Here’s our episode of News from 56C for weeks 4 and 5 of Term 4. In this episode we are talking all about science and interschool sports. Enjoy!
We started off with a perfect goal from Dylan to start the match against Berwick Primary. When the match went on we were falling behind big time. As the match was coming to an end we started to get some more goals, but the end we lost by 11 points.
The interesting parts of the day was when we were vs. Berwick Lodge, Dylan from half court and only just missed the ring. Another interesting moment was when Dylan shot the ball with four nerve-racking seconds left to catch up, but by the end of game we lost by 30 points. 4-34.
The best player last week on Friday had to be Dylan. He got most of our points. Dylan helped us get the ball down the court. Dylan stopped the ball getting down their end and getting points on the board. The funniest part was when Josh ( Liam ) went sliding down the court.
Berwick played very good that day. They had won every game they played. The best game they played was against Beacon Hills. It was a very close game. They finished Berwick 14- Beacon Hills 10. Berwick finished 1st, Beacon Hills 2nd, Us equal 5th and Berwick Lodge Last.
We both enjoyed!
by Luke, Liam and Josh
My book that I have chosen is HOLES
I think HOLES is a great and exciting book to read because it has a twist in it and thats not all the exciting bit that goes on in HOLES. Stanly Yelnats is a boy that had shoes fallin from the sky and hit stanly in the head and the police seen Stanly running with a pair of shoes and the police find out that they are stolin so he gets arrested and has to go to camp green lake for his consequences. so you won’t exspect what will happen next.
Anyone who reads this you should read this book because it is a great book to read its a adventure book and its exciting. Stanly first has to go to camp green lake for 18 months and dig HOLES to build character. in the middle of the book zero his freind does somthing wronge and runs away so stanly goes after zero to bring him back , when they come back they get them self into a bit of trouble but i’m not going to tell you what happens next.!
GO CATS WE ARE THE BEST TEAM EVER AND WE WON THE GRAND FINAL OF 2011 YEAH
GEELONG ARE THE CHAMPIONS AND COLLINGWOOD LOST
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH GO CATS
SORRY COLLINGWOOD FANS GEELONG WAS JUST THE BETTER TEAM ON THE DAY HOPE YOU DO BETTER NEXT YEAR.
I’m so nervous I hope I don’t stuff up my lines when I’m talking on stage in front of a big packed audience staring at me. Ohh no now I have to go on stage with this stupid captain hat on that doesn’t even fit my head and that it would only fit a 2 year old. YES I’m so happy now that I have finished this act without stuffing up my lines but Ijust remembered that my parents are coming tomorrow night to watch me so I hope I won’t stuff up my lines.Now I have to go back to the change rooms to get changed into my finale costume. Now that all the acts have finished we all have to go back to the theater for the finale with the song party rock anthem every day I’m shufflin.
Our inqiury topic we are doing on Prezi is Baseball in the 1900’s to the 1920’s. Me and Tai have been working really hard on this for over 4 weeks and we have put a lot of effort into our information on our prezi. We hope you will enjoy our Baseball presentation by Luke and Tai.
On Friday, we continued our work on fractions, decimals and percentages. We started looking at how we could find the percentage of something when we had an amount that was more than or less than 100. To help us, we took to the school car park.
We found a row of 20 cars, and from this row were were able to work out some fraction, decimal and percentage amounts of the colours of the cars. Here is some of our work. We recorded it on the footpath so everyone could see.
To help you further practise matching fraction, decimal and percentage pairs, why not try out this game from the BBC’s fractions, decimals and percentages collection (there are more games and instructions if you follow the link!)
Thanks to Amber and Luke for summarising the 1940s.
We are now at that hectic time of the year with writing reports and completing assessments and because of that, it has been more than a week since we updated our blog. This doesn’t mean we haven’t been hard at work though!
During the week Luke and Kelly have been busy investigating and preparing the first episode of our new weekly vodcast, temporarily titled ‘News from 56C’. Together they brainstormed a large list of ideas for the episode, wrote up a script and filmed it themselves. What a fantastic effort for our first ever attempt! In this week’s episode, you can find out about: