BTN- the animals of WW1

Summary- Black Recalls- Blue Questions- Red Insights- Green This clip was about the different animals of WWI and how they were useful. More than 136 thousand Australian horses were sent to WWI. Horses, donkeys, camels, pigeons and Dogs were some of the animals sent to WWI. Animals were so successful in WWI they’ve been used in … [Read more…]

BTN- Refugee sport

Link- BTN Summary- Black Recalls- Red Questions- Blue Insights- Green This clip was about how some refugees got to play soccer on a pitch near the refugee camp and how Alex Scott (Arsenal Ladies Captain) help inspire the girls to keep on playing soccer. More than 3.3 million people have been forced to leave their … [Read more…]

100 WC week 29

My goal for this piece is to not use too many boring words like went and use WOW words instead. Tap, tap the rain gently hit the window. I glanced up to see outside the classroom where the rain was gently but steadily coming down. Beep, Beep rang the school bell, I jumped up with … [Read more…]

BTN- Space Rocks

Link- BTN Summary- Blue Recalls- Red Questions- Black Insights- Green This clip was about what meteors, asteroids and comets are and how they are different. Also about the meteor that exploded over Russia. Comets are made up from chunks of ice and dust. Some Meteors are really valuable because they let scientists study the stuff that … [Read more…]

100 WC week28

Creak, the door stiffly opened to reveal a grand hallway with dust coating everything and a single candle burning, “welcome to your new home.” “What is this place?” I asked a quaver in my voice, “and why is it for free?” “Its for free because people say that its haunted” then all of a sudden … [Read more…]

BTN- The Australian Federation

Link- Australian Federation (old BTN) Summary- Blue Recalls- Orange Questions- Green Insights- Red This clip was about how Australia became one nation and how much Great Britain overruled Australia. On Jan the first NSW, QLD, SA, WA, TAS and VIC joined together to make one country. They used to all be separate British colonies. In 1942 … [Read more…]