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
- What is an reversible change? Give an example.
- If I dissolve salt into water, can I reverse this? Explain why.
- What is an irreversible change? Give an example.
- Label the following as
reversible or irreversible change and explain your answer
- Tearing a piece of paper
- Cooking an egg
- Mixing a glass of cordial
- Dissolving sugar in water
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.
Watch this Youtube clip that introduces procedural writing:
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:
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.
To use function machines to apply mathematical rules to numbers.
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.
Watch the link:
Complete the questions below.