Monday June 13th

Learning Intention:

We are learning to study the work of an Author – Matt Porter.

Success Criteria:

    1. I can research the life of an Author.
    2. I can design a character inspired by the Author.
    3. I can identify characteristics of the Authors writing.

Making Predictions:

 

Click on the link below to find out more about the author, Matt Porter.

Matt Porter’s Website

Activity:    1. Draw a picture of your prediction.                                                          2. Write a paragraph that explains your prediction.                                  Remember to include: character/s, setting/s,                                        problem etc…

Learning Intention:

We are learning to spell words that include the graph /r/ making the sound ‘r’ as in rain.

Success Criteria:

I can break up a word into smaller sound parts. I can stretch out a word to hear each sound.

I can represent each sound I hear in a word by a single letter or group of letters.

I can make generalisations about different sounds that are represented by the same letter.

Activity: Choose 10 words from this week’s spelling list.                Break each spelling word down, recognising the sounds in the word. What letters make the sounds ie. graph, digraph, trigraph, quadgraph.  

The graph /r/ making the sound ‘r’ as in rain.
  • Bright
  • Grateful
  • Rare
  • April
  • Breakfast
  • Address
  • Remembered
  • Restaurant
  • Receive
  • Receipt
  • Practical
  • February
  • Remorseful
  • Ramification
  • Reciprocate
  • Restoration
  • Repugnant
  • Recalcitrant

Learning Intention:

We are learning to show out best writing in a narrative.

Success Criteria:

I can:                                                                                                                             *complete the beginning prompt, and include a middle and an ending.                   * create a setting by writing about who, what, where and when.                                   * create a problem and solution.                                                                                           * include details and descriptions that relate to the main idea.                                     * order events so my writing makes sense.                                                                       * include an interesting and exciting ending.                                                                     * use correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar.                                                           * use rich vocabulary.

Learning Intention:

We are learning to describe the value of decimals.

Success Criteria:

We can:

*Use place value knowledge to describe each number in its place.

*Write decimals in words

*Use visual models to describe the value of a decimal number.


Here is an example of how to write a decimals in words:

0.42
Zero and forty-two hundredths
12.564
Twelve and five hundred and sixty-four thousandths

Extension: Answer the decimal additions in words:

Sums sheet

Eg: 4.0 + 4.3 = eight and three tenths

Friday June 26

Learning Intention:

We are learning to evaluate the authenticity of the details in A Banner Bold.

Success Criteria:

We can:

      • Describe what authenticity is.
      •  Evaluate the authenticity of the details of the setting and reporting of events against knowledge from other sources.What is an Authentic text?

Authentic texts are written for “real world” purposes and audiences: to entertain, inform, explain, guide, document or convince.  In fact, authentic texts need not even be written words. Audio files, virtual tours, speeches, blueprints, photos,  video clips and other non-written items that can be read or interpreted are also considered to be text.

Thursday June 25

Learning Intention:

We are learning to evaluate the authenticity of the details in A Banner Bold.

Success Criteria:

We can:

      • Describe what authenticity is.
      •  Evaluate the authenticity of the details of the setting and reporting of events against knowledge from other sources.
      • What is an Authentic text?

Authentic texts are written for “real world” purposes and audiences: to entertain, inform, explain, guide, document or convince.  In fact, authentic texts need not even be written words. Audio files, virtual tours, speeches, blueprints, photos,  video clips and other non-written items that can be read or interpreted are also considered to be text.

 

Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson

Prior to the lesson discuss the following safety guidelines with children:
1. No put downs – be nice to each other
2. Respect others and value their individual contributions
3. Try to join in with the songs or activities, but it is okay if you just want to watch 4. If you have a private story to tell, talk to a safe adult after the lesson
5. It is okay to ask questions
DanielMo

Publishing –

Before publishing, please remember to check your work (Spelling, punctuation, paragraphs, sentence structure, etc)

Has a critical fiend checked your work?

Has your teacher checked your final draft?

If you’ve completed all the above editing procedures then you’re ready to publish.

