Week 3

Blog Challenge – Explain how to achieve quality work in Narrative Writing Printing Press

 Abandoned House Finish the story Comic Strip
 Number patterns  Measurement  SpellCity
 Climatic Phenomena  Cosmo’s Casebook  Parent Interviews

New way to present assignments for some of you – Prezi– be sure to sign up with your (eq.edu.au) webmail.  Tutors available: Christian, Kelsey & Joanna

Non-Naplan student homework: Create a Prezi about learning in our multiage environment

How do we learn?, What do we learn?  Computer Technology, WALT,WILF, Blogs, Group work, Discussions etc  Due: 15th May

Term 2 Learning Goal WIKI – scroll down to the wiki click Term 2 Goals = Discussion.


1. What is the difference between a good writer and a great writer?
2. What kind of writer are you? Please explain
3. Where do you get your ideas from when you are writing a narrative?

ANZAC Spirit

3D Gallipoli Story – please view this prior to returning to class

Please make a comment or ask a question once you have watched this story.

Below is a song about the experiences of an itinerant Australian who volunteered as a soldier in the First World War, took part in the Suvla Bay landing and lost both legs in the Gallipoli campaign. It was composed and performed by Australian singer Eric Bogle, and was probably recorded in 1980.  

And the band played Waltzing Matilda   Lest We Forget

  • Discuss the use of a symbol of Australian patriotism, the song Waltzing Matilda, as a counterpoint to lyrics about sailing to Gallipoli, burying the dead at Gallipoli, being wounded, landing back in Sydney and questioning the commemoration of war in Anzac Day marches.
  • Discuss how the song identifies the level of Turkish preparedness on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
  • Your task:
  • Bring our school ANZAC ceremony to life.
  • Please apply for a job by submitting a comment on the blog – why you are best suited to this position.
  • Photography: (skills in capturing the moment)
  • Video: (steady hand, pan, wide shot, edit)
  • News cast + Roving Reporters: (public speaking skills required)
  • Script writers: (detailed knowledge of history, very high ability in writing)
  • Props (ability in visual arts)

Further criteria will follow after negotiation with 6/7J students

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