start.

 

 

 

 

 

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