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Reading Activity – Human Rights

September6

Read through the Rights of the Child information.

Save to an app of your choice.

Match up the rights with the cards

September3

Apostrophes of Possession

August28

Complete the examples in your book.

Make sure you use correct punctuation and your best handwriting.

 

Reference pages and activities.

Apostrophe Pg 4

Apostrophe Pg 5

 

Reading Groups Activity

Read a book of your choice. Find some ‘Apostrophes Of Possession’ examples in the text.

In your workbooks, write out the example as per below.

  Burl’s striped jacket  – Then write the extended form – The striped jacket belonging to Burl.

Highlight the common nouns in one color and the proper nouns in another color.

If there is an apostrophe of possession for more than one owner, then highlight this in another color, as below.

The cats’ tails – The tails belonging to the cats

cats is plural

Remember to use the reference pages above if you get stuck.

August27

What are your tips to save money at home??

Reading Groups

August25

 

Reading a play

Jack and the Beans Talk images

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on the image above to watch the video & then answer the questions

BTN Blog Questions

Answer in FULL sentences

  1. What is the name of Loki’s business?
  2. How does Loki sell his products and keep people updated about his products?
  3. Do you have any tips for Loki to help his business?
  4. What products does Loki sell?
  5. What do you think is more important quality (the quality of the product) or quantity (how many items he sells)? Why?
  6. What is Loki’s advice?
  7. Who can Loki hire to help him with his business?
  8. What did Loki use to help him run his business?
  9. Is there anything you would do differently from Loki?
  10. What are your ideas for a business?

 

Money Around the World

 

FRACTIONS

August24

Coding Activity

August23

 

http://clark15.global2.vic.edu.au/files/2016/12/Screen-Shot-2017-08-10-at-9.22.38-am-2c20ry1.png

Past Present Future

August22

Past Present Future

Save this document to Explain Everything and follow the instructions.

Term 3 Book Report

August21

PARVANA

Parvana is an inspiring true story based on a young girl, Parvana, making life-changing decisions while living in Afghanistan. She does not approve of the government and the inequalities she is forced to live under. Parvana has to dress as a boy to make a living for her family. The reader goes on a journey with Parvana, Shauzia and many more real life characters.

Parvana’s life is changed drastically when her father is arrested and taken away. With a household full of girls there is no one to buy food and make a living for the family as only men and boys are permitted outside the house. This is when Parvana has to risk her life out on the streets dressed as a boy. Will anyone find out?…

Pick up this glorious book to feel a mixture of emotions. It will be like your heart is on a roller coaster. At times it is a ‘feel good’ story about family, and other times, a heart wrenching story of loss and need for a better life. This story will transport you to the city of Tabah as an eleven year old tries to make her mark on the world.

For me, this was a fantastic book. I could feel the character’s joy and pain. I would definitely recommend this to a friend; 5 out of 5 stars. The only flaws for me were the ‘cliff hangers’ at the end. There were so many unanswered questions. But I guess that’s always why there is a sequel. Parvana is now one of my favourite books.

This was a fantastic tale told by Deborah Ellis and I can’t wait to read the sequels. It’s a great read and an eye opener to life in Afghanistan.

By A. S.

End of term task:

June19

Book Report

Your task is to complete a book report about your Literature Circles book.

Things you will need to include:

Use these points as a check list. 

Copy and paste the questions onto new page on your iPad. You can complete the book report on your iPad or on a separate piece of lined paper.
This page will be included in your book report. Highlight each section as you complete it.
  1. The title of your book. (and a photo of your book)
  2. Your name at the top of the page.
  3. The author of your book.
  4. Write in detail about a minimum of 3 characters. You need to include who they are, what were they like (personality), what role they played in the book and what you personally thought about the character (whether you liked them or not).  Set out the information under a heading for each character. You may like to decorate the headings and present them in an attractive way.
  5. The setting: You need to write in detail about the setting of the book. Where did the story take place? What were the places like? What kind of environment did the story take place in. (You may need to describe more than one setting if your story took place in more than one area). Find a paragraph that describes a place from the story. Take a photo of the text and include it on your page.
  6. Find some images of the country where the book is set. Think about the story and make decisions about the photos you choose. Copy and paste some appropriate images onto your book report.
  7. Summary: Give a detailed summary of what happens throughout the story. Include the introduction of the book and the main plot points throughout. See the summary sheet that was handed out to you this week.
  8. Conclusion: How did the story end? Was the conflict resolved? Do you feel that the ending of the book was satisfying? Why do you feel that way?
  9. Recommendation: You need to convince someone to read this book. Write down the things you would say to encourage a friend to borrow this book from the library and read it. Think about what made the book enjoyable, whether it made you need to keep turning pages to find out what happened. Write your paragraph for this answer as a persuasive piece that uses high modal language. Use the sheet we distributed last week.
  10. Follow up: Find out another book that was written by the same author as your Lit. Circle book. Write down the title and explain in your own words what the blurb says the book is about. Would you be interested in reading this book? Why/why not? You should write about a paragraph (6-10 lines).

Collect Earn and Learn Stickers

August7

Collect Earn and Learn stickers and earn rewards during our Earn and Learn sessions.

There will be a mystery prize for those bringing stickers along to school.

There could be ‘Lovebuck’ rewards, asset rewards like cars or furniture, there could even be an icypole from the canteen!!!

Each Friday our grade Judge will draw the prize at lunch eating time.

You have to be in it to win it.

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