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.
At the centre of an Inquiry is the reflection on the process. We created podcast episodes by interviewing each other. Our questions were focused on technology process and using information.
Leave a comment for any of the podcast authors to let them know what you think of their thinking, or to ask them a question about their work.
Sienna and Scarlett
Clara and Katie
Bella and Annabelle
Hunter and Cale
David and Royce
Dani and Mia
Bella and Annabelle No. 2
Abbey and Bella
Tristan and Jaxon
James and Callum part 1
Thanks Cana for this picture!
Word Spies Part 4 – Homophones.
Use the iPad app Book Creator. Create a cover page. Find a homophone. Google search images to match and insert into the next page on your Book Creator book. Write a sentence for us to guess which word we should choose. Take a screenshot.
Next step, contribute to our Google Slides collection here:
THE HOMOPHONE PROJECT
LEVEL UP: Want to help your class mates? Leave a comment here suggesting a homophone to use.
Word Spies part 3 – MAN BITES DOG game.
Remember the rules of the game? Choose 5 cards and make the best sentence for the most points. It must make sense. It’s a great partner activity.
Each week we will announce the Kings or Queens of ‘Man Bites Dog’.
QUEENS OF APRIL 7TH: Zokayla
QUEEN OF MAY 19th – Asha
KING OF MAY 26TH – Tom
The Word Spies SENTENCE CUT UP is a challenge set by your teacher.
LEVEL UP! Leave a comment here about something you learnt in this activity, or if you know a good tip for your friends to use on this task.
Can you work out the location of this Perth building in this photo? Look closely for some detail on the building 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.
EXTRA: This building was used for a special celebration on May 1st. Can you work out what it was?