Welcome!

The 2009 Identity rap is at http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/raps/identity09/index.htm 

The 2009 Identity blog is at http://rapblog5.edublogs.org

 

 

 

In Term 2, 2008, we are rapping about Identity: Sharing our stories. Welcome and sign up to the rap! Teaching ideas and resources that support the Identity: Sharing our stories rap are available on the Raps and book raps site. Key dates for this rap are:

Introductions: 26 May 2008

Rap point 1: 2 June 2008

Rap point 2: 10 June 2008

Rap point 3: 16 June 2008

Rap point 4: 23 June 2008

Rap wrap up: 30 June 2008

Scroll down this page to see the new Gallery of student brainstorms and artwork!

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Gallery (NEW!) – Click images to see larger versions

Mindmap from Rap Point 1 @ Glenhaven Public School:
Mind map from Glenhaven PS

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Class 5E @ Penrith Public School created these artworks for our NAIDOC Week celebrations:
5E at Penrith PPS - NAIDOC artwork

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Class 5P @ Penrith Public School created these artworks for our NAIDOC Week celebrations:
5P at Penrith PPS - NAIDOC artwork

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Class SCH @ Penrith Public School created these artworks for our NAIDOC Week celebrations:
SCH at Penrith PPS - NAIDOC artwork

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Class 6B @ Penrith Public School created these artworks for our NAIDOC Week celebrations:
6B at Penrith PPS - NAIDOC artwork

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Class 6W @ Penrith Public School created these artworks for our NAIDOC Week celebrations:
6W at Penrith PPS - NAIDOC artwork

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Click here to view the same gallery at our wiki page.
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When this rap has finished, visit the raps archive for program and planning ideas, syllabus outcomes and resources to support a range of texts featured in past raps.

Raps hosted by School Libraries and Information Literacy.