8:30 Spelling: Write your list words into your spelling books using a different colour for the prefix or suffix. (I have highlighted examples in each list)
If you have the internet- Use QUIZLET to create your spelling list and dictionary definitions.
If you still have no internet use the class dictionaries or your laptop one.
9:20-Writing: Graduation Book
Start writing/ typing a draft about your time at Hawker Park for the graduation book.
Here are some tips/ guidelines:
Remember to introduce yourself. Who are you, do you have any nicknames, how long have you been at Hawker Park?
What are the things you love most in this world. Who are your friends, favourites- subjects, sports, teams, foods, animals, colour, interests outside of school, sports clubs, any pets, leadership positions etc
What faction are you in. What high school will you be attending
Include information about each of the year groups and teachers. Something you remember from the classes.
Your favourite or funniest memories. Any other highlights over the years (assemblies, camps, awards, raffles, discos, carnivals)
You can include ANY other information you think is relevant. You may also include a final quote that you like.
* Use punctuation
* Check your spelling
Here are some examples from 2018:
Whole Class: Video
Teacher (or students) to model these questions:
a. 3 x 4 + 6 =
b. (12 / 4) + 4=
c. 5 x 6 + (12 x 2)=
d. 3 + 25 / 5 - (3 x 2)=
Partners: Try the game below to test your understanding of order of operations. You can use working out paper if you wish.
Independent: Please complete the following in your Math Books. Ruled & Dated with the title Order of Operations
* Complete as many as you can before lunch.
11:55- Prepare for your buddy (after lunch activity). You will be working on your animal reports. Pack and Tidy the classroom. Think about how you are going to complete the task with your buddy. Pearse and Selina make sure the green screen is set up.
Buddies- Endangered Animals
Novel Study- Silent reading - adding information to your character sheet (in your file). If you can't find it rule up a piece of paper and start again.
8:30: Whole Class- Spelling
1. Write your spelling words in your spelling books using two colours. Write the prefix or suffix in a different colour.
2. Choose 1 option.
-Dictionary definitions using Quizlet OR
-Dictionary Definitions in your book (from the dictionary) OR
-Create a crossword that uses all of your spelling words and their definitions.
Use the image as a prompt for your writing. You have two choices.
1 )You can write a completely original piece using the picture below as a prompt OR
2) You can read the starter below and continue writing that story.
They had been waiting outside the clocktower all day. Soon, it would be time.
The cloud spat bullets of rain down upon the expectant crowd, before the droplets bounced off the taut canopies of the hundreds of umbrellas that flooded the cobbled square.
Eager eyes became glued to the long, black hands of the clock face. They seemed to be moving in slow motion, as if reluctant to reach the fateful hour; the fateful hour which would determine all their fates...
- Small Groups (Reading Groups)
Read through twice: Create a podcast on Garageband, recording your groups performance.
Text: ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY: by Judith Viorst, (Adapted by Christine Novosel)
10mins Revision +/- Integers (Use a number line if needed)
Groups: Problem Solving
1pm Novel Study Groups
1. Meet with your group. Discuss your summaries and reactions. Create a group summary with 7-10 main ideas.
2. Hand in individual summaries/ reactions (everyone needs to hand them in- no excuses. Even if the page is empty.)
3. Set reading page targets for this week.
4. 1:40: Silent reading for 20 mins
2pm Health- BTN Gaming Addiction
Watch the video. Copy and paste the questions below into a pages doc or Keynote. Answer each of the questions (These do not need to be full sentence answers) You may work with a partner)
2:40 Pack & Stack
Smart's Day Assembly
Tuck Everlasting Art: Download the file containing Chapter 1. Cut and paste the text evidence into text boxes to add to your Art.
HASS: What is Democracy
Partner Test Spelling or LSCWC
Spelling- LSCWC 3x and Partner Mark
Rule up your spelling books.
Neatly copy your words into your books using the two colours
Class Novel & Activities
Morning Math- Complete as many as you can!
10:50 Math- Integers
1pm Senior Sport
1:40 Reflection/ Mindset