Monthly Archives: August 2019

Congratulations Buddy Franklin

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AFL Round 22 Report

This week was a big week of footy and the results were big as well. On Friday night at the ‘G’ the Sydney Swans 15.5 d Melbourne 5.12 to continue the demons season of woe. On Saturday the Carlton Blues 11.12 d St Kilda 10.8 with new coach David Teague starring. In a Saturday afternoon thriller Brisbane Lions 10.15 d Geelong Cats 10.14 to put the lions in the premiership hunt for the flag. On Saturday night the Collingwood 17.12 d Adelaide Crows 6.12 to push the crows out of the eight. Another Saturday night thrashing with North Melbourne 22.12 d Port Adelaide 8.10. The bombers fly themselves into finals with Essendon 13.9 d Fremantle 7.13. On Sunday Richmond 13.10 d West Coast Eagles 13.4 to put Richmond in the top 4. Another Sunday game Western Bulldogs 19.12 d GWS Giants 9.11. To end the round Hawthorn 18.10 d Gold Coast Suns 7.6

Exhibition Lotus Diagram

This is my exhibition lotus diagram for my questions to make them into lines of inquiry. My global issue is violence and my group is Hugo and Jethro. My central idea is ‘Feelings beliefs and values encourage responsibility’s’ The process has gone well so far but we got a long way to go.

Written by Ethan

Exhibition Lotus Diagram

This is my exhibition lotus diagram that I used to make my lines of inquiry. We categorised the questions into 8 key concepts and sorted them into lines of inquiry. The exhibition journey has been exciting so far but we are not even close to finishing. My central idea is ‘Feelings, beliefs and values encourage responsibility.’ My group for the exhibition is Hugo and Jethro.

Written by Ethan

6 Word Story

In this weeks writers notebook session we talked about 6 sentence story’s and they can influence your writing

Text Compression

Today we did text compression in digital technology’s. I made my own text compression and did it on Baa Baa Black Sheep. The boxes indicate the phrase or letters have already been written. The lines join both the phrases or letters that have already been done together.