Welcome to Mrs Ryan’s Class Blog. My name is Rebecca Ryan and I am currently teaching year 3 students. This blog provides students the opportunity to access educational resources as well as a place where their work can be showcased.
This blog has grown over many years and provides a vast array of educational games and activities for primary aged students.
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Homework requirements for this week:
Diary – Read five nights for 20 minutes
Recording the Title, Author, pages read
Complete booklet distributed in class.
2 x Maths sheets
2 x English sheets
Due to an excursion on Monday, students may hand their homework in on Tuesday.
Writing protest placards. Select two of the scenarios below and create a persuasive placards.
A casino company wants to build a new casino in an old growth forest. You don’t believe that this is the right location due to the natural significance of the flora and fauna.
A company has cut their staff’s pay and is making them work longer hours for less money. The company’s response is, ‘If you’re not happy, get another job!’
Sea turtles are being hunted for their shells, they are now endangered and at risk of extinction. No one is doing anything to protect the sea turtles and it is continuing at an alarming rate.
The government has stopped funding to education for the disabled, as a result disabled children are not receiving quality education in Australia.
The animal shelter has too many dogs and they are putting them down after one week in their shelter.
Enjoy listening to the story then re-watch the story identify the different persuasive strategies used.
Can you find Logos, Pathos, Kairos and Ethos in the story?
Watch the video telling the story,
The Day the Crayons Quit.
While listening to the letters of each crayon identify the persuasive features, focusing on the following:
What did you learn from our excursion?
Did anything surprise you?
This week we spoke to Casey from Kids Helpline. Casey spoke to us about the work that Kids Helpline do and also about how we can stay safe online.
Talking to us all the way from Queensland she gave us some tips if we see or receive something inappropriate online.
We need to STOP and STAY CALM.
SHARE it! Let someone you trust know what you’ve seen.
Add your way to $1,000,000!!
Addition Concentration (Memory) Game
Match the equation with the answer