Snapshot-21st Century Learning

2014 - Term 2 - Week 4

Literacy

Tumble Books -eReaders - The Tumble Book link on my website will provide you with access to hundreds of free eReaders. Some books contain lesson plans, the ability for students to create a book report, quizzes and clips.

The Little Red Pen - Use this book and You Tube clip to teach personification. Lots of fun!

Public Speaking and Debating resources

Narrative Writing Marking Rubric - Created and shared by Rachael Chisholm.

Guided Reading - New ideas

Programming - Scopes and Sequences

Ned Kelly - Hero or Villian - Created and shared by Gayle Pinn, Principal of Yerong Creek PS.

My Dearest Dinosaur - Created by Chris Fraser and Leah Bennett.

Where Is The Green Sheep? - Developed by Trinity Hook.

Conceptual Programming - Sally Hogan's webinar - excellent resource.

Key English Concepts - Another exemplary resource by Chris Fraser.

Programming Template - Denise Cherry has used Sharon Tooney's resource to create this superb template.

Technology

Sydney Region ICT Newsletter - To help ICT Coordinators stay informed, Stu Hasic and his Sydney Region ICT team are producing a weekly newsletter (during school term).

ICT Capability Learning Continuum - Created by Rob McTaggart of The Junction PS.

Apple TV Installation

Science

Dinsoaur Student Worksheets - A KB Teachers resource. You are able to select the "save as PDF" button when printing to secure your own copy of these worksheets.

Layers of the Rainforest Worksheets - Another great KB Teachers resource.

Sharks - Labelling worksheet

Weather Worksheets - A KB Teachers resource - "save" via the print button.

Rock Cycle Worksheets

Early Career Teachers

Other Resources

CWA - Celebrating Botswana. Includes the CWA information sheet and links to other sites.

Countries - Student information site, contains a wide variety of countries and easy to read information. Kids Geographics.

Roll of Honour Soundscape - Primary school students between the ages of 10 and 12, selected from across Australia, will be invited to record the name and age of one of the 62,000 Australians who died during the First World War. These voice recordings will be played in the First World War section of the Cloisters in the Commemorative Area.

A Snapshot from "Momo Time To Read".

Read Margot's reviews on Momo Time To Read.

Have You Seen?

Cross Curriculum - Asia and Australia’s Engagement with Asia - Numerous links to quality resources, Story Time with an Asian Focus clips, picture books with an Asian focus, resources for a variety of Asian countries and more
Roll of Honour Soundscape Project