Time to design your own emoji! Some important points to remember:
Your emoji must be made up of pixels. You are welcome to use pencils and squared paper,
or download this Excel template for squared paper. Use the fill tool – the ‘bucket’ – to create your emoji.
save your work on your OneNote – Library tab.
Read this article on the original emojis:
Have a go at copying the emojis using grid paper. Take a photo of your work for your OneNote Library page.
We are learning about how places in Australia are similar and different.
We are learning to describe places in different ways – by their names, their features and their location.
We are learning about the indigenous names of places in our country.
We are learning to locate and collect information from images
CENTRAL IDEA: People create and use code to enable machines to help us in our daily lives.
LINES OF INQUIRY:
What is computer code? FUNCTION –
How does it work? CONNECTION –
How is code connected to our daily experiences?
What Is Code? – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
We are learning to locate places in our own country.
We are celebrating the journey of Clinton Pryor. TASK 1:
Watch the video on this page. TASK 2:
Learn more about Clinton Pryor here.
In your group,create an Ozobot map showing Clinton’s journey.
Stretch your thinking. Impress us with your synthesising. Leave a comment on this blog post. Tell us anything which surprised you, puzzled you, anything that you noticed, anything that made you change your mind about Clinton Pryor and Clinton’s Walk.
LEARNING INTENTION: We are learning to create an effective safety message.
What can we make our message about? Here are some ideas from
Being alert and aware of unsafe situations
Responding to friends when they are being unsafe with lighters/matches
Responding to fire (Home Fire Escape Plan e.g. smoke alarm, crawling low under smoke, meeting at the letter box; Triple Zero) Indicating on a local map the location of safe places
Use the Pages app on your iPad to create an infographic about one of these. Steps:
Open Pages App
Google search for an image to fit your topic. Save, insert.
Create a slogan – a catchy sentence for your message. Insert text box for this.
Looking good? Try some editing tools to make it look fantastic.
Our learning intentions:
Design and Technologies: We are learning to design a contest.
Personal and Social Learning: We are learning to collaborate on a design task
Science: We are learning to explain how forces can be exerted by one object on another