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Category: 56J 2018

Angel Of Kokoda – Putting Yourself In the Kokoda Solider’s Shoes #ANZACDay

Placing Yourself In Someone else’s Shoes Using the following image and listening to story of the Angels of Kokoda by Mark Wilson. You must place yourself in the shoes of one of the Solider’s. You must use description to write av bout the following: I see …… I feel ….. I hear …… I taste ….. I smell …… Advertisements

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ANZAC DAY – MINI INVESTIGATION

ANZAC DAY Welcome back 5/6J. Over the next couple of days you will prepare a mini research investigation to understand the meaning behind ANZAC Day. You will need to complete the following: Choose an investigation area. Research your topic area using key words. Prepare a double entry journal on a google doc – Facts/ Thinking Research your topic and locate…

Using Animoto To Create ANZAC Video’s

Check out Mrs Joyce’s Angel of Kokoda Video Grade 56J this week we will be focusing on ANZAC Day – What is the significance? How do we remember the fallen? What do you know about the meaning of ANZAC Day? You will make your own animo to video to explain the different elements of ANZAC Day. Kokoda Track.

Mrs Joyce hands the task of Planning her road trip with @mbfxc to ISTE18 on to her class. Look Out Marialice we could end up anywhere!

5/6J Mrs Joyce is only 3 week away from her trip to ISTE 2018 in Chicago and the moment she meets her soul sisters Marialice and Margret. But Marialice and I need your help. We are driving from Boston to Chicago and back do not have an itinerary. Over the coming week Mrs Joyce has set a challenge for you.…

Students of 5/6J Make ANZAC Biscuits to celebrate ANZAC Day

ANZAC BISCUITS INGREDIENTS 1 cup rolled oats 1 cup plain flour 2/3 cup brown sugar 2/3 cup desiccated coconut 125g butter, chopped 2 tablespoons golden syrup 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda METHOD Step 1 Preheat oven to 160°C/140°C fan-forced. Line 3 baking trays with baking paper. Step 2 Combine oats, flour, sugar and coconut in a bowl. Place butter, syrup…

Open Minded Portrait – Characterization #ANZACDay

Angel of Kokoda – Mark Wilson To start the beginning of our Open Minded Portrait learning we will use a characterization response to place ourselves in the characters position in the book. While we read Angel of Kokoda I would like you to either follow the character of  the solider or the young Fuzzy boy. You will need to think…

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