XIANGHANG'S BLOG POST:
This week I study migration and watch the Singapore and Raffle movie. I like watching the Singapore movie.
I like the PE this week because in P.E I run, take the timer and play push the steel ball. The steel ball was very hard. Playing with the steel ball made me very tired but I very happy.
I like this week's Math because we learnt about negative numbers. In China I have not learnt this week math: 1 2 3 4 5 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5. So I like challenges in math.
In the library I borrowed two books Space and Wimpy kid to take back home .I like reading space star map. so I borrowed it to take in my home.
In the break time I have many friends to play Sangje and Praveen…… today in the assembly, we saw the photos of last week’s Fun Run. My friend Praveen got an award - Friday certificate. I’m very happy I’m so very like this week…..
KEAGAN'S BLOG POST:
This week, I put thought into my questions to ask my mom about her migration story connected to my unit, ‘Where We are in Place and Time’. The central idea of my unit is, “Human Migration is a Response to challenges, risks and opportunities.” At the end of this unit, grade 5 will give an individual presentation on a member of their family who migrated as their assessment. I worked on a google presentation to show my mom’s experience.
In Literacy, I read a book called 'The Twits' by Roald Dahl, in school. I changed the ending to the story.
In the real story, the monkeys reared by Mr. Twit decide to play a trick on the Twits by creating the illusion that the room is upside down. The monkeys use super glue to stick all the furniture onto the ceiling. This leads the Twits to glue their heads to the floor thinking they are the right way up. When their heads touch the floor, they get stuck forever and shrink into nothing!
However, In my story, when the Twits glue their heads to the floor, all of the furniture comes crashing down and it hammers the Twits through the ground.
View life from the lens of a 10 year old, and it will bring much humour and joy. That sums up my experience with my grade 5 students at ISS.
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