Hotmaths widgets for multiplication and division

Here are some of the Hotmaths widgets for multiplication and division. Have at go at solving your problems using them, and take note of steps that they may use that are different to your method/s. There are LOTS more of these on Hotmaths, so if there’s a different one that you use that you find helpful please comment or paste the link below! – Caitlyn 🙂

https://www.hotmaths.com.au/lessonSection/displayWidgetFullScreen.action?mediaId=76155

https://www.hotmaths.com.au/lessonSection/displayWidgetFullScreen.action?mediaId=68059

https://www.hotmaths.com.au/lessonSection/lesson.action#/resources/widget/76054/

https://www.hotmaths.com.au/lessonSection/displayWidgetFullScreen.action?mediaId=90420

https://www.hotmaths.com.au/lessonSection/displayWidgetFullScreen.action?mediaId=76055

Week 6 Homework

Hi 5/6 B – Here is our homework for the next coming week:

  1. Read at least 5 times for the week, for at least 20 minutes each time. You must date the work, Write how many pages you read and get a parent or caregiver to sign.
  2. Herald Sun for Kids  Click here for the link  http://www.heraldsun.com.au/kids-news/a-huge-rip-in-the-ground-has-scientists-suggesting-africa-is-starting-to-split-in-two/news-story/ef66af3388365dc736c0802db9055dee
  3. HotMaths task – revision on multiplication by multiples of 10
  4. 100 Word ChallengeThe prompt is:…but I didn’t understand the instructions…

    Things to think about:

    • What were the instructions for? A thing, a location, an action?
    • What problem does not understanding bring?
    • what be the perfect result be?

Homework Week 5

Hi 5/6B – This week you are expected to..

  1. Read at least 5 times for the week, for at least 20 minutes each time. You must date the work, Write how many pages you read and get a parent or caregiver to sign.
  2. Herald Sun for Kids  Click here for the link  http://www.heraldsun.com.au/kids-news/people-flee-as-hawaiis-erupting-volcano-destroys-homes/news-story/e1fdc54c016899d68ccca8fb1afad855
  3. HotMaths task
  4. 100 Word Challenge

Our friends at Night Zookeeper have set a special prompt for us this week. It is about their upcoming book, The Lioness of Fire Desert, which is available in August. In the story, Night Zookeeper Will travels to the Fire Desert and discovers a pink lake and animal hospital.

Prompt: Can you invent a magical animal that could live in one of these magical places and tell us all about them?

Naplan Prompt – Reading

Year 5:

Reading magazine: https://www.nap.edu.au/_resources/Example_Test_Reading_Magazine_Y5.pdf

Questions: https://www.nap.edu.au/_resources/Example_Test_Reading_Y5.pdf

 

Year 7:

Reading magazine: https://www.nap.edu.au/_resources/Example_Test_Reading_Magazine_Y7.pdf

Question: https://www.nap.edu.au/_resources/Example_Test_Reading_Y7.pdf

 

Week 4 Homework

Hi 5/6B! Here is your homework for week 4.

There are a couple of changes to our usual Hotmaths and BTN – please let me know if you have any issues BEFORE next Tuesday.

  1. Read 5 times, date your reading, record how many pages you read and for how long. Make sure you get a parent or caregiver to sign your homework book.
  2. The 100 word challenge. This week we are venturing into the world of conversation & speech!                                                                  The prompt is:…’when did it arrive?’ I said                                                    Things to consider:
    • What is it?
    • Why is the question being asked?
    • What will the result be if ‘IT’ is late or early?
  3. Herald Sun for Kids. Read the following article and respond as you normally would for a BTN reflection, colour coding or using a key to identify understandings, facts and questions.  Clickhere for the link.
  4. Maths – this week please use this link to Khan Academy where we will practice some more factors and multiples.  Please let me know if you are having difficulties logging on to and completing tasks.

Homework Term 2 Week 2 – My apologies 5/6B & Week 3 homework

Hey 5/6B,

I’m sorry about the problem accessing the homework on my blog this week – it seems I didn’t publish it properly, thank you for those people who alerted me to this!

Below is the homework for Week 3, please let me know if you have any issues accessing it!

  1. Reading Log – 5 nights (reading log sheets are on the back wall for those of you who need new ones).
  2. 100 word challenge – https://100wc.net/
  3. BTN – here is your link for this week – http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s2709798.htm
  4. Hotmaths – Make sure you’ve complete the last weeks ‘patterns in multiplication’ and then move on to this weeks multiplication task.

Caitlyn 🙂

Being an Australian Citizen

I understand what it means to be an Australian Citizen

 

APK:

What does the word CITIZEN mean?

Create this table for APK and New info:

I think/ We think/ We check- work with a partner to fill in the chart

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/citizen

 

N.I/Application:

What does it mean to be an ‘Australian citizen?’

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/citi/curr/even/why-/quick-guide-to-australian-citizenship

read as a class-discuss & take notes

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4659781.htm--take notes & discuss

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4247966.htm-take notes & discuss

What values do we share?

http://differencedifferently.edu.au/one_country_many_cultures/part_4a.php

What are the rights and responsibilities of an Australian citizen?  http://differencedifferently.edu.au/who_can_be_australian/part_2a.php  – click on “Click here to view the rights and responsibilities of Australian Citizenship”

What are issues that will concern Australian citizens?/  What are actions of responsible and engaged Australian citizens?

http://differencedifferently.edu.au/who_can_be_australian/part_3a_1.php -discuss and, at the bottom, choose an issue that you and your partner will represent. Fill in that pamphlet thinking about that issue. You may even want to choose a point of view that you don’t feel is your personal opinion

 

Goal Reflection:

What do I hope to do in my life to be an active Australian citizen?

Being A Global Citizen

Image result for global citizenshipship

Goal:

I understand what it means to be a global citizen

APK:

How are these pictures ‘global’?

 

New information/Application:

What does it mean to be a ‘global citizen?’/ what values do we share?:

Create this table:

I think/ We think/ We check (do I think/we think before watching resource)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPdtGrnj7sU

http://www.civicsandcitizenship.edu.au/verve/_resources/S101_Defining_Global_Citizenship_ed.pdf

What are the rights and responsibilities of a global citizen?/What are issues that will concern global citizens?

Case study-Oxfam  https://www.oxfam.org.uk/cymru/vision-mission-and-beliefs       https://www.oxfam.org.uk/what-we-do/about-us/how-we-work/our-goals-and-values https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5veIlFgugAI

What are actions of responsible and engaged global citizens?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4z7gDsSKUmUhttp://www.civicsandcitizenship.edu.au/verve/_resources/A102_Global_Citizenship_Diagram.pdf  http://differencedifferently.edu.au/thinking_globally/part_3a.php

 

Goal Reflection:

What do I hope to do in my life to be an active global citizen?

Reciprocal teaching 18/04

This week for reciprocal teaching you will be reading an article on the Herald Sun Kids website. The article is about the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and the importance of demonstrating sportsmanship.

Here is the link: http://www.heraldsun.com.au/kids-news/kind-gesture-in-womens-10000m-race-proves-aussie-runners-are-good-sports/news-story/6ecb187f8b159dc6301bedd9b89cb3c5

Reciprocal teaching groups:

Group 1: Nekki, Albe, Zehra

Group 2: Edison, Addison, Evan

Group 3: Toby, Luka, James

Group 4: Josh, Ryan, Elio

Group 5: Mariana, Amelia, Ava,

Group 6: Archie, Sophie, Eloise, Emma, Ambrose

Group 7: Bridget, Ethan, Declan