Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Compare and Contrast Map about Flu Pandemic and Ebola outbreak

Compare and Contrast Map about the Ebola outbreak and The Flu Pandemic

For Inquiry the whole class created a shared Compare and Contrast Map. Which then we added our own Statement here is Mine.

Monday, 28 August 2017

Describe Map of Miggery Sow

Describe Map of Miggery Sow.

For Today's Reading task the "Agnes" Group had to create a describe Map of a New character, Miggery Sow, from Movie and Book, 'The Tale Of Despereaux' by Kate DiCamillo. I worked with Ranya to make the Describe Map.


Reflection -  I believe Ranya and I worked well together to Make the Describe Map. We added some quotes and evidence from the story. Next time we could add more facts from the story.

Monday, 14 August 2017

Describe Map about Chiaroscuro

Walt - Create a Describe Map about Chiaroscuro

For our Reading task today the "Agnes" group had to create a describe map about Chiaroscuro from the Movie and Book The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo.

Reflection - I believe that Ranya and I did a good job describing Chiaroscuro. Next time we could add more quotes from him to give the reader a better perspective of him.

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Compare and Contrast Map of Rats and Mice

Walt - Create a Compare and Contrast map about Rats and Mice

After reading the book 'The Tale of Despereaux' 'The Agnes' Group made a Compare and Contrast Map about Rats and Mice. I worked with Sameera to create a Compare and Contrast Map.


Reflection - I believe Sameera and I did a good job Comparing Rats and Mice as we have given lots of Similarities and Differences. Next time we could've had a more broader Overall Statement.

Sunday, 6 August 2017

What if there were no WHO?

WALT - Predict what would happen if there were no World Health Organisations

For Today's Inquiry Task Room 1 went to Room 5 where Miss Montgomery set us a task of Predicting 'What if there were no World Health Organisations.' Amelia and I came up with this.


Reflection - I Believe that Amelia and I did a Good Job because we gave lots of examples and added images to support our Writing.

Once Upon a Time

Once Upon A Time

For Writing Today we had to work with a partner and retell the Story with only a picture from the Movie.


He was hoping to land on the Turtle’s back, The scientist let out a sigh of relief when he landed safely onto the Turtle’s colourful back. The little turtle’s back, which was carved with weird patterns, was smooth. Whilst he glided through the evening sky, he thought about being free and being the first person to sight a  unknown myth. Only thing he dreamt about the reward he would get when he told everyone of his adventures. The old pirate’s mission was complete. Curious about where the turtles will take him, the colony of turtles was now out of sight and disappeared into the abyss……

By Samarah and Lujein

Reflection - I believe Lujein and I worked well together and created a Good piece of Writing.

Once upon a time

WALT - Change the Animal of the story
The Peaceful Creature
For Writing Today we had to change the main Creature of the story which was a turtle into an Animal. I Changed my Animal into a Penguin.

Glancing around I found myself looking at a peculiar shadow emerging from the nosy clouds. I was standing on an Aeroplane flying high in the sky. A creature started approaching me, out of nowhere their smooth skin covered with feathers of black, white and yellow bright colourations were blinding my eyes. Gracefully they made their way past my boat. “Err Err” the elegant creatures made this unique sound as they passed me in their evening suits. Stunned by their magnificent sounds I stood in shock. Adults and Babies passed by, flapping their arms gracefully like they were swimming in the Arctic Ocean. As the penguins cautiously passed by and disappeared into the abyss, something caught the corner of my eye. It was flapping continuously, trying to keep up with the others….

Great Job Samarah, excellent use of adjectives and verbs. You have also used a range of openers, well done! - Miss Richardson