Wednesday, 20 August 2014

The learning pit

WALA: The Learning Pit

Description: We have been learning about when good learning happens.

Task: Share what you know about the learning pit.

Draw the Learning Pit.
List at least 3 feelings that you might have when you are in the pit.
List at least 3 strategies that you could use to get out of the pit.
Label where good learning happens.
List 3 things you could say to yourself when you are in the pit.

Evaluation:I think the poster was good but I could work on being neater

Reflect on a time when you have been in the pit.
How did you feel when you were in the pit?
What did you do to work out of the pit?



WALT:  Entertain

Description: We read the poem “My Remarkable Journey” which inspired us to write our own remarkable journeys about why our homework wasn’t at school today.

YAY School time VRVRVR Here you go ,said mum have a good day . OH NO MY HOME WORK ,Eli said. Finally the bell Rung WHERE THE HECK IS YOUR HOME WORK ,said mrs ugly  Well that's what I call her ! Ahh my Homework I was Doing it when an eagle,s Claws Grabbed it I Sore it's evil eyes poke out the side  as IT SLOWLY drops my homework into the pond And the eels toke it to FIJI .i went to Fiji and I went on the jet ski with this random AND HE SAID  i don't think there any eels around here so I went home riding my eagle Ya no the one that stole my BLIMIN HOME WORK GEUZZ and then I said just drop me here so he dropped me at school . We'll i should belive that after a great Poem "said mrs ugly POEM THATS NOT A POEM THATS TRUE "said eli FINE FINE I BELIVE YOU.


We decided that a quality piece of writing has the following things. Reflect on whether these things are in your story:
Introduction: It hooks the reader in the first few lines making them want to read more
Punctuation: Is your writing ready for a reader? Does your punctuation make it easy for them to read?
Short sentences: Do you create suspense by using these in your writing?
Onomatopoeia: Are these in your writing to create impact?
Alliteration: Are these in your writing to create impact?
Similes/Metaphors: Are these in your writing to create impact?

Evaluation:I think I could work on making it a bit funner
1. What do you think is the best part of your story?The poem when the eel part happens .

2. What was the hardest part about completing this portfolio sample?Making up the poem

3.  Next time, what is a goal you can work towards?Make it a bit bigger because I think it kinda ended .

Feedback/feedford:very good but You can work on more describing.#Houston

Sunday, 10 August 2014

Tē rēo Maori week

WALT: communicate a message.

Description: We have been participating in 3 different workshops around colour, compositions and fonts.  We put these skills to use in a poster sharing our knowledge about Te Reo Maori.

Evaluation:I think our poster is GOOD but could be better A lot better but our pictures are good butter TV is spelt rong :( but from that I think its good

Buddyfeedbackfeedford:you have a great poster but you could not have Moari languge so big you can't see the ruler word

Composition:I think our poster is pretty balanced But I could be better.  

Font:I think a fonts really stand out i think we did really good.

Colour:I think we have done pretty well with the coulors but we could have a bit less coulor full and more Moari coulors

Accuracy:I think mostly every thing is spelt right but the TV in Moari !

What are you most proud of and why? I'm proud of our fonts ,they are really good.
What challenged you the most and why? When we were running out of time!

Next time, what is a goal you can work towards?Stay on task a little nit better