Information Literacy at BGHS – Lesson 5

Literacy of Humour

Jokes often surprise us by connecting us to unexpected meanings. In the new digital world of computers we can “embed” a word or an image with a connection to a webpage or a multimedia object. I like to refer to jokes as a metaphor for hyperlinks to unexpected meanings. Humour is very important in helping us keep our sense of wonder. Here are this lesson’s examples.

 How do you tell if you run out of invisible ink? On the other hand, you have different fingers When everything is coming your way you are in the wrong lane. If Barbie is so popular why do you have to buy her friends? What happens if you get scared half to death twice? I used to have an open mind but my brains fell out. (Don’t forget I’m always looking for new jokes. Please send me your best!) Genre in Music, Narrative and Games

In the last lesson we considered a bibliographic record for a music CD.

In the bibliographic record for the music CD “Bare” by Annie Lennox we noted that the subject was Rock Music – 2000–2010.  This lead to music samples of Elvis Presley, Beatles, ABBA, Eurythmics, Nirvana and P!nk and a discussion of changes in definitions of popular music over the last 50 years. Then we discussed the term genre as a way of classifying the style and form of music not connected to its content or meaning. The genre of music is often hard to describe but easy to identify when we hear it. I encourage you to listen to as many different artists as possible and think about whether they perform the genre of R & B, Hip Hop, Folk, Jazz, Classical, Techno, Rock or a combination of a few genre. Narrative can be classified according to genre too. Goosebumps is Horror, Paul Jennings writes Humour and of course the genre I like most is Fairy Tale. Most movies are narrative based too. Titanic is a Romance, Arnie Schwarzenegger makes Action/Adventure movies and Harry Potter is Fantasy. Don’t forget Soap Operas such as Home & Away or Neighbours!

 

Book Week in August celebrates the best Australian books from 2006. Last month the Librarians had an Extravaganza of ideas about how school libraries and public libraries can workshop the new books. If you have young brothers and sisters there may be some good ideas for you and your parents.

 Questions on Learning

Games can also be classified according genre such as by card game, or board game or video game. Go to this hyperlink for games and answer the following questions.

1) What genre of games to you enjoy?

2) Can you explain why?

3) Are these games skills based or problem based?

4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?

5) What is your favourite game? Why?

Question on the Narrative

Jack and the Beanstalk.

To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.

1) Why are beans so amazing?

2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?

3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?

4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?

5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?

 

Answer the questions below on a bibliographic record from the Bankstown Library

Item Information
Call Number Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
  ANF 649.5 EIN Adult Non Fiction   Greenacre On Loan 2 Aug 2007  

 

Download Title Reserve Title

Catalogue Information

Field name Details
ISBN 0600606910
Name Einon, Dorothy.
Title Things to do to play & learn / Dorothy Einon.
Also titled Play and learn
  Play & learn
  Things to do to play and learn
Published London : Hamlyn, 2004
Description 224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes Includes indexes.
  “130 fun activities for 2-6 years old”–Cover.
Subjects Play.
  Educational games.
  Child rearing.
  Child development.

 

1) Title and an alternative title.

2) Name two subjects

3) What is the call number?

4) Is it available? Which branch?

5) Description?

6) Who is this book for?

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15 responses to “Information Literacy at BGHS – Lesson 5

  1. Questions on Learning

    Games can also be classified according genre such as by card game, or board game or video game. Go to this hyperlink for games and answer the following questions.

    1) What genre of games to you enjoy? I like mystery games, or those really hard games that are impossible to solve.

    2) Can you explain why? Because it’s more interesting than the ones where you know the answer to, or you can predict what’s going to happen.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based? They’re a little bit of both. Because you have to have certain skills to finish the game, and if it’s a really hard game, then you have a really big problem!

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone? I play board games with my older sister. And i play computer games with my younger one.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why? I LOVE Cludeo, because it’s so fascinating. You never know who the murdered is, and where it happened and who the victim was! It’s so brain-wracking i love it.

    Question on the Narrative

    Jack and the Beanstalk.

    To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.

    1) Why are beans so amazing? Because they can grow magic bean stalks that lead up to a giant’s home.

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant? He stole the harp.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?Of course not. That selfish, fat giant deserved it. Even if it was a crime.

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who? No. I don’t socialise with giants.

