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Hello 5R. I have a really bad flu/virus and so cannot attend school. I am sure that you are being well looked after.
The homework assignment is below if you have not already got it.
Enjoy your week.
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Optional activity – For those who wish to have a challenge. (Well done Sebastian – already done!)
As you have been so busy celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday, the homework task recognises the short week. I hope everyone has prepared their brief talk about an organisation that assists those affected by natural disasters.
MONEY FOCUS FOR THIS WEEK’S HOMEWORK-
INVESTIGATION- A DRINK FIT FOR A QUEEN.
Here is the problem you are going to investigate this week.
Your teachers want to see how you go about working your way through a problem.
What strategies will you use?
Will you make the problem?
Draw the problem?
Discuss the problem?
How will you show others your thinking?
Show your mathematical thinking clearly. You can use any resources you like.Students were preparing to run a stall selling ‘spider drinks’ at the school fair. They were asked to create asimple budget to run the stall and work out how much ice-cream, soft drink and cups they could buy within theirbudget. The cost of ingredients and cups were provided to the students as follows:Total funds: $150.00. Show clearly how you are going to spend this $150.00•Ice-cream: $3.50 per 4-litre container•Soft drink: $2.00 per 1-litre or $2.50 for 2 litres•Plastic cups: $1.99 for 25 cupsShow your working out anyway you like. PS- if you don’t know what a ‘spider drink’ is, it is a softdrink with a scoop of icecream floating on top.
Hint- how many mls will your cup hold? How many cups can you get from 1 litre? How many scoops of icecream will you get from 1 tub?
Get the idea. You can use your iPad to present your findings if you like.
May 25, 2016 by Mr Richo
Task 1. CYCLONES IN AUSTRALIA
Read the explanations below (you have been given hard copies)
Underline the keywords from the questions that you will use in your answers.
Complete your answers in your homework book.
a. Approximately how many cyclones strike Australia each year?
b. What temperature does the ocean water need to be heated to for a cyclone to form?
c. What causes the winds to rotate?
d. What happens if a cyclone runs into other strong winds?
e. When is Northern Australia’s cyclone season?
f. What does the Australian cyclone scale go up to?
Task 2-homework book task
In your homework book -divide the page into 2 columns.
REFER TO THE CYCLONE CATEGORIES TABLE FROM THE ‘CYCLONES IN AUSTRALIA’ REPORT.
In the first column copy the information from the DAMAGE COLUMN.
In the second column draw a ‘cartoon’ showing the type of damage that category causes.
Task 3. Ipad task.
There are many types of instruments used to measure our weather. Go to the link above and write a sentence explaining what each of these instruments measure. Find a Google image to go with each description.
- Rain gauge
- wind vane
- weather balloon
- weather satellite
Task 4. Bureau of Meteorology
Screen capture the map of Victoria and describe what you see.
Is rain heading Greensborough’s way? Find Watsonia, it is our nearest suburb.
Continue on with Spellodrome and Mathletics tasks.
May 10, 2016 by Mr Richo
Extra persuasive writing practise – write a persuasive piece on ‘Should school be all year round?’ – do you agree or disagree?
May 3, 2016 by Mr Richo