Read the play attached and follow the steps to reciprocal teaching.
Below is the video to practise the school concert performance at home over the holidays. The lyrics to the song are also attached. Remember practise makes perfect!
Follow the link to read about oil spills and then follow the steps to reciprocal teaching.
This week in Reciprocal Teaching we are focusing on reading plays. Assign each person in your group a role and read the play aloud in your group (some people in your group may need to take on 2 roles). Then follow the steps to reciprocal teaching.
Follow the link to read about 5 things you can do to save the ocean then follow the steps to reciprocal teaching
Follow the link to learn about why the Great Barrier Reef is dying and follow the steps to reciprocal teaching.
For reciprocal teaching today, read the text ’10 Things You Can Do To Save The Ocean’.
Here is a PowerPoint that might help you with your research for your Integrated Studies project.
For reciprocal teaching this week you will be reading about the threats to marine environments. Below is a text on the Great Barrier Reef. Your group must choose one poster and complete your reciprocal teaching group.
As we have been studying marine environments and visited one in Queenscliff we would now like students to look at one threat in particular. Read through the task, over the next two weeks we will be researching and reporting on this topic. We will have time in class but you may research and make notes at home. We will be conferring and publishing at school.
We will talk about the task together and get going next week.
Threats to Marine Life