Year 6 – February Test

Dear students,

We are going to have our first test in this semester. You may take a look at the sample test by clicking the following link:

6 GRADE Sample Test February 2020

You can also download the updated list of irregular verbs:

VERB LIST irregular

Test dates

VI-1, VI-2, VI-3: Thursday, February 6

VI-4: Wednesday, February 5

Year 6 Project Afternoon Tea

Hello kids

Finally I am publishing our project. You may download the tasks by clicking the following link

Year 6 Project Afternoon Tea

Again you will need a signed written consent from your parents. Please download and print out the consent and hand it in before you send your product to me

SAGLASNOST RODITELJA

You may take a look at the rubric (criteria for assessment)

Video – Talk Show : Video – Afternoon Tea
Teacher Name: Mr. Vladimir Široki
Student Name:     ________________________________________
CATEGORY 5 4 3 2
Knowledge All students showed excellent knowledge of content, needing no cues and showing no hesitation in talking or answering questions. All students showed excellent knowledge of content, but 1-2 students once needed note cards to talk or answer questions. Most students showed excellent knowledge of content, but 1-2 often needed note cards to talk or answer questions. Most students needed note cards to talk and to answer questions.
Length of Video Video was 100 -120 seconds long. Video was 80-100 seconds long. Video was 40 – 80 seconds long. Video was less than 40 seconds long.
Interest and Purpose Video has a clear and interesting purpose. Video is interesting but purpose is somewhat unclear. Video is not very interesting and purpose is somewhat unclear. Video is not interesting and has no discernable purpose.
Date Created: Dec 07, 2019 12:34 pm (CST)

 

I hope you will take part in this project. Have a lovely afternoon tea!

TALE Project

Dear students,

We are having a guided tour + workshop at the Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection on Thursday, October 3. You should be in front of the gallery at 11.30. The workshop finishes at 1.00.

Please revise the following before the visit:

  1. How to behave at the museum / art gallery
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDte45Cevhk
  2. The most important art terms (the list is below)

Artwork (уметничко дело)

An object made by an artistic such as a picture or statue

Background (позадина)

The area of an artwork that appears farthest away from the viewer; this is also the area against which a figure or scene is placed. The phrase “in the background” is commonly used

 

Benefactor  (добротвор)

A person who gives money to help a society, an organization or a person, usually without expecting anything back in return

Canvas (платно)

A piece of strong, rough cloth used by artists for painting on

Curator (кустос)

A person in charge of a museum whose job is to research and manage a collection and organize exhibitions

Composition (композиција)

The arrangement of the individual elements within a work of art so as to form a unified whole; this term is also used to refer to a work of art

Drawing (цртеж)

A work of art made with a pencil, pen, crayon, charcoal, or other implements, often consisting of lines and marks

Foreground (први план)

The area of a picture that appears closest to the viewer. The phrase “in the foreground” is commonly used

Landscape (пејзаж)

A picture of the countryside, or the art of making such pictures

Middle ground (средњи план)

The part of the picture that is between the foreground and background

Nude (акт)

A work of art showing a person who is not wearing any clothes

Oil on canvas (уље на платну)

The painting which is made by applying oil paint onto the canvas

Portrait (портрет)

A visual representation of a particular person

Self-portrait (аутопортрет)

A visual representation of oneself made by oneself

Still life (мртва природа)

A visual representation of inanimate objects, such as fruit, flowers, bowls, tables, etc.