Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Emily's blog post for A.N.Z.A.C

This week we have been learning about A.N.Z.A.C day.The first thing we did was learn about world war one and who was in the war.The war started in 1914 until 1918.The world war one started with Austria-Hungary because there Archduke got killed in Serbia Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia and that's how world war one started.

In the pictures above there are some medals and our poppies we made.To make the poppies we needed to put a interesting fact about world war one on the green part of our poppy.My fact is...
In February 1915 Germany threatens to attack any ship approaching Britain.

We also made a puzzle that was related to A.N.Z.A.C day.For the puzzle we where only allowed to use red, green and black and also our pencil.We had to sit next to the person that had the picture above of us and the pictures below us and both sides of us.

We also made a flag.We had to write
what country the flag is, the colours of the flag and if they where in or joined the  triple entente or the triple alliance and then we got to paint the flag on top.


1 comment:

  1. Emily and Dannielle, you collaborated so well on this piece of writing regarding our ANZAC learning.
    Writing Feedback: I love hearing on the blog about the interesting facts you have learned and seeing the medals.
    Writing Feedforward: I would have loved to read about the medals and know the story behind them. Maybe you could post a separate blog post using the 5w's and 1h to inform me about those medals.
    Photography Feedback: What a brilliant 'birds eye shot' of the girls doing their ANZAC research. The way the two girls are on the outside draws my eye around the whole picture.
    Photography Feedforward: if it's not too much bother to their learning, perhaps next time you could have them move the distracting pencil cases :P

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