Homework – Term 4 Week 1

Welcome back to a brand new term! This is our final term for the year so let’s make it a fun and enjoyable one!

You have all recently come back from two weeks holidays. Your task this week is to write a recount based on your holiday. You will need to:

  • Write a plan in your Homework Books
  • Write a draft in your Homework Books
  • Edit and revise your recount
  • Publish your recount on the blog

Your homework will be due: Tuesday 14th October 2014

 

Homework Week 8 – Term 3

Watch TV and find a commercial to analyse.

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Record the following in your blog post:

1) What is the commercial?
2) What is the commercial advertising?
3) Who is the audience? How do you know?
4) What persuasive techniques does the commercial use?
5) How does each technique persuade you?

 

 

Week 7, Term 3 – Excursion to Melbourne Zoo

This week we went on an exciting excursion to Melbourne Zoo! 

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Write at least three paragraphs about your experience. 

Some questions to help you include:

What was your favourite animal?

What was your favourite part of the day and why?

What did you learn about  habitats and how we can protect them?

Why is the ecosystem an important part of the environment?

What actions will you take now?

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Week 5, Term 3

This week has been a very busy week celebrating our learning especially with our Community Classroom – Reading Comprehension focus and Annual Grade 3 and 4 Camp Night!

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This week you will be asked to write two paragraphs about each event (four paragraphs in total).

Share your:

  • Feelings
  • Thoughts
  • Experiences
  • Suggestions for the future
  • Highlights and low-light

Please remember to write at least two paragraphs for each event (each paragraph consisting of four sentences) and proofread your work BEFORE you submit it.

Parents are more than welcome to submit a comment… just remember to not use any names. For example – Steven’s mum.

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TERM 3, WEEK 3 – BEING A GOOD STEWARD OF GOD’S CREATION

Stewardship is how we take care of everything God has given to us. Stewardship comes from the word, steward. A good steward is one who does a good job taking care of something. If we want to be good stewards for God, we must take care of the many things God has given us. We all share a responsibility for stewardship or care of the environment. It is our sacred duty to ensure that the choices we make individually and collectively show that we respect God and we respect God’s creation.

 

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Look at the following images, articles, videos. Choose one and comment on how this does or does not reflect stewardship for God’s creation.

IMAGE 1:

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IMAGE 2:

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IMAGE 3:

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IMAGE 4:

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IMAGE 5:

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Video 1: Great Barrier Reef, from Behind the News

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s3603113.htm

Video 2: Orangutans, from Behind the News

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s2502368.htm

Article 1:

http://www.timeforkids.com/news/save-polar-bear/148981

Article 2: SAVE THE POLAR BEAR

TIME looks at the plight of one of Earth’s most charismatic creatures

http://www.timeforkids.com/news/save-polar-bear/148981

News Article 3: SUPER SMOG IN CHINA

Officials close schools and ground flights as dense smog shrinks visibility in Harbin, a city in China

http://www.timeforkids.com/news/super-smog-china/116231

 

 

 

 

TERM 3, WEEK 2

God’s Creation

God is the creator of all that is good and is the source of all being, things seen and unseen, the giver and sustainer of all creation. This creation is entrusted to the care of human beings, who are utterly dependent upon God. We believe that God created the universe and that God delights in all the creatures of the Earth and all creation. We can see the beauty of our world, and through this, God’s presence in our lives.

 

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Activity: Write about your favourite place in God’s creation (for example, the park, the beach, in a tree, etc). Use descriptive language (adjectives) to build a picture of your favourite place. You might like to draw a picture to upload!

LIVING AND NON-LIVING

We have been looking at what living and non-living things are and what criteria something needs to follow in order for it to be classified as living or non-living.

What would you like to know about the topic of living or non-living? Is there something that you would live to investigate further? Please post answers below.

Homework – Term 3 Week 1

Who is God?

At the very core of the Catholic faith is the belief in God. Without the belief in God there is no belief in the rest of the Catholic faith. Share your ideas and beliefs about God by answering the following questions in full sentences or dot points.

  • How would you describe God?
  • What does God look like?
  • Who or What has helped me develop my image of God?

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