Thursday, 12 April 2018

How to use a protractor

This is a DLO on how to use a protractor. You will need to figure out where the center of the protractor is, next figure out where the lines go and then measure from the zero. When you measure the number / line that could be the nearest. If the line is in the middle of the two numbers you look at which side is the biggest number and then go down to the lower number.
example 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 40 the biggest number is 30 so you go down to 30 and so then the answer is 35.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Grey Angles Summary

Keywords: All keywords in Summary will be highlighted in yellow
Nurse/s, World War 1, Sick, Injured, Edna Pengelly, Treated


This text talked about the Nurses that Treated Sick and Injured World
War 1 soldiers. It also shared World War 1 Nurse Edna Pengally’s story
. It talks about what operations Edna was a part of, and how she felt
during her working hours. Edna Pengelly was born on the 5th July
1874, and died on the 20th August 1959. It explains that patients would
be Treated in tents, Hospital ships, and even trains! There was a part of
the text that explained shell shock, and it’s symptoms.  

how it was like to be a nurse in 1914

This is a blog post about how it was like for some one that had to be a healer for the people in war it would be stress full and hard on them if there patients died.