Wednesday, 12 September 2012

My 50 Words Story About Richard Whitehead

Richard Whitehead is a awesome Great Britain Athlete from the Paralympics. Winning a gold medal at the Paralympics made him happy for himself. With his flag he ran around the track swinging it and waving.The crowd goes so wild like animals that they almost jumped out onto the track.

Here is my recording

Monday, 10 September 2012

My Story about The Famous Tommy Kapai Wilson

Friday was incredibly awesome because we got to meet an amazing story writer that was maori.He’s 

name was Tommy Kapai Wilson.As we walked into the hall we saw him on the stage putting some books and some piture things.

Telling the school about his family was kinda fun.He told us that in his family, there are 11 kids.While we were listening to him talking, he told us a story about what jobs he had to work for like (Being a Butler and working for some people that are rich.

Asking us a question was cool because he asked us what is a Butler and this boy from my class called Iisa answered and said “It’s someone who gives you whatever you want whenever you want it” and he said “aaaaa Kapai”.The other answers  were wrong and every time someone say something that is wrong he say’s “aaaaa Kao” and then we will laugh.

I had so much fun meeting Tommy Kapai Wilson.I had a lot of fun and he made us laugh and smile.That is what makes him funny and amazing.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Practice re-crafting Aldoras Paragraph

This is Aldoras Blog where you can see more of her storys

Today we practiced recrafting a piece of writing.The first paragraph belongs to Aldora and the second one is mine.

As we were getting near some more puddles, I realised that the track was dangerous. Jogging carefully down the slippery stairs I nearly slipped but luckily I held onto the tree. I was happily saved by the tree.

As I ran up towards the stairs, I reached some-more muddy puddles.Looking down at my shoes, they were all dirty and gross.  “Wow this is a very scary and yucky race” I thought to myself as I ran through the squishy grass.