Monday, 19 September 2016

A message from Mum and Dad

Hi Charlotte, what a fabulous 'Home Led Conference'. We have loved sharing your learning with you. What another wonderful term of learning you have had and I know you are enjoying preparing for market day. We are very proud of you and agree that you do strive for excellence in all you do and put in a lot of effort to achieve all the great things you do. Can't wait to see more soon! Love Mum and Dad xxoo 

Thursday, 15 September 2016

Eric Carl Art!

 Eric Carl Inspired as with his amazing POP ART . This is going to be for or calendar art I expected with  the vived  colours and the drunken path pattern this going to turn out amazing as I think. We must tell you all about me art with Suzanne. First we got given 5 peces of paper to do or painted patterns on them, next we had to draw black and white patterns to be our back grounds. Then we cut out circles and play with them to see what we the best. Have a look at my art!

Imagine:

 

Feedforward and feedback:
I think your art is cool I like the detail on your colour 
You could work on your background 
Angus.


Evaluation: I think I did really well and I got it all done in time maybe next time I could have 4 different colours instead of 3.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

ET Reo Portfolio Post

Description: 

In ET Reo we have been learning bout Whakatauki. We have been doing 2 different types of Whakatauki . The one I am going to tell you about is the first one we did. A Whakatauki is a quote. Most of the quotes are important thing to Maori. The quote we did for the first one is... He ahe Te mea nui o Te Ao? He tangata, He tangata ,He tangata,. This is it in English... What is the most important thing in the world? The people ,The people  ,The people,.the thing we put with the quote was a self portrait of our selfs.

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Feedforward and feedback: Nice work Charlotte you did a really good job but next time you could add more colour. Sophie B

Evaluation:  maybe next time I could make it a bit bigger and brighter so it can stand out a bit more.

Monday, 5 September 2016

ET Reo Portfolio Post

Description: 

In ET Reo we have been learning bout Whakatauki. We have been doing 2 different types of Whakatauki . The one I am going to tell you about is the first one we did. A Whakatauki is a quote. Most of the quotes are important thing to Maori. The quote we did for the first one is... He ahe Te mea nui o Te Ao? He tangata, He tangata ,He tangata,. This is it in English... What is the most important thing in the world? The people ,The people  ,The people,.the thing we put with the quote was a self portrait of our selfs.

Imagine:




Feedforward and feedback: Nice work Charlotte you did a really good job but next time you could add more colour. Sophie B

Evaluation:  maybe next time I could make it a bit bigger and brighter so it can stand out a bit more.

Slime Bird Writing

Description:   In writing we have been working on odd made up stories. We did this to get our story. We watched a video on a tennis balls and wail we were watching the video we had to write down down stuff that had nothing to do with tennis. When we finished we picked about 4 words to put in our story this will give as an idea on what and how our story will start. 

Imagine:  

This is my story.

One morning Lucy was eating eggs for breakfast when she saw a bird that eats slime and just then it laid an egg and it popped and slime came out. It put her off her breakfast so she went outside to tell it to go away but she stepped in the slime and turned into a bird. So she followed the bird to the beach and it got caught in plastic and the bird got very sick so it had to be stamped and shipped off to the national vets but no one was there so Lucy fixed the bird and it was able to go. They became best friends. One day Lucy turned back into a human again and decided to keep the bird as a pet. A week later Lucy got up out of bed and looked in the bird cage and was empty the only thing left in the cage was a little bit of green slime. That day at school she went into library and searched up (slime bird) and she got out a book called “The Life Of A Slime Bird” and she took it home. When she got home she found a baby bird in the cage that was empty this morning. Lucy sat down in front of the baby bird and looked through  the book she got from the library at school and she found a page and it said, When a slime bird gets old it will die but leave behind slime and that slime will turn back into a young bird so you can always keep a slime bird. Lucy was so happy. Lucy and the slime bird lived happily ever after !
The End

Evaluation: next time I could add some more describing words.


Feedforward and feedback: I really like your story it is creative and unique, maybe next time you could add some more describing words like what did it feel like? Well done Charlotte!
-Aria