- Look closely at the photo. Name at least 3 features which might give you a clue about the location. Tell your teacher before going on to the next question.
- Tell us the suburb and city of this location.
EXTRA: Can you find out more about why the sign asks us to slow down?
EXTRA EXTRA: Why might this location be of significance to Ms Lockyer?
The artist Phibs has created this street art mural.
1. Where is it located in Perth?
2. Why would Phibs have been asked to create this mural in this place?
Q1. Where is this located, the spot where the photographer was standing? Tell us the suburb, local government area, state and country it is in.
Q2. Where is that boat going to? Tell us the name of the waterway.
Q3. Watch this clip, and tell us how the waterway has changed.
LEVEL UP BONUS QUESTION: This waterway had a very negative name in the late 1800s. What was it?
Q1. Where is this located? Tell us the name of the special area it is in.
Q2. Tell us the suburb, local government area, state and country it is in.
Q3. Who builds these boxes?
BIG HINT: Did you spot a box up in the tree with the words ‘gobatty.com.au’ written on it?
LEVEL UP TIP: Use full sentences. Capital letters and punctuation will get you far!
Can you work out the location of the statue in the photo? Look carefully for some detail in the environment which might help you.
Can you give the exact address or longitude and latitude? Let us know which words you used in a Google search, any other search apps you may have used, and which details in the photo helped you.
BONUS POINTS! Who is the person this statue represents? Why are the bird statues there? What is the connection between this statue and Bull Creek?
What do you think of my art work? I have been woking hard on my art skills and I am very proud of my shapes and colours.
Leave a comment below.
Can you prove this is fake news? Leave a comment on the blog. Use the CLAIM-SUPPORT-QUESTION thinking framework.
We are investigating a problem in our classroom: our plants are not growing as we expected!
The most important part of research is asking questions before you investigate. Ishanvi, Grace and Chloe have recorded their questions here:
Ishanvi, Grace and Chloe then used some library books to help with their questioning. These library books were very useful:
- The Gardening Book by Jane Bull. J635BUL
- Cool Stuff the Grow by Stephanie Turnbull. J635TUR
- Rocks and Soil by Peter Riley. J552RIL
- Grow It Eat It J635GRO
Here are some photos from the books. Can you read the pages to research the answer to our problem?
Have you got a question which will help us with our research thinking? Write it in the comments below.
Charlie was surprised when she couldn’t use Loom in her class. Can you find out why? Can you suggest a similar tool she could use?
We are learning to use digital technologies in finding solutions for problems connected with disasters.
CLIP 1: DISASTERS HAPPEN
CLIP 2: DEALING WITH FLOODS
CLIP 3: HOW TO PREDICT AN EARTHQUAKE
CLIP 4: PREPARING FOR FLOODS
CLIP 5: PREDICTING BUSHFIRES
CLIP 6: VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS
CLIP 8: WHAT CAUSES TSUNAMIS?
CLIP 9: DISASTER IN BALI