Remembrance Day

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The 11th of November is Remembrance Day, a significant date that marks the end of World War I. Next up we’ll hear from two Rookie Reporters who travelled to Gallipoli for the ANZAC centenary commemorations earlier in the year. We asked them to record their experiences and share with us how their view of Remembrance Day had changed since their return. Here’s Tiffany and Lily.

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4345710.htm

Post your answers to the questions below as a quality comment.
1. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of…
2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
Google Maps.
3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
5. Where was the dawn service held?
6. Who was James Martin?
7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
eleventh month?
8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
9. How do you remember those who fought in the war?
Reference:
http://www.abc.net.au/btn/resources/teacher/episode/20151110-rememberingww1.pdf
http://www.york-me-community.org/poppy-appeal-launched-in-york/
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16 thoughts on “Remembrance Day

  1. Dear Mrs Veal,
    My answers to the questions on the blog about WW1.

    Remembrance Day marks the end of World War One

    2 . Tiffany and Lily went to the western front in France for Anzac Day.

    3 .Remembrance Day is important to Tiffany because her great uncle fought and died in that war.

    4 The trip to Gallipoli is important to Lily because she did a essay on some one who fought in the war a she wants to retrace his steps.

    5. The dawn service was held in Anzac cove.

    6. James Martin was the youngest person to fight and die in WW1 at the age of 14.

    7. At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month we have a minutes silence because that was when the war ended.

    8. The trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day by teaching what it really is and how important it is to respect those who fought.

    9. We remember those who fought in the war by having a minutes silence.

    From Melissa

  2. Dear Mrs Veal,
    Here are my answers and inferences on the BTN Remembrance Day.
    1. The First World War.
    2. Tiffany and Lily went to Gallipoli Anzac Cove in Turkey.
    3. Remembrance Day is important to Tiffany because her Great uncle was killed in WW1.
    4. Remembrance Day is important to lily as she wants to retrace the steps of WW1 soldiers.
    5. The Dawn service was held at Anzac Cove.
    6. James Martin was thought to be the youngest soldier and the youngest to die at 14 Years old.
    7. On the 11 day of the 11 month we Remember those who lived and died in all wars this day is called Remembrance Day.
    8. Yes they both rethought their understanding of Remembrance Day they now think it as a day “were we honour those who died remember but not in just the world wars in any wars”.
    9. I remember the people who fought in the wars for our country not as soldiers but as brave men and women that chose to sacrifice their lives to save others.
    From Edward

  3. Dear Mrs Veal

    1. Remembrance Day marks the end of WW1
    2.Tiffany and Lily went to ANZAC Cove in Gallipoli
    3. ANZAC day is important to Tiffany because her great uncle Lea Warren
    4.ANZAC day is important to Lily because she wrote an essay on Arthur Thomas Walker who fought in WW1
    5. The dawn service was held at ANZAC Cove
    6.James Martin was the youngest soldier to go and die fighting in war at the age of 14
    7.At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the month we remember those who fought in WW1
    8. This trip changed there lives of Remembrance Day by seeing just how many people got killed in this war.
    9. I remember those who fought in the war by going to the dawn service in the city

    From Jack

  4. Dear Mrs Veal

    Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of… world war 1

    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps. They went to Gallipoli

    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
    Because her great grandpa died in at the shore of Gallipoli

    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
    It was important because there was a man related to her that died

    5. Where was the dawn service held? It is held in Gallipoli

    6. Who was James Martin? It was tiffanys great grand pa

    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month? World war 1 ended

    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day? It changed because they now know more about it

    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war? By having a minute silence

    By Brady

  5. Dear Mrs Veal,

    1. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of… World War 1
    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps. They went to Anzac Cove in France
    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany? It is important to Tiffany because her great uncle Les Warren fought in World War 1 and died.
    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily? It is important to Lily because she wrote an essay on a man that fought in the war for Australia and she perspective the soldiers.
    5. Where was the dawn service held? The dawn service was held in Anzac Cove.
    6. Who was James Martin? James Martin was the youngest soldier who fought at the age of 14 and died at Lone Pine.
    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month? There is a 1 minute silence to think about the people who fought for Australia.
    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day? They are very grateful they have peace and harmony, also that they are alive.
    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war? I remember them as brave young people who fought for freedom and I am lucky to have no war where I live and everywhere in Australia and that is from the people who fought for Australia

