Charlotte's Tweets

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Trick chocolate competition

Nic tricked us to believing we would win chocolate and he did a lot of distractions he played the bongo did a cartwheel played minion music he jumped on the table and he made us do this slip to win the pretend chocolate and he called Susan to come to distract us too but I learnt a valuable lesson never get exited when Nic says where doing a chocolate competition lots of people got distracted a lot I can tell you that πŸ˜†πŸ˜ŸπŸ˜ΊπŸ˜ΈπŸ™€πŸ‘ no chocolate πŸ‘Ž  and Nic has recorded us getting distracted LOLπŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒ

The learning pit

This is the learning pit the last time I was Challanging my self was when I moved to the school I had to learn how they did things and why so 2 years ago I moved to the school and I already knew things from the school I went to the past year so I have now learnt about going to the Marae and maths and how life works and reading I have been in the learning pit a lot I have been challanged it has been fun

Division maths

I did 
some division with Kate she wrote the problems for me I wrote problems for her 


I did some maths by my self too here's what I did

Thursday, 5 March 2015

WALT: backstroke effectively Backstroke: voice over or written points of: “Here are some tips in how to swim backstroke: 1. pointed toes, straight knees, kicking from your bottom, fingers together, bring your arm up straight and past your ear, pinky finger in first. Head relaxed in an upward position." How am I going? What am I doing well? making my arms go up like a rainbow in the air I can... What do I need to work on? not stopping and staying above water I need to work on...
“Characters” Purpose: To describe an interesting character so we can tell a story about them at the Marae stay. WALT: Entertain (character description) Task: Think of a character you could write about. Draw them. Introduce your character in an entertaining way. Describe their looks. Describe their personality. I think/feel statement (Conclusion / Summary) Criteria: I can Self Assessment Descriptive vocabulary (words that help to SHOW the reader) use a range of verbs Language features (phrases that help paint a picture) select one or two similes use onomatopoeia to show sounds select words that start with the same sound (alliteration) My writing is 2-3 paragraphs (100 - 200 words) Learning Partner Comment Feedback: I love the way you Feedforward: Next time Name: Overall, how well do you think your learning partner has done?

My buddy test

This is my spelling and buddy test and learning test these are the words that I got wrong

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Writing

 “Characters”

Purpose: To describe an interesting character so we can tell a story about them at the Marae stay.

WALT: Entertain (character description)

Task:

Think of a character you could write about.

Draw them.  

Introduce your character in an entertaining way.

Describe their looks.  

Describe their personality.  

I think/feel statement (Conclusion / Summary)


Criteria: I can

Self Assessment


Descriptive vocabulary (words that help to SHOW the reader)

  • use a range of verbs

Language features (phrases that help paint a picture)

  • select one or two similes

  • use onomatopoeia to show sounds

  • select words that start with the same sound (alliteration)

My writing is 2-3 paragraphs (100 - 200 words)


Learning Partner Comment

Feedback: I love the way how you say I am telling you in an entained 

Way 


Feedforward: Next time you could put some sound effects in it 

Name: Kate 

Overall, how well do you think your learning partner has done?

9 out of 10 because you could put some sound effects in there . πŸ˜„










Writing
 Your dad is strong so I'm telling you now don't kick him. Other wise you end up in a big battle  and what will happen to you... He kicks you but nothing happens but he has you in his eyes
you look in them  but you look kinda sad now but he's thinking of the sadness of you crying .so now you're be thinking how Nice he is so you go an and describe him your story. 

Test knowledge