Welcome to India

Today we are going to explore the Indian Culture

You will know you have been successful when you can:

# Learn the movements associated with Indian dance

Welcome to India

# Introduce yourself in Hindi

# Count from 1-10 in Hindi

# Use the Hindi language to greet others

# Write words using the Hindi language

Reflecting on our learning

q1) What was your favourite activity today and why?

q2) Which activity did you learn the most from? Please explain.

q3) Your choice of reflection.

The Man from Ironbark

Learning Intention

Today we are learning about the poem ‘The man from Ironbark,  by A.B Patterson

Success Criteria

You will know you have been successful when you can:

#Read the poem ‘The man from Ironbark.’

#Identify the meaning, figuative language, vocabulary and tone of the poem

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Planets Facts

The Planets (plus the Dwarf Planet Pluto)

Our solar system consists of the sun, eight planets, moons, many dwarf planets (or plutoids), an asteroid belt, comets, meteors, and others. The sun is the center of our solar system; the planets, their moons, a belt of asteroids, comets, and other rocks and gas orbit the sun.

The eight planets that orbit the sun are (in order from the sun): Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. Another large body is Pluto, now classified as a dwarf planet or plutoid. A belt of asteroids (minor planets made of rock and metal) lies between Mars and Jupiter. These objects all orbit the sun in roughly circular orbits that lie in the same plane, the ecliptic (Pluto is an exception; it has an elliptical orbit tilted over 17° from the ecliptic).

Easy ways to remember the order of the planets (plus Pluto) are the mnemonics: “My Very Excellent Mother Just Sent Us Nine Pizzas” and “My Very Easy Method Just Simplifies Us Naming Planets” The first letter of each of these words represents a planet – in the correct order.

The largest planet is Jupiter. It is followed by Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars, Mercury, and finally, tiny Pluto (the largest of the dwarf planets). Jupiter is so big that all the other planets could fit inside it.
The Inner Planets vs. the Outer Planets
The inner planets (those planets that orbit close to the sun) are quite different from the outer planets (those planets that orbit far from the sun).

  • The inner planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. They are relatively small, composed mostly of rock, and have few or no moons.
  • The outer planets include: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (a dwarf planet). They are mostly huge, mostly gaseous, ringed, and have many moons (again, the exception is Pluto, the dwarf planet, which is small, rocky, and has four moons).

English Skills

Learning Intention

This week we are learning skills which will help us to improve our writing, spelling and reading.

Success Criteria 

You will know you have been successful when you can:

# Say, find and write words which have the ‘ou’ sound.

# Spelling you list words accurately.

# Identify and record contractions

# Locate and insert the correct punctuation for the sentence.

# Put the words in alphabetical order

Phonic Focus ‘ou’ sound

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Spelling Lists

List 1                      List 2                  List 3

circuit                    appearance        catch

punctuality          medicine             fruit

electrician            symbol                 wrote

Contractions

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Punctuation

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Grammarpolis

Alphabetical Order

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Poem Challenge

Learning Intention:

This week we are going to learn an Australia classic called “home among the gum trees’, by B Brown and W Johnson

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Success Criteria – you will know you have been successful when:

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# You can sing the song without words

# You can give thoughtful answers to the questions relating to ‘ the Australian way of life.’

Questions:

  1. Write the meanings for each phrase:

a)  cookin’ up a roast

b) mull upon the porch

2) The singer of this song says she’s/he’s been around the world and visited many foreign places.  Yet it’s Australia that she/he adores.

What things does the singer like to do in Australia?

b) There are probably many things that you like to do here in your homeland; things that you can’t do anywhere else.  List five of these things.

 

Planets

Learning Intention:Today you are going to learn about the characteristics of planets

Success Criteria:

# Select a Planet

Record information on:

Name, Meaning of the Name, Position in the Solar System, Size, Moons, Rings, Gravity, Atmosphere, Temperature, Rotation of Axis, Composition of Planet, How a Human would fare on this planet, Discovery of this planet and References you have used.

Mercury

Venus

Earth

Mars

Jupiter

Saturn

Uranus

Neptune

NASA

The Planets Today

Planet Facts

Use these links to assist you in finding the relevant information

Sun Arise

Learning Intention:

This week we will be investigating the Aboriginal culture in association with NAIDOC week

Success Criteria:

I will know I have been successful when:

# Participate in all tasks

# Listen and Discuss Poem and Dream Time stories

# Understand the meaning and history behind NAIDOC week

Poetry Challenge

Dancing

DreamTime – How the kangaroo got its pouch

Dreamtime – Where rainbows come from.

Sun Arise – Rolf Harris/Harry Butler

 

NAIDOC Week – 3-10th July

Naidoc Australia

History Timeline

q1) What does NAIDOC stand for?

q2) Why does Australia have a NAIDOC Week?

q3) Can you name what you think is the most significant event in the timeline (above)

Art Time

Aboriginal Art

Maths Skills

Learning Intention

This week we are learning maths skills which will help us to improve our scores in our daily quiz.

 

Success Criteria

You will know you have been successful when you can:

# Identify and define a prime number.

# Identify the place value of hundreds of millions through to units/ones.

# Identify and write the roman numbers from 81-100.

# Revise, draw and define types of lines.

# Learn the 7 times table.

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Prime Numbers

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Prime Numbers Task – Studyladder

Place Value

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Intro into Place Value – Khan Academy

Place Value – Khan Academy

Roman Numerals

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Types of Lines

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