The Unstoppable Cs

Our adventures using 21st century technology

July 21, 2010
by jesse00
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Our skype chat

Hello everyone
on Friday last week we had a chat with a school in WA, that’s with a class that is grade 4/5.
I was very nervous about having my go.
The question I answered was about Tasmania’s history.

July 21, 2010
by tayla01
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When we talked to St Joseph’s Catholic school

Hi  my name is Tayla.  Today on the  18th of  June  we talked to St Joseph’s Catholic school .  Their  question was where is your school located?    My  answer was our school is located in the suburb of East Launceston which is located  in Northern Tasmania . They were a 4/5 class  and their teachers name was Mr. Faulkner , Their school is located in Waroona W.A.

BY TAYLA

July 21, 2010
by nyah
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skype talk

Hi im Nyah,

Today we did our first skype talk to a class in Western Australia.Theyr’e school name was St Josephs and they are a catholic school. My question was where is your school located.. and the anwser was. Our school is located in the suburb of east launceston wich is located in northen tasmania and that There are no farms here because its a city

July 21, 2010
by kieren00
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Skype talk

Today we talked to St. Joseph’s school for are Skype talk.  It started really great .  Mr Faulkner the teacher in WA had a class on Fridays and he was the Principal of the school.  I was in the paintings in Mr Faulkner’s class, was about the wall, it was full of paintings.  My question was what food do you eat in WA.

BY KIEREN

June 25, 2010
by gabi
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Skype Talk With W.A.

Today the 18th of June, we had a skype talk with St. Joseph’s Catholic School  Waroona  in W.A.  Their Principal is Mr. Faulkner he is very nice.  My partner was nicola.  I got asked: What time of the day is it, and what season is it at the moment?  I replied: It was currently 5 to 11 and it was winter.  Then we said goodbye and finished,

🙂 gabby

June 25, 2010
by angus00
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Skype Call with 4/5 Faulkner

On the 18th of June we all did a skype call with 4/5 Faulkner.  My answer was, when I’m not at school, I like to play guitar , I play soccer and I support the Tassie Hawks.  Everybody did a good job but one minor problem which really doesn’t matter.

June 25, 2010
by nyah
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skype talk

Hi my name is Nyah,

Today we did our first skype talk to a class in Western Australia.  They’re school name was St Joseph’s and they’re a Catholic School and a 4/5 class.  My question was “Where is your school located”?  The anwser to that was our school is located in a suburb of East Launceston which is located in northen Tasmania.  There are no farms here because it is a city.

By Nyah :).

June 25, 2010
by james0007
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my question in the first skype call for room001

I researched the question, do you have a flag of your own and a coat of arms or symbol?  Yes we do have our own flag it has a blue back the union jack and a white circle with  with a red lion in the middle in the middle of the circle.

The shield features significant examples of tasmanian industry: wheat, hops, a ram and apples. It is surmounted by a red lion that also that also features on the state flag. The shield is supported by two Thylacines (Tasmanian tiger) with a moto bebeath, Ubertas et Fidelitas, which is Latin for ” Fertility and Faithfulness.

June 25, 2010
by harrisson
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skype call

On the 18/6/10 we did our first skype call with a school called St. Joseph’s Catholic School.  I asked them a question like how many people are in your school and how many classes are there?

June 25, 2010
by ruby00
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Our First Skype Call.

Last Friday we did our first Skype call with a class from WA.  They were at St. Joseph’s Catholic School .  4/5 Mr Faulkner is their teacher.  James, Lochie and I we were all talking about our school and our new school Goals.  I really liked talking to this Class and I would be really interested to see how many more classes we can talk to.  So if you class wants to Skype with our class please tell Mr. Lamb.

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