Term 4 Week 3

 

Spelling City Assignment

Eng 1 Tasks –

#Anagramarama: Carnelian = brunette, Adventurine = stationary ,  Moonstone = student

#Spelling City Assignment, #Handwriting, #WTW – Word sort

#Blog Vocabulary, #Selfie + Text/Frame,

Post to your Blog

Biography notes – Anne Frank,

Letter to Anne Frank – draft it first, then publish it using the Letter Generator

Vocabulary: Define, Grammar, Antonym, Word Origin

1) mounted     2) contingent    3) scolded    4) ludicrous  5) incessant

Thought of the Week

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Reflection –

a) What is one thing that you are going to step up and take responsibility for improving this week?

b) How are you going to achieve it?

Term Four Week 2

 

hSpelling City Assignment
      Maths Concepts

Eng 1 Tasks – Anagramarama: Attendance, #Spelling City Assignment, Read Poetry, #Create a Shape Poem (Publish to your blog, Blog Vocabulary, #Selfie + Text/Frame, Handwriting, #WTW Focus Word: Carnelian=orbit, Adventurine=amuse,  Moonstone=silent, #WTW – Wort Sort

Vocabulary: Define, Grammar, Antonym, Word Origin

1) explicit     2) quality    3) excel    4) diligent

Shape Poetry

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Thought of the Week

Homework is now available – due 30th October

 

 

 

 

Term 4 Week One

         Poetry Terms        Poetry Quiz        SpellCity Assignment
         Einstein Puzzles      Algebra Puzzles              Logic Puzzles
       Roman Numerals       Shape Poetry       Theme Poem Interactive

Adventure Shape Poems  & Concrete or Visual Poetry Examples

Eng 1 Check List

A)  Anagramarama (vacation)    B)  Selfie + App smashing (frame+text)  C ) Blog entry (Term 4 Goals)  D) Peer Interview  E) Handwriting

 F) Reflections (Sticky Notes)  G) Map of Class   H) SpellCity Assignment   I) Vocabulary of the Week

J) Thought of the week

Vocabulary of the Week – Define + Sentence

1) vacation   2) vivacious    3) predicament    4) fiesta 

 

Thought of the Week

1) In what ways do you treat people with respect?        2) Are there any ways in which you don’t?

3) What happens when people are treated with respect?   4) How about when they are not treated with respect?

5) Who is the most respectful person you know?  6) What makes them that way?

Homework will be available Wednesday 8th October

Time to Celebrate – Term 4 Week 3 TBA

Term 3 Week 10 – Wohoo!

                           

ENG 1 Tasks

Poetry Vocabulary

1) grasp    2) curse   3) strict   4) fleece  5) swag

Extension- Explain the meaning  

6) blue bellied joe  7) beaten by a blow

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Click go the shears - questions 1-6

Waltzing Matilda – Question 1-9 see Chelsea

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Reflections about Performing Arts Day – comments on this post

Highlights of Term 3 - comments to this post

Learning Goals under review - Wiki pages (did you meet your Term 3 goal? How?)

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Blog Challenge - Take a photo of your fire/Ice shirt: use aviary to frame and add text.

 Upload as a post to your blog.

Term 3 Week 9

 

            

 

News Article Biography
Autobiography  Lyrics

Vocabulary: Your interpretation of the authors meaning:

1) Are you really disappearing?    2) Is it standing by your mate?    3) Fair Dinkum  4)  Can you bear the load?

Ballad Thoughts

1a) When you listen to the words – what do you think of?   1b) In the tribute to Steve Irwin what links can you make to the Emu Gully Philosophy?

1c) Explain how this ballad and ‘Mate-ship’ fit together?

Camp Reflection

Our philosophy is that your success in life, whether personally or corporately, will be based primarily on your character.

 That is; “The real you” and the way you handle the circumstances of life, whether they be good or bad.

a) Favourite memory from camp?  b) Best activity   c) What does ‘Mateship’ mean to you now? d) Your thoughts on the Emu Gully Philosophy & how it relates to you.

                                                                                                                      Quote of the Week

                                                                                                                 1) What is the author trying to say?

1) What is the author trying to say?

 

Term 3 Week 8

I Still Australia Home – Lyrics

Peter Allen – Biography

Have a great time on camp Year 7 – What are you most looking forward to?

Our philosophy is that your success in life, whether personally or corporately, will be based primarily on your character.

That is; “The real you” and the way you handle the circumstances of life, whether they be good or bad.

ANZAC Theme       Photo Gallery

Term 3 Week 7

Homework Term 3 Task 10 :  Week 7-9 now available

Speeches – Wednesday 27th  & Thursday  28th August

 

    S.Dusty Biography        Lyrics  History of “TMC’
   Australian Museum     Museum Vault       Artefacts
        Mathletics     StudyLadder      SpellCity
  Shakespeare BTS        Sonnets  Analysis of Sonnet

Ballads: Writing TipsAnalysis of a Ballad

Sonnets: Writing Tips

Vocabulary: Definition/Synonyms and Antonyms/Grammatical Category

1) bustle    2) drone   3) punter  4) yarding   5) shedding

Extension:

a) sonnet   b) quatrain   c) couplet  

Quote of the Week

Write your own quote

Write your own quote

Term 3 Week 6

Homework Task 9 Due 21st August

        My Country   Biography D. Mackellar         Core of My Heart
       Cool Maths         Mathletics       Order of Operations
        Artefacts        Artefacts UK       Artefacts Collection

 SpellCity Assignment

 Vocabulary: Origin, Definition, Sentence

1) coppice  2) horizon  3)  tragic  3) pitiless  4) famine  5) lavish

Extension: Interpret the meaning from the author, Create alternative adjectival phrases 

a) Opal-hearted country    b) The sapphire-misted mountains 

Quote of the Week

What does this poem mean to you?

How did Dorothea Mackellar communicate with the world as to her thoughts about her homeland? Be specific!

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Term 3 Week 5

EHSS Annual Speech Competition

                                                                                                   

          Modality, Language Features, Audience AppealRhetorical Devices, Emotion, Delivery

The Man from Snowy River Biography – Paterson Australian Story
Poetry Dictionary Documentary – Paterson Poetry Library – Banjo
         

Vocabulary: 1) ballad     2) refrain   3) haiku    4)  verse

Extension: a) epitaph  b) assonance  c) tercet  d) parody

Thought of the week
 
1) Your thoughts on this quote?
2) Explain the similarities between this quote and the ballad – The man from snowy river.

Term 3 Week 4

Homework Task 8A – due 4th August

SpellCity Assignment

 Storm Boy Text 1-4 – Vocabulary

1)   forlorn   2) poach  3) teeming  4) sanctuary

Extension: Dictionary.com  a) pluvial  b) williwaw  c) mot  d) gloaming

Commonwealth Games Commonwealth History Commonwealth Games Athletes
Colin Thiele Storm Boy Film Clips  Storm Boy Review
 Scratch  QR Codes  Determining Reasonable Units

Blog Task: Biography – Commonwealth Games Athlete or Colin Thiele

Book Creator App – Tazzin & Erynn

                   


Thought for the week
Be kind to unkind people. They need it the most.  
Ashleigh Brilliant

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