□ Reading fluency (15-30 mins): Read to self, read together OR read to me (Book Club text, another good fit book OR Epic! https://www.getepic.com/)
Mrs Buckle’s Epic! Code: htl5326
Mrs Kenwright’s Epic! Code: ize9902
□ Tune in: Watch Mrs Buckle’s video
- We are learning to tune in to interesting and unknown words and find the meaning of these words.
- I can find interesting/unknown words in the text and take note of these (including page number)
- I can try and use context clues to figure out what this words means (by using clues from the text around the word)
- I can use a dictionary to find the meaning of the word
- I can write the definition in my own words so I know what it means
- I can verbally use the work in a different sentence
□ Vocab Enricher:
List 3-5 interesting words and their dictionary meanings from your text.
Make sure you write the meanings in your own words so you understand their meanings.
Other resources: http://mrsbuckle.global2.vic.edu.au/2020/04/20/vocab-enricher/
□ Extension: Complete this role for another book OR find synonyms & antonyms for the words you found to build on your vocabulary.
□ Spelling Fluency (10 minutes):
Find 1 synonym (same meaning) and 1 antonym (opposite) for each of your words
- We are learning to publish informative texts demonstrating increasing control over text structures and language features
- I can reread my draft and make any final changes to fix errors
- I can type or copy my languages paragraph and fix the changes I made during editing
- I can type/write neatly so the reader can follow my work
- I can include illustrations/pictures that are relevant and presented neatly
□ Tune In:
Although the following link shows how to publish a narrative, the same rules apply to an information report.
□ Publishing: Today you need to publish your section on Indigenous Languages using the presentation method you chose last week (poster, speech or powerpoint/prezi presentation). Make sure this is your best work!
□ Find a picture/map/graphic that can be put alongside this paragraph.
□ Upload a photo to Seesaw Class student journal to show your teacher
□ Counting pattern fluency (10 minutes): Practice the timetables facts for your counting pattern by writing them out.
Example (for 4s counting pattern):
4 x 5 = 20
4 x 12 =48
4 x 9 = 36 etc.
□ Tune in: Watch video
- We are learning to make 10 to help with subtraction problems
- I can simplify subtraction by using the make ten strategy
- I can break up a number to make it easier to use
- I can take away to make a 0 in the ones column
Complete the Making Tens Subtraction work sheet from your Remote Learning Pack
□ Extension: Try 3 digit numbers on blank number lines.
Today you are to investigate the Dreamtime. After viewing the above videos and reading related information from your Learning Pack, take notes on the following questions in preparation for using this information during writing next week.
- What is a Dreamtime story?
- What are some famous Dreamtime stories?
- What is the importance of The Dreaming, Dreamtime stories in Aboriginal cultures?
- Draw a picture of one of the Dreamtime stories.