Inquiry Reading

Task Instructions:
Step 1: Copy this task into your own OneNote Section.

Step 2: Watch the following video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFGv_d6h45U

Step 3: Answer each of the questions below.

Step 4: Use the interactive sites

  1. What is an reversible change? Give an example.
  2. If I dissolve salt into water, can I reverse this? Explain why.
  3. What is an irreversible change? Give an example.
  4. Label the following as reversible or irreversible change and explain your answer
    1. Tearing a piece of paper
    2. Cooking an egg
    3. Mixing a glass of cordial
    4. Dissolving sugar in water

Interactive sites

https://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/reversiblechanges.html

https://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/detectivescience/materialchanges.html – Use this one through Microsoft Edge if it doesn’t work through Chrome. You will need to allow Flash Player.

Writing

Watch this Youtube clip that introduces procedural writing:

TASK 1:

Fill the gaps in the sentences below about procedural writing.


The information can be found in the above slide to help you answer these.

Procedural texts inform _____________________________________

Procedural texts follow _______________________________

The sentences in procedural texts ___________________________

There are many types of procedural texts, such as:

TASK 2:

In your OneNote copy and paste this into Remote Learning-Writing-Week 2-Monday and add to the dot points:

Come up with three examples you might write about for the following:

How to Play:

  • A game of tag

How to Make/Build:

  • A sandcastle

How to Prepare/get ready for:

  • A day at the beach

Please read through this example of a procedural text. Pay particular attention to the structural features that are described in the colourful boxes.

Maths

Learning Intention

To use function machines to apply mathematical rules to numbers.

Success Criteria

I can use function machines to apply rules with the four operations.

I can use function machines to find the rules and then apply to numbers.

Task 1:

Watch the link:

Balancing Equations

Task 2:

Complete the questions below.