Poetry: Lesson 5 – 6 Room Image Poem

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On the 25 of August, our class did our fifth lesson on poetry. We focused on the process of the 6 room image poem. 

Room 1: IMAGE/PHOTOGRAPH – Think of something that you think is amazing, beautiaful or interesting. Close your eyes and visualise. 

Room 2: LIGHT – Visualise the same image and think about the colours. How does it look?

Room 3: SOUND – What can you hear?

Room 4: Do you have questions about your image? What do you want to know more about?

Room 5: What do you feel?

Room 6: Look over your earlier rooms and pick out a word, line or phrase that feels important. Repeat it 3 times. 

After going through this process, we each wrote a poem according to the ntes we took after visualising. Here is the first poem I wrote that wasn’t according to my notes: 

Torches on the walls

Hogwarts, hogwarts, hogwarts

Inside the walls young witches and wizards

Hogwarts, hogwarts, hogwarts

Every night a grand feast

Hogwarts, hogwarts, hogwarts

Heels clicking on the stone floors

Hogwarts, hogwarts, hogwarts

Floating books and see-through ghosts

Hogwarts, hogwarts, hogwarts

Here is the second poem I wrote based on my notes:

Quiet chattering comes from the other first years

Will it be like I thought it would? Who are the teachers?

I’m filled with exciment and shock

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxAm I really here?

It’s dark in the shadowed parts

The moon shines on the castle tops

Hogwarts, hogwarts, hogwarts


Procedural Texts: How to make a great breakfast

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Sunny side-up eggs, toast, and freshly squeezed orange juice.

A great healthy way to help you kickstart the day!


  • Egg/s (choose your amount)
  • Bread (choose your amount)
  • Oranges (at least 4)
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper (optional)
  • Hand juicer x1
  • Plate x1
  • Bowl x1
  • Glass x1
  • Frying pan x1
  • Toaster (or an appliance that cooks bread)
  • Knife x1 (butter knife and sharp knife)
  • Fork x1
  • Spoon (teaspoon and tablespoon)
  • Straw/s (optional)


  1. First, get your egg/s and crack them into the bowl.
  2. Next, turn on the stove to a medium heat and pour in 1 tablespoon of olive oil, and tilt the pan so that the oil spreads over the entire bottom of the pan. Put it back on the stove.
  3. Pour the egg/s into the frying pan and put a chosen amount of bread into the toaster.
  4. Let the egg/s cook and tilt the pan so that the oil is able to be scooped up with the teaspoon.
  5. Pour the oil over the egg/s.
  6. Repeat step 5.
  7. Turn the temperature of the heat down and check your toast. If it’s ready, then take it out and put it on your plate. (If you would like to put spreads or butter on it you may do so)
  8. When the egg yolk is cooked, turn the heat off and place it on your plate. (place on toast if desired)
  9. Get an orange and cut it in half with a sharp knife and squeeze the juice out with the hand juicer.
  10. Repeat step 9 until you have as much juice as you like.
  11. Pour the juice in to the glass.
  12. Sprinkle salt and pepper (optional) onto your eggs and eat!

Now you have a delicious and healthy breakfast to enjoy and to help you kickstart the day!