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Monday, 24 September 2018

Designing a sport

Designing a sport - writing 2


WALT organise and sequence our ideas.
WALT seek feedback and make changes to our writing.

Your task: Last week, you designed your own sport using the instructions from the youtube video. This week, you are going to design ANY sport you would like using ANY equipment you wish to use! Try to think of equipment which you know we have at school. Once you have designed and written the rules/instructions for playing your sport, you will be making an instructional video to go with your rules.

Use our word bank and word walls in the class to help you with words to use in your writing.

Write
Equipment:
What materials/things do you need for your sport?
Racket, tennis ball, volleyball net,
Setting:
Where can your game be played?
On the concrete or in the breeze
Players:
How many players are needed? How many teams are there?
Split the whole class in half if there is uneven numbers then the extra people have to sit down and wait until someone in the teams is out.
Competition/ Cooperation:
Explain how the players have to cooperate. Explain how the players compete.
By helping each other and taking turns
Instructions:
Explain the rules of your game so that someone else could know how to play it.
If someone keeps hitting the ball and doesn’t share they have to sit out for 5 minutes
If someone hits it too high they have to swap with the other person
Objective/ Goal:
What is the goal of your game? How do players win?
You win a point if you hit the ball and the other person misses the ball, then the other team gets a point.
The team with the most points after 1 hour,wins the game.


WRITE a task description
Write a short paragraph telling your blog readers what the task was for this week.
  • What did you learn? (WALT) I learned to create my own sport
  • What was the task? To create a new sport
  • Did you enjoy this task? Yes
  • What did you find difficult? Thinking of the right equipment for my new sport.


FAST FINISHERS!

  • If you have completed the writing above and peer edited it with a friend, you can now start creating an instructional video to explain the rules of your sport in more detail.
    • Think about how you can demonstrate important parts of the game in your video.

Friday, 21 September 2018

Move ya body animation

This is my animation about running. there is a man running across the field and then he runs into the city.

Thursday, 6 September 2018

this is my Animation voice over

Animation Voice Over
Walt be thoughtful about links between oral (spoken), written, and visual language to give purpose to our writing.
Walt develop our correct use of grammar and punctuation.

Your animation task: This term you have been creating an animation based on movement in a sport or activity.

Your voice over task: Using your animation plan to help you, write a voice-over to go with your animation. Remember to use specific vocabulary and ideas you have learned this term.

Use our digital word banks and word walls in the class to help you with words to use!

PLAN-Just write some keywords to help when you write your sentences
Introduce your animation
What are we learning about this term? What do objects need so they can move?
Move ya body
Explain the game that you are playing.
Running
Explain what your animation shows.
My animation is about a person running across the field.
Summary/ Conclusion - Thank your audience and ask for a comment to be left on your blog.
Thank you for watching my animation.  I hope you like it and please comment on my blog


WRITE
Write out your voice over using paragraphs, ready to post on your blog. Begin by Copying and Pasting from the boxes above.  Then read through it and fix it up (edit) to make sure it makes sense.
This is my animation. I hope you enjoy my animation. There’s a man running across the field

Friday, 31 August 2018

Dimc 2


this is what we done

Dimc 2

This week in maths I worked with Mia, Antzel and Tori to solve this question:


This is our working. We had to draw a probability tree to find how many combinations we could make. I think the trees look like chicken feet. This helps me to remember what strategy to use. I was proud of myself as I sat with my group and I shared my ideas. Next week I want to get better at sharing my thinking.