You must make a table and complete each market day like the below edxample:
The Government jobs are: Bank Manager, Treasurer, Secretary, and Deputy PM. If your would like to lead the 6T government – Applications are due this Tuesday 27th October!
Businesses: You need to write an application for a business. They are also due this Tuesday 27th October. Make sure you are thinking laterally when applying for your business. Remember to ensure 6T has stores that sell your ASSET LIST items.
2) Complete the discussion questions on your iPad. Copy and paste these questions into the Pages app. Type responses under each question.
3) Let’s hit the shops! Study shopping receipts (dockets).
Collect shopping receipts to look for examples of GST. As a class or individually, answer the following questions:
A helpful resource…
You can refer to the ATO’s website for a listing of GST free foods and beverages
4) Now, look at our School Canteen Pricelist 2015, to complete the following table in your maths grid book!
Click on the link above and view the BtN story on the recent earthquake in Nepal. Titled, Nepal Earthquake. Then you need to answer the following questions in your English books.
1. As a whole class, before you watch this story record in your books what you already know about Earthquakes? Then, create a list of topic related words. You will build on this throughout this activity!
2. What magnitude was the earthquake in Nepal?
3. Describe the devastation the earthquake caused.
4. What is the top layer of the Earth called?
5. What are tectonic plates?
6. Where do most earthquakes occur?
7. How quickly do tectonic plates move?
8. Why are big earthquakes unlikely to occur in Australia?
9. What do the people of Nepal need help with?
10. How did this story make you feel?
11. Research Question: Where have we had an earthquake in Australia? When did this occur? What was the magnitude?
Early Finishers: Explore the community’s action plan after a disaster. Amelia from BtN checks in to find out how the Nepalese kids are doing what aid is needed most. Titled, Helping Nepal.
With the class, write a definition for the apostrophe in your books. Add 5 examples of when you would use an apostrophe.
Apostrophe Activity 1
…is on its way. Keep your eyes open for some clues about what is coming…
Get out that wallet or purse and bring it to school ready to collect all your CASH!
To find out what the following terms mean, pollution, deforestation, erosion, logging, wildlife, resource use eg. mining.
Write statements on the above statements on strips of card. Students distribute statements into small groups and then categorise them – ‘true’, ‘false’, ‘unsure.
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