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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Bio poem

Hi bloggers

Learn: That a bio poem is a poem about yourself.


Friday, February 16, 2018

reading poetry 2

1: That rhyme is a main ‘clue’ that a piece of writing might be poetry.
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2: What rhyme is.



Monday, February 12, 2018

Treaty of Waitangai


Reading Week 2 Term 1 2018
This week’s goals:
Learn: How to recognise, ask and answer literal questions.
Success criteria:
Read texts and be able to think of a literal question based on that text.
Use the key words What, Where, Who and When as sentence starters for your literal questions.
Answer literal questions posed by other people.
Create:   DLOs on which to record answers to questions/activities based on the Treaty of Waitangi. (from several sources).
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In order to show that you have met the learning goals above you need to do 2 things with this sheet.

Step 1. Find your named box and write a literal question that could be answered by someone who has just read your text about the Treaty of Waitangi. Step 1 will be completed while you are with the teacher.
Cerys: When did the British decide to protect the Maori?   The British government decide they need to protect Maori people in 1830s.   
Amethyst ~ Who was Henry Williams?
Moses; How many Maori rangatira signed the waitangi treaty? Over 500 rangatira signed the treaty of waitangi
Honey - Who was William Hobson?
Reagan: Who gave William Hobson advice  about the treaty.         
Annelise: What is the Treaty of Waitangi?
Charlie R Who else wanted to take over NZ? The french wanted to take over New Zealand.
Kyle: When did the British announce supreme power over New zealand?
Traeh: Who was the first chief to sign the Treaty of Waitangi?
2. Once all of you have written a literal question in your own box, you each need to make a copy of this document.  Put your copy into your Reading folder in your Google drive. Using your new document, you need to answer each literal question until every box on your new document includes a literal question and its answer.  You will complete Step 2 independently after you have left the teacher. Tomorrow you will have another session with your teacher and your work will be marked.

Friday, February 9, 2018

poetry vs prose

Learn: The difference between prose and poetry.

Create: A DLO which shows short texts sorted  into two groups; prose or poetry and which includes at least one image.


Monday, January 8, 2018

Learning Journey Day 3

Hello fallow blogger's,

Activity 1: The More, the Merrier?

I would not like to be in a famliy of nine kids it would be anonying.They would take my stuff and we would fight that is why I would not want to be in a famliy with nine kids.


Activity 2: Acknowledging Ancestry

We were asked to do our pepeha so here is mine


Waitangi te awa name of ship te waka XX Morey toku tipuna Crombie Caswell toku iwi Crombie toku hapu Kerikeri toku marae Oromahoe, Aotearoa ahau Helen raua Neal matua Cerys toku ignoa

Bonus Activity: Fun Family Facts

My mum love horese and reading.
My dad love go fishing and divening.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Learning Journey Day 2

Hello follow bloggers

Day 2  Activites - Better late than never!

Activity 1

Two similarities between a wharepuni and my house are:
1) The walls are made of timber
2) The roof is the same shape

Two differences bewteen a wharepuni and my house are:
1) We have a timber floor not an earth floor
2) We have glass in our windows and doors

Activity 2

Me doing my dream job as a Youtube blogger



Bonus activity

My favourite meal is .....












Home made pizza dough made be me and my mum with my choice of toppings -
pepperoni
cheese
ham
spaghetti
bake beans
tomato pizza sauce .