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Lit Circles Roles Posters

Passage Picker and Plot Twister Literature Circles

Write a summary for the text “Chester’s Way.” Complete the Passage Picker and Plot Twister Role:

WRITING – WK3T3 – Shape Poems

What is a shape poem? A Shape Poem is a type of poetry that describes an object and is shaped the same as the object the poem is describing. You could write your shape poem on anything. What Shapes Could… Continue Reading →

READING – WK2T3 – Discussion Director.

Write a summary for the text “Wonder”. (What we have read so far) Complete the Discussion Director Role:  

READING – WK2T3 – Word Wizard

1: Write a summary about the text you are currently reading. 2: Complete the Word Wizard role. Make sure you rule your page, heading, date, neat writing.    

READING – WK1 – Connector

1: Write a summary about the text “Little Elephants”. 2: Complete the Connector role. Make sure you rule your page, heading, date, neat writing.

READING WK6 – Language Investigation – Synonyms

Watch the below video about ‘synonyms’: Write the definition for a synonym in your reading book. Provide 5 examples in a sentence. Using this template: Make 5 “synonym scrolls” Pick a main word and write it in the middle. Continue… Continue Reading →

READING – WK5T2 – Reading and Viewing – Drought

Watch: http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4636596.htm Answer the following comprehension questions in your Reading book: 1: What were the main points of this story? 2.What do the kids like about living on a property? 3.Why can it be hard living on a farm? 4.What… Continue Reading →

READING – WK5T2 – Research Task – Drought

Create your own News Article! Read the DROUGHT Poster from the Herald Sun. Drought http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-02-26/100-years-of-drought/5282030 Now you need to research a Drought from any where in the world. Using comic life, make an article page. This page should include: Heading… Continue Reading →

READING – Wk5T2 – Language Investigation – Homographs

Watch: Homographs are two or more words spelled the same but not necessarily pronounced the same and having different meaning. Can you think of an example? Create a silly riddle or song like the one above using at least 10… Continue Reading →

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