Monday 23rd March 2020

WHERE POSSIBLE PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR WORK ON A WORD DOCUMENT OR TAKE A REALLY CLOSE PHOTOGRAPH. THIS MAKES IT EASIER TO READ AND PROVIDE FEEDBACK.

The expectation is that you still date your work, rule up your page, write or type the Learning Intention and Success criteria. What we expect of you in the classroom is what we expect of you at home. Remember you can use your Home Learning Book (HLB) or publish your work as a Word document. Remember to upload all of your work to FreshGrade. Teachers will endeavour to provide feedback where possible.

Reading

We are learning to identify the different types of fiction texts.
I am successful when:
– I can identify different types of fiction.
– I can give examples of books from each genre.
-I can define each genre. 

Mini Lesson
Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4-kKrXk4cM
This video will give you examples of some of the different types of fiction:
– Fantasy Fiction
– Realistic Fiction 
– Historical Fiction 
– Science Fiction
Can you think of any examples of these types of fiction?


Task:
Brainstorm other types of fiction(genres).
For each genre you come up with, write down a definition (what makes them different or special).

Write down the title of a book or series from each genre that you know of. 

Example of task:
Fairy Tale – A fairy tale is a story about fairies and magical creatures that is passed on through generations.  An example of this is Cinderella as it has magic and fairies in the story.

Action:
Please make sure you type this activity and upload it to Fresh Grade.

Maths

We are learning to identify the difference between 2D and 3D shapes.
I am successful when:
– I can identify and describe the features of 2D shapes.
– I can identify and describe the features of 3D objects.

Mini Lesson
What are 2D shapes?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVItzLoovLc

What are 3D objects?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-QwWFkz5hw

What is a 2D shape?
A 2D shape is flat which only has length and width. It has sides and corners. It has no depth – it cannot be picked up and handled. 

What is a 3D object?
A 3D shape has length, width and height. It can be picked up and handled.

Task:
In your work books or on a piece of paper create a T chart with the headings 2D and 3D objects. Write a definition of a 2D shape and a 3D object. Write down some key words that match either type of shape. Think about corners or sides.

Action:
Take a photograph of your work and upload it to Fresh Grade.

 

Writing

We are learning to identify the basic structure of a narrative. 
I am successful when:
– I can identify the orientation of the story. 
– I can identify the build-up to the problem and the problem. 
– I can identify the solution and the ending.

Mini Lesson:
Follow along with the story ‘The Very Cranky Bear’
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pyto2rBUp8

We have used this story and a story mountain to deconstruct (pull apart) the main parts of the story: The Very Cranky Bear Story Mountain

Task:
Read a picture story book either on Epic Books, YouTube or from your own library. Using the Narrative Mountain planner deconstruct (pull apart) the story that you have read. Think about the orientation (setting), the problem, the solution and the resolution.

Action:
Upload your story mountain to FreshGrade.

Homework

If you’re reading this post, it means it is working at home. You beauty!

Homework for the week

Reading 5x20minutes

In your homework book, draw something you love to do i.e. playing netball, riding your bike etc.

Under your picture i want you to write in big letters, ‘THIS BLOG WORKS AT HOME!’

Please keep this a secret, as it is a way for us teachers to see if the blog is working.

Thanks

Homework – Week 9

If you’re reading this post, it means it is working at home. You beauty!

Homework for the week

Reading 5x20minutes

In your homework book, draw something you love to do i.e. playing netball, riding your bike etc.

Under your picture i want you to write in big letters, ‘THIS BLOG WORKS AT HOME!’

Please keep this a secret, as it is a way for us teachers to see if the blog is working.

Thanks

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