View the BTN story below and answer the following questions in your English book. Remember to include either the question in the answer or the question and the answer.
1. Give examples of fossil fuels.
2.How do living things turn into fossil fuels?
3. Which substance is one of the main ingredients in fossil fuels?
4. What three things are needed to create fossil fuels?
5. What is meant by the following statement: Changing the recipe a little can change the fossil fuel you produce at the end.
6. Fossil fuels are a renewable resource. True or false?
7. What are the disadvantages of burning fossil fuels?
8. What have seven of the wealthiest nations decided about using fossils fuels in the future?
9. What are some other energy options that could be used
instead of fossil fuels?
10. Do you think it’s a good idea for countries to stop using fossil
fuels by the end of the century? Explain your answer.
Things you will need to include:
- The title of your book. (and a photo of your book)
- The author of your book.
- Write in detail about a minimum of 3 characters. You need to include who they are, what were they like (personality), what role they played in the book and what you personally thought about the character (whether you liked them or not).
- The setting: You need to write in detail about the setting of the book. Where did the story take place? What were the places like? What kind of environment did the story take place in. (You made need to describe more than one setting if your story took place in more than one area)
- Summary: Give a detailed summary of what happens throughout the story. Include the introduction of the book and the main plot points throughout.
- Conclusion: How did the story end? Was the conflict resolved? Do you feel that the ending of the book was satisfying? Why do you feel that way?
- Recommendation: You need to convince someone to read this book. Write down the things you would say to encourage a friend to borrow this book from the library and read it. Think about what made the book enjoyable, whether it made you need to keep turning pages to find out what happened.
- Follow up: Find out another book that was written by the same author as your Lit. Circle book. Write down the title and explain what the blurb says the book is about. Would you be interested in reading this book? Why/why not?
View the BTN story below and answer the questions into your Inquiry book.
1. Describe the size of a wind turbine.
2. About how many wind farms are there in Australia?
3. All of the wind farms in Australia produce enough energy to power how many homes?
4. What did the Prime Minister say about wind farms recently?
5. What are the advantages of wind farms?
6. What are the disadvantages?
7. Why are some people opposed to wind farms?
8. What has the Government promised will happen by 2020?
9. Illustrate an aspect of this story.
10. What do you think about wind farms?
Click on the link below and view the BTN story. Complete the following questions in your Inquiry book.
1. Briefly summarise the Solar Energy story.
2. Record in your book what you learnt about photons.
3. Which chemical element is used to make solar panels?
4. The flow of electrons through a solar panel is called _______________.
5. Solar power is a non-renewable energy. True or false? What does non-renewable mean?
6. What are the benefits of using solar energy?
7. What are the disadvantages?
8. Where in Australia are they going to build a solar farm?
9. How many homes will it power?
10. Do you think more people in Australia should install solar panels? Why or why not?
What you got?
You need to create an imaginative piece of writing using one of the photos below. You will have 10 minutes to plan your story, 60 minutes to write it and 20 minutes to edit it. While editing use a red pen so it is clear where you have edited your writing. This must be handwritten on lined paper. This piece of writing will be used in your digital portfolio. Make sure it is clear which photo you are using as inspiration.
All the following questions must be answered neatly in your grid book. Label each question, set out your equations neatly with one number per box and rule your equal signs.
To begin with you need to answer the 10 multiplication questions on the whiteboard.
Hint: When you multiply numbers with decimals, set up your equation like a normal multiplication sum. When you are done move your decimal point to the left as many spots as there were decimals.
Once you have completed those sums you need to find the area of the following…
Solve these worded problems
Once you have completed these tasks, you can go on Mathletics, where you should have assigned tasks waiting to go!
If you have finished all these tasks find your way to the Length and Area section of Mathletics.