Friday, 27 May 2016

Tata Description


I will be reading a text to you three different times.  Make sure that you are listening carefully.  Pay special attention to where you believe punctuation (full stops, commas, question marks, quotations) should go.

Reading #1: Just listen.  

Reading #2: Take notes.  Then, with a partner, use your notes to rewrite the text that was read to you.

Reading #3: Take notes again, but this time listen carefully for things you missed in your reconstruct.

Now that you have listened to the text three times, use your notes to reconstruct the text below.   
Team leader America and the amazing Teacher Avenger are fighting a new supervillain. The supervillain is as strong as an ox, and as fast cheetah. He wears a deep purple cape and a sparkly green face mask to hide the hideous scar that cover half of his face. He is a ninja warrior crawling around at night often leaving behind empty KFC  buckets.
Today me and room 6 are doing a Description

Thursday, 26 May 2016


Figurative Language: Similes
Suzie and the Space Nuts Ep. 2

Using what you’ve learnt about similes, finish the statements below about Gort and Freeble.

When you are finished copy and paste your completed sentences to your blog.  Be sure to tell your readers what you have learnt about similes and metaphors.

  1. Gort is as worried as              A mum trying to get of a hook.

  1. Freeble is like a child               That is 5 years old.

  1. Gort is as tired like.                As a mum coming from woke.

  1. Freeble is as hungry as a.         Fat pig.

  1. Freeble is excited like.             Like a girl that is so happy to see her dad.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016


Recount: Immersion Assembly

WALT: Write a recount using an amazing hook and detailed orientation.

Step 1: Brainstorm
Use the graphic organiser below to brainstorm what you remember about the

Step 2: Organise
Use the graphic organiser to help you to organise your thoughts before you
begin writing.

Step 3: Write It!  
Begin writing your rough draft below.  Remember to use:
  1. transition words: 2. past tense: 3. first person:
First, At first, went I
Next, Initially, saw We
Soon, Once we, painted Our
During, Once I, clapped My
After, At last, danced
Later, Finally, drew

Immersion Assembly Term 2

After the holiday on  Monday pt England school had a Imagine imagine. It was amazing and cool.



Wham! the door slams  behind me as I fall into  the house .The whooshing  of the wind  my can be heard through the walls . Clink Clink Clink Hail begins to fall against the windows making my head spin . If only I wasn't home alone . Crash ! “Hello? Is anyone there?” I call into the darkness .When all of a sudden, Mum’s Spotted cat comes tearing across  the  kitchen floor into my arms . Purr .Purr I'm glad someone is home to great me.

Hi if you are reading this then this team we were  learning about Dictogloss .