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious? Because firstly it belongs to them. Secondly if it’s rare that means they want to keep it real safe so no one can take it away from them because it’s rare!

    1) Title and an alternative title. Things to do and learn. Play and learn. Play & learn. Things to do to play and learn.

    2) Name two subjects. Play, Educational Games.

    3) What is the call number? ANF 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch? It’s at Greenacre’s Branch. And right now it’s on loan, so it isn’t avaliable.

    5) Description? 224 pg, col. ill. ; 25 cm.

    6) Who is this book for? This book is for, 2-6 year olds.

  2. Questions on Learning

    Games can also be classified according genre such as by card game, or board game or video game. Go to this hyperlink for games and answer the following questions.

    1) What genre of games to you enjoy?I enjoy games that involve running around or games taht challenges the mind.

    2) Can you explain why?It makes me think and makes me have fun actively.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based? I think they are skill based because if you run around, you need to run around very quickly and when you play games that challenges the mind, you need certain skills.

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?I like playing games with a group of people.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why? My favourite game is Marco Polo because it can get very funny when the person blindfolded gets lost or gets near a person.

    Question on the Narrative

    Jack and the Beanstalk.

    To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.

    1) Why are beans so amazing?Beans are amazing because they can be used in differnet dishes and have many kinds.

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant? He stole a goose that layed golden eggs.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?I don’t feel sorry for the giant because it was vicious and blood-thirsty, it also didn’t need to have a goose that layed golden eggs because he wouldn’t have gone anywhere to spend it on.

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?I don’t really know any scary giants but my friends can get very scary.

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?It can’t share anything that is precious because no one would want to hang around an evil giant because they think they will get gobbled up.

    1) Title and an alternative title.Things to play & learn, Play and Learn, Things to do to play and learn.

    2) Name two subjects: Play and Educational Names

    3) What is the call number?0600606910

    4) Is it available? Which branch?it is not available and it is at the Greenache branch.

    5) Description?224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.

    6) Who is this book for?children and for adults to have games for children to play.

  3. Games can also be classified according genre such as by card game, or board game or video game. Go to this hyperlink for games and answer the following questions.

    1) What genre of games to you enjoy?
    Puzzle gamee and advenerous games.

    2) Can you explain why?
    It makes me think alot and i really enjoy playing it, its just so cool when you go on adventures because it makes me feel like im part of that adventure too.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?
    Well I think its based on pretty both because on adventurous games you would need skills of course and the puzzle games would be kind of problemed based.

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?
    Well it really depends on how many palyers the game will let you play because i would prefer to play with my friends and cousins but if its a puzzle game then i would probaly play on my own because it would invlove alot of thinking and i would need some peace and quiet.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why?
    My favourite game would pokemon because its like an adventurous game but at the same time your trying to slove the mystery so i find it really interesting to play!

    Question on the Narrative

    Jack and the Beanstalk.

    To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.

    1) Why are beans so amazing?
    The beans are so amazing because they can become a giant beanstalk which can reach up to the sky!
    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?
    The most prcious thing Jack stole form the giant was a henthat can lay a golden egg and a bag of gold.
    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?
    No, i dont feel sorry for the giant because he is not poor and he was about to eat Jack and Jack was really poor, he didnt have anything to eat and the giant at least had his wife to cook for him so i dont feel sorry for the giant!
    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?
    Yes, my friends would be the scary giants but there’s one person out all my frinds who i think would be the scariest giant of all but i wont mention her name before she comes and squash me into pieces!!

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?
    Giants can’s share what is precious because who would want to come near a giant, i mean even if the want to no one would come o the giant and if its precious the giant moight want to keepo it to himslef because he doesn’t trust anybody or he might be a greedy giant!!

    Answer the questions below on a bibliographic record from the Bankstown Library

    Item Information
    Call Number Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
    ANF 649.5 EIN Adult Non Fiction Greenacre On Loan 2 Aug 2007

    Download Title Reserve Title

    Catalogue Information

    Field name Details
    ISBN 0600606910
    Name Einon, Dorothy.
    Title Things to do to play & learn / Dorothy Einon.
    Also titled Play and learn
    Play & learn
    Things to do to play and learn
    Published London : Hamlyn, 2004
    Description 224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
    Notes Includes indexes.
    “130 fun activities for 2-6 years old”–Cover.
    Subjects Play.
    Educational games.
    Child rearing.
    Child development.

