Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Matariki poem


SUCCESS CRITERIA:

need to know about syllables
need to know about Matariki
stick with the 5,7,5 pattern
use you fingers to help
plan - brainstorm words associated with Matariki

A haiku is an unrhymed three-line poem. It is based on a traditional Japanese poetic form. Though there are different ways to write haiku, the traditional pattern in English is to write the first and last lines with five syllables each, and the middle line with seven syllables. In other words, the pattern of syllables looks like this:
Line 1: 5 syllables
Line 2: 7 syllables
Line 3: 5 syllables 




Thursday, 18 June 2015

Writing

W.A.L.T:write a persuasive argument of our choice.

Plan 

Story 



Homework

This is our homework it is a drink chocolate recipie in Maori and we have to put the words in English and it is not in order so we have to put it in order 

Reading

W.A.L.T: be creative 

 we haven't really finished yet but this is what is looks like.

Sorry we are not dong the carriage because we have no time 


for reading we are making invention what would help from people running up to 22 kilometre's dropping of mail from 100 years ago


this is the carriage

the carriage helps the people who run to give mail you can have mail so it's not to much work.
















This is the rest stop the rest stop helps people because if the horses get sick you still have a little drink at the rest stop and rest.
















This is the plan it has got the stuff we need how it can help.

















By Ruby and Grace 

Matariki


Friday, 12 June 2015

Photos of planting my plant


This is my plant in the first time in the garden 
Here is all of the plants 

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

plant in action assessment

Plants in Action Assessment
NOS Matrix - Level 2 - Investigating in Science - Carry out science investigations using a variety of approaches: classifying and identifying, pattern seeking, exploring, investigating models, fair testing, making things, or developing systems.
NOS Capabilities:  
- making meaning from observations
- using evidence to support ideas
- critique evidence


Self Assessment -
Check through all your Science Learning
for the term.
Success Criteria: I can
Peer Assessment -
Please check through all of their Science Learning for the term.
Name: Marion 
  • Contribute questions in discussions L2 sometimes 
  • Predict possible outcomes L2 sometimes 
  • Carry out simple observations and records relevant data L2 Yes 
  • Report on some or all of their investigations in an organised way L2. Sometimes 
  • Use models / photo’s to demonstrate my science ideas L2. Yes .

Comment:
i think i need to work on...  Report on some or all of their investigations in an organised way L2 and Contribute questions in discussions L2.   


Overall, how well do you think your talking partner has done?


Comment: I think you did fantastic! 



Reading

WALT: analyse the story 

 


Thursday, 4 June 2015

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

My sister and I


Seed 8

It is 17cm so it has grown a lot 
How has it grown: by lots of water 
When has it grown: sicne Thursday the 27 of April 


Writing

WALT: make a sample of aloud have goldilocks gone in the 3 bears house 
Draft