English homework – Remembrance Day

  1. Before you watch the BtN story, record what you know about Remembrance Day.
  2. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of…
  3. Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using Google Maps.
  4. Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
  5. Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
  6. Where was the dawn service held?
  7. Who was James Martin?
  8. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month?
  9. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
  10. How do you remember those who fought in the war?

7 Comments on English homework – Remembrance Day

  1. Nico
    November 7, 2016 at 7:54 pm (2 years ago)

    1. Remembrance day is to celebrate the end of WW1 and it is on the 11th November every year and you do a minute of silence at 11:00.
    2. World War One.
    3. The shores of Gallipoli.
    4. It was important to her because her great uncle fought in the war.
    5. It was important to her because she wrote an essay on a man that fought and she wanted to retrace his footsteps.
    6. It was held in ANZAC cove.
    7. James Martin was the youngest soldier and the youngest person to be killed.
    8. They will hold a minute silence in tribute to all the soldiers.
    9. It has changed their understanding by them always thinking about how lucky they are and that they are lucky because of the soldiers.
    10. I do a minute silence at school.

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  2. Ben
    November 10, 2016 at 4:23 pm (2 years ago)

    1. Remembrance Day is held on the 11th November at 11 o’clock. On Remembrance Day we are remembering the soldiers that fought and died. On Remembrance Day people wear a poppy that symbolises that we are remembering them.
    2. Remembrance Day marks the end of World War 1.
    3. Tiffany and Lily went to Gallipoli for Anzac Day.
    4. Remembrance Day was important to Tiffany because her great uncle fought in the war and died.
    5. Remembrance Day was important to Lily because she was tracing the soldiers footsteps and paying her respects.
    6. The dawn service was held at ANZAC Cove in Gallipoli.
    7. James Martin is a soldier who died at the age of 14.
    8. On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th months there is a minute silence.
    9. Remembrance Day has changed their understanding by making them feel how lucky they are and that they don’t have to go and do that.
    10. I remember the people who fought in the war by keeping them in my memories and paying my respects.

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  3. Xavier
    November 10, 2016 at 6:42 pm (2 years ago)

    1.What I know about Remembrance day: I know that Remembrance day is on the 11th of 11 month at the 11th hour. I also know that that day is to remember all those soldiers that died and fought in the war.
    2. Remembrance Day marks the end of World War 1.
    3. Tiffany and Lily went to Gallipoli.
    4. It is important to Tiffany because her great uncle Lees Warren was in World War 1.
    5. It is important to Lily because she wrote an essay about one of the soldiers and she also wanted to pay respect to all of the other soldiers that died.
    6. Dawn service is held at Anzac Cove.
    7. James Martin was the youngest soldier to fight and die in the war.
    8. On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month is a day to remember with a minute of silence to remember all the soldiers that fought and died in the war.
    9. It has changed Lily and Tiffany’s understanding of Remembrance day by making them feel lucky.
    10. I do it in the minute of silence. In the minute of silence I try to remember all those soliders that fought in the war.

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  4. Victoria
    November 13, 2016 at 6:49 am (2 years ago)

    1. Remembrance day is held on the 11th day of the 11th month and we have 1 minute of silence at the 11th hour of the day. On Remembrance Day we also wear a poppy to show that we remember the soldiers that fought and died in the war. On Remembrance Day they also play the Last Post which was used in the war to signal the end of the day.
    2. Remembrance Day marks the end of World War 1.
    3. Tiffany’s Great Uncle died there.
    5. It meant a lot to Lily because Lily wanted to see what it was like and how hard it was. Lily also wanted to retrace the foot prints of a soldier she studied.
    6. It was held in Anzac Cove, Gallipoli.
    7. James Martin was one of the youngest soldiers to fight and die in World War 1.
    8. At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month the last post is played and there is 1 minute of silence.
    9. Tiffany and Lily now both have a different understandings of Remembrance Day and now know how lucky they are.
    10. I wear a red poppy and respect those who fought for us and for those who did not return back to Australia.

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  5. Gabby
    November 13, 2016 at 1:34 pm (2 years ago)

    1.Remembrance day is on the 11th November at 11 o’clock. It is also called Armistice day and it remembers the fallen soldiers and nurses. We have 1 minute silence to remember them. Most people wear a poppy to symbolise the fallen people.
    2.World War 1.
    3.They went to Gallipoli for Anzac day.
    4.It is important to Tiffany because her Great Uncle died there.
    5.It is important to Lily because she was flowing the soldiers’ footsteps.
    6.The dawn service is held at Anzac cove Gallipoli.
    7.James Martin is the youngest soldier to die at the age of 14.
    8.On November the 11th at 11 o’clock there is one minute silence.
    9. Remembrance day has changed their understanding of what the soldiers had been through.
    10.I remember them by what they did the makes our country free and safe.

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  6. Saskia
    November 13, 2016 at 7:29 pm (2 years ago)

    1. Before you watch the BTN story, record what you know about Remembrance Day.
    Remembrance Day is a day where we remember the soldiers who fought for our country and those who died for us.
    2. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of World War 1.
    3. Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day?
    Tiffany and Lily went to the shores of Gallipoli.
    4. Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
    Remembrance Day was important to Tiffany because it was an opportunity to retrace his (Tiffany’s great uncle’s) steps.
    5. Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
    The trip to Gallipoli was important to Lily on Anzac day on the shores of Gallipoli to honour her great uncle.
    6. Where was the dawn service held?
    The dawn service was held at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli.
    7. Who was James Martin?
    James Martin was a World War 1 soldier who was the youngest to die at only the age of fourteen.
    8. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month?
    On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month you have a minute silence to remember those who fought and died for us.
    9. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
    The trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day because it showed the love that the Arthur family had for their son and also showed them to understand to be grateful for what we have and how lucky we are.
    10. How do you remember those who fought in the war?
    I remember those who fought in war by having a minute silence on Remembrance Day.

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  7. Amelie
    November 13, 2016 at 9:05 pm (2 years ago)

    1. Remembrance Day is the day when we remember all those who fought and those that died for their countries. It is celebrated on the 11th of the 11th to mark the end of the First World War. On Remembrance Day there is a one minute silence and poppies are worn as a sign of respect to the fallen.

    2. Remembrance Day marks the end of World War 1.

    3. Tiffany and Lily went to Gallipoli for Anzac Day.
    4. Her great uncle fought and died on the Western front in France.
    5. The trip was important to Lily as she could see how life was in war and she could gain a better understanding of the the soldier she wrote about.
    6. The dawn service was held at ANZAC cove.
    7. James Martin was one of the youngest soldiers to fight and die in war. He was 14 when he died.
    8. The minute of silence on Remembrance Day.
    9. It has changed their understanding of Remembrance Day because of how hard and how horrible it was to be fighting. Also how lucky they are today.
    10. I remember those who fought and died for us in the minute of silence and throughout the day. I also remember them by wearing a poppy.

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