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November, 2013

  1. Song Requests

    November 21, 2013 by jessclassroom

    To all 5/6s,

    If there is a song that you really like, and would possibly enjoy moving your feet and waving your arms to, then please comment below with the song name and artist’s name.

    You may just get a chance to hear that song sometime in the next week…if you’re lucky!

    Song requests close on Sunday evening…so don’t miss out.

    DJ Jessie

     Note: Songs with inappropriate content will not be accepted.


  2. Term 4 Week 7 Spelling Homework

    November 17, 2013 by jessclassroom

    Here are the spelling words for this week:

    Chromosomes

    Helix

    Detective

    Criminals

    Examiners

    Transferred

    Indented

    Oblique

    Stabilize

    Fragile

     

    Activity 1. Find the dictionary definitions for each word.

    Activity 2: Write a paragraph using six of the list words. Underline each list word. Underline the topic sentence (the opening sentence that sets the scene and lets the readers know what the text will be about/the text type).

     


  3. Forensic Scientists

    November 13, 2013 by jessclassroom

    Choose one of the forensic scientists below and complete an in depth research into their lives, and the impact their work has had on the forensic science field. You will be asked to present you information in class. Your talk should be at least 3 minutes and no longer than 5 minutes. You will also place the text of your presentation onto your blog as well as links to at least 2 sites you used for your research. Finally record you written work through Audacity and add that to your post.
    Due Friday the 22nd of November.

  4. Term 4 Week 6 Spelling

    November 10, 2013 by jessclassroom

    Here are your spelling words and activities for this week. Due Friday (15/11)

    Witnesses

    Guilty

    Innocent

    Minuscule

    Fragments

    Unique

    Traces

    Vital

    Committed

    Identity

     

    1. Find the dictionary definitions for each word.

    2. Use at least 6 list words in 6 different alliterations.


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