Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Bean observation

28/5/2015
This plant is 18 centimetres tall and it is germanating faster then the one in the glass
This one in the glass is germanting slower then the one in the soil

Plants in Action Assessment
NOS Matrix - Level 2 - Investigating in Science - Carry out science investigations using a variety of approaches: classifying and identifying, pattern seeking, exploring, investigating models, fair testing, making things, or developing systems.
NOS Capabilities:  
- making meaning from observations
- using evidence to support ideas 
- critique evidence

Self Assessment - 
Check through all your Science Learning 
for the term.
Success Criteria: I can

Peer Assessment - 
Please check through all of their Science Learning for the term.
Name: 
Describe some observations L2 
Contribute questions in discussions L2 
Predict possible outcomes L2 
Carry out simple observations and records relevant data L2 
Report on some or all of their investigations in an organised way L2. 
Use models / photo’s to demonstrate my science ideas L2. 

Comment:




Overall, how well do you think your talking partner has done?



Comment:




Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Bean observation

Ko Te rāapa 27 o haratua 
This plant is still germanating faster then the one in the jar and this one is 16 ccenimetres tall
This bean in the jar has just started to sprout because we think we nearly drowned and the sprout is 1 centimetres


Sunday, 24 May 2015

Bean observation

22/5/2015
This plant is 13 centimetre tall and germinating faster then the other one
This one is germanting slower then the one in the soil 


Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Plan for reading


WALT analyse the story by making an advertisement of our own choice!

Beàn observation

21/5/2015
This one is the one that is germating faster then the one in the jar and this is 8 and a half centre meters
This bean was the first one to crack out of all of them and this is the one that is germanting slower than the other one



Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Bean observation

20/5/2015
This is the one that is 6 centermitres long and it is the one that is germinating 
This bean is not germinating as well as the one in the soil

Monday, 18 May 2015

Bean observation

19/5/2015
This is bean is germinating more swiftly then the one in the jar
This one might be dead because it has not germinated fast


Sunday, 17 May 2015

Add of poutokomanawa

WALT persuade by advertising POUTOKOMANAWA

Success Criteria
  • Opening statement - introduce your point of view 
  • Use good reasons and evidence to convince your readers 
  • Use facts rather than persuasive comments 
  • Try to get the reader interested and on your side - appear reasonable 
  • Fascinate your readers so that they agree with you  
  • Use strong, positive language 
  • Short sentences can help give emphasis 
  • Make the reader think that everybody else does this, agrees or that it will make them a better, happier person, eg Everyone agrees that..., We all know that...  
  • Draw the reader in, eg At long last the ...... that you have been waiting for  
  • Be informative, persuasive and friendly
  • Alliteration can make slogans memorable, eg Buy British Beef 
  • Use humour as it can help get people on your side 

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Reading


This is the add for reading and it is about persuading people to like tomatoes

Bean observation day 15

14/5/2014
This is the bean in the glass jar germinating 
This is the bean in the soil growing faster then the other one


Plan of poutokomanawa


WALT persuade by advertising something of your choice

Success Criteria
  • Opening statement - introduce your point of view 
  • Use good reasons and evidence to convince your readers 
  • Use facts rather than persuasive comments 
  • Try to get the reader interested and on your side - appear reasonable 
  • Fascinate your readers so that they agree with you  
  • Use strong, positive language 
  • Short sentences can help give emphasis 
  • Make the reader think that everybody else does this, agrees or that it will make them a better, happier person, eg Everyone agrees that..., We all know that...  
  • Draw the reader in, eg At long last the ...... that you have been waiting for  
  • Be informative, persuasive and friendly
  • Alliteration can make slogans memorable, eg Buy British Beef 
  • Use humour as it can help get people on your side.

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Bean observation day 14

13/5/2015
This is the bean sprouting in the jar with cotton pad in it

This is the bean sprouting in the soil


Monday, 4 May 2015

Observation record exploring seeds


The process of soaking the seeds was the first step in the germination of a seed. A seed starts to germinate by sending roots down into the soil and a shoot up towards the sunlight.

What are the differences between the seeds? The dry one is hard and the soaked one was softer
What do you think caused the differences? The water because it was soaked and water softens the seed