    1) Title and an alternative title.
    Things to play & learn, Play and Learn, Things to do to play and learn.

    2) Name two subjects:
    Play and Educational Names

    3) What is the call number?
    ANF 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?
    It is not available, it is at Greenache Branch.
    5) Description?
    224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.

    6) Who is this book for?
    This book is for childrens and young adults, 2-6 years.

  4. 1) What genre of games to you enjoy?puzzles

    2) Can you explain why?it is fun

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?yes
    1) Why are beans so amazing?they are magical

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?a golden egg

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?yes, because he wasn’t mean

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?no

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?because they don’t want everyone to know.

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?sisters & brothers

    5) What is your favourite game? Why? monopoly. it is interesting
    1) Title and an alternative title.Things to play

    2) Name two subjects play& games

    3) What is the call number?ANF649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?yes ,Greenacre

    5) Description?224p. col ill, 25cm

    6) Who is this book for?children 2-6

  5. 1)What genre games do you enjoy? I enjoy i like games where there’s a lot of action, adventure or games that just make you think.

    2)Can you explain why? I like them because some of them are just really challenging and that makes you just want to continue playing.

    3)Are there game skills based or problem based? I think that they’re both because you got to have skills to work atwhere to go and what to do next and they’re problemed based because you gonna get a huge problem if u run out of skills.

    4)Who do you play games with or do you play alone? I play games with friends, family and sometimes alone because sometimes a game is supposed to be played alone like games in arcades.

    5)What is your favourite game? Why? My favorite game is street fighter because its fun and even though it can be a one and two player game i like to play alone because that way when i play against the computer it would be more challenging.

    Questions on Narrative – Jack and the Beanstalk

    1)Why are beans so amazing? They’re so amazing because after you plant them they grow really really big and eventually reach to the sky.

    2)What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant? He stole a duck that could lay golden eggs that if were sold would be worth a lot.

    3)Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why Not? No, because the giant wan’t poor and anyways Jack was really poor and would need that money more than the giant so at least Jack’s life could be a bit better now and plus why would the giant need a duck that lays golden eggs if he had no where to spend the golden eggs.

    4)Do you know any scary giants? Who? No, not besides the ones i read in books and plus there is no such things as giants so how would i know one?

    5)Why can’t giants share what is so precious? Giants don’t want to share it because they’re selfish and if they told anyone which i doubt the other person would selfish as well and try to keep it to themselves.

    Questions on bibliographic record – Bankstown library

    1)Title and an alternative title. “Things to play and learn”,” Play and learn” and Things to do to play and learn.

    2)Name 2 subjects. Play and Educational Names.

    3)What is the call number? ANF 649.5

    4)Is it available? Which branch? No and the branch is Greenacre.

    5)Description? 224.:col.ill.;25cm

    6)Who is this book for? It is for children 2-6 yrs of age.

  6. 1) What genre of games to you enjoy?
    Puzzles, adventure.

    2) Can you explain why?
    Adventure games are very interesting and puzzles make me think.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?
    Yes, adventure games are skilled based and puzzles are problem based.

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?
    I play games with my family and friends especially with my sisters.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why?
    My favourite game is Mario Forever because it is a very interesting adventure game.

    Question on the Narrative

    Jack and the Beanstalk.

    To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.

    1) Why are beans so amazing?
    They are magic and can grow into giant beanstalks and lead to a giants castle.

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?
    A hen that can lay golden eggs.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?
    No, because he ate people and was very mean.

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?
    No. I don’t know any scary giants.

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?
    They are hogs and never want to share anything because they are selfish.

    1) Title and an alternative title.
    Things to do to play & learn,Play and learn
    Play & learn Things to do to play and learn

    2) Name two subjects
    Play, Educational games.

    3) What is the call number?
    ANF 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?
    It is not available and the branch is Greenacre.

    5) Description?
    224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.

    6) Who is this book for?
    this book is for 2-6 year old children.

  7. Jokes often surprise us by connecting us to unexpected meanings. In the new digital world of computers we can “embed” a word or an image with a connection to a webpage or a multimedia object. I like to refer to jokes as a metaphor for hyperlinks to unexpected meanings. Humour is very important in helping us keep our sense of wonder. Here are this lesson’s examples.

