Monday, 20 November 2017

How playing bullrush affects my hauora

today i was typing all about my how playing bullrush affects my hauora and he are some facts of bullrush make me feel and why it good for my body.

compass video link

HERE A LINK:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bJI2-kdYyvW-Crr6BoN0s54X4ZL7v6Vq/view

hi today me and merielle were doing a video about when we made a map what we did was use north,south,west and east and we had to hide a token somewhere and your buddy has to find it when they find it your other buddy urn to find the token.

How playing running affects my hauora

i type down my sport that affect my hauora and it was running and he are some fact why running is a good thing to me and a bad thing for me

ideas for-games and sports

i type down some ideas for some games and sports for my hauora.

Sunday, 19 November 2017

WALT:summarise a text

today i was on my presentation i was thinking of what to write and i had a idea it was the rugby game who fiji won it was a good win out of 28-22 it was amazing well i didn't watch it.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

WALT: make didgeridoo

this is a video of me telling how i made a didgeridoo if you want to learn how to make it just look at my video and it will tell a bit to make it

WALT Using different types of sentences for effect Read


WALT Using different types of sentences for effect

Read:

A tsunami is a large wave on the ocean, usually caused by an undersea earthquake, a volcanic eruption or coastal landslide. A tsunami can travel hundreds of  miles over the open sea and cause extensive damage when it encounters land.

Think about the different sentence lengths:
The water is only metres away now. I stand frozen on the beach, praying that the ocean will merely tickle my toes with its cooling surf. But it does not. A huge, roaring sea tiger devours me in one ravenous bite, lifts me off my feet and tosses me like a rag doll towards the hotel. I can’t see. I can’t breathe. This is it. I am going to die…
See how the last few sentences are all short, but one after the other. It creates tension and puts the pictures in your mind that the character really is gasping for breathe.
‘But it does not’ - this sentence is blunt, opposing the sentence before it.

Add in punctuation (make sure you use different sentence lengths):
Round and round and round. I like an old pair of socks in a giant washing machine. I am thrown against chairs and tables and plant pots and parasols.Thwack! A heavy cocktail glass falls from the bar and strikes on my head. Blood fills my eye. I cannot see. Frantically  I thrash my arms and legs, trying to reach the palm tree. I can't just make out of my left my fingertips. Brush against the tree trunk and I struggle to grab hold of it. I am caught up in the spin cycle again round and round and round. I go scraping against walls and steps and sun beds and broken bottles. I cannot possibly survive this.


Boom!.I walked out of the room door as my heart was pounding.I look around the house putting my feet against the floor as my feet was moving left.Right.Left.Right.I stomp down the stairs roaming around the kitchen.I power walked in fear.As soon i trip i bumped my eye on the floor, heard some foot steps heading over to me no i can't see.Am scared.HELP! HELP!.