Homework – Weeks 4 and 5, Term 2

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Here is our homework for Weeks 4 and 5 of Term 2. All of our tasks relate to the learning we have been doing, or will be doing, in class. To complete the geography task this week, you may need a map of Australia. You can download one here or get it off me in class.

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This homework is due back on Friday, 27th May. Our organisation tip for this week is to have a space in the house where you can complete your homework without interruptions or distractions. It is very hard to work if you have the TV blaring in front of you!

When you finish your homework, why not score yourself on our marking rubric – it should be the same score I give you!

Homework – Weeks 2 and 3, Term 2

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Here is our homework for Weeks 2 and 3 of Term 2. All of our tasks relate to the learning we have been doing, or will be doing, in class. If you need a World Map to use for the Geography task, you can download one here or get it off me in class.

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To play the Powerlines Challenge, you can click here for Level 1 or here for Level 2.

This homework is due back on Friday, 13th May. Our organisation tip for this week is to make a toolkit or collection

of belongings that you use just for homework, so you know you will always have the right materials on hand. When you finish your homework, why not score yourself on our marking rubric – it should be the same score I give you!

Homework – Weeks 8 and 9, Term 1

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Here is our homework for Weeks 8 and 9 of Term 1, a special camp edition. You will notice many of the tasks have to do with your experiences on camp. The homework is the same format as last fortnights; you need to complete two tasks from each of the rows – tasks that will extend your learning. Don’t forget that reading is also a part of your homework that needs to be completed, and should be recorded in your diary.

Your homework is due back on Friday, 1st April. Our organisation tip for this week is to use your diary and pre plan when you will do each task during the fortnight, so you don’t have to rush at the last minute. When you finish your homework, why not score yourself on our marking rubric – it should be the same score I give you!

56C have been very good at completing our homework so far this year, which is fantastic to see. Don’t forget that if you don’t submit your homework on the due date, or have not completed all the required tasks, you will need to do these during our homework makeup session of Friday afternoons. This includes our weekly reading. If you are having trouble with any of the tasks or are finding them difficult to complete in the time frame, just come and ask for help before the due date and we can work out what to do. This is an important skill to learn as we prepare for secondary school, where there will be increased expectations and workload.

Homework – Weeks 4 and 5, Term 1

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Here is our homework for Weeks 4 and 5 of Term 1. As we discussed in class today, it is laid out a little differently to last fortnights. As with all things, as we recieve feedback and reflect on what we do we like to improve things for the better. I hope this homework layout is much more relevant for us all! (Just as you’re learning as 5/6 students, I am still learning to be a great 5/6 teacher… it’s a little different to 3/4!)

Don’t forget to complete you reading and at least two activities from each of English, Maths and Integrated. Are you picking tasks that challenge you and extend your learning?

Your homework is due back on Friday, 4th March (right before camp). Have you used your organisation skills to plan out how much you need to complete each night? When you finish your homework, why not score yourself on our marking rubric – it should be the same score I give you!

Remember, if you have any questions, just ask!

Homework – Weeks 2 and 3, Term 1

hwkThis is our homework grid for Weeks 2 and 3 of Term 1. Don’t forget to complete all 9 activities above the line, and choose one of the three tasks below the line. Your homework is due back on Friday, 18 February. Have you used your organisation skills to plan out how much you need to complete each night?

Remember, if you have any questions, just ask!

Our homework will be marked using the marking rubric below. This is a tool to help you know exactly what you need to do to get the best marks on your homework each week. When you finish your homework, why not score yourself – it should be the same score I give you!

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