Inquiry

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Reflection

All studnets need to write their student comment for their reports.
Please make sure you cover the following information…..

In reading I have improved in…………
In reading I want to get better at……….
In writing I have improved in…………
In writing I want to get better at……….
In maths I have improved in…………
In maths I want to get better at……….
My favourite memory from this semester at Beveridge Primary School is……..

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Star Wars

Star Wars

LOS ANGELES — It was 35 years ago Friday that moviegoers were first transported to a galaxy far, far away.

“Star Wars” launched in theaters May 25, 1977, introducing the world to The Force, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Princess Leia, Han Solo and a pair of loveable droids named R2-D2 and C-3PO. (The film’s subtitle, “A New Hope,” was added when it was first re-released in 1981.)

The intergalactic adventure spawned two sequels, 1980’s “The Empire Strikes Back” and 1983’s “Return of the Jedi,” as well as a prequel trilogy that debuted in 1999.

That first film laid the groundwork for a multi-billion-dollar franchise now comprised of comics, games, a TV series and other media used to tell stories set within the universe created by “Star Wars” mastermind George Lucas.