Thursday, 14 August 2014

The High Bar

The High Bar 3.3.0
REMEMBERING - What are the facts?
  1. How does Haley feel about the high bar? She feels scared

  1. Make a list of some things Haley should have done to overcome her fears : Look as it as a friends, and not look at it as a monster.
UNDERSTANDING - Show that you understand the story
  1. Choose 2 words from the article that are new or interesting to you. Here are some suggestions but you can choose your own:  giants personification

Write a sentence for each one showing that you understand the meaning.  What giants mean is that it is a big monster it is scary, and what personification means she is imagining that it is real and describing it as something that is alive.
APPLYING - Using what you know from the story  (B)
  1. Make a training poster for Haley to put on her wall to encourage her to keep training hard and give it 100%.

EVALUATING - Sorting out the good from the bad  (B)
  1. Make a list of the good things (Positive) and the bad things (Negative) about training for gymnastics.

Good - Positive
Bad - Negative
Trying your best
Having fun
cheering people on
Giving up
Being mean
not helping others
laughing at someone that tried there best

  1. Give this story a rating out of 10 depending on how much you enjoyed it.  Write down a reason for giving the rating you did.
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Reason: The reason why is because it showed me and told me things that I have never learnd before but most, of all it taught me never to be afraid of anything.
CREATING - Coming up with new ideas   (B)
  1. Make up a training and eating programme for Ruby for each day of the week so that she will be super fit

Presenting your interesting ideas: google draw or presentation, ABC or sumo paint, movenote, ipad    imovie, hyperstudio, vocaroo, padlet, google animation.
Blogger choose 2-4 of your completed  (B) (blogger friendly) activities to share on your blog.
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