I would like to be SRC because I am organised also on time to events and show leadership.
I am responsible and I will listen to other people’s ideas and try to include there ideas.
I am good with working in a team or by myself. I do not want to do it
I live with my mum, dad and my little brother also have a fish and dog named Milo and he is so fluffy.
I am 11 turning 12 in October my favorite things to do is is play golf, skate board and play with my dog.
on the holidays I went to rye and did glamping for a week and then we went to sorrento for new years eve.
I hope in the future I can travel America.
I am the brother who has a annoying brother.
I am the boy who lies.
I am the Lego builder who builds Lego.
I am the golfer who plays golf.
I am the cook who cooks cack.
I am the cousin who has lots of cousins.
I am the son who has a family.
1. Physical. What does the character look like? A cat. How do the characters physical attributes play a role in the story? Sammie the cat can climb trees, scavenge for food and sleeps in a water pipe. How does the character feel about his or her physical attributes? Happy but he doesn’t like his big ears. How does the character change physically during the story? The cat’s ears became smaller because he got bigger. How do these changes affect the character’s experience?
2. Intellectual. How would you describe this character’s intelligence? He’s a smart cat because he can get food, live in a tree and find a place to sleep all by himself. What does this character know? He knows how to survive. Is this character smart enough to thrive in the world in which he or she lives? Yes because he’s smart and knows how to live on his own. What does the character learn as the story develops? That he can have a family that cares for him.
3. Emotional how does the character feel most of the time? Happy. How do his or her feelings change through the story? He was happy but when he got a family he felt loved. How does this character feel about himself or herself? Sammie the cat feels happy about himself.
4. Social how does this character get along with other characters in the story? The cat gets along well with the human characters. who does the character chose for friends and why does the character chose them? Sammie chose the family that moved in because they cared for him.
5. philosophical what does this character believe about how the way life is? Life is happy, enjoyable and exiting. what are there believes based on?
that he found his for ever home.
1. Who is the main character? What does he or she look like? Can you describe your character’s personality? How did this character get to be this way?
Laurie. He has finished nursery school and is starting Prep grade. He wears blue jeans with a belt and a cap on his head. Angry upset annoyed disappointed lonely. He might be not happy where he is going to school also he might be upset about something.
2. What does your character want more than anything else? Why does your character want it?
To have fun all the time. He thinks school is boring and not fun.
3. Is your character successful? Or does your character’s quest end in failure?
Either way, it can still be a great story. How does your character succeed or fail? What obstacles does your character encounter? What solutions does your character craft to meet the challenges of his or her world?
He wants to please the teacher but he is doing it the wrong way.
4. How does your character change as a result of what happens? What was your character like at the beginning? What is your character like at the end? What has your character learned? What did you learn from reading the story?
At the start he was not well behaved and then at the end he was well behaved most of the time.
5.This makes the story believable…How did the author create the world of the book? What kinds of people, places, things, and ideas did the author include? What successes, disasters, and conflicts does this world have? What are the good things in this world? What are the bad things? How does the setting help the author explore their theme? At the dinner table they were talking about his day. At school he was being naughty.
1. Which ideas and concepts and feelings does this story help you understand? The text talks about how people don`t understand the true meaning of love. She is explaining how and why he is kind and helpful and sharing his things. She walked over to the drinking fountain and she got butterfly in her stomach and thought he was going to give her a kiss but he told her he had cancer and she thought it was a good thing so she jumped up in excitement. She felt angry, confused and upset. The author talks about death and how you will never see them again.
2. What does the author want you to talk about after reading this story? The author wants us to understand the true meaning of the word LOVE. she wants us to think about what it like to lose someone you love.
3.What sort of people might get the most from this story? People how will get most of this story are people have lost someone or have loved someone. Can you think of a few different sorts of people with experiences that would mean this story has an important message for them? This would be an important message for adults grandparents between parents and kids.
4. What’s the events in this that have a figurative meaning? One of the events was she has had three painful years of visiting Joseph in the hospital. Another example is when she said that he fought against his disease. What might it mean? She had three bad years. He really wanted to stay alive.
5. What is a repeating pattern or event in this story? A repeating pattern in this story is the theme of love. What might it be representing about humans and what we do or expect? Its about when you love someone you help them, care for them, hug them, respect them and say I love you.
6. What does the author say about the themes in this story? The author gets frustrated when people like say I love this top or i love this pen. What would they like changed? in stead of them saying i love this top say another like, like or I enjoy.
Ideas she was a little girl and unusual because she ate pot plants and lampshades.
Organised I wanted to read more when she was in the hospital.
Voice how there was exclamation marks and long words.
Word choice the author used tier 3 words and not words that I don`t know.
Sentence fluency there were words that were written in bold and used a lot of exclamation marks for yelling.
Conversation the paragraphs made it easier to read.
My partner and I we worked to expectations and maybe a little bit above expectations. Overall I thought we worked really well and we can work together again.
Diagram-My diagram showed labels of key adaptations and I talked about where the trilling frog lived. I worked to expectations because a diagram was drawn and it used some labels to identify key adaptations.
Model-We tried to make our frog life-like and the diagram showed the trilling frog’s natural habitat. I worked to expectations because I made it as life-like as I could with the colour of the frog.
Experiment-Our experiment showed how the trilling frog’s thick skin helps it keep cool. We used chocolate to test this and one piece was wrapped in fabric and the other one was not. The chocolate wrapped in fabric took 2 hours to melt and the other one took about 40 minutes to 1 hour to melt. We worked to expectations because we planned our experiment.
- That the trilling frog uses its eyes to squash its food into its mouth.
- It had half webbed feet.
- The underside of the frog is white.
- Their thick skins keeps them cool.
- They have strong legs to dig into the ground.
- How does the trilling frog use its eyes to push its food into its mouth?
What did I learn?
- I learnt about the different animals adapted to living in hot places. In class we looked at a camel and how it can live in hot sandy places. Our project looked at the trilling frog and its thick skin and it being able to dig into the ground to keep cool.
How did I learn this?
- We watched videos and researched on the computer.
What am I going to do with what I have learnt?
- If I get a trilling frog in integrated studies for a project I can use what I have learnt and use the information I have learnt for information.
I learnt about the trilling frog and how well it has adapted to its environment.
My goal for next time working in a group is to include myself more in group discussions.
With the first video it was where the English arrived in Australia for the first time.
In the second video it was like how the jails were full in England so they sent them to Africa and America. Then America became independent so there was no where else to put them until they found Australia.