OMG Jacinta! You are amazing. you used so much detail it’s amazing. It’s like you are actually reading the story! 😉😉😉😉😝😝😝
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I think you did really well week this week with imputing a lot of information. Well done!😉😉
You clearly read the text well and thought about it a lot! Congratulations!!
Something you might have on your bed or around your house to decorate stuff. Usually they are very comfortable.
It can be a name, it can be a colour. No one can tell you off for calling it a colour or a name.
If you have siblings you know the pain of sharing things you don’t want to share. It can be so frustrating!
One day you might help someone water plants such as parents, friends and family members
A beautiful, sweet sounding, enjoyable instrument to play. You can spot it in sweet sounding orchestras!
Read like a reader- little Ania- William Hugel:
Prediction: I predict that this text will be about a little girl called Ania and how she becomes older and more mature.
Questions: Does little Ania have a mental health problem?
Infer: I’m inferring that little Ania hasn’t got many friends.
Connect: I can relate to little Ania with my hair being like rats tails because when I wake up in the morning my hair is rats tails. I can’t even get a brush through it. It’s a challenge.
Feel: When I found out little Ania was being bullied I felt really sorry for her.
Evaluate: I loved this short story. It had a lot of emotions. I would highly recommend this book.
This term we focused on animal adaptations as our integrated topic. In the past few weeks we have been working on a project about desert plants and animal adaptations. In this project we had to include a PowerPoint, annotated diagram, model and a science experiment. The main information we had to include was adaptations on our chosen animal/plant (mine’s the spencer’s burrowing frog).
I think my partner and I achieved a lot in working above expectations. Some things that I felt really stood out in our presentation were:
Navigational features– Bibliography that includes more than 3 sources correctly set out; Headings and subheadings that assist in navigation of text; Glossary includes definitions of all tier 3 language
Diagram carefully drawn that uses labels to identify and explain key adaptations that are central to your species survival in the desert.
Model includes annotations to identify and explain key adaptations that are central to your species survival in the desert.
Included a reflection – Would you change or improve your experiment if you did it again? What might be another experiment that could be carried out to extend knowledge of this area?
There is a close to equal balance of presentation time for each team member.
- Collaborative skills:
Roles allocated according to ability and strengths but maintaining balance.
I feel that we could improve on presenting our project a bit more confidently because my partner and I were both a bit nervous and we stumbled on some words even though we knew them but fear got in our way. I also feel like in our experiment we should made the strengths and the same the way we dig the same.
Over all I think we worked above expectations because I feel like we presented our PowerPoint well, we hand drew our diagram without tracing and included labels of key adaptations, in our model we explained the environment our creature lives in and made it look life-like, we came up with an experiment inspired by the spencers burrowing frog’s digging implants, we followed our script and other than being nervous I think we did really well on presenting and I feel we used a lot of collaborative skills such as checking in with each other because we both agreed to do different parts of the project on our different skills and strengths.
3 facts I found interesting:
- A frog doesn’t chew its food but swallows it whole….with its eyes shut. Its big eyes bulge out of its head but also poke down into the mouth. When the frog has food in its mouth, it pushes its eyes down several times to crush it. Then it swallows.
- The name amphibian comes from two Greek words: amphi (meaning double) and bios (meaning life). It refers to the way these animals live in two worlds.
- Scientific name: Opisthodon spenceri
2 understandings I now have:
- That spencer’s burrowing frog doesn’t like hot conditions although they live in the in the desert instead they use their digging implants to burrow underground to moist conditions.
- That there’s no need to be scared of my own classmates because it’s just a project and there’s no need to be scared.
1 wonder I still have:
- Why are they the colour they are?
The most interesting thing I learnt:
- Was that doing something this big would on my own would be hard so I’m grateful that I have a partner to do this project with me? It was also being able to trust yourself no matter how hard the project gets.
How I learnt it:
- As the project went on I realised that I would have never have done it on my own on time and trusting myself helped me get through the project a lot easier.
What I’m going to with what I’ve learnt:
- Whenever I get a topic related to this I will use my prior knowledge about animal adaptations.
During this project I think I achieved a lot.
Just 15k from Sydney is dragon territory .These creatures are native to Australia. They can be found mostly on the south-east coasts. They are related to sea horses and mostly just drift about in the water. the only problem is these creatures are becoming harder and harder to spot not because they are really good at camouflaging. to help this problem instead of tagging each one they find they are asking scientists to take photos of each one they find so the people who organize this name each one and they can tell which one is which.
This video clip was about what happened at Manchester a couple of days ago and just a reminder to anyone who might felt worried or frighted by this please talk to someone such as a trusted adult or you can go on the BTN website to look at some resources and tips they put together.
- They are working with other international agencies as they gather information about what happened at Ariana Grade’s concert.
- Australia’s prime minister is supporting in this situation.
The width of something
A color that to me represents fun in the sun. It could also be a food item in fact a fruit. Its round like a sphere and tastes like joy.
An animal that can be found in parts of Australia. It has razor sharp teeth. They love meet. Make sure to keep out of their way.
One word. Inside.
A sudden fall.
This video clip was about how North Korea threatens to strike Australia Australia with a nuclear bomb. It also mentioned why Aussie kids shouldn’t worry about it. Here’s why!
- North Korea doesn’t have the ability to strike a nuclear weapon as far.
- North Korea has a long history of threatening other countries but not always following through
- Australia has powerful friends to protect it.
How long has their leader been in charge for?
I walk down the stairs at exactly 12:02 in the morning, make my way into the kitchen, open the fridge door and there it lay the most disturbing meal I’ve ever seen in my life!!!! It felt like I was going to puke! 😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞 It stared at me with its beady eyes.
“AAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” 😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣😣 The next day mum packed my lunch for school and inside my lunchbox lay…
“BROCCOLI!!!!!” 😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠 I was absolutely furious with my mother! “That’s it, I’m out!” I just couldn’t eat something so discussing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When I got home I put together a little speech to present to my mum if she asked why didn’t you eat your broccoli???
“CHLOE!!!!” That’s it I’m doomed!!!!!!!!!!!
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