Spelling Term 4 Week 7

Act 1.

Essentially – the basic nature of a person or thing. adverb

Particles – tiny little things.  Noun.

There – in, at or a place or position. Adverb.

Vitamin –  organic compounds which are essential for growth. Noun.

Temperature – the degree or heat or coolness. Noun.

Carbon Dioxide – a colourless  gas produced by burning carbon. Noun.

Methane – a colourless flammable gas. Noun.

Nitrous oxide – a colourless gas with a sweetish odour. Noun

intricately – very complicated or detailed. Adjective.

irreversibly – can’t be changed not reversible. Adjective.

 

Maths Mate Term Four Sheet 7

Q.24 Fill in the missing digits in the multiplication.

1?4 x 8 = ?9?

Predict: I predict this will be about multiplication.

Clarify: Nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: To find the missing digits.

Summary: Multiply 8×4, put down the 2 and carry the 3. Then multiply 8 x 2 add three to give 19. Put down the nine carry the one. 8x 1 is 8 plus 1 is 9.

Reflection: To work this out you needed to know your times tables and you use trial and error.

 

Spelling Term 4 Week 6

Act 1.

Antarctica-  a place with a lot of snow and ice down south of the world. noun

Expedition- A journey or adventure under taken by a group. noun

Recommendation- to recommend or suggest an idea. noun

Researcher- to learn and discover new things for educational purposes. noun

Stationed- to stay in the one spot or to be stationary. verb

Act 2.

expeditions (plus an s)

recommendations (plus an s), recommending (drop the tion and add a ing).

researchers(plus an s), researching(drop the ers and add ing).

stationary(drop the ed and ary)

territory’s( add an s)

conditions(drop the al and add an s)

alliances( add an s)

specializing(drop the sed and add zing)

accommodating(drop the e and add an ing)

accommodations(drop the e and add a tion)

Act 3.

  • There, their, they’re
  • To, too, two
  • Fare, fair
  • Where, wear, we’re
  • Practice, practise

Their car was parked over there near the tree. They’re going to pick it up now.

Jack and Jill said they wanted to come too.

Jack didn’t have any money to pay the taxi fare.

We’re all going to the game.

I need to practise my spelling.

 

 

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 6

Q. 24. Fill in the missing digits in the multiplication.

2?6 x 3 = ?3?

Predict: I predict that this is going to be about multiplication.

Clarify: Nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: To fill in the missing numbers.

Solution: 246 x 3 = 738: 3×6=18, (3×4)+1=13, (3×2)+1=7

Summary: To work this out you need to know multiplication.

246

x    3

738

 

 

Oil effects on the world

Who uses oil as an energy source?

Oil is used by the whole world with each part only having so much of it. Australia’s oil consumption is predicted to increase in the next two decades. Oil accounts for 34% of the world’s primary energy consumption which means it plays a big part in the world’s energy to help us with things like transport. Australia owns 0.3% of the world’s oil sources, in the world the oil reserves are at an estimate of 1.4 trillion barrels and Australia owns only 0.3% of it. The country that owns the most oil in the world is Venezuela because that is the place where the most oil is found.

Top 10 country’s with the most oil:

1

 Venezuela (see: Oil reserves in Venezuela)

297,170[2]

2

 Saudi Arabia (see: Oil reserves in Saudi Arabia)

269,913

3

 Canada (see: Oil reserves in Canada)

173,625 – 175,200

4

 Iran (see: Oil reserves in Iran)

157,300[3]

5

 Iraq (see: Oil reserves in Iraq)

140,300[4]

6

 Kuwait (see: Oil reserves in Kuwait)

104,000[2]

7

 United Arab Emirates (see: Oil reserves in the United Arab Emirates)

97,800

8

 Russia (see: Oil reserves in Russia)

80,000[2]

9

 Libya (see: Oil reserves in Libya)

48,014

10

 Nigeria (see: Oil reserves in Nigeria)

37,200

 

 

PLUS MINUS INTERESTING
 Oil is good because it helps us with transport and cooking and lots more. It can be found in a lot of places. Oil can be transported all over the world by ships and planes.

 

Oil can leek when it is getting transported. It releases fumes that pollute the air. It can soon run out after time.

 

Australia only owns 0.3% of oil in the world. Venezuela owns the most oil in the world. There are an estimate 0f 1.4 trillion barrels in the world of oil.

 

Bibliography:

http://www.ga.gov.au/image_cache/GA16759.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_proven_oil_reserves

http://www.mapsofworld.com/world-top-ten/world-top-ten-oil-reserves-countries-map.html

 

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 5

Q.21 Which two swimming strokes have similar world record times?

Prediction: I predict that this is going to be about looking at the graph and seeing which ones are the same height.

Clarify: Nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: To be able to read the graph.

Solution: To look at the two that are the same height, which are backstroke and butterfly.

Summary: To be able to use graphs properly and to be able to see what are the same.