In Room 11 we have been using Boomwriter to excite writers and promote creativity. Ask your child to tell you about Boomwriter and how it works. A new Boomwriter story has just begun and will be open for students to write on during the holidays. In the meantime you can read the two stories we have completed so far by clicking on either of the links below.

The House by Room 11

Mr Ls House by Room 11

World War One provocative statement

Our provocative statement for our World War One inquiry is, ‘Some things are worth fighting and dying for’ Students will place themselves on a Linoit wall continuum between Strongly Agree and Strongly Disagree.
We will find out how they feel at the beginning of our inquiry and if their feelings change over time and as they learn more about World War One. Click on the small link below to view the Linoit wall full screen.

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