* select a theme and type your questions
* at least 3 closed questions
* at least 4 open questions
* work collaboratively
* create survey
* save survey
* share survey with others
When you work collaboratively you need to share the learning roles.
This is how you could organise your group
Person A – uses their email to sign up to survey planet and logs on to portal email using a computer
Person B – uses another computer to log in to word and retrieve or type up prepared questions
Person C – reads the questions and assists Person A and B
Welcome to your first literacy blog task. Make sure you read the instructions carefully.
We are learning to record the main ideas in a text.
* Read you text
In your reading group book
* Record the main idea (1 sentence)
* Record 4 important facts
* Post your main idea sentence in a blog comment below this post. Make sure you record the title of the text
We are learning to critically reflect on characters.
This week you will need to write 3 diary entries.
* choose one of the main characters in your story
* select 3 significant moments that have happened so far.
* write one journal entry (one paragraph), imagining that you are that character, for each moment.
* Post a one sentence reflection comment about what you have learnt under this post.
Last week stage 3 went to Holroyd Gardens for the annual Sustainability Expo. We learnt about how we can maintain the life cycle of plants through sensible compost choices and by looking after our soil. Did you know that worm poo contributes to healthy soil?
Stage 3: Please comment below
What stuck with you?
In Term 2 some students expressed an interest in entering an art competition for Google Australia. The winner of the competition would have their design published on the Google Homepage for a short period of time.
This was an optional competition and students completed all work in their own time at home or during lunchtimes.
We had nine entries from Stage 3. All entries demonstrated a creative flair and talent to sketch and draw to suit a theme. I am extremely impressed with each and every entry. Each student took great care and time to detail their thoughts in an original artwork. Well Done to all of you!
Unfortunately, we did not have any finalists this year but I imagine the judging criteria was extremely difficult and I am pleased to notice that we did have comparable entries with the selected few. Even though we did not win a place this year I encourage you all to keep working hard and continue to enjoy expressing yourselves creatively.
Please take a moment to have a look at the artworks created by Guildford students and feel free to leave a comment.
If you want to see the selected finalists please go to the Doodle4Google website