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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

My Learning Graph.

Here is my progress graph for this year. It shows my results for reading, writing, maths and spelling and how I improved over the year. I think I am doing great at reading.
 I  need to work harder at maths.
Learning Journey 2017


Reading
At age level
Term      1      2     3      4

Spelling -
Grade Spelling
Term   1      2      3     4  

Maths
Stage 6 by end of Year 5
End Stage 6 by end of Year 6
14.5-15+











Stage 7




14-15yrs









Stage 6
E6
E6
E6
E6
13.5-14




5




Stage 5




13-14 yrs




4


4.2
4.4
Stage 4




12.5-13




Essential List
Term 1   2    3    4
Stage 2-3




12-13yrs




8

8.4


Term
1
2
3
4
11.5-12.5




7
7.1



Writing - Expected Levels
Year 5 - 3B by the end of Year 5
Year 6 - 3A by the end of Year 6
11-12yrs




6




10.5-11.5




5




Term
1
2
3
4
10-11yrs




4




Level
2a
2A
3b
3b
9.5-10.5




3





9-10yrs




2




Basic facts
T1
T2
T3
T4
8.5-9.5yrs




1





5
5

6
6

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

End of term 4 recount Test

This is a screenshot of my results in our end of Term 4 recount writing test.
My teachers have worked out my average score for writing and I am at 3b.
This is at the National Standard for my year level.
I am doing great at structure and sentences.

I  need to work harder at ideas and vocabulary next year.



My Margret Peters Spelling Progress

Here is my progress over the year in spelling.  At the beginning of the year I scored 38 in the M.Peters spelling test. This gave me a spelling age of  11 years . In term four of this year I scored 39 in the M.Peters spelling test. This gave me a spelling age of  11.6 years .  I went up 1 word . I am still practicing  and I need to do more practice to be better in spelling.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Blood and Guts

Kia Ora everyone,
On Wednesday, we did an observation with organs. The week prior to this, we had been to the Life Education truck and learnt about what keeping us alive. Our teachers decided to get us to dissect some real organs that keep us alive. Some of us were not very interested in the raw heart or kidney because they were so revolting! We had to draw a sketch of what it looked like and try and guess what body part it was. Ours was a Heart! Then, the teachers cooked it and some of us ate it. Today, we wrote about our experience. I decided to do an acrostic poem, here is my writing..




Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Popcorn

                                                                        Kia ora 
This week we did an experiment with popcorn. When we put it in the microwave the popcorn was  making popping noise.

Skittles Rainbow

Kia ora 
This week we did an experiment with Skittles. When we put warm water on them the colours flowed out into the water like a rainbow.