100Wc Week#29

It’s Easter morning and I just woke up to the sound of my cousin pounding on the door. I told him to go away because it was only six o’clock but I eventually got up. I looked every where for my eggs but I couldn’t find them. I checked the back yard the shed in everyone’s room but I couldn’t find them. This can’t be real I thought no Easter eggs but then I realised I hadn’t look in one place my cupboards. I found them they with all my stuff, They didn’t last long though because I love chocolate.

Maths Mate Term 2 – Sheet 1

Question 23. Fill in the missing digits in the sum.

Prediction: I predict that this is going to be about finding the missing digits and adding them all together to get the write answer.

Clarify: Nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: To be able to find the missing digits and add them together.

Solution:

1. I knew it had to be fifteen.

2. So I added seven on to eight which equaled fifteen.

3. Then I carried the one.

4. To then do four plus two which equaled six to get the answer.

Summary: the answer was 65. To work this out I used prior knowledge of addition to get my answer.

 

Spelling Week 10

Act 1. The independent tertiary institution was bound by parliamentary legislation to allow people to vote for student leaders. But the institution didn’t let suffragettes vote so women are protesting for equal rights.

Act 2.

Independent- Free from outside control.

Tertiary- Third in order or level.

Parliamentary- Suitable for a parliament.

Legislation- Laws considered collectively.

Suffragettes- A woman seeking the right to vote.

Act 3.

a. “Which ( Which, witch) side of the river do you think we should stake our claim? “ asked the prospector.
b. The witch (which, witch) used magic to turn fool’s gold into real gold.
c. The police constable insisted that the gold diggers identify which (which, witch) of their fellow miners were claim jumpers.
d. “Do you think the witch  (which, witch) in the story was real or imaginary?” asked the student.
e. “ Which (which, witch) gold coach should we bail up next ?” asked the bushranger.
f. On Which (which, witch) continent did the Spaniards search fruitlessly for the fabled City of Gold which (which, witch)  they named “El Dorado, The Gilded One”?

Act 4.

a. Weather the atmosphere , wether a castrated ram and whether expressing doubt.
b. Way method or style, weigh find out how heavy, and whey the watery part of milk.
c. Wear clothing , where in or what place/position  and we’re we are.
d. Praise express warm approval, prays address a prayer and preys hunt or kill for food
e. Saw a hand tool for cutting materials , soar fly or rise high and sore painful or aching.
f. Wails a cry of pain, Wales a wooden strip on the side a boat/country and whales large marine mammal.
g. Right good or acceptable, write to mark a surface with pen pencil etc and rite a religious ceremony
h. Awe a felling of respect, oar a paddle, or links alternatives and ore a natural mineral.

100Wc Week#28

I was sitting at my desk, during a test waiting for it to finish wondering how much time I had left. Not only to realise that there was only ten minutes to finish but the problem is I’m only half way through the test. But I thought I had enough time before I had to finish the test because now everyone is leaving the room because they were finished. I was the only person left in the dimly lit room with 1 minute to go but there wasn’t enough time to finish the test so knew I had already failed and will get an F on this test.

Maths Mate Term 1- Sheet 7

Question 22. Draw the missing figure.

Prediction: I predict that this going to be about finding patterns.

Clarify: Nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: To be able to find patterns and understand them.

Solution:

1. To look through all the figures.

2. To find the odd one out.

3. To find small details.

4. To draw the one that is missing

Summary: To work this out I used the diagrams I was given.