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Friday, November 17, 2017

Narrative

This is mine and my classmates narrative planning we have done in ruffly 4 days. We have learnt about what a narrative is.The planning was really easy and i cant wait to see how my story comes together.

Friday, October 20, 2017



This is one of our assembly items,its our carpool karaoke we all did at least one song or some others got to do two i really enjoyed doing this,even our teacher joined in too. We also got to dress up!and did some crazy dances and lip syncs enjoy!

weekly plenary



Every week we have a weekly plenary to fill out,so we can reflect to our week and we can explain to our teachers,if we got what she was teaching us and if we didn't personally i think that having these are really good cause you can tell her if you need her to help you more etc,and filling these out can help you set your goals for the next week.

Friday, August 4, 2017

Te reo


This week we were learning about Maori verbs it took me about 10 minutes to make,it was really easy because i already knew most words,its really interesting finding out more words that i didn't know about.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Flow chart

This is our flow chart,we made we worked really hard to get this done we had two days to get this done.we had to gather information and we had to get photos to put in the flow chart of the chickens life cycle.We worked in a group of 5 and we all had one part each to get done. i found this really easy whats your favourite animal?

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Tuna

Tuna
Opening statement:
There are two main types of eels the long-fin and short-fin eel but sadly there are not many of them left because of the lost of the wetlands and historic commercial fishing Tuna is the Maori name for eel.
Habitat:
Eels are the bottom dwellers. They hide in burrows,tubes,snags masses of plants, other types of shelters they are found in a variety of habitats including streams,rivers and muddy or silt-bottom lakes during their freshwater stage, As well as oceanic waters, coastal bays and estuaries
Diet:
Eels are mainly carnivores and feed off smaller fish and invertebrates. Typically, small fish are their first choice of food but they will resort to feeding on invertebrates if they are particularly hungry. Their diets change through the course of their life as they grow larger and feed on larger prey.
Lifestyle:
In autumn, adult eels leave fresh water and swim from New Zealand to tropical seas somewhere in the South Pacific. The females release their eggs, the males fertilize them, and the adults die after spawning. The eggs hatch into larvae that float to the surface and drift back towards New Zealand. They may take about 17 months to arrive
General statement:
Electric eels are one of the 500 types of fish that are capable of producing electricity. They live in shallow, muddy areas of Amazon and Orinoco rivers in South America. They are not endangered.They live in shallow, muddy water and come to the surface every 10 minutes because they breathe atmospheric air. Electric eels have three sets of internal organs that produce electricity. The organs are made up of special cells called "electrolytes."