# History – Ancient World Inquiry

Students have the opportunity to explore either Ancient Greece, Rome or Egypt.

Today we explored what physical features were evident and how these impacted/influenced civilisation.  Our end assessment piece for this task will be a written day in the life of someone living during that time.  Each week we will have a area of focus that we will explore.  Next History lesson we will be learning about the different roles of people.

# Factor string wars!!

A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…… a class decided to have a factor string war!!! Winning group with 16 points- Kaitlyn, sienna, Maddi, Raquel

# Hayley’s sound effect pictures

Panda pic 1: I was hoping the music represents that the panda is sad and feeling alone, that’s why it’s clinging onto a human.

Panda pic 2: I was hoping the music represents the panda in a playful mood.

Mountain pic 1: The music is a sound effect of the sea because it’s supposed to represent how he’s standing and listening to the ocean.

Mountain pic 2: The music is supposed to be like he’s calmly walking up the mountain.

Landscape pic 1: The music is supposed to be a bit happy and cheerful, like he’s watching the city during the sunrise.

Landscape pic 2: The music is supposed to represent that he’s feeling sad and alone.

# THE INFLUENCE OF MUSIC!

Music can impact the way we interpret or see something. It happens all the time in movies, commercials and even the way we READ something.

Today our task was to choose a picture and select two different pieces of music to play with it.  Each different piece of music should make the viewer feel a certain way or emotion.

# Student Led Investigations

This morning we had so much fun in the OSHC room! We had a range of different cooking activities and we had some soccer skills happening out on the oval!  Check out some of the delicious sweets that were made!

# Mathematics- continuing prime factorization with factor trees

Students explored large numbers and the process in which they can all be broken down into prime factors.

Thien here shows 4 and 5 digit numbers and the prime factors that make those numbers.

Lucas challenged himself and found the prime factors for 8 000 000 !! Well done!