Thursday, April 13, 2017

These are my goal's that i am working on

Manaaki-tia’s Learning Journey

Where I am now
What I want to get to
My goals to get me there
Maths Stage 4

IKAN score 1

Basic facts
Maths Stage

IKAN score 6

Basic facts
Learn 10, 5,  3 and 4 x tables

Know the number one, ten, hundred more/less up to 1000

Skip count to solve division

Learn addition and subtraction facts to 10

Learning strategies:
Doubles + or -
Tidy numbers
Place value

Order fractions like ¼ 2/4 ¾ 4/4
Reading age
8.5 - 9.5
decoding 95%
comprehension 70%
9 - 10
decoding 96%
comprehension 80%
Independently use a variety of reading strategies when I am stuck (chunking, skipping, sounding out, looking for parts I know.

Practice reading and spelling  blends

Read books for enjoyment at home

Learn what inferring is and how to answer inferring questions.

Ask and answers while I  read.
Spelling age

Writing level

Spelling age

Writing level

Learn about the purpose and structure of persuasive writing

Practice my spelling words  Look, Say,Cover, Write,Check

Plan my writing and plan the detail for my ideas

Check that my sentences make sense and end with a full stop and begin with a capital letter.

Learn to touch type
Add what I see, think and feel
I do not yet know how to start karakia or know my pepeha
Know my pepeha
I will get family to help me learn my pepeha.
I will start karakia with the help of my friends
Physical Education
I participate in physical education and listen carefully to instructions
Physical Education
I will work towards knowing the rules of ki-o-rahi and improve my ball handling skills for games such as touch and rippa
By learning new passing drills and warm up routines

By continuing to participate and focus on the game.

come see my pepeha!

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

I love the beach!

WALT use language features of persuasive writing
To be successful I will:
rhetorical questions to make my writing interesting
Use emotive language (words about feelings/emotions)

I learnt that persuasive writers ask readers questions. They do this to make the reader interested in their work.

                                                       lets have a protected beach in Northland.

I strongly believe that marine reserves are a good idea. Firstly i think marine reserves are great and magnificent No one can fish there or take anything thing away. isn’t that amazing? You are not allowed to grab anything like fish or kaimoana or paua or kina or oru or fish there. because it is a protected beach secondly i think Northland should have more marine last reason marine reserves are only good for swimming you would feel tremendous if you swam in a marine reserve.would you want to swim in a marine reserve?  Or swim in a unprotected beach ? in summary new zealand wants to have more marine reserves it would be delighted.