EAL/English
Teen Library AdvisorsBook Week
This is the "Year 7 R&IL" page of the "Library Homepage" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Library Homepage  

This is the official website for the Learning Resource Centre at Dandenong High School.
Last Updated: Jul 17, 2017 URL: http://libguides.dandenong-hs.vic.edu.au/homepage Print Guide RSS Updates

Year 7 R&IL Print Page
  Search: 
 
 

Premiers' Reading Challenge

All of our Year 7, 8 and 9 students will be registered for the Victorian Premiers' Reading Challenge at the earliest opportunity.  Students are encouraged to borrow and read widely during their visits to the LRC in the Information Literacy Sessions.  The challenge also supports the wider reading requirements in English.  Year 10 students are encouraged to participate too.  Please see a staff member in the LRC if you are interested.Please visit the Victorian Premiers' Reading Challenge Website to login and to find out more information about the challenge.

Victorian Premier's Reading Challenge logo

 

Library Catalogue

Click here to search the Dandenong High School Library Catalogue

Databases

To find login credentials for all of the databases below go to our special google page that contains all of the LRC links passwords and ebooks.
ClickView
ClickView Online is a digitised video library available across the School Network and from home. It provides access to over 10,000 titles which can be searched by category or keyword. ClickView also enables a movie clip to be exported in a format that can be inserted easily into Powerpoint or Word.
 
Echo
The newspaper index Echo is available on-line via this google doc. Outlines compiled by Echo are also a very useful resource. 
 
SLASA Online Referencing Generator
SLASA Online Reference Generator takes the stress out of referencing and is suitable for students of all levels.

Staff and students can access login details from our google doc.

 
World Book Web Logo
WorldBook Online offers online encyclopaedia resources which are suitable for students and their families.

 

original ziptales site

Ziptales Online features a library of high interest stories and other learning resources which are suitable for students of all ages and their families. 

      
     

    Dandenong High School eBooks - (Wheelers Platform) NEW LENDING SERVICE!

    To access this fantastic service you will need to download Adobe Digital Editions 2.0.  You will also need an Adobe ID if you haven't organised one previously.  Please visit us in the LRC if you are having any trouble.

    Click here to see eBooks which are now available to you from the Dandenong High School eBook lending facility.  Click Getting Started on the home page to find out how you can download and borrow books.  If you are not sure about how to follow the instructions, please see the staff in the LRC.

     

    Guide to using Ebook Lending Facility

     

    Video showing how to use the Five W's

     

    The Fantastic Flying Books of Morris Lessmore

    Want to see why we love reading?  Have a look at this fabulous video!!!  It sums up everything about the transformative power of reading.

     

    Review of Thai-Riffic

     

    Jackie French - 2014/15 Australian Children's Laureate

    Meet Jackie French - The 2014/15 Australian Children's Laureate and much loved children's author.  Her theme is 'Share a Story'.  Check out the link to be inspired and think about how you can share a story this year.  Which is your magic book?  You know the one that changed your life that made you see the world differently and got you passionate about reading.

     

    Remembrance Day - World War I - 1914 -1918

    War and Identity Interactives

    Who am I?

    Can you work out who the six Australians are? Read the biographies of 6 significant Australians in World War I.

    Glossary:

    AIF:  Australian Imperial Forces

    Digger:  soldier (usually an ANZAC) embodies ANZAC legend spirit eg: egalitarian, mateship & courage

    Gallipoli: A place in Turkey

    Western Front:  The places in France, Belgium & Luxembourg that were invaded by Germans in WWI

     

     

    Halloween

     

    The Rainbow Snake as retold by Anne E Stewart (Storyteller)

     

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Hard Luck - Book Trailer

    The latest novel from the International Best Selling Author Jeff Kinney.  Go into the draw and be the first to read this fantastic book.

     

    Wonder (Book Trailer)

    I read this fabulous book on the holidays.  It is about an extraordinary boy, August Pullman, who is born with a severe facial abnormality.  Auggie is going to school for the very first time.  He will be attending Middle School.  I'm sure all of us in year 7 can relate to what it is like to be new but just imagine how much more complicated life would be if you were born with a severe facial abnormality that makes other kids run away after taking one look at your face.  The book really puts you in Auggie's shoes but it is narrated by Auggie and also other characters whose lives he touches so you get lots of different perspectives.  It is a 'wonder' of a book that will have you thinking about what it means to be a good courageous human being, to overcome life's obstacles and will make you laugh and cry.

    Don't believe everything you read!

    Have a look at some links below and think about how you would go about sorting fact from fiction!

    LRC Crossword

    Have a go at this fun crossword to learn more about all the fantastic online resources available to you from the LRC.

     

    Spine Poetry

    Have a look at these wonderful examples of Spine Poetry.

     

    Two Sentence Scary Stories

    You don't have to read a whole novel or see a spooky film to be thoroughly spooked.

    It could be the rustle of the wind, a creaky floorboard, a whisper or a sound you can't quite place.

    These stories are only two sentences long but they will send a chill down your spine and you'll never sleep again.

    Try these two sentence stories.

    Spritz - Try this reading app

     

    Harmony Day Links

    1.  Harmony Day is celebrated on 21 March. Visit the site to find out more about this event.

    2.  Read the fact sheet about Harmony Day to learn more.

    3. Take the quiz to find out how much you know about our Indigenous people.

    4. Check your knowledge of Aboriginal History through this timeline quiz.

     

    Passport Around the LRC

    Take a short tour on the Passport Around the LRC Website to find out more about the fabulous resources and services available to you.

    Use the iPods to scan the qr code to discover the amazing services available to you.

     

     

    LRC Blog - iLearn @ DHS

    Click here to go to the blog.  Find many links to online reading on the READ page.

    Student Blogs

    Here are some fantastic blogs created and run by students at Dandenong High School.  Want to find out which book to read next? Check out what other students are reading!

    • Books of Glory
      Books of Glory is a blog with some great reviews by a student who goes under the name of 'Forest Wizard'. If you feel inspired and would like to create your own blog to share reviews see Mrs Papazoglou in the LRC.
    • Teen Booklover
      Booklover is another student who is also a prolific reader. She has kindly offered to recommend the best ones in her new blog called Teen Booklover. If you are looking for an exciting read check out this new blog. A big thank you to Booklover who has done all the hard work finding the very best books for you.
    • Books that light your path
      Openminded is a year 9 student who has reviewed some fantastic books. Check out what Openminded has been reading.
    Description

    Loading  Loading...

    Tip