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Friday, 17 November 2017

2017 Film Festival

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Introduction: Hook, the 4 W’s
Paragraph 1: What is the Manaiakalani Film Festival?
Paragraph 2: Where did we go and what did we do?
Paragraph 3: What was your favourite movie and why?
Conclusion: What did you think about the whole experience? Any final thoughts?

Start writing here…. On wednesday half of Pt England School went to Sylvia Park and the other half stayed back at school well the other half was gone Miss parrant let us play cool math games and friv.

And then it was hour turn to go. First we got on the bus and it took us 15 minutes to get their because of traffic so by the time we got there we saw another school across the room sitting down.

It was finally time to play all the movies 1 hour latter. It was finally over after that I felt very tired but out of all the movie that I think was slo-mo.     



Wednesday, 15 November 2017

2017 Athletics Day

Introduction: Hook, the 4 W’s
Paragraph 1: What is Athletics Day? Which house were you in?
Paragraph 2: What types of sports and events were there?
Paragraph 3: What was your favourite event or part of the day?
Conclusion: Reflect: Do you think you did well? Did your friends do well? What did you think about the whole day?

Start writing here….On friday Pt England school had Athletics there were 4 house colours there was Yellow Blue Green And red I was in the Yellow Team the best Team.

Athletics Day is a day when kids play a whole bunch of game’s. The game’s that we all Play was High Jump, Sprints, Relays, Volley Ball, Target Ball, Dodge Ball, Tug-o-war, Javelin, Soft Ball Throw, Discus, Shot put.

And out of all the those game’s my favorite game was Dodge Ball because know one couldn't even get me out but there was only one person who can and his name is Terry. He only got me out because I tripped on one of the ball’s.

And out of the other game’s I pretty much was a little good at them but the eades game for me was Shot putt that was the hardest game. out of all the other game’s but I think my friend Ash did Amazing at Shot putt and Soft Ball Throw and kurtas and leitte did Amazing to
Kurtas came second and leitte came first but I think kurtas did really good.        

Labels: Athletics Day, 2017, Writing, Sports

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Reading Comp Practice 2


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    he dogsled race was about to begin. Julie’s team of dogs was lined up at the starting gate. Julie stood behind them. The air was so cold that she could see her breath. Other teams were lined up, too, and the dogs were excited. Julie kept her eyes on the clock. At exactly ten o’clock, she and the other racers yelled, "Mush!" The dogs knew that meant "Go!" They leapt forward and the race began!

Julie had trained months for this race, and she hoped she and her dogs would win. Hour after hour, day after day, Julie’s dogs pulled the sled in order to get in shape for the race.

Now, they ran over snowy hills and down into frozen valleys. They stopped only to rest and eat. They wanted to stay ahead of the other teams. The racers had to go a thousand miles across Alaska. Alaska is one of the coldest places on Earth. The dogs’ thick fur coats helped keep them warm in the cold wind and weather. In many places along the route, the snow was deep. Pieces of ice were as sharp as a knife. The ice could cut the dog's feet. To keep that from happening, Julie had put special booties on their feet.

At first, the dogs seemed to pull the sled very slowly. They were still getting used to the race. But on the third day out, they began to pull more quickly. They worked as a team and passed many of the other racers. Once, one of the sled’s runners slid into a hole and broke. Julie could have given up then, but she didn't. She fixed it and they kept going.

When they finally reached the finish line, they found out that they had come in first place! It was a great day for Julie and her dogs.

The author of "Julie’s Race" wrote the story in order to

describe how dogs stay warm in cold weather.
tell about a dogsled race.
explain how cold it can be in winter.
entertain the reader with funny stories about dogs.
Where does the dogsled race take place?
in Antarctica
on a track
in Alaska
in a field

What happened BEFORE the dogs began running?

The author of "Julie’s Race" wrote the story in order to

describe how dogs stay warm in cold weather.
tell about a dogsled race.
explain how cold it can be in winter.
entertain the reader with funny stories about dogs.
Where does the dogsled race take place?
in Antarctica
on a track
in Alaska
in a field

What happened BEFORE the dogs began running?
The dogs pulled the sled slowly.
Julie and the dogs lined up at the starting gate.
The runner on Julie’s sled broke.
The dogs pulled the sled over hills and into valleys.





Read this sentence from the story.
‘Julie’s team of dogs was lined up at the starting gate’.
What does team mean?
friends and family
to join together
many dogs

a group working together

Why did Julie and her dogs win the race?


Use the story to explain your answer.

     They worked as a team and passed many of the other racers

Why don’t the dogs freeze in the cold weather?

Julie puts special booties on their feet.

They sleep by the fire at night.

Their thick fur coats keep them warm.

It doesn’t get very cold in Alaska.

Read this sentence from the story.

The dogs’ thick fur coats helped keep them warm in the cold wind and weather.
What does thick mean?

thin

hard

fat

skinny

What kind of person is Julie?

Use the story to help explain your answer.

          A very nice person




Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Reading Comp Practice


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nce there was a young Inca boy. He had no family except for an old llama. Each day the boy and his llama walked many miles, looking for a home. Each night they curled up together and slept. But one starry evening, the old llama died. The boy buried his friend next to an icy stream. Then he sat under a tree and cried. What would he do? He had no family and no home.

The boy cried for a very long time. But there was no one to comfort him. There were only the stars in the sky.

Suddenly, the sky filled with bright light. The boy held his breath. He was afraid to move. One bright star fell to the ground. Slowly, the star took the shape of the old llama. She bent her head and drank from the stream. She looked at the boy and smiled. As she jumped back into the sky, bits of llama wool fell.

As the Sun began to rise, the boy picked up the soft, warm wool. It glowed in his hands like starlight. He carried the wool to the city and sold it. With the money, he bought a house. He bought two young llamas. He never forgot the star llama. And he was never lonely again.File:Llama lying down.jpg - Wikimedia CommonsTest Questions:


Why does the boy cry when the old llama dies?


a).
because he is afraid of the dark
b).
because he is always sad
c).
because the old llama is his only family
d).
because he is lost

What happened BEFORE the old llama died?

a)
The boy bought two new llamas.
b)
The boy and the llama walked many miles looking for a home.
c)
The boy collected the wool and sold it in the city.
d)
The old llama fell to the ground in the shape of a star.


Read this sentence from the story.


One bright star fell to the ground.
What does bright mean?


a). Old
b). Shiny
c). New
d). Clean

What does the boy in the story want?

a).
a cart
b).
a horse
c).
a new wool shirt

d).
a home


What happens at the end of the story?

a).
The boy buys a house and two llamas.
b).
The boy buries the llama next to an icy stream.
c).
The boy and his llama walk for many miles.
d).
The boy cries for a very long time.



Read this sentence from the story.

As the Sun began to rise, the boy picked up the soft, warm wool.
What does rise mean?
a). Grow darker
b). Fall down
c). Come up
d). Take a step








Text and questions sourced from pearsonlongman.com