“A pun is language feature that aims to make situation humours” We had to read puns and say 2-3 meanings to them. Do you know some good puns? Do you know meaning to a bunch a puns? Do you get these?
These slides are about Myths and Legends, I Read or listened to the texts and had to answer questions revolving the Myth Story. For the 1st Create task we got options what random myth we wanna make up so I did why Snakes have no legs. For the 2nd Create task I Summarised The myth of Daedalus and Icarus. Do you believe Myths and Legends? Have you heard a Myth from your family? Have you written a Myth?
Once again we’re doing Sense Making We are given stories/articles to read and then we have to summarise them. Do you like My Answers? Do you know how to Summarise? Do you know how read?
Since our team has a Reading test next Monday (November 7th) Our teacher Mrs.Stone prepared us a slide relating to the test. Do you like reading? Do you Know Sense Making?
Our new interesting topic is about music we quickly made a small opinions on each slide with a different song, On the end slide we got to choose if we wanted to talk about the great artists we listen too or why music is important. Do you listen to music? Who’s your favorite Artists? Do you want music as a career?
For Literacy our classroom is focusing on targeted audience who were writing for or what audience would read such text and In this slide we summarised a text about hunger games, the questions were “What happens in the extract?” “Who do you think should read the text?”. Have you seen Hunger Games? Is this accurate? Do you like Hunger Games?
Our team has started working on speech’s as well as the power or tone of these type of speeches, first we went off to read Lou Gehrig’s speech then Nelson Mandela’s speech. Gehrig’s speech is about his last words to the people who were inspired by his skills or who helped him build his way up since he had a health condition making him unable to play sports. Nelson’s Speech is about equality between races how one shouldn’t be more dominant than the rest and how dedicated he was for a better change even if it ended up in him not living.
This was a quick task from Literacy Class, What we had to do was make our own versions of “This Is Just To Say” by William Carlos Williams in 1883-1963, We tell a story from when we were little and change it to look like Williams. Do you have interesting Baby/Toddler Stories?
For Literacy today we have learned a new thing that is put into poetry’s, it is Alliteration which is when words that start with the same letter repeat which could make it rhyme (Examples are on the 3rd&4th slide). Do you understand Alliteration? Do you use Alliteration? Do you like Alliteration?
Today in our Literacy classroom we learnt about Hyperbole’s, Hyperbole’s are exaggeration sentences and what you put in Poets like a Stanza which is Poetic lines or paragraphs. Do you know how to write poets? Do you know your hyperbole’s?