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Published Friday, January 13, 2012.
Last updated: Friday, January 13, 2012

Welcome back 6L!!!!

As wonderful as it was to be able to go home for the holidays and be able to spend some quality 'Auntie' time with with my family, I am thrilled to be back in 6L and to have you back.

6L has felt rather different this week as we get used to the class without Rhea and Angus, hopefully we will hear from them soon and will be able to find out all about what they have been getthing up to without us.  On a more cheerful note - WELCOME BACK HUGO! We missed you!  We have also been very fortunate to have two new students join us - Joshua and Joanne.  They are both brilliant and just nutty enough to fit into the class perfectly!

Literacy Homework

The literacy homework this week is a reading comprehension excercise.  Please read the text and answer the questions.  Pay particular attention to the last line.

Maths Homework

This week we have been continuing our work on division with a quotient given to two decimal places.  Please use the Known Facts (Cheat Box) method to solve these calculation showing all of your working out.  You could find the decimal section of the answer using either equivalent fractions or by continuing the long division.  Remember - don't spend more than 30 minutes on this homework.

1) 876 ÷ 34

2) 9741 ÷ 63

3) 71095 ÷ 132

4) 82604 ÷ 24

5) 182041 ÷ 254

Connected Learning

This term's connected learning project is to select and research an area of Thai culture which will then be presented to the class in an oral presentation.  Details of the presentation are here.  Remember - you can use photos or pictures but no scripts!  Have fun!