In inquiry in the last few weeks we have been working hard on a big project about migration. We have been researching facts about lots of different areas of migration, I did my research on refugees and asylum seekers. For my investigation I made a Venn-Diagram, Historical narrative and a piece of art. It was a pretty difficult task but I did it and I feel very grateful that I finished!
The most important thing that I learnt is that we should take more care of the refugees and not put them in a detention center when they come here. I most enjoyed making my painting because I was learning about refugees while doing something I loved. It was hard when my painting ripped and I had to do it again but I still finished.
I have put all my work onto these slide below:
What do you think of my project, comment below.
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In art we have been learning to make clay bowls. It was a really good experience for everyone. The person that taught us how to make the clay bowls was a very intelligent lady called Ch`ristina. Some people where unlucky and theirs broke.
It was a lot of fun doing the clay bowls and I wish we could do it again. I hope you like my bowls.
This is a picture of my bowls:
Have you made a clay bowl before?
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In the past 2 weeks we have been working on the book “FOX” by Margret Wild and Ron Brooks. Some of the things we investigated about the book was: Character traits, main themes, poems and a lot more.
Take a look at my slides and tell me what you think:
Have you read fox before?
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In the recent weeks we have been making and writing poems. Today I am going to show you how to write my favorite type of poetry a cinquain.
In a limerick you have 5 rows in steps I will teach you how to make a cinquain in 5 steps.
- Write your word
- Write two adjectives for your word
- Write 3 verbs for your your word
- Write 4 word in a phrase or 4 felling words
- Another word for for your word
This is my Usain Bolt cinquain:
It is a fun poem to do
Have you done a cinquain before?
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