spelling therm 4 week 1

Endeavour:to exert oneself to do or effect something    Verb

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Microbiologist:

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Meteorologist: the science dealing with the atmosphere and its phenomena, including weather and climate.       noun

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Metallurgist: the technique or science of working or heating metals so as to give them certain desired shapes or properties.    noun

act 2 the science that changes the shape of metals.

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Geophysics:the branch of geology that deals with the physics of the earth and its atmosphere.  noun

act 2 the science that specializes in the atmosphere

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Physicist:a scientist who specializes in physics. noun

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Geologist:a person who specializes in geologic research and

study.  noun

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Seismology:the science or study of earthquakes and their phenomena. noun

act 2 the science of natural world ground shaking disasters.

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Climatologist:the science that deals with the phenomena of  climates or climatic conditions.   noun

act 2 the science that deals with weather, extreame weather and weather conditions

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Laboratory:a building, part of a building, or other place equipped to conduct scientific experiments, tests,investigations, etc.    noun

act 2 the part of a building that science is conducted.

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laboratory:

where scientists work

my friends mum is a scientist

metallurgist:

the world  needs metals

I would love to study metallurgy

geophysics:

deals with the study of earth

I love to work in geophysics

 

 

 

Maths mate term 4 sheet 1

Prediction: I predict that this will involve prior knowledge

read: Fill in the answer about time correctly, and you will find the name of a long interval of time in the vertical box.

clarify:–

work out: I just used the clues provided to work out the missing words. Something I noticed is that you had to be careful of the spelling or you end result would turn out differently that originality planed.

mathematicians toolbox: prior knowledge

Reflection: The answer to question no.24 is Century

Spelling week 5 term 3

Climatic another word for a climate or what is the climate or weather

Bureau division of a government department or an independent administrative unit.

 Anticyclones a circulation of winds around a central regionof high atmospheric pressure, clockwise inthe Northern Hemisphere, counterclockwisein the Southern Hemisphere.
Blustery to roar and be tumultuous, as wind.

Cyclonic
Cyclic
Heroical
Historical
Magical
Musical
Poetic

Spelling week 5 term 3

Visualize/to picture something in your mind

transformation/something that changes or transforms

Collides/to things that touch and form together

phenomenon/ outstanding or phenomenal

Suffix/ a suffix is a group of letter that go at the end of a word or letter group To change the meaning.

able.

unable

preable

misable

disable

enable

stable

table

ation

elemenation

presentation

foundation

traslation

Ible

terrible

crucible

incredible

sensible

 

 

 

 

spelling week 1 term 3

participatory/ to participate in something

opponents/ someone on the other team

affirmative/ on the positive team. Opposite to negative team.

impromptu/unprepeard for something. opposite to prepeard.

spelling term 3 week 2

appreciation / to appreciate or to care for something / someone

annotated / labled or marked e.g a annotated diagram

tornadoes / a natural disaster that rips through city tearing down everything in its path

volcanoes/ a volcano is 3 layers of earth surface with lava on the inside WARNING can be deadley.

A prefix is a group of letters that can tie on to the start of a word. The opposite to a suffix.

PRE

prehistoric

preview

previous

preact

prejudge

TRANS

translate

transfer

transfiction

HYPER

hyperventilate

hyperactive

hyperamused

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths mate sheet 4 term 3

predict /i predict this will involve the 4 operations

read / Each bead has a value according to its colour. The values of the first the string of beads are given what is the value of the last sting ?

clarify/ —

mathematicians toolbox  / guess, check and improve.

how to/ work backwards to former answers given to copair and find your answer.

answer/ 22

 

Caged chickens letter

To Safeway, Aldi and other food supply stores,

Caging chickens is an offence and it needs to be stopped now. Imagine if you were stuffed into a tiny cage with a dozen other chickens and forced against your will to lay eggs for cruel workers and other Australians.

It is believed that 90% of eggs that are being sold are caged and only 10% are free range. We need to get out of this habit of slaughtering these chickens for breakfast. It is just wrong in every way.

10.5 million Chickens are killed every year. We wonder why chickens are the most abused animal in Australia. It is said by the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) that the hen’s cages are the size of an A4 paper and are only 40 cm high. How big is your house? ……..bigger that’s what I thought.

These workers are cruel to our Chickens. They make our poor chickens lay twice as many eggs by playing with their sense of light. Imagine if you were made to make 20 eggs instead of 10 eggs all because these workers want more from you. We need to stand of for these chickens to prevent more abuse.

If we were to buy free range or RSPCA approved eggs then we would be able to stop this slaughter at its core. We already rewind and destroyed millions of chicken life’s and it will be stopped. I and many others are getting sick of this sexist behaviour against females and woman when the same thing is happening to these chickens and no one evens knows of the pain they go through.

With this letter comes great disappointment that I am not even listing every traumatising thing you do to these animals. There is no time for kind remarks. This to stop and it needs to stop now.

Brigitte Coulsell

Spelling Week 7

humanitie: the quality or condition of being human

publication: the act of publishing a book, periodical, map, piece of music,engraving, or the like.

parcel: an object , article, container, or quantity of something wrapped or packed up; small package or bundle.

recycle:to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse: recycling paper to save trees.

delivery: the carrying and turning over of letters, goods, etc., to adesignated recipient or recipients.

Chromatography: the separation of mixtures into their constnts by  a solid, as a column of silica

Filtration: liquid that has been passed through a filter.

Distillation:the volatilization or evaporation and subsequent condensation ofa liquid, as when water is boiled in a retort and the steam iscondensed in a cool receiver.

Evaporation:the act or process of evaporating

Hydrochloric: hydrochloric acid witch dissolves metal