Use 3 beebots. Create a synchronised dance using ‘I Like to Move It’.
Check out these clips to find out how countries work together.
THE BIG PICTURE: Exploration of observable patterns helps us to understand the universe. Our curiosity about space can lead to new understandings.
TASK 1: WHAT DO YOU ALREADY KNOW?
Take this quiz.
TASK 2: ECLIPSES
With a partner, read this page. Add to your OneNote space. Tell us what you know from this page about our solar system.
TASK 3: HEXAGONS
Search on ABC Splash. Use the search term ASTRONOMY. Choose your resources carefully to add to this understanding: The Earth is part of a system of planets. Add your new understandings to your OneNote.
- We are learning to understand perspectives of groups in an event in history.
- We are learning to think about how language – the words we choose – reveals perspective.
- We are learning to think about how language defines significance.
RECORDING OUR THINKING
Use the THINK-PUZZLE-EXPLORE chart as you sift through the information sources.
LISTEN TO THESE ABC RADIO AUDIO CLIPS
- FROM http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/awaye/the-end-of-the-beginning/3668818
2. FROM: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/creativeinstinct/the-pinjarra-massacre/4046414
AN UNUSUAL STORY FROM MODERN TIMES:
AN INTERESTING SCRIPT FROM ABC LATELINE TO READ:
CHECK OUT THESE VIDEOS
MOBILE DEVICES VIEW HERE: https://app.emaze.com/@AWICLQOL#1
A USEFUL TIMELINE
Follow the links to create a news report about these events in our history:
|Mrs Dance chops down the first tree in Perth||https://goo.gl/CdwbFS|
|Jandamarra at the Battle of Winjana Gorge||https://goo.gl/VazH0F|
|The opening of the Goldfields Pipeline||https://goo.gl/7fJ2kV|
|C.Y. O’Connor in trouble||https://goo.gl/XBx3Bd|
|The funeral of Moon Chow||https://goo.gl/cX2kJM|
|The death of Stanley Harrison, timberman||https://goo.gl/Coq4Qw|
|The hanging of John Gavin||https://goo.gl/Z6nTis|
|Rosendo Salvado gives a concert||https://goo.gl/y49W70|
|Henry Wildman tries to escape||https://goo.gl/NyDfd3|
|The Catalpa convict escape||https://goo.gl/BsXzZf|
|The death of Yagan||https://goo.gl/QOlp8J|
|WA celebrates self-government||https://goo.gl/xV9aMz|
|The rescue of Varischetti||https://goo.gl/vfE2p5|
|Finding Warri and Yatungka||https://goo.gl/QpssRi|
|Pitman and Walsh||https://goo.gl/pbGSR8|
Ms Lockyer’s Top Seven information sources:
Good for: pictures, women’s lives, mining techniques, Eureka, effect on Indigenous people
Good for: life as a prospector, the development of Kalgoorlie
Good for: Chinese on the Goldfields, health and doctors, daily life, Eureka, technology developments.
Good for: photos of people and places on the Goldfields
Good for: mining techniques, life for women and children, villains, photos.
Good for: an amazing story of an heroic rescue in the W.A. Goldfields.
Good for: law and order, living conditions, women’s lives.
How’s Ms Lockyer going on her Sharks! work? Check out my first Scratch game here. I need a bit of help to get it working. Do you have any suggestions?
If you have a Scratch account, you can see the script for my game here, and can perhaps spot my mistakes:
I have had a go at making a graph to help explain what I learnt from the Twitter feed:
Can you give me some feedback on my graph? I am wondering how I might improve it. I am also wondering if it shows any AHA! information on our inquiry. Please leave a comment here.
Watch the movie to work out where our thinking is, and how we can grow our thinking.
Choose a Storify document from this list. The Storify documents are snapshots of the Twitter stream for the Surf Lifesaving Association of WA.
What do you notice? Are there any patterns? How can you summarise the tweets?