The stimulus for your first 'Learning Log' task is - 'Evacuee'. You can interpret this task in your own
way. Some of you, for example, may do some research and present facts about evacuees/evacuation in different formats e.g as a factfile, as a bullet-pointed list of key facts.......... Others may prefer to present their work in the form of a diary entry, poem or newspaper report. Some of you may be lucky enough to have an opportunity to interview a member of your family who was evacuated during World War Two. It really is up to you how you present the 'Learning Log' task. It is your opportunity to be creative!
This 'Learning Log' task is due to be handed in on Friday 3rd October. This gives you two weeks to plan and complete the task. Please don't leave it until the night before!!! There will be an opportunity to look at and respond to each other's 'Learning Logs' in class.
Whatever you decide, here are a few simple rules to follow:Always present your work neatly. Take pride in your handwriting and presentation.
Aim to punctuate your work accurately with full stops, capital letters etc. and try your best to
spell words accurately.
You cannot use more than a double page spread for each 'Learning Log' task although you can
be creative in maximising your use of space e.g through use of fold-out flaps, extension sections......
When carrying out research, please do not simply print or copy out material from the
Internet. Always use your own words when completing tasks.