Some Sticky Situations!

What Would You Do? 


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Look at the photos and think about what you would do in these situations.

Turn and talk with a partner, discuss what you would do. Why would you choose to respond this way?

Your challenge!

To be honest in your answers.

Don’t say what you think is the right answer, talk about what you would actually do IRL!!

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Your Task

Choose one of the situations described in a photo above and write a conversation about it between yourself and a friend.

  1. Draw yourself and your friend onto a pair of cutout people
  2. Write your conversation onto speech bubbles
  3. Cut out the speech bubbles and glue them onto the correct people
  4. Share your conversation with a classmate or two!

For this task you will need

  • A pair of cutout people
  • Speech bubbles
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Coloured pencils
  • Glue








Pages and Posts

Today we will look at the difference between pages and posts and set up a page or two that will be useful for our students.

Here is a quick video that explains the difference.

Pages are great places to add information that does not change very often. We could consider pages to house our classroom timetable, homework requirements and due dates, online safety reminders, classroom notices and any other information that students might need to revisit over the term or semester.