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Week 3 Lesson 1: Made in Australia

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Liam Brooks

on 1 March 2017

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Transcript of Week 3 Lesson 1: Made in Australia


5-Minute quick write: Word chains
1. Working individually.

2. Everyone will begin by writing the word
'chain'.

3. The goal is to form the next word in the 'chain' by writing a word starting with the last letter of the previous one.
E.g: chai
n
>
n
e
w
>
w
hit
e
>
e
xcellen
t
>
t
oug
h
>
h
app
y
Reading 'Made in Australia' (p.47)
Double-entry journal or story graph
1. Working individually.
2. Complete a double-entry journal or story graph for what we have just read.
3. We have
ten minutes
.
Exploring what it means to 'generalise'
Exploring what it means to 'generalise'
Activity: Beginning our glossary
1. We will be adding to a glossary throughout the year in order to build up our vocabulary and gain a deeper understanding of the topics we encounter in our class work.

2. Keep the last10 pages of your workbook free.

3. The pages should look like this...








4. Write in the following definitions:
racism -
prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior.
generalisation
- the process of formulating general concepts by abstracting common properties of instances
Week 3 Lesson 1: 'Made in Australia'


Learning intention:
To read and discuss the short story 'Made in Australia' and to understand what it means to generalise.

Success criteria:
Students will be able to comprehend the story by completing a double entry journal
and be able to define and explain a generalisation.
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