BTN New Olympic Sports Term 2

3 Recalls:

  1. 26 new sports want to be included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games.
  2. Some people take bowling more seriously than others.
  3.  A lot of sports have come and gone over time.

2 Understanding:

  1. Tug of war was an Olympic game until it was taken out because it was not as popular any more.
  2. Tug of war was an Olympic game until it was taken out because it was not as popular any more.

1 Question:

Will these sports ever be in a Olympic game?

BTN On Your Feet Term 2

3 Recalls:

  • Sitting can be bad for you.
  • When you sit down for a long time your muscles switch off.
  • Experts now say every 20 minutes to stand up from your seat.


2 Understanding:

  • Obesity, Diabetes and heart dieses are caused by sitting down because when you sit down for a long time your muscles switch off.
  • Sitting down for a long time can be bad for you because when you sit down for a long time your muscles switch off and your body is not as good as processing sugars and fats.


1 Question:

How do tour muscles switch off while you’re sitting?

BTN Modern Shakespeare Term 2

3 Recalls:
– The lion king was based on one of shakespeares plays.
– He wrote 37 plays and made uo 1700 words still use today.
– he also made up heaps of phrases.

2 Understandings:
– The bell shakespeares company is putting a moderen twist on one of his plays because they want kids to love shakespeare.
– A lot of kids like the show because they thought it was funny.

1 Question:
Why id they choose mac beth as the play to show kids?

Science Project Term 2

Term 2 Science Project

science  project

To conclude our science unit on adaptation students will prepare an information display with supporting resources on a desert animal or plant.

Teams will:
• describe the desert environment to which the species is adapted
• describe the structural features and behaviour of the species
• make claims about which are key adaptations that help the species survive.

Present your research on a display board.

  • All in your own words. The language should be impersonal and contain three tier words.
  • Use a font size of at least 16 points for the text on your display board, so that it is easy to read from a few feet away. It’s OK to use slightly smaller fonts for captions on picture and tables
  • The title should be big and easily read from across the room. Choose one that accurately describes your work, but also grabs peoples’ attention.
  • It should contain a least one graph.
  • A picture speaks a thousand words! Use photos or draw diagrams to present non-numerical data, to propose models that explain your claims. As well as creating an annotated drawing to (similar to the one on ‘Camel features’) you’ll be expected to construct a 3D model. This will need to highlight the features and adaptations that are central to your species’s survival in the Australian desert.
  • A Bibliography. At least three sources.
  • A proposal for an experiment to investigate if your claimed structural feature of the animal/plant is an adaptation for surviving in a desert environment. Deciding on what you and your team think you can achieve in the given time, you can either:
  1. propose an investigation
  2. plan the experiment
  3. conduct your experiment and observe, record and share the results in your final display.

A good-quality presentation is:
• well-organised information
• clear, concise communication
• use of evidence and reasoning to support claims
• quality/creative visual aids.

Examples of oral presentations by scientists on adaptations can be found at:

Species to investigate:
• The Australian Mulga (Acacia aneura)
• Old Man Saltbush (Atriplex nummularia)
• The Greater Bilby (Macrotis lagotis)
• Spencer’s Burrowing Frog (Opisthodon spenceri, formerly Limnodynastes spenceri)
• The Thorny Devil (Moloch horridus)
• Budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus)
• The Boab tree (Adansonia gregorii)
• Spinifex grass, for example, Triodia wiseana
• The Spinifex Hopping Mouse (Notomys alexis)
• Shield shrimps (Triops australiensis)
• Termites, for example, Nasutitermes triodiae

  • Find data on your animal/plant and draw ( digitally or not) a graph to record data.

What I need to do:


Picture of animal/plant

Picture of sketch

Map of Australia

Specific name of area

description of that plant/animal

Dot points about the National park/ State park in the desert

Structural features/ adaptations-sketches of body parts/plant plants


  • Our Ideas for experiments
  • Plan it
  • Carry it out/ conduct it (Optional)
  • Record data- tables/ graphs
  • All of this place on poster.

BTN Term 2

3 Recalls
– There is an art project called Dear Hope Street.
– It is about imagining how people live all around the world and connecting with others.
– 100’s of people have already responded.
2 Understandings
– The art project is to imagine about how people’s life is like on the other side of the world because Alex want’s to teach kids about it.
– Alex wants to teach kids also about to be kind to others and not be mean because she wants them to take there own actions.
1 Question
– Is this a viral thing?

100WC Week # 35 Term 2

I was walking down the street until I spotted my favourite lolly shop on the corner. I ran towards it like nothing was stopping me. The door swung open as I pushed it. In every aisle there was a different lolly. It was really magical. I walked and walked until I found my favourite lolly, Sour worms. I walked to the counter and bought the sour worms. I  pushed the door and ran to the nearest chair. I opened the bag. The smell reminded me of when i was younger. I opened my mouth and ate it. It was delicious but it made my tongue tingle. I have now another memory.