Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Monday, 19 August 2013

My Reflection On My Andy Warhol Art Work By Patrick

  Art: Reflecting on my Painting

1. Are you pleased with your painting? why / why not?
Because I have spent a lot of time on it and when I finished it looked so cool

2. What did you find easy when you created your painting?
Painting it

3. What part did you find tricky when you were creating your painting? -think about painting, ruling up the grid, measuring, using the co-ordinates, etc.
Measuring because I had to make exactly look the same but not really

4. Who / What helped you when you were painting?
Miss Paton

5. What would you do differently next time? Think about: colours, painting, ruling up, etc.

6. What frustrated you when you created your painting?

Doing the grids because I couldn’t really get it 5 centimeters each

Monday, 12 August 2013

Wednesday, 7 August 2013

My Directions To The Treasure By Patrick

  1. 1.Take 20 big steps from the class door
  2. Then take 3 step to the left
    Then take 10 steps fowar
  3. Then take another 3 step forward then you're their

My Results On Xtra Maths By Patrick

This is my results on Xtra maths I need to work on my maths so I can move up to Multiplication

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

My Information Organizer By Patrick & Oh S'mar

 Information organizer:
Put information on volcanoes in the table:

Resource (where you got the information from)
Key points: (Summarize main ideas in the information)
New vocab (If you don’t know the words in the information put them here and write a definition)
Earthquakes and volcanoes book
Tectonic plates move to cause eruptions.
Tectonic: Pertaining to the structure of the earth’s crust
Answers Volcano
More than 80% of the earth's surface comes from volcanoes. Innumerable volcanic eruptions formed the sea.
Innumerable: Innumerable means Very Numerous.
Wiki Ans..... Volcanoes eruptions
There are more than 500 active volcanoes in the world. More than half of these volcanoes are part of the “Ring of fire” a region that encircles the Pacific Ocean

Encircles: To form a circle around; surround; encompass: to encircle an enemy.
11 facts about volcano.
The Most Deadly eruptions have occurred in indonesia with tens of thousands of lives lost to starvation, tsunami (as a result of the eruption), ash flows, and mudflows.
Mudflows: A flow of mixed earth Debris containing a large amount of water.
11 Facts About Volcanoes
In an eruption, gases and rock shoot up through the opening and spill over or fill the air with lava fragments . Eruptions can cause lava flows, hot ash flows, mudslides, avalanches, falling ash and floods.
avalanches:a large mass of snow, ice, etc., detached from a mountain slope and sliding or falling suddenly downward.
11 facts about Volcano
A volcano is A Mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock below the surface of the earth. When pressure builds up, eruptions occur.
Molten rock: Molten rock below the surface of the Earth that rises in volcanic vents is known as magma, but after it erupts from a volcano it is called lava.
11 Facts About Volcanoes
The danger area around a volcano covers about a 20-mile radius.
Radius: The length of such a line.

Monday, 5 August 2013

My Blogg Comment To Jacob By Patrick

This is my blogg comment to Jacob on the work he did on battle of the mountains

My Blog Comment To Latham By Patrick

This is my blogg comment to Latham on what he did during the holiday