As there are no small groups today, you will need to do your reading task independently!
Your mission is to write a response about your book club book.
Here is an example of how you might lay it out and what you could include:
I have also sent this to you in an email in your Outlook and it is in your OneNote page for today.
All of your writing, maths, mindfulness, and creative Friday Fun challenge are on the 3/4 blog.
If you need help today you can email Stef: Stefania.Lipoma@education.vic.gov.au
And you can go to her open Webex at 12:30 if you need some help: https://eduvic.webex.com/meet/lipoma.stefania.s
Have a wonderful day!
Hey there 3/4 A legends!
You can click here to get your Webex times for this week if you need them. These have also been sent to your parents through Compass, and to your outlook email accounts.
Hello to my amazing 3/4 A students! I miss you already.
Our learning tasks will be on the 3/4 Team blog again: https://sites.mpp.vic.edu.au/mpps3and4s
I will see you in Webex today – you can join anytime between 12:00 and 1:30pm – just to say hi and check in about how you are going.
If you can’t join today that’s fine! It would be great if your parents could send me an email or message, or give me a call, just so I can check in with each and every one of you!
Don’t forget that for today it is Nicole’s Webex room: https://eduvic.webex.com/meet/macrae.nicole.e
Can’t wait to see you soon
Choose a video below to watch and fill out the table in your book. Think about the purpose and audience for this text. What examples can you give that show this?
How to Make a Paper Airplane
If you are looking for our remote and flexible learning tasks, head to the new Year 3/4 blog:
First.. Read through the persuasive letters from the crayons!
crayon persuasive letters
Next… Which do you think is most persuasive and why? Write a summary of this text in your book.
Explain what their opinion is and the reasons they give. You might also write about the tone (angry, pleading, calm, desperate, etc.) and how their word choice, sentence fluency, organisation and ideas help to make it a persuasive letter.
Then… choose one crayon and write a letter back to that crayon responding to their letter. What do you think Duncan might say if he wrote a letter back to the crayon?
First… Read the text below.
Next… Discuss features of the text
Then… Follow the instructions to make the pirate hat!
Once you are finished, reflect on whether you think this text gave you clear enough instructions
Use these websites to research facts about the Sun.
Record the facts in your integrated studies book.
Then make a poster!