    How do you tell if you run out of invisible ink? On the other hand, you have different fingers When everything is coming your way you are in the wrong lane. If Barbie is so popular why do you have to buy her friends? What happens if you get scared half to death twice? I used to have an open mind but my brains fell out. (Don’t forget I’m always looking for new jokes. Please send me your best!) Genre in Music, Narrative and Games

    In the last lesson we considered a bibliographic record for a music CD.

    In the bibliographic record for the music CD “Bare” by Annie Lennox we noted that the subject was Rock Music – 2000–2010. This lead to music samples of Elvis Presley, Beatles, ABBA, Eurythmics, Nirvana and P!nk and a discussion of changes in definitions of popular music over the last 50 years. Then we discussed the term genre as a way of classifying the style and form of music not connected to its content or meaning. The genre of music is often hard to describe but easy to identify when we hear it. I encourage you to listen to as many different artists as possible and think about whether they perform the genre of R & B, Hip Hop, Folk, Jazz, Classical, Techno, Rock or a combination of a few genre. Narrative can be classified according to genre too. Goosebumps is Horror, Paul Jennings writes Humour and of course the genre I like most is Fairy Tale. Most movies are narrative based too. Titanic is a Romance, Arnie Schwarzenegger makes Action/Adventure movies and Harry Potter is Fantasy. Don’t forget Soap Operas such as Home & Away or Neighbours!

    Book Week in August celebrates the best Australian books from 2006. Last month the Librarians had an Extravaganza of ideas about how school libraries and public libraries can workshop the new books. If you have young brothers and sisters there may be some good ideas for you and your parents.

    Questions on Learning

    Games can also be classified according genre such as by card game, or board game or video game. Go to this hyperlink for games and answer the following questions.

    1) What genre of games to you enjoy?I enjoy action and adventure and sometimes puzzles.

    2) Can you explain why? I like action and adventure games because they are more interesting and fun then other types of games.And it keeps you entertained!!

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?Yes. Adventure games involve a lot of skill and problems sometimes involve a lot of thinking!

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?I enjoy playing games with others because when i am playing with my friends i can challenge them and we can all enjoy ourselves.But i also like playing by myself sometimes when im in arcades.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why? My faveourite game is Mario games because it involves lots of fun action and it keeps you entertained at all times!

    Question on the Narrative

    Jack and the Beanstalk.

    To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.

    1) Why are beans so amazing? Beans are so amazing because they can grow to really extreme heights which leads to giants’ castle which becomes really exciting!!

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant? A hen that can lay beautiful golden eggs.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?No i do not because he was very mean and he ate people!!

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?
    No i dont. I havent met any!!!Only ones i have seen in films and read in books!
    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?Giants cant share what is precious because they probably dont have anything else or they are greedy and selfish.

    Answer the questions below on a bibliographic record from the Bankstown Library

    Item Information
    Call Number Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
    ANF 649.5 EIN Adult Non Fiction Greenacre On Loan 2 Aug 2007

    Download Title Reserve Title

    Catalogue Information

    Field name Details
    ISBN 0600606910
    Name Einon, Dorothy.
    Title Things to do to play & learn / Dorothy Einon.
    Also titled Play and learn
    Play & learn
    Things to do to play and learn
    Published London : Hamlyn, 2004
    Description 224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
    Notes Includes indexes.
    “130 fun activities for 2-6 years old”–Cover.
    Subjects Play.
    Educational games.
    Child rearing.
    Child development.

    1) Title and an alternative title.
    Things to do to play and learn. The alternative title is: Play & Learn.
    2) Name two subjects
    Eductional games, play.
    3) What is the call number?
    ANF 649.5
    4) Is it available? Which branch?
    It is not available. The branch is Greenacre.
    5) Description?224p.:col.ill.;25cm.

    6) Who is this book for?It is for children from ages 2-6.

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  8. Games can also be classified according genre such as by card game, or board game or video game. Go to this hyperlink for games and answer the following questions.

    1) What genre of games to you enjoy?
    I really enjoy puzzle, board and word games.

    2) Can you explain why?
    Puzzle, board and word games make me think and are intellectually stimulating.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?
    I think puzzle games, board games and word games are both skill based and problem based as you both need skill and need to think while playing these games.

