Tuesday, 22 October 2013

A Poem About The Beach

Poem About The Beach

The sun up high,
Floating around in the sky,
Waves layering over the top of each other,
Singing a lullaby like a soft hearted mother,
My feet sinking down in the hot sand,
The hotness in my feet is making my heart beat like a well rehearsed band,
The clouds floating like marshmallows in the sky,
Look like puffy pillows shaping a  hand to wave goodbye,

The fishes in the water are swimming with glee,
But all good times must come to an end when the school has to flee,
The sun is setting in the East,
But time to go home for a well deserved feast.

Skills For Adolescence - Integrity

This Diagram is about Integrity and how it is part of how we young adolescents act towards maturity.

Friday, 18 October 2013

A Poem That Describes Me

A Poem that Describes me

I’m a bird flying high and low,
Listen to me sing like you’re in an Opera Show.

I’m a beautiful fish swimming frantically for my life,
When I sing the National Anthem I like the part when we sing from the shafts of strife.

I’m a cuddly puppy with starstruck in my eyes,
I’m also a fan of poems that say Love never dies.

I can be shy like a newborn lamb,                       
But let me tell you that it’s who I am.

When I have a great personality when I am happy,
But sometimes I tend to find some things sappy.

My Korowai Biography

My Korowai Biography:

Hi my name is Deandra,
I am a Samoan and Maori girl who has a long line of weavers on both sides of my family. The people I know who mainly weave is my Aunty Missy Hemara, and my Aunties on my mother’s side.

I am proud of who I am and what I have created and I have one more thing to say about my Korowai . . . . .

“ My Korowai is the binding string with the wool and feathers representing my family and ancestors. ”

That is All for now.

My Summer With Opo

This slide show is about a young girl who loves dolphins meets face to face with one named Opo on her summer vacation to Opononi Bay.


Pronunciation Reflection:

- What is Pronunciation?

It is a matter of fact that all of whom know how to speak english fluently with no slang language or lazy sayings of words properly and clearly.

- Why is Pronunciation important?

Above all pronunciation is important because, when you are speaking to someone or an audience it is required to have the right pronunciation of words so that others may understand what you are saying.

- Do you pronounce words correctly everyday?

To be honest I do not pronounce words properly because I sometimes am too lazy to pronounce the words fluently.


This Google Drawing represents the meaning of Rangimarie which means well read the following above.

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

My Holiday Description

Going To The Beach:

The sun was out and my mind felt like it was frying in a hot pan as I lay down on the hot and grainy sand. But as I lay there I began to wonder what does the sparkling water I see from beyond feel like,
“ Is the water hot and gloomy or is it cold and freezing? ”

About ten minutes later I thought to myself and just stood up and ran towards the clear blue water and as I drew nearer and nearer, and I finally leaped into the air and soared like a bird for only a minute until . . . .
SPLASH!! I had landed in a sea of icy cold water surrounding my warm yet shivering body.

As I stood up, my tongue desperate for a sip of fresh water, had not hesitated and accidently took a whiff of the salt water on my lips. the water dripping from my swimming gear was  but only just loud enough for me to hear the sweet cries of the sea as the waves gushed over the other with no possible ending.

My body was shivering like as if I had seen a supernatural being, but as I slowly made my way through the water I was being pushed over a few times by the strong gusts of winds that blew in the tide and sometimes blew it out. My heart was at a slow pace until I had went back into the water so that I could stop feeling even colder in the blizzard like wind.

After I had enough of swimming in the water I had stood up and walked towards my family unaware of the winds blowing the cold drop of water off of my swimming gear, as I reached for my towel I realised I didn’t need it we 
not yet.