Spelling term 3 week 5

Act 1.

1. we where at a very high altitude on the mountain.

2. don’t touch the plug you might have an electrocution.

3. it was so hot its climatic.

4. he was sitting at the Bureau.

Act 2.

cyclone – cyclonic

cylinder – cylindrical

cycle – cyclical

hero – heroic

history – historic

magic – magical

music – musical

poetry – poetic

 

 

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 6

Q.24 The table below shows the team standings after 2 rounds of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Which did Spain play in its third round robin game, given Honduras lost its opening match to Chile?

Predict: I predict that this will be about reading the table

Clarify: Nothing to clarify

Find the big picture: To see who is playing Spain next

Solution: To work this out I needed to look at the goal tally. I then needed to find out who scored the goals against. I found out that Spain had to verse Chile.

Spelling term 2 week 4

Act 1. when I picture something when i’m thinking or it’s just in my head i’m visualizing.when I check something or double check or ask a question it is verifying. The authorities asked me questions and told me what to do. when a caterpillar turns into a butterfly they go trough transformation.

Act 2. a suffix is something that is added to the end of a word.

Act 3.

able: available, containable, unable, unavailable, persuadable.

ation: creation, legislation, exhilaration, celebration, nation, excavation, explanation, exploration.

ible: terrible, invisible

 

Maths Mate Term 3 – Sheet 4

Question 21. A bag contains 4 red, 6 yellow and blue raffle tickets. what are the chances that first ticket that is drawn will be black.

Predict: I predict that this will be about chance.

Clarify: Nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: What are the chances of a black ticket being drawn.

Solution: It is impossible because there is no black ticket in the bag.

Summary: This was a trick question to see if we read the question properly or to see if we know what the chances are.

Maths Mate Term 3-Sheet 3

Question 22: The sum of three consecutive whole numbers is 96, what are the three numbers?

Prediction: I predict that this is going to be about using my addition skills to get three numbers to equal 96.

Clarify: Nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: To get three numbers to equal 96.

Solution:

1. Firstly I thought 3 x 3 = 9, so I thought the numbers might be in the 30’s.

2. Then I thought of three consecutive numbers that add up to 6.

3. Then I knew it would have to be 31, 32, 33.

Summary: The answer was 31+32+33=96. I used prior knowledge to work this question out.

 

 

Spelling Term Two Week Two

Act. 1.

1. Tsunamis are big tidal waves and they cause mass destruction.

2.Tornadoes are big spiraling winds that build up over the ocean.

3.Monsoons are caused by rain and they cause massive flooding.

4. Volcanoes are big mountains that erupt and pour lava out.

Act. 2.

Pre: prepare, prevent, precede. Hyper: hyperventilate, hyperbole. Trans: transport, transportation, transmit,