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?
    When i play word games and board games, i like to play with my family as to me, board games and word games played by themselves are boring. But when i play puzzle games, my independency takes over and i would like to do it by myself.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why?
    My favourite game is Monopoly and Scrabble because they involve both me and my family and it is fun, seeing who would win and i would like to come out on top of everyone!

    Question on the Narrative

    Jack and the Beanstalk.

    To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.

    1) Why are beans so amazing?
    The beans are so amazing because they can become a giant beanstalk which can reach up to the sky!

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?
    The most prcious thing Jack stole form the giant was a hen that can lay a golden egg and a bag of gold.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?
    No, i dont feel sorry for the giant because he is not poor and he was about to eat Jack and Jack was really poor, he didnt have anything to eat and the giant at least had his wife to cook for him so i dont feel sorry for the giant!

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?
    Yes, my friends would be the scary giants but there’s one person out of all my friends who i think would be the scariest giant of all but i wont mention her name before she comes and squash me into pieces!!

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?
    Giants can’s share what is precious because who would want to come near a giant, i mean even if the want to no one would come o the giant and if its precious the giant moight want to keepo it to himslef because he doesn’t trust anybody or he might be a greedy giant!!

    Answer the questions below on a bibliographic record from the Bankstown Library

    Item Information
    Call Number Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
    ANF 649.5 EIN Adult Non Fiction Greenacre On Loan 2 Aug 2007

    Download Title Reserve Title

    Catalogue Information

    Field name Details
    ISBN 0600606910
    Name Einon, Dorothy.
    Title Things to do to play & learn / Dorothy Einon.
    Also titled Play and learn
    Play & learn
    Things to do to play and learn
    Published London : Hamlyn, 2004
    Description 224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
    Notes Includes indexes.
    “130 fun activities for 2-6 years old”–Cover.
    Subjects Play.
    Educational games.
    Child rearing.
    Child development.

    1) Title and an alternative title.
    Things to play & learn, Play and Learn, Things to do to play and learn.

    2) Name two subjects:
    Play and Educational Names

    3) What is the call number?
    ANF 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?
    It is not available, it is at Greenache Branch.
    5) Description?
    224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.

    6) Who is this book for?
    This book is for childrens and young adults, 2-6 years.

  9. Hannah Eel-Ghourani

    1) What genre of games to you enjoy?
    i like challenging board games,crosswords and sudoku
    2) Can you explain why?
    Becaz u need to use ur brain to solve it
    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?i think they are skill based becaz u need skills

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?i play it alone becaz if u have something to do u need to focus

    5) What is your favourite game? Why?
    my favourite game is sudoku
    becaz it keeps my brain working

  10. Hannah El-Ghourani

    1) Why are beans so amazing?becaz they can one day be very big

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?the hen and the bag of gold

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?no becaz he was mean

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who?no becaz there is no such thing

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?becaz they are to big

  11. Hannah El-Ghourani

    1) Title and an alternative title.things to do and play/Dorothy Einon

    2) Name two subjects
    play
    educational games

    3) What is the call number?anf 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?it is not availabe.the branch is greenarce

    5) Description?224pg:col.ill.;25 cm

    6) Who is this book for?it is for children and young adults

  12. Questions on Learning
    Games can also be classified according genre such as by card game, or board game or video game. Go to this hyperlink for games and answer the following questions.
    1) What genre of games to you enjoy? I Enjoy video games
    2) Can you explain why? I like them because they give us more action than card or board games.
    3) Are these games skills based or problem based? I would say skilled
    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone? Sometimes i play with my brother or alone
    5) What is your favourite game? Why? GTA San Andreas because it has alot of action in it.
    Question on the Narrative
    Jack and the Beanstalk.
    To answer all the questions on Jack and the Beanstalk you must finish reading the story or listen to the MP3 at home on the Information Literacy at BGHS site under the Narrative Links.
    1) Why are beans so amazing? Beans are amazing because they can become a giant beanstalk and reach upto the sky
    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant? a hen that has golden eggs.
    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not? No Because he was a very mean and evil character
    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who? No
    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious? Because they are greedy

    Answer the questions below on a bibliographic record from the Bankstown Library
    Item Information
    Call Number Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
    ANF 649.5 EIN Adult Non Fiction Greenacre On Loan 2 Aug 2007

    Download Title
    Reserve Title

    Catalogue Information
    Field name Details
    ISBN 0600606910
    Name Einon, Dorothy.

