SOLAR POWER # yolo

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What is the environmental impact for this energy source?

Solar does not produce air pollution, water pollution and dose not create greenhouse gases. They can impact environment because when they are made they use toxic materials. They also clear  land space to build solar factories and to build solar farms and leave animals without a habitat or reduced.

Who uses this energy source?

Families, commercials, industrial factories and office buildings

Why might they use this energy source?

To heat water because they live in distant places

Plus Minus Interesting
It is renewable and it will not run out.

It is a good source of power for people who live in different places.

It’s cheap to run.

Toxic products are used to make them.

They clear habitats to make solar farms.

Clearing habitats has an impact on animals.

They do not make greenhouse gases.

Solar energy is completely free.

Germany is the highest user of solar energy.



Spelling # Term 3, week 1

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SPELLING

ACTIVITY 1

Endeavour: aim, attempt, make an effort, strive, and try

Microbiologist: studies tiny forms of life

Meteorologist: studies climate and weather

Metallurgist: works with metal and is able to shape or work metal

Physicist: studies heat, light, electricity, magnetism and other forms of matter and energy

Geologist: studies rocks which form the world

Seismology: studies earthquakes and the propagation of elastic waves

Climatologist: studies climate like meteorologist but this means that we can plan for our clothes

Laboratory: a scientific, room to keep all scientific technological research in a category of room

Geophysics: is a subject of natural science concerned with physical processes

 

ACTIVITY 2

1. Meteorologist: studies the weather/ predicts the weather

2. Geophysics: also known as the hydrological cycle which is the study of  snow and ice and humidity of volcanism

3. Endeavour: when you never give up and always try’s

4. Seismology: the study of earthquakes and tectonic plates that can cover elastic waves

5. Microbiologist: studies small quantities of life

 

ACTIVITY 3

Endeavour-adverb

Metallurgist- noun

Physicist- noun

 


maths mate term 3 # sheet 8

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maths mate term 3 # sheet 8

problem: fill in the missing dishes in the sum.

clarify: nothing to be clarified

predict: ”i think that this will involve addition”

solve: 1. here is the sum

1 7                                                                                                 [] []                                                                                            +    3 6

JUST HAVE TO FIGURE OUT what it equals


maths mate term 3 # sheet 7

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maths mate term 3 # sheet 7

problem:fill in the missing digits in the subtraction.

clarify:nothing t be clarified

”i think i am going to need to use subtraction.”

9

–     5

2       3

soloution:

1.this was so easy

2. so first i had to figure out what takeaway9 equals 3 easy 6

3. 5 – what equals 2

4. 3

summary:

sorry i didn’t choose a challenging sum very tired because i ahve been doing none stop homewrk for the lkast 4 hours

 


spelling term 3 # wekk 7

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Spelling: Term 3, Week 7

 

abysmal

 

bureau

 

altitude

 

anticyclones

 

barometer

 

blustery

 

climatic

 

cumulus

 

electrocution

 

deciduous

 

 

 

1.

 

“Oh, not another anticyclone! I want something intense for a change.”

His career was in climatic technology.

Iron Man’s suit is very powerful, but it freezes in altitude.

Her electrocution as so powerful it took her life.

 

 

2.

 

Cyclone- cyclonic

 

Cylinder- cylindrical

 

Cycle- cyclic

 

Hero- heroic

 

History- historical

 

Magic- magical

 

Music- musical

 

Poetry- poetical


maths mate term 3 # sheet 6

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dmaths mate: Term 3, Sheet 6.

Problem 22: Fill in the missing digits in the sum.

 

16

 

__

 

+51

 

_________

 

96

 

 

 

Predict: I predict that I will need to do addition in this sum

 

Clarify: I have no words, sentences or phrases to clarify.

 

Find the big question: What are the missing digits?

 

Solve:

 

Well, 6+1 cant equal 6, so it has to equal 16.

6+1=7. 7+?=16? 9.

So we write down 9 and carry the one.

Now, 1+ the carried 1= 2. So, 2+5= 7, but 7+?=9? 2.

The answer is

 

16+29+51= 96.

 

Summary: The mathematicians toolbox strategy I used in this sum was break the problem into manageable parts, and use my prior knowlee.


Maths mate term 3 # sheet 5

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n Maths mate: Term 3, Sheet 5

Problem 23: I think of a number, divide it by 2 then add 12. If the answer is 20, what was the original number?

 

Predict: I predict that I will use subtraction in this problem.

 

Clarify: nothing to be clarified

 

Find the big question: What was the original number?

 

Solve:

 

Since I have to reverse the process, because I have to find the original number, we will reverse the operations too.

The equation that they did was: __  / 2  + 12 = 20. But since we are reversing it we are doing subtraction and multiplication, because they are the opposite operation.

The equation that w are doing is: 20 – 12 x 2 = 16.

The answer is 16.

 

Summary: The math maticians toolboxthat I used in this sum was work backwards.


spelling term 3 # week 3

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Spelling: Term 3, Week 3

Visualise

 

Verify

 

Pheromonem

 

Geographical

 

Authorities

 

Interconnected

 

Collides

 

Precicpitation

 

Conglemeration

 

Transformation

 

1.

 

In this passage I visualised an orange tree next to a big oval of grass…

 

An Ice storm is not a very extreme phenomonem, but it does cause alot of damage.

 

“Everybody just remain calm until the authorities arrive.”

 

“Stop stop stop! Just watch this movie! Oh, and the truck collides with the bridge!”

 

2.

 

A suffix is a syllable added on to the end of a base/root word.

 

 

erasable

negotiable

acceptable

breathable

accomplishable

ation:

organization

aggravation

exploration

elaboration

deprivation

impossible

divisible

destructible

indestructible

 


maths mate term 3 # sheet 4

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Maths Mate: Term 3, Sheet 4

Problem 22: The sum of four consecutive numbers is 94. What are the four numbers??

 

Clarify: nothing to be clarified

 

Find the big question:  What are the four numbers?

 

Solve:

 

I was very confused about how to solve this problem, but I worked out that I was over thinking it.

First I divided 94 by 4 which equals 23.5

That means that 23.5 is the middle number in the sum, because of the .5.

So at first I didn’t realize that 23.5 had to be the  middle number so I did 21+22+23+24, but that made 90.

So that means the 23 has to go in the middle, so I chose 22+23+24+25=94!

The answer is 22,23,24 and 25.

 

Summary: The mathematicians toolbox strategy I used in this sum was work backwards.