Follow the link above to watch a BTN on ”Kids and Sleep”.  
Have your English book open/split screen ready and take notes on all of the important information that’s covered throughout the story.  
Remember to take notes in dot point form and only include the main information that they cover. Watch it over as many times as needed! 

Use your notes to help answer the below questions in full sentences (please put this work into your Week 4, Reading, Thursday). 


Machine generated alternative text:
Emotive Lansua9e 
Emotive language is used to make the reader feel 
certain emotions, such as sadness or excitement. 
Think about the poor, 
defenceless animals that 
are suffering because of 
our rubbish. 
Machine generated alternative text:
Emotive words 
Emotive words do evoke a strong emotional 
response from the reader. 
For example: 
• burglar — might make a reader feel angry 
• hero — might make a reader feel happy or safe 
• baby — might make a reader feel warm, pleased or comforted 
• disease — might make a reader feel worried Or in harm's way 
Can you think Of some other emotive words and what response they may create in a reader?

TASK 1: Copy and paste the section below into your personal OneNote. Can you find 10 emotive words to HIGHLIGHT? 

Every year thousands of innocent kittens are rejected and abandoned on the streets after Christmas. Their selfish owners no longer want them and can’t be bothered to find them a new home. Not only are these beautiful animals unwanted and rejected, they are alone, terrified and starving. Only with your help can we rescue them. 

TASK 2: Fill in the gaps with EMOTIVE words. 

  1. It ______    me that many of you are not wearing your school hats in the playground during Summer.  
  2. A ridiculous amount of _____ students just ______throw their rubbish on the ______ playing field. 
  3. Some _______     students are forced to wear _______  second-hand uniforms that make them feel   
  4. So many _____ kids order _____ junk food from the canteen instead of making their own _____ lunches. 
  5. ________  Mums and Dads across Australia are  _________  trying to get their         kids to play outside.  

TASK 3: Read through your persuasive piece from Tuesday and change or add in three words to make it more emotive! Highlight those words in your piece of writing. 


Step 1: Watch the screencast (in link now) 

Step 2: Complete the task 

1. Who got the most candy? 

2. Who got the least amount of candy? 

3. Who got more candy, Sarah or Isabel?  

4. How many kilograms of candy did Sarah get?  

5. How many kilograms of candy did Debby get?  

1. Which day did they sell the most ice cream cones?  

2. Which day did they sell the fewest ice cream cones?  

3. Did they sell more cones on Monday or Wednesday?  

4. How many ice cream cones did they sell on Wednesday?  

5. How many ice cream cones did they sell on Tuesday?  

1. Who caught the greatest number of bugs?  

2. Who caught the fewest number of bugs?  

3. Who caught more bugs, Paul or Oliver?  

4. How many bugs did Jerry catch?  

5. How many bugs did Will catch?  

1. Which day had the most rain?  

2. Which day had the least rain?  

3. Did it rain more on Sunday or Monday?  

4. How much rain was there on Wednesday?  

5. How much rain was there on Monday?  

Extension Maths

Learning Intention: To get information by reading data from a line graph that includes multiple data sources.  

Success Criteria: I can read information from a line graph 

        I can use a key 

        I can recognise a trend when reading a line graph.  

Task Instructions: 

Step 1: Watch the following screencast to learn about reading line graphs with multiple data sources 

Step 2: Complete the questions below – there are 4 graphs to refer to – answers can go straight into your Maths Remote Learning section in OneNote.  

  1. Which year had the highest number of female employees? 
  2. Which year had 225 employees altogether? 
  3. What was the difference between the number of male and female employees in 2007? 
  4. What trend do you notice in the number of male employees from 2005 onwards?
  1. How many coins did the boys collect altogether in 2010? 
  2. In which year did the boys collect the most coins altogether? How many did they collect? 
  3. How many years did Chris collect more coins than Henry? 
  4. What is one observation you make by looking at the overall trends of the boys’ coin collecting? 
  1. What was the number of tigers in 2005? 
  2. What do you notice about the ‘y’ axis? Why do you think this is? 
  3. How many more lions were there in 2006 compared to 2001? 
  4. What was the difference between the number of lions and tigers in 2002? 
  5. Which year was the number of all three animals the closest? 
  1. How much further did Kim ride than Hannah? 
  2. The riders stopped for a snack at one point of the ride. Look at the graph. What time do you think they stopped? Why? 
  3. What was the greatest distance that Hannah read in 1 hour? 
  4. How far did Jess ride after 12pm?