This video was about a boy named Eric. Eric lives in Darwin, and loves aussie animals. The video talked about all the beautiful animals in Darwin. There was snakes, dogs, kookuburras, emus, eagles and many more. He looks after the animals by feeding them food each day.
Read: Move one match to make this statement correct. (V+I=V)
Predict: I predict that this is going to be about moving matches.
Whats the big question? What match are you going to move?
Mathematitions toolbox: Quess check and improve.
Solve: I knew my roman numerals so i just took away a match from the addition sigh and made it a subtraction sigh. I then put the match next to the V at the end to make IV. Now i’v got V-I=IV.
I(Frank)was walking home from a shopping centre when I saw an ad saying come to this drawing competition to win a massive painting kit. I was so happy that I sprinted home straight away to tell my parents. On the day of the competition I saw my best friend William. William was 2 years younger than me which meant that his 10. 3 2 1 go!!!! screamed the person in charge. We were all drawing away happily. The winner was Frank!!! I was so happy when I heard my name get called out. Now I have won the Painting set.
Hi my name is Raymond. I have been at this school ever since prep. I have never been a green team member so that’s why I want to give it a crack. I have 2 siblings, Jack and Elina. Jack’s in year 7 at Rosehill and Elina’s coming to prep next year. I have been involved in a lot of things in this year, like the econnect presentation, the school cricket team, the prep transition etc. I like to have some fun in class as well as learning new things.
I have great organizational skills as well as communication skills and I’m always opened to new learning experiences. I’m good with organizing people because I have organised a lot of people throughout my time at this school. Like that time when I helped James in PE. I helped him by teaching him how to catch a ball when it’s coming at you at full speed. Another time was when Declan, Devlin and I wanted to be house captain and the teachers told us to organize the 5/6s for their sport session. I was in the school cricket team this year with a few other boys in 5/6. Kallum and I helped organized the lunch time training and help set up for the training.
I’m really good at communicating because I have spoken to a large group of people/parents in the past few years. An example was the econnect presentation for the 3/4 parents a few weeks ago with Angus Beaumont, Lilli Coulson, Bryn conliffe and Grace. I have spoken in assembly a couple of times last year and the year before. I am a 1/2 ICT buddy this year, with I communicated with Senada a lot to tell her how to do something on the computer. I have communicated to the prep teachers a lot in prep transitions, like when I introduced my sister to the prep teachers.
I am always opened to new learning experiences because I want to learn more things. I think that if I’m a green team member then I would learn a lot more about flora and fauna. I also want to be a part of the coastal embasitors program with will help my extend my learning as well as have fun. I also want to be a green team member so I can help set up the nude food day.
That’s why I want to be a green team member for all those reasons.
Brian E. Dalrymple is an Ontarian fingerprint scientist known for introducing for the first time the use of lasers as a forensic light sources for fingerprints and other evidence detection. Brian Dalrymple was born in Toronto Canada in 1943. Brian Dalrymple become the first to use this forensic technique on a real case.
In 1971 Brian Dalrymple began a career in identification with the Ontario, Canada Provincial Police, Forensic Identification Services. In 1977 he co-developed the technique of evidence detection with argon lasers and became the first in the world to operate an argon laser for the detection of evidence in criminal investigations. The extensions of this technology are now in global use and have provided crucial evidence in hundreds of major investigations.
In 1991, as Associate Section Head, he introduced the first Computer Evidence Enhancement System to Canada, and later became the first Canadian to tender expert evidence in this discipline. In 1992 he was promoted to Manager, Forensic Identification Services, a position he held until his retirement in 1999. He initiated and co-wrote the Body Examination Protocol for the Province of Ontario, Canada.
Brian Dalrymple has taught extensively in North America and the Middle East. He is the recipient of the John Dondero Award, the Award of Merit, the Foster Award and the Lewis Minshall Award (1984, Fingerprint Society). Brian has also been awarded numerous performance citations, including three Commissioner’s Commendations. He has published extensively in the disciplines of luminescence detection, photography of evidence, and digital enhancement of evidence and served as a contributing author in the Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences.
Brian Dalrymple is currently an instructor at the Ontario Police College, and provides forensic consulting for police agencies, private sector and attorneys. He has joined the Ron Smith & Associates, Inc. team of forensic experts as a consultant and staff instructor.]
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Earlier in the term the 5/6s were split in groups of 5 or 6 and were given a book to read for the next 5 weeks. Our book was Surfing Mr Petrovic. My group consist of Alex, Shikira, Tommy, Cindy and myself. Hear are my 5 big questions about the book.
Big Question number 1: What makes this story good?
This story is good because it has lots of funny parts as well as very emotional parts. The emotional part is when Blooch dies. The funny parts is when Tao picks his nose.
Big question number 2: What would make this book better?
To make this book better it needs longer chapters and more descriptive words. The chapters are too short which means it doesn’t have a lot of action in each chapter.
Big question number 3: Whats the one most important thing the author wants us to know?
That if someone tells to do something, doesn’t necessarily mean you have too. If someone told you to jump off a bridge, you wouldn’t do it . So never do something you think is dangerous or if you don’t feel confident with.
Big question number 4: Why did the writer write this?
The writer wrote this book because he wants us to know that you must stand up for your self when it comes to difficulties .
Big question number 5: What does the audience need to understand and enjoy the book?
Sometimes the audience needs to knows is that this book has some colourful language, funny and sad moments, angry parts and all up trouble. This book shows the true courage and standing up for your self.