Wednesday, 30 August 2017


WALA - We Are Learning About:
1) The language features used in advertising
2) The different forms media advertising may take

We had to create a poster on a glow and the dark disco theme, and try to use language features and the information about  the event, who can go, what the theme is, where it is, when it starts and why we are doing a disco night.

Here is a photo of my poster that I created:

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Identify what makes this poster a good ad?

WALA: The language features used in advertising. The different forms media advertising may take.

Our task was to write on a piece of paper that Mrs Iloa gave to the whole classroom. We had to list down the things that we can identify in the poster. We also had share our ideas with the classroom on what made our poster a really good ad. What I have learnt is that, there are different ways of how your ad can look, or the way you choose to set it up.
Here is a photo of the out come on our work: 

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Measuring mates & things Wk 3 T3.

WALT: Measure accurately and to find the difference between two numbers.

In pairs we had to create a video that a year 5 or 6 child could use to help them find the difference between 2 numbers. My partner and I had to explain how two find the difference between two numbers, to find the differences between two numbers you have to take the smaller number from the bigger number. For example (58 - 37 = ?) First you have to split the smaller number so it will be easier for you, then you subtract (58 - 7= 51) and next you (51 - 30 = 21) and your answer should be 21. So there you have it I hope you guys learned something.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Add/Sub decimal numbers E7 -Place value partitioning Wk2 T3.

WALT -  Use reversibility to solve addition and subtraction problems                           that include tenths and hundredths.
TASK: This week we have be learning how to add and subtract decimals. Our learning intention is that we are learning to split numbers into hundredths, tenths, ones, and tens to solve addition and subtraction below.