  • Remember to present your work/writing neatly.

Week 11 – Big Life Activity

Wednesday June 24


Learning Intention:

We are learning to evaluate the authenticity of the details in A Banner Bold.

Success Criteria:

We can:

      • Describe what authenticity is.
      •  Evaluate the authenticity of the details of the setting and reporting of events against knowledge from other sources.What is an Authentic text?

Authentic texts are written for “real world” purposes and audiences: to entertain, inform, explain, guide, document or convince.  In fact, authentic texts need not even be written words. Audio files, virtual tours, speeches, blueprints, photos,  video clips and other non-written items that can be read or interpreted are also considered to be text.


Subtraction Learning Pit Task – 2nd Session

 

Tuesday June 23



Learning Intention:

We are learning to evaluate the authenticity of the details in A Banner Bold.

Success Criteria:

We can:

      • Describe what authenticity is.
      •  Evaluate the authenticity of the details of the setting and reporting of events against knowledge from other sources.What is an Authentic text?

Authentic texts are written for “real world” purposes and audiences: to entertain, inform, explain, guide, document or convince.  In fact, authentic texts need not even be written words. Audio files, virtual tours, speeches, blueprints, photos,  video clips and other non-written items that can be read or interpreted are also considered to be text.

Publishing:

Choose one piece of writing from your literacy notebook to finish and publish.

Don’t forget to:

* edit your own writing. (Make sure you’ve used the correct spelling, punctuation and sentence structure)

Subtraction Learning Pit Task

 

 

 

 

Monday June 22


Learning Intention:

We are learning to evaluate the authenticity of the details in A Banner Bold.

Success Criteria:

We can:

      • Describe what authenticity is.
      •  Evaluate the authenticity of the details of the setting and reporting of events against knowledge from other sources.What is an Authentic text?

Authentic texts are written for “real world” purposes and audiences: to entertain, inform, explain, guide, document or convince.  In fact, authentic texts need not even be written words. Audio files, virtual tours, speeches, blueprints, photos,  video clips and other non-written items that can be read or interpreted are also considered to be text.

 

learning Intention:  We are revising all term 2 spelling words.

 

 

 

Makey Makey:

Little Bits:

Lego:

Friday 19th June:

We are learning to make text connections!

14 Best making connections activities images | Making connections ...

Writer’s Notebook Free Choice research – Choose a topic, research, google write notes/brainstorm.

Brainstorming template by Mandi Olson | Teachers Pay Teachers

Let’s play SUMDOG

FINISH OFF TIME:

 

Free choice drawing in your Writer’s Notebook.
Be CREATIVE, Draw a Character, Draw your favourite food, Draw a Food Character!!

Funny fast food characters Royalty Free Vector Image

Thursday June 18th

Learning Intention:

We are learning to make connections with what we are reading.


Success Criteria:

I can:

      • Connect what I am reading to my own experiences.
      • Connect what I am reading to other ideas from a text I have read.
      • Connect my ideas from a text to what is happening in the world around me.

 

Writer’s Notebook:

I Wonder…..

I wonder....list" from Julie Ballew's "Writer's Notebook"...Great ...


Warm Up  – Factor Game

Factor Game

We are learning to make equivalent fractions.


We are learning to subtract fractions with unlike denominators.

Check in Question: Can you tell us about a time when a younger sibling/cousin/family friend overreacted to what you thought was a small problem?

Webex with Bec and Mel from Big Life

Worksheet – Helping hands, Support stars 🙂 

 

Wednesday 17th June

We are learning to make Text to Text connections. Comparing “Banner Bold” and “Eureka! A story of the Goldfields” by Mark Wilson.

Key Questions:

What was life like for Rosa?

How was Rosa’s life similar to Molly’s?

How were the events in the story by Mark Wilson, similar to ‘A Banner Bold’.

We are learning to find factors of numbers:

Greatest Common Factor

Can you find the factors of:

14 36 75 28 32 55 80
 

 

 

 

 

We are learning to Simplify fractions for subtracting fractions: