Year 9’s

Hi there everyone 🙂

We have a double tomorrow morning in which I will give you time to finish off your short stories.

Please be sure to bring in the draft you are working on.

See you then.

Mrs. Still

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Year 10s.

Dear all,

I have not received all of your essays…you know who you are!

Please see me or have your parent(s) contact me if you need an extension 🙂

Mrs. Still.

Year 10 English

Good evening everyone,

Just a reminder that your Animal Farm draft essay is due tomorrow. We will have time in class and you need to get it in to me by lunch. I know we didn’t have the time together on it this week that we thought we would but I have every confidence that you can ALL do this 🙂

I look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

Mrs. Still 🙂

Year 9 NAPLAN

Dear all
Please find below photos of the NAPLAN expectations for the Persuasive Writing Section that I wrote on the board today.

Also, the following is your NAPLAN schedule:

9A S6
9B S7

TUESDAY– 55 MINUTES LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS
20 MINUTE BREAK
50 MINUTES PERSUASIVE WRITING

WEDNESDAY– 75 MINUTES READING

THURSDAY– 100 MINUTES NUMERACY (2 X 50 MINUTES WITH A 20 MINUTE BREAK)

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Year 9 English

Dear parents and year 9s,

I have noticed that some students have not completed the online PATS Test. Please do this tonight if it is at all possible. Again, please email me if you are having trouble with your username.

See you tomorrow 🙂

Mrs. Still

Year 10 English

Good evening students and parents,

Tonight’s homework is to complete the Chapter 6 task sheet AND to write about the themes, issues and ideas in this chapter, as they relate to the Russian Revolution. This will be invaluable for our class discussions tomorrow and for writing your essay.

Blessings,

Mrs. Still

Year 11 English

Dear all,
don’t forget that your homework for tonight that comes from the hand out I gave you in Period 5 today:

1. Complete the activity on page 179 which requires you to highlight in GREEN the main point in each paragraph. Highlight in YELLOW the examples, ideas, links provided in the paragraph to the main idea.

2. Complete the table on page 182.

3. Read page 183-4 and highlight the same as above.

4. Write a detailed plan of how you would respond to this question using The Boy Who Could See Without Eyes.

See you Friday, if you don’t drop in earlier to collect your in-classes.

Mrs. Still.

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