Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Reitu is...

Yesterday in Te Ngahere, we were writing poems about ourselves.We were not allowed to use because and I am. We had to write five lines that describe ourselves in metaphors. Our WALT was to use metaphors. I think I did well in using metaphors. I enjoyed making my poem. I think I should think of more things that describe myself next time.

This is my first draft.

Friday, March 16, 2018

My visual Pepeha

2 weeks ago in Te Ngahere, we worked on our visual Pepeha. Our learning intention was to ‘Understand the Tikanga behind our Pepeha’. Our visual Pepeha had to be a presentation that showed ourselfs. I enjoyed making mine because I added images, music and backgrounds to it. Next time I would need to add my whanau in it to make it my best work. I hope you enjoy my visual Peheha.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Persuasive Writing

2 weeks ago in Te Ngahere we were writing a persuasive piece of writing. Our WALT was to Use the correct structure for Persuasive writing. I finished my first persuasive writing about ‘Should we use plastic bags in supermarkets’.

Here is my persuasive writing below.

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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Visual Mihi

At the start of this week in Te Ngahere, we were learning to create a visual mihi. The images I chose reminded me of the mihi that is why I chose them. The images describe what is on the mihi. The images have words under the images and the texts say what the images mean. Example: I chose some clouds because they reminded me of the sky.

Here is my visual mihi below.

Friday, October 27, 2017

Writing goals

Last week in Te Ngahere, our learning intention was to identify our next learning goals. We had to choose at least three goals on our writing goal sheet and make a google drawing then write our goals onto it. Here is mine.

Friday, September 29, 2017

William Pike

Last week in Te Ngahere, in our reading we were learning about William Pike and how he relates to a book we read called ‘Rep’. William Pike relates to the book because he was on the poster in the book climbing a mountain who had one leg. William Pike lost his leg in a volcanic eruption in Mt Ruapehu. William Pike is an inspirational talker and he talks on a website called ‘Webinar’ at 9.00am or 9.30am.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Reading tasks

Last week in Te Ngahere, My reading group ‘aqua’ was learning to answer inference questions. We read a book called ‘The shattering breakthrough’.
After we read the book we did a follow up task and we had to answer the questions that were on the sheet.