    Regards Zac

  6. Dear Mrs Veal,
    Here are my answers to the BtN.

    1. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of…World War 1
    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps.
    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany? It is important to Tiffany because her great uncle Les Warren fought in World War 1 and died.
    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily? It is important to Lily because she wrote an essay on a man that fought for Australia in World War One.
    5. Where was the dawn service held? The dawn services was held at Anzac Cove.
    6. Who was James Martin? James Matin was the youngest soldier in World War One only aged 14.
    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month? There is a minute silence to remember the soldiers who fought for our country in World War One.
    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?They are verity greatful that they have peace and harmony, also that they ate alive.
    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war? I remember them as being Brave, Bold, Strong people who fought for our country.

    From Peter

  7. Hi Mrs Veal,
    Here are my answers for the Remembrance Day video:

    Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps.
    Tiffany and Lily went to Gallipoli for Anzac Day.

    Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
    Remembrance Day is important to Tiffany because her Great-uncle, Les Warren, fought and died along the Western Front in France, and he’s now buried in Villers-Bretonneaux

    Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
    This trip is important to Lily because she wrote an essay about one of the soldiers who had fought at Gallipoli, a Ngarrindjeri man named Arthur Thomas Walker. And for her this trip was an opportunity to retrace his steps, and those of the other Aussie soldiers who fought at Gallipoli. At the memorials they visited, And she paid my respect to them.

    Where was the dawn service held?
    The Dawn service was held in the Anzac Cove.

    Who was James Martin?
    James Martin was one of the youngest soldiers to fight an die in and only an age of 14.

    What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month?
    On the eleventh hour of e eleventh day of the eleventh month we have a minute silence to remember the soldiers who fought for our country, and give them respect. “Lest we forget”.

    How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
    That trip to Gallipoli gave Tiffany and Lily a new understanding of what Remembrance Day is all about.

    How do you remember those who fought in the war?
    I remember them by giving them respect and having one minute silence, and usually the music thingy is played.

    Reference:
    http://www.abc.net.au/btn/resources/teacher/episode/20151110-rememberingww1.pdf
    http://www.york-me-community.org/poppy-appeal-launched-in-york/

    From Alishba

  8. Dear Mrs Veal,
    Here are my answers for Remembrance Day.

    1. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of World War 1.
    2 . Tiffany and Lily went to Anzac Cove, Eceabat, Turkey for Anzac Day and Gallipoli at the Gallipoli Peninsula on the European side of the Dardanelles.
    3 . Remembrance Day is important to Tiffany because her Great Uncle Les Waren fought and died at Gallipoli.
    4 . The trip to Gallipoli was important to Lily because she did a bibliography on a soldier named Arthur Thomas Walker and she wanted to retrace his steps and his fellow soldiers.
    5. The dawn service was held at Anzac Cove.
    6. James Martin was the youngest to fight and to die at Lone Pine?
    7. At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month everyone in Australia and New Zealand has a one minute silence to pay their respects to the soldiers who fought in World War One.
    8. The trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day by being grateful about what they had and never forgetting.
    9. I remember those who fought in the war by doing the one minute silence and when I read books about the First World War.

    Sef

  9. Dear Mrs Veal,
    Here are my answers for the BtN video on remembrance day

    Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of the war

    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps.

    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
    It is important to Tiffany because her Great Uncle fought and died in the war.
    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
    Lily wrote an essay on Arthur Thomas Walker and wanted to experience Anzac Cove.
    5. Where was the dawn service held?
    Anzac Cove.
    6. Who was James Martin?
    The youngest to die and fight in the war.
    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month?
    There is a minute silence to remember those who fought and died.
    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
    It was a moving experience an motivated them.
    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war?
    By having a minute of silence.

    From Abby

  10. Dear Mrs Veal,

    Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of… world war 1.
    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps……Tiffany and Lily went to Anzac Cove in Gallipoli.
    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany? It was important for Tiffany because her great uncle forget in that war and he was also one of 60 to die first in that war.
    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily? It was not important for Lilly because she was doing an essay on Thomas Walker who also fought in World War One.
    5. Where was the dawn service held? The dawn service was hold at Anzac Cove.
    6. Who was James Martin? Lames Martin was the youngest solider to ever fight in world war 1.
    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month? We remember all of the soldiers that fought in World War One.
    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day? The trip has changed their lives because the got to have an experience of a life time.
    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war? We remember those how fought in World War One because we have Anzac Day and Remembrance Day.

