Friday, 3 June 2016

Samoan Langue week

i did this because it was Samoan Langue so i  did it with Alex my friend in my class room

Thursday, 2 June 2016

Information report on sharks

Information Report Writing - Sharks
LI - To write an information report that informs the reader about
  • Remember the title of your information report needs to let the reader know your topic
Opening Statement:
  • What is the information report about?
  • Is your animal known by another name (for example, the scientific name)?
  • What is an interesting fact about your topic?
Have few predators
Paragraph 1
  • 2-3 sentences about what your animal looks like.
Try to include an interesting fact.
Paragraph 2
  • 2-3 sentences about what your animal eats.
  • Try to include brackets () to explain something in greater detail.
  • Most species of shark eat things like fish crustaceans, mollusks, plankton, krill, marine mammals and other sharks. Sharks also have a very acute sense of smell that allows them to detect blood in the water from miles away

  • Great White sharks are carnivorous, preying on nearly any fish in the ocean, though fat rich animals are preferred. Juvenile (before 15 years of age) sharks often hunt and eat small fish, as the cartilage in their jaws has not mineralized enough to withstand the force needed for a stronger bite. Older sharks are able to hunt larger prey, such as elephant seals, sunfish and even whales. Many juvenile Great Whites have been discovered to have inedible materials in their stomachs, including beer cans, license plates and shoes.
Paragraph 3
  • 2-3 sentences about where your animal lives.
  • Try to include a rhetorical question to make your reader think.
The Great White’s distribution is widespread, being found in every ocean and sea across the world. They are most commonly found as far north as the Upper Atlantic and Pacific, just south of Arctic waters and as far south as the southern tip of Australia. The Great White is considered native to the Mediterranean states, United States, sub-Saharan coastal states, South America and the Australian states. Most sharks stay close to coastal shelves, preferring to hunt just off the coastline, though some have been detected to swim in the deep ocean.
Paragraph 4
Other (Your choice)
  • 2-3 sentences that tell some of the interesting facts you have found out about.
  • Beginning one sentence with a hook is your challenge here.
Sharks do not have a single bone in their bodies. Instead they have a skeleton made up of cartilage; the same type of tough, flexible tissue that makes up human ears and noses.

  • A sentence that ends your report with one of your most interesting facts
Shrak are cool and  have long teeth.