Posts Tagged ‘5S’

eSmart Week

How to be safe online!

https://www.esafety.gov.au/kids-quiz/

This week is National eSmart week. As a grade we have been discussing ways in which to keep ourselves safe online. Your task today is to write a ‘recipe’ for others to follow to keep safe online. First let’s refer to the format of a procedural text via spellodrome-

Here are some links for you to refer to-

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtpworthrisk.pdf

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtpdigitaltattoo.pdf

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtppix.pdf

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtpprivate.pdf

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtpremix.pdf

You need to plan and write your draft in your writing book. After editing your work (I will be focusing on your editing today, I need to see your corrections for spelling, punctuation etc and I need to see you expand on your ideas, or rewrite parts to improve the clarity of your writing), you need to publish this work onto your blog.

Literature Circles Session Seven


Short Book Review:

For next Monday’s seventh and final Literature Circles session we will be preparing a short book review instead of doing a prediction. To do so you need to write your review as a comment to this post.

Your short book review will only need to include:

The title and author of your book.

Whether you enjoyed the book and WHY?

A rating of your book out of 5 stars.

Any other information you wish to add.

I look forward to reading your short book reviews. Remember that you still need to complete your Literature Circles task in your lit circles work books.

 

Literature Circles Session Six

 

Literature Circles Predictions:

For Friday’s sixth Literature Circles session please post your comments with your predictions for your text here. Please remember to write the title of your book at the start of your comment.

Reminder: You need to do the prediction before you do your reading!

Our aim is to have everyone complete their prediction for this session!

Literature Circles (Session Five)

 

Literature Circles Predictions:

For next Wednesday’s fifth Literature Circles session please post your comments with your predictions for your text here. Please remember to write the title of your book at the start of your comment.

Reminder: You need to do the prediction before you do your reading!

Literature Circles (Session Four)

 

Literature Circles Predictions:

For Friday’s fourth Literature Circles session please post your comments with your predictions for your text here. Please remember to write the title of your book at the start of your comment.

Reminder: You need to do the prediction before you do your reading!

Percentages Off

 

 

Over the past week, we have started looking at…

The word ‘percentage’ is very familiar to us as it is used regularly used in everyday life to  describe anything from changes in the interest rate, to the number of people who travel overseas, to the success rate of the latest medical procedures or test results.
Percentages are also a useful way of making comparisons between two things.

So percentages are very much part of our lives.

Below is an activity we will complete in class, where we will be continuing to work on calculating the ‘percentage off’ something.
Percentages Brochure

What does ‘percent’ actually mean?

Can you give an example of a ‘percentage off’ problem you have seen before?

Literature Circles (Session Three)

 

Literature Circles Predictions:

For Wednesday’s third Literature Circles session please post your comments with your predictions for your text here. Please remember to write the title of your book at the start of your comment.

Reminder: You need to do the prediction before you do your reading!

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