Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Maths - Equal addition

These are the work sheets I have completed with week - If you want to take a closer look, you can see them clearly in my maths book.

Writing


WALT to make a haiku poem about Matariki 
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


Maori art


This week Rosie set us a task to make a pattern to put on a kite to fly for Matariki. This is my pattern it represents that everyone is different.

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Reading

WALT to make an invention to help a person in the story.






Draft Writing


WALT write a persuasive argument - Purpose - To change someone's point of view.
  • we can state our point of view clearly in the introduction and the conclusion
  • we can back each argument with relevant evidence and detail
  • our argument is mainly in the present Tense
  • we use connectives which link our ideas within the argument: because, consequently, so, therefore
  • we can structure the argument using firstly, secondly, finally and making sure each point has it's own paragraph
  • we can use persuasive devices such as Statistics: ‘More than 50%.....’
If you want to read my draft writing, it is in my writing book.

Maori

WAL Te reo Māori. We have been writing sentences in Te Reo Māori.

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Plan

WALT make a invention to help the person in the story 

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Reading

WALT to compare and contrast two characters from the story. 




Last plant post

The taller plant  has grown faster than the other plant because I put  more water in the glass and it has more room for the roots to grow strong and tall. It is approximately 40


Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Thursday the 4th of June

Why 
It is growing because it's in the sun light 
How 
It is going great 
 What 
It has grow a lot it is now 33cm and 330mm



Plan

WALT to persuade the reader to your point of the argument 

  • we can state our point of view clearly in the introduction and the conclusion
  • we can back each argument with relevant evidence and detail
  • our argument is mainly in the present Tense
  • we use connectives which link our ideas within the argument: because, consequently, so, therefore
  • we can structure the argument using firstly, secondly, finally
  • we can use persuasive devices such as

Statistics: ‘More than 50%.....’

Emotive language; strong adjective

Of course…………

I would like to tell you about…

decidedly......

undoubtedly .......

above all .....
specifically  ......

more importantly ......

I have heard a rumour that...

This needs to be dealt with....