Tuesday, 26 August 2014

longest and most boring car ride.

Photos of my Original Writing
WALT: write to inform

Success Criteria
  • Create a clear image in the readers mind
  • Have a clear message (big idea)
  • Powerful words (precise, clear)

  • Reread writing and check for impact
My thinking questions

I choose this piece to publish because it was my favorite.
I need to practise my spelling and punctuation marks.
I am pleased about the vocabulary



                                          longest most boring car ride ever!


​“Hooray” we are going to taūpo for some of the winter but i will be back before my birthday.on the way to the campsite my brother got car sick and spewed, but luckily the window was open and he spewed out the the window. but he got a little bit of spew on himself.(he said “it felt warm”.)but before this incident the the spew went straight out on the road and a car on the opposite side went right thro​ugh it SPLATTER!!!the car and beeped his horn really loudly.on the way threw the country my mum had the car window open and this massive truck came past and splashed water from An enormous puddle through the window and my mum got all wet and had to wear her blue and green tog’s. then we got to taūpo, my mum didn't see the speed bump and we went over it going 50 k’s per hour. our head almost hit the roof. when we got there it was all almost night time and i saw a dead tree that looked like an un dead hand stretching over to garb us I almost screamed when I saw it out of the conner of my eye. finally we got to our destination. it took half an hour to un pack. I thought "this better be a good holiday".

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Goal fish


















WALT: set SMART goals
Task: set a learning goal, a behaviour goal and an at home goal. Create a goal fish to display you goals.

Success Criteria
I can read my goals
My goals are specific
My goals are measurable
My goals are important to me

Reflection Questions


I think
My learning partner thinks
I can read my 
goals
I can read my goals because I used a font that I could read.
I cant really read them.
My goals are specific
my goals are specific because I made sure they were relevant.
your goals make sense and they are specific 
My goals are measurable
my goals are measurable because my learning partner checked.
your goals are really measurable.
My goals are important to me
my goals are important to me because they are things i ned to do and practice.
you goals are important because you need to practise.  

Jayden, you have thought hard about your goals and what you want to achieve. I can see that you are taking responsibility and picking goals that are important to you and you need to keep working hard to achieve them. You have reflected on your goals to make sure they are right for you! Great learning Jayden.
Kerri

Thursday, 7 August 2014

Commonwealth

                                                                         

Task: use the ‘get it, sort it, use it’ model of inquiry to find out about the commonwealth games and share what we have learned.

WALT: use our prior knowledge to help us understand what we read.  (Get it)
WALT: Summarise what we read to help us understand what we read.   (Get it and Sort it)
WALT: use what we have learned from our reading. (Use it)

Success Criteria
ü 10 questions
ü Only one correct answer per question
ü Clear questions (not ambiguous)
ü Image matches the question

Reflection Questions

I followed the Get it, Sort it, Use it inquiry process by: getting the information sorting it into groups and using it.

My next step when I use the Get it, Sort it, Use it inquiry process is: to get more and use more.

The fun part of the Get it, Sort it, Use it inquiry process was: using it.
You have thought about your learning and used your reading strategies to help as you read to make meaning and grow your understanding and knowledge. You and your group worked to create a kahoot and we had fun using them in class to check our understanding about the Commonwealth Games.

Remember when reflecting and thinking about your learning to add more details and go a little deeper, adding a 'because' to your ideas might help. Reflecting about your learning helps you to grow as a learner, to think about what was tricky and to set goals.
Kerri