20 pages of activities and guidance notes to identify the point of view in a text and suggest alternative points of view. (Australian Curriculum No These teacher resources provide thinking activities in which students use the story of Fantastic Mr
Henry and Amy : Right Way Round and Upside Down - Stephen Michael King - Everything Henry did seemed to be wrong-way-round and upside down, until he met Amy, who is good at everything. But there are still some things Henry can teach Amy.
Young soldier Jim McLeod waits in the trenches of World War I for the order to attack the enemy. With him are his friends, and Nipper, the messenger dog. When they charge across no-man's-land, Jim is shot . and finds himself face to face with an enemy
OOP The River A picture storybook set in China. Contrasts traditional and contemporary China through the eyes of a young girl who goes on a quest.This resource aligns to the Australian Curriculum for English at Years 5 Drawing on the power of the imagination, The River presents characterisation (resourcefulness, determination, resolve) and life in China (religion, ways of living) in words and pictures to provide a rich reading experience.