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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The P & I Show


A couple of weeks ago in Te Ngahere we made digital P&I advertising posters. We learnt that it was the 175th year of the P&I show. We were creating an ad to promote the show. We had to write the date and what time it started. It was on the 11th of November, my birthday. The WALT is to research about the P&I show.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Should Plastic Bags be in Super Markets?

Plan:
Introduction
First -  Ozone layer
Second -  Marine life
Third -  Plastic bags vs paper bags
Conclusion - summarize it all up
18/10/17

Should Plastic Bags be in Super Markets?

I think plastic bags are a very bad choice for the environment. They are very bad for the marine life as well as the ozone layer and don’t forget us as well.
Plastic bags are made from a type of toxic gas. When plastic bags are burnt they release the toxic gas which travels to the ozone layer Which makes the hole bigger.This will let in more ultraviolet rays which will melt the ice bergs.

Sea animals are saying hello to heaven and bye to life because of all the plastic bags that are polluting the environment. We may recognise what plastic bags look like but sea creatures may not. Here’s an example turtles love to eat jellyfish but to them plastic bags look exactly like jellyfish. Imagine you’re a sea creature and you have a piece of plastic stuck in you throat. Not nice at all.

Plastic bags are bad but what about paper bags. Paper bags are just as bad as plastic bags because we are cutting down loads of trees and trees produce oxygen so that we can breath. The less trees we have the less oxygen we have. Then we could all die from the lack of air.

I hope you see why plastic bags are very bad for the environment. This is why we should not use plastic bags in the supermarket. I hope you enjoyed my piece of writing.
Last week in Te Ngahere we wrote persuasive pieces of writing. We were learning to write a persuasive piece of writing. I think I wrote a good persuasive but I think I might have to work on making it a little longer. I hope you enjoy reading my writing.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

My Visual Mihi


During the week Te Ngahere made a visual mihi. We made visual mihi so we can remember what to say for our mihi. We have to practise what to say and our visual mihi helps us. I chose these images because they all relate to what the mihi means. It helps me understand it because the picture is what the word is on the piece of paper.

Friday, October 27, 2017

My Writing Goals

 


Last week in Te Ngahere, We made our writing goals. I want to learn to write my ideas original and to use ellipses in my writing. I selected my goals on the writing rubrics. I chose these goals so that I can achieve them and get to a higher stage.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

My Maths Goals



Last week in Te Ngahere we made our maths goals google drawing. We had to pick three goals that we wanted to learn. My goals are standard written forms for multiplication and division, Negative integers and Proportional adjustment. I selected them on the ICAN sheet stage 7. I chose these goals because I don’t know what they mean.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

William Pike


Last week on Friday all of Te Ngahere watched a webinar about William Pike.
 We were learning about William Pike and how it relates to The REP.
We had to make a google drawing about William Pike and answer all the questions
Mrs Pou gave us.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

A Shattering Breakthrough


Last week the green reading group read A Shattering Breakthrough. First we read the story and then we answered the questions. We were learning to answer inference questions. I could improve on making it more colourful. Here is my presentation A Shattering Breakthrough.