Wednesday, August 01, 2007

blogging with style and readign with panache


the word panache needs an accent, but look it up.

i was very impressed with your literacy efforts today. the reader's theatre group were outstanding! so much better than i expected given the lack of experience.


the two literature circle groups were effective too. i think once you all hav emastered the technique of running your own literacy sessions you will be able to impress the restof the school with your talents. most importantly, you will be learning to self instruct, encourage each other, provide valid feedback in a positive manner and evaluate your own performance for improvement - a valuable skill in today's world and applicable to any situation.


well done troops!


also, some of you created incredibly impressive "word webs" today with all the literacy knowledge you displayed.


congratulations you marvellous things!


p.s. start compiling a list of things you have achieved this year on your personal blogs - things that you are proud of. also state your inquiry goals. note down what your intended products might be.

22 comments:

Galileo said...

I think the readers theatre was great too! Maybe we could have a competition or something.

Alpha said...

Can you see my wiki and comment on it, so far no one has &0.
The word web thing was fun..sort of.... oh well
happy blogging

Alpha said...

http://battlestart.wetpaint.com/page/Ancient+Egypt
thats the url

mr woody said...

good idea Gman. how do we find your wiki, alpha? is there a link from your blog? wikis aren't so much for commenting as for contributing.

mr woody said...

aha - you beat me to the punch - thanks for the link

mr woody said...

i left a comment - nice to see you using a wiki but you'd be better off contributing to our class one to build up the info there.
8>)

Kitty Kat said...

hmmm:
one of the main things I feel I have accomplished on the blog this year is my writing and poetry...definitly my biggest accomplishment.
Followed by heaps of learning on facts followed by helping to share a positive image about the way to treat animals.
All this along with the plain joy of receiving and placing feedback on my/others work.
The class wiki is a brilliant source of information and facts on there are so COOL!!
The literacy things are ok though I perfer to have a class literacy discussion over the literacy circle which I am not a big fan of as you have to use certain roles so that limits your amount of imput.

for my inquiry project I plan to find out about roman and egyptian seasonal clothing and compare them followed by mixing there designes together and creating a new and improved robe.

I think room5 has been a lovely class and I really am looking forward to the rest of the year (just not the end!) PLEASE let us have a nice teacher !!!!!

Also one last thing.
Is miss Pellasin taking our Science Fairs to the place at the gardens or can we change and add things...

Kit De Kat

Miss Candy said...

you spelt reading wrong! can we do the readers theatre in the morning-and can i have a turn?

Kitty Kat said...

Yes i think everybody in the class should do a HUGE readers theater!
It will be sooooo coooolllll!.
Oh and yes, you spelt reading readign.

Kitty Kat said...

Mr Woody!
Can you PLEASE be at school tomorrow!!!!
PLEASE!!!!!!
i mean that she is ok but the work was a little eaisy and PLEASE can you be at school!!!!

(But if you are REALLY sick don't come!)

83((((((

Skipper Bob said...

at school there is a something about team/cultral photos when are they???

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

defiante ly please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i mean, no pressure or anything, but it was all a little easy, and kinda awkward.....but no pressure!

and do we have to have the photo slip things in before the photos are taken?

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

hehe, it would be a big play thing, it would be really fun!!!

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

PANACHE!! defination....

panache [pə násh]
(plural panaches)
noun
1. dashing style: a sense or display of spirited style and self-confidence
2. helmet plume: a plume or tuft of feathers, especially on a hat or helmet

[Mid-16th century. Via French < Italian pennacchio 'plume of feathers' < Latin pinna 'feather']

From:
Microsoft® Encarta® 2006. © 1993-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Sentence:
She gracefully danced across the room with panache.

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

Skipper bob!
There are sport /culteral photos tomorrow/friday, if you are involved in anything like that you are asked to bring the uniform or whatever you may need for the photo to school tomorrow.

Kitty Kat said...

Yessports photos are tommoro

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

yay, SMILE!!! (more like say cheese!!!)

Kitty Kat said...

YAY! Sorry about before...I was running late for dance practise.

shorty said...

PLEASE come to school tommorow mr woody (no offence to the releif teacher)



P.S I didnt get to know her name she never said anything about her name!)

Alpha said...

I don't like acting....

Kitty Kat said...

I do!
pLEaSE COME MR WOODY!!

SpUdArOoNy said...

shorty her name was mrs warrington. she taught at knighton. [and no offence or anything.. but she wasn't anyones particular favourite] She went to england for like 3 years and now she's back. but yeah.

Yeah readers theatre is really fun!

LONG LIVE THE ROOM5IANS!!