Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Writing

WALT: write a recount

That means we are writing about an experience that we have had.

Success Criteria:
  • Write what we enjoyed
  • Write about how we felt
  • Add detail about what I did
  • Write about what it looked like

 Ebony says: You have made a good effort at including information about what you did Trey. Keep practising your basic words and you can spend more time sounding out new words.

Friday, 12 April 2013

trey's koru art

                                             


                                         after black dye









W.A.L.T: use symbols (to represent something special to us)
I like  my koru  art
 what we did:
first: we practiced our koru art.
then: we drew our koru on our real piece of paper with pastel.
after that: then we are going to put black dye on it.  before black dye.  This is my family and the little one is me and the big one is  my dad  and the medium-big  one is my mum and the medium  one is my sister another one is my  other sister the other little-medium one is my other, other sister.

Ebony says:  You can be proud of your art Trey. I like how you useds size to show all the people in your family. Well done!

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

daylight savings ends

WALT: clarify unknown words when we read

Success Criteria:
  • stop
  • ask someone for help (like an adult)
I can't say the word...
  • sound it out
  • reread
  • look at the pictures
I can say the word but I don't know what it means...
  • look at a glossary
  • read to the end of the sentence
  • look at the pictures
  • ask someone who might know about the topi
d

Ebony says: You have made some good progress with reading this term Trey. Keep practising at home so you can be confident with the strategies we have been learning. You did this well with some help to read the article. Stopping to ask about new words is a good idea as you move forward with your reading.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Term 1 Values

Ebony says: This is a very thoughtful reflection Trey. I agree with your comments about showing independence. You have made good progress with this already, keep it up next term!

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

My pie graph

WALT: make and read a graph


Success criteria:


  • labels
  • title
  • colour
  • data (information)
  • author



What kind of graph have you made?



What is the most popular group?
The Gold is the most popular.

What is the least popular group?
The blue is the least popular.

Ebony says: You worked well to collect your information and record it on an easy to read graph. It is a good ideas to use the details like the title to be sure what the graph is about.