Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Reading ( One City, Two Earth quakes )

Evaluating: Act out the most dramatic part of the story.

Plan














There's an Earthquake by Harrison and Sam. (Published Version)



Applying: Construct a simple model from the story.
Plan:
Real Version:



Creating: Create an invention for the story to do a specific task.
Plan:
Real Version:

Analysing: Make an advertisement promoting a product from the story.
Plan:

Earth Glue ad.

Understanding: Retell the story in your own words.


One city two earth quakes. 

In Christchurch at 4:35am, on the fourth of September 2010, there was an earthquake. The magnitude was 7.1. Five months later, on the 22nd of February 2011 at 12:51pm an aftershock hit the city. It had a magnitude of 6.3. The February earthquake was way more serious because a hundred and eighty two people lost their lives.

People thought that about 22 people were buried under the rubble of the Christchurch Cathedral. Fortunately, it was later found that no one had been killed or injured in the church.

The second earthquake was so much worse because in the first earthquake only a few people got injured and no deaths were directly caused. This was because it happened in the early morning and most of the people were still in bed. Many buildings were suffered more damaged in February because they were all ready weakened by the first quake. Retolled by Harrison

Remembering: illustrate the main idea of the story.

Blooms Assessment:





Limebrick Poem




















W.A.L.T: make a limebrick poem

Success Criteria:
It's a nonsense poem - it still needs to make sense - but it can be silly (Luke)
Your meant to rhyme with it and it's silly - Jamie
It's like a funny poem - Phoenix
The rhyming words need to be real words - Logan
That it is a non - realistic poem - Arisha
The rhyming has to be in a pattern - 2 lines rhyme then the next 2 have to rhyme and the last one Rhymes with the first 2 - Qwade
Aabba - Milania
There are five sentences - Quentin

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Maths


Capacity is how much an object can hold.  I thought that the blue bowl would hold more than the bottle but I was wrong.