    Title Things to do to play & learn / Dorothy Einon.
    Also titled Play and learn
    Play & learn
    Things to do to play and learn
    Published London : Hamlyn, 2004
    Description 224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
    Notes Includes indexes.
    “130 fun activities for 2-6 years old”–Cover.
    Subjects Play.

    Educational games.

    Child rearing.

    Child development.

    1) Title and an alternative title. Things To Do. Play And Learn
    2) Name two subjects Educational Games ,child rearing
    3) What is the call number? ANF 649.5
    4) Is it available? Which branch? Its Not available but on loan at greenacre branch
    5) Description? 224 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
    6) Who is this book for? This book is for children 2-6 years of age

  13. Caroline Pham

    1) What genre of games to you enjoy?
    I enjoy board games , puzzles and action games.

    2) Can you explain why?
    I enjoy it because i have to think hard and its fun.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?
    Both

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?
    Both. I play alone and with friends & relatives.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why?
    I like yoshi mario game because its really fun, interesting and

    Questions on Narrative – Jack and the beanstalk

    1) Why are beans so amazing?
    Beans are so amazing because they can grow a very tall beanstalk up into the sky.

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?
    A duck that laid golden eggs and when you sell it you get back a lot of money in return.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?
    No, becasue its not poor or in desperate need of money and food.

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who? No, besides this one. I dont read books that have monsters i it and i cant remember any other ones.

    5)Why can’t giants share what is so precious? Giants can’t share what is so precious because they’re greedy and selfish.

    1) Title and an alternative title: Things to do to play & learn.

    2) Name two subjects: play and education games

    3) What is the call number? ANF 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?
    its not available but the branch is greenacre.

    5) Description? 224 p.: col. ill. ; 25cm.

    6) Who is this book for?
    This book is for 2-6 years of age.

  14. 1) What genre of games to you enjoy?
    I enjoy board games , puzzles and action games.

    2) Can you explain why?
    I enjoy it because i have to think hard and its very interesting.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based?
    i think they are based on both.

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone?
    i play games with my sister.
    5) What is your favourite game? Why?
    I like yoshi mario game because its really fun and exciting

    Questions on Narrative – Jack and the beanstalk

    1) Why are beans so amazing?
    Beans are so amazing because they can grow a very tall beanstalk up into the sky.

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant?
    A duck that laid golden eggs and when you sell it you get back a lot of money in return.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not?
    No, becasue its not poor or in desperate need of money and food.

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who? No, besides this one. I dont read books that have monsters i it and i cant remember any other ones.

    5)Why can’t giants share what is so precious? Giants can’t share what is so precious because they’re greedy and selfish.

    1) Title and an alternative title: Things to do to play & learn.

    2) Name two subjects: play and education games

    3) What is the call number? ANF 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?
    its not available but the branch is greenacre.

    5) Description? 224 p.: col. ill. ; 25cm.

    6) Who is this book for?
    This book is for 2-6 years of age.

  15. 1) What genre of games to you enjoy? I like
    playing board games or action games.

    2) Can you explain why?Its fun and easy to play.

    3) Are these games skills based or problem based? I will say skilled because it tests you a bit.

    4) Who do you play games with or do you play alone? Proberly my cousins.

    5) What is your favourite game? Why? I like mario games they’re really fun and easy to learn how to play!

    Jack and the Beanstalk.

    1) Why are beans so amazing? They turn from a seed into something beautiful

    2) What was the most precious thing that Jack stole from the giant? He stole the harp.

    3) Do you feel sorry for the giant? Why/Why not? Yeah cause he lost somehting that proberly meant a lot to him and Jack just came and stole it.

    4) Do you know any scary giants? Who? No. I don’t think i know any giants.

    5) Why can’t giants share what is precious?
    Proberly because they’re worried incase others will steal it.

    1) Title and an alternative title.
    Things to do and learn. Play and learn. Play & learn. Things to do to play and learn.

    2) Name two subjects.
    Play, Educational Games.

    3) What is the call number?
    ANF 649.5

    4) Is it available? Which branch?
    It’s at Greenacre’s Branch. And right now it’s on loan, so it isn’t avaliable.

    5) Description?
    224 pg, col. ill. ; 25 cm.

    6) Who is this book for?
    This book is for, 2-6 year olds.

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