    From Taj

  11. Dear Mrs Veal,
    Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of the First World War.
    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using they went to Gallipoli
    Google Maps.
    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany because here great uncle died in the war.
    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
    5. Where was the dawn service held Gallipoli.
    6. Who was James Martin? The youngest man to die in the war.
    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month.
    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day? They went to Gallipoli to do Remembrance Day.
    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war? I remember them in my head.
    from Daniel

  12. Dear Mrs Veal,
    Those are my comments for the BtN.

    1. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of world war 1.

    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
    Because her great uncle was in the war and one on the Australians that died.

    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
    Lily wrote and essay on one of the soldiers and this was a experience that she could retrace his steps and see about the other people that were Aussie that fought for our county and maybe died.

    5. Where was the dawn service held?
    It was held at the Anzac cove

    6. Who was James Martin?
    To be the youngest boy that died at war at the age of 14.

    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month?
    We all have a one minute silence for those who fought and died in the war. To remember those people that had the courage to fight for our country.

    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
    It gave Tiffany and lily an incredibly moving experience. They will never forget those people that fought in the wars.

    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war?
    I remember the people that fought for our country, I don’t thin they should be called soldiers I think they are brave-man or brave woman.

    From Kiana

  13. Dear Mrs Veal,

    Here are my answers to the BtN story on Remembrance Day.

    1. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of…World War 1.
    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using Google Maps. They went to Gallipoli and to Anzac Cove.
    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany? Because her great uncle fort and died in World War 1.
    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily? Because she was doing a project on a man called Arthur Tomas Walker.
    5. Where was the dawn service held? It was held in France in Gallipoli on the Anzac Cove.
    6. Who was James Martin? James Martin is the youngest boy to fight in World War 1. He was only 14 and he died.
    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month? We have a minute of silence and it’s the day the war ended.
    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day? It changed their understanding because they realised how many soldiers died and how they helped Australia and to be grateful of what you’ve got.
    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war? You can remember soldiers by reading books and watching documentaries on World War 1.

    From Josh

  14. Dear Mrs Veal,
    Here are my answers to the Btn Remembrance Day

    1.Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of…
    The First World War

    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps.

    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
    Her Great Grandfather fought and died in the war

    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
    She wrote an essay on Arthur Thomas Walker

    5. Where was the dawn service held?
    Anzac Cove

    6. Who was James Martin?
    One of the youngest people in the war to die. He was only 14 when he died.

    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month?
    We all have a minute silence to remember the soldiers

    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
    How the soldiers went to Gallipoli and how millions fought.

    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war?
    We wear a poppy.

    From Vin

  15. Dear Mrs Veal,

    1. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of…World War 1.

    2 . Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using
    Google Maps. In France at Anzac Cove.

    3 . Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany? It is important to Tiffany because her great uncle fought for Australia and died.

    4 . Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily? it is important to Lily for her essay about a man that fought for Australia.

    5. Where was the dawn service held? The dawn service was held at Anzac cove.

    6. Who was James Martin? James Martin was the youngest solider in World War 1. His age was 14 years old.

    7. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the
    eleventh month? The guns and bombs fall silent in world war 1.

    8. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day? That it was amazing how young some of them were and how quickly they died even when they didn’t make it to shore.

    9. How do you remember those who fought in the war? By having 1 minute of silence.

    From Liam

  16. To Mrs Veal these are my answers to the B.T.N on the blog.
    1. Remembrance Day marks the end of World War One.
    2. Tiffany and Lily went to Anzac Cove in Turkey for Anzac Day.
    3. Remembrance Day is important to Tiffany because her great uncle died in the war.
    4. The trip to Gallipoli important to Lily because she could go pay respects to the soldiers.
    5. The dawn service was held held Anzac Cove, Gallipoli.
    6. James Martin was the youngest soldier I World War One.
    7. At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month we do a minute of silence to commemorate the end of the war and remember the soldiers in it.
    8. The trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day by making them feel sorry for the people who died in the war.
    9. I remember those who fought in the war be doing the minute of silence to pay respect to the fallen soldiers.
    From Logan

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