Today you will read the article from The Age newspaper based on the erosion at Inverloch. You are going to use synthesising and the three column note to show your learning and how your thinking changes.
This week for science we are going to look at before and after images in locations where a natural disaster has hit. You will then select one of the images and write a Venn Diagram explaining the similarities and differences between the images.
Once you have completed a draft, you can write up a good copy for your Writers’ Gift.
Today is Remembrance Day and we are going to use our synthesising skills to learn about the importance and meaning of Remembrance Day.
Today we are going to think about global warming and use synthesising to better understand it.
Today we are going to continue to work on fractions within a collection.
Today we are going to work on synthesising. When we synthesise, we use determining importance and summarising to be able to add to or change our thinking about a topic, character or text.
For the next two weeks we are focusing on synthesising from a nonfiction text.
We need to be able to synthesise to show we understand what we read and so we learn about the topics within out texts.
To show that we have been successful at synthesising, we are going to complete the following about the texts we read:
Before reading I think…
After reading I now think…
Read the article…
Write a title and SL1S…
Answer your questions in sentences…