This week you have a choice between a literacy activity or a numeracy activity.
The literacy activity is called ‘The homophone challenge’.
We challenge you to see who can write the most comprehensive list of homophones. Let’s see who can come up with the most words!
For those people who have forgotten what a homophone is, here is some examples!
witch and which OR see and sea OR ore, oar, awe and or.
They are words that sound the same but are spelled differently.
The numeracy activity is an ‘angles revision activity’.
Write down the name of all six angles and then find two examples of each from the building you’re sitting in.
We also want you to think of one time on the clock where the hands represent each angle.
For example, 12.30 shows me a straight angle or 2.05 shows me an acute.
Remember you only have to do one of the activities.
Senior Unit Teachers.
Choose one of the below texts to practice the SQ3R strategy. Remeber reading online is just like reading a book.
Don’t forget to document your thinking using the SQ3R template.
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Australian Natural Disasters
Asia’s Worst Natural Disasters
Australian Olympic Team – 2016 Rio Olympics
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Strong medal potential for rowing Team says Brennan –