Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Reading Reflection

A few weeks ago in the green reading group,  we read a book called The Bullet. We were learning to use a range of strategies to answer comprehension questions. We had to look at the pictures and make a prediction. Before we started to read it, we had to skim and scan for words we don’t know.  Here is my presentation. Enjoy!

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

My Informational Report

3 weeks ago in Te Ngahere, we were learning to write an informational report about our chosen country that was not ours. I choose the United States of America. We had to choose 3-4 sub topics about something in the U.S like a native animal or their traditions and rituals. Just to make it easier to find exactly what you want to know about Americans, I have used a table of contents. That’s my writing link down below.


Tuesday, August 22, 2017

What's The Difference Between A Proper Noun And A Common Noun

Last week in Te Ngahere, we were learning to know common and proper nouns. We had to make a google drawing to show our audience the difference between a proper noun and a common noun. The difference is that a common noun is not really telling the audience precisely where you went when the proper noun tells you where exactly where you went. That’s mine down below. They are my examples of using proper nouns and common nouns.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

My Maori Quiz :)

2 weeks ago, Te Ngahere made Te Reo Maori Quizzes.We were learning to ask and answer questions about classroom items.  We had to go on a presentation and choose at least three items for our quiz. If you have already played mine, you could see that the items that I choose were a pen, scissors, stapler and a book. When you choose correctly, we had to link it to a slide that said Ae! Kapae! (Yes Good) but if you got it wrong, you would get sent to a slide that would say Kahore. Kia kaha! (No. Be strong, keep going). I hope you will enjoy my Maori Quiz down below and don’t give up!

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Reading Goals

Last week in Te Ngahere, we had to identify our next reading goals by going onto the goals sheet and mark which ones we have learnt and need to learn. My group is green and we had to be buddy with aqua so it wouldn’t take too long for the teachers to identify which ones we needed to learn. We could only have 3 goals so we had to pick carefully. They were highlighted on our learning goal sheet. These are my learning goals.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Writing Goals

Last Week in Te Ngahere, we were learning to identify our new learning goals in writing. We had to present our writing goals on a google drawing and all the goals that we didn’t accomplish from last term. One of the mistakes I had was I kept forgetting to put my name on my work to know if it’s mine or not. That’s is mine down below.

Maths Goals

Last week in Te Ngahere, we had to choose 3 maths goals from our IKAN sheets that we had marked to learn or visited and copy and paste them onto our maths google drawing. But that’s not all, we had to look on our sheet and write down the stage and example. We were learning to identify what we achieved in maths and our next steps in learning. After we finished writing down our maths learning goals and and written down the examples, the teachers would check them, print them and then hang them up on the wall so we will never lose them.