“On the high metal bar you will be doing chin ups and leg lifts.”
“Coach Beth please just tell us who the special guest is.” One of my teammates pleaded.
Then in the flash of lightening, I thought I saw Simone Biles. I thought I must have been dreaming. However, I knew that I wasn’t dreaming when Coach Beth said “Fine. The surprise visitor is Simone Biles”. She didn’t have to finish saying Biles we were all already screaming and pinching ourselves to see if it was true and we were actually going to meet the one and only Simone Biles.
The video I watched today was about asthma.
In this video, I learnt that asthma could be very bad and may end up with you in hospital or even dying. Some other things I learnt in this video was that you are not always born with asthma and you cannot catch it from anyone. It usually runs in the family. One in nine kids suffer from asthma. It can affect up to 2 million Australians every year. One Australian dies from asthma each year and sometimes more. Some asthma attacks can lead people into hospital. Asthma is a serious health problem in Australia. Asthma can be one of the main reasons students miss school. Unfortunately, there is no cure for asthma yet.
- How do you know when you are having an asthma attack?
- When approximately do scientists think they will have a cure for asthma?
This video gave me a better perspective/understanding on what some kids have to put up with in there every day lives.
Click here to watch the video on Asthma
“Hey check this picture out.” Olivia said to her best friend Harper
“What is that?”
“It looks like newspaper hands holding a hamburger all made out Paper Mache.”
“Look at this its Abigail Fletcher artwork. Miss Rogers pet.”
Olivia rolled her eyes.
“Let’s get to class. I think we’ve got math’s next period. Let’s hope Abigail’s not in class today.”
However, sadly for Olivia and Harper, Abigail was there. Therefore, the girls chose to congratulate Abigail on getting her work put up around the school. Her response was “I had to pay Miss Rogers to get my work put up.”
I choose a bar graph because it was the easiest to understand with the information I have.
You can tell that from this graph most people from 5/6B like both Adidas and Nike.
The video I watched today was about a competition called Screen It.
In this video, I learnt that there is a competition called screen it. Screen it is for students to make something electronic e.g. mini movie or video game. Schools go head to head to see who can make the best mini movie. The Screen it competitions is run by Australia’s Centre of Moving Image also known as ACMI. Each year ACMI sets a different theme to be used as inspiration. This year’s theme is TIME!
- What schools participate in Australia’s Centre of Moving Image?
- How do you submit your video/game into ACMI?
This video gave me a better perspective of what schools around Australia do and what they offer.
As I sit in my room looking at the video I must watch with a picture of animals on it, one of the animals was a crocodile. I hate crocodiles. The video started by a cheetah sprinting across a long wide plain, but then the cheetah collapsed to the ground within just seconds. I did not know what just happened. I paused the video because I began to fell cold I walked over to my bed and picked up my nice, warm, fluffy orange blanket. I rape the warm blanket around me and slowly go back to finish the video.
The video I watched today was about kids training dogs.
In this video, I learnt that there is a program called Love 4 Life it’s a school for both Dogs and People. The school gives people an education in training as well as everyday things like Numeracy and Literacy. However, for the more furry creatures they learn things like picking up the phone. Kids who attend Loves 4 Life all have a dog that they leave at the school kennels and the kids train them a few times a week. They learn to ignore all distractions even there favourite toys and any food.
- How does the school Love 4 Life choose which dogs will be train at Love 4 Life?
- How many hours of training do the trainers train their dogs for a week?
This video gave me a better perspective of different people’s lives.
“Dinners ready!” Mum yells up the stairs calling me and my little brother Jacob down for dinner. I had already eaten a heap of food for my afternoon snack so I was not that hungry. I went down anyway. Of course, it had to be one of my favorites lamb and veggies. I started on my veggies and that’s when a thought came into my head. My dog Strudel was sitting at my feet and I just couldn’t eat anything so I cut my lamb up and gave it to Strudel. After dinner, Mum gave me a wired look.
The video I watched today was about Police Horses.
In this video, it described what Police Horse do and how they are trained. I learnt that there is about 140 mountain police stations across the country. It can take up to two years for a police horse to be trained and even then, not all police horses pass the test. Once they are trained for the police force and they start in the police force they are then in the police force for about 15 to 20 years, before they are retired to pasture.
- How does a horse get chosen for the police force?
- How many hours of training do the horses do each week?
My understanding of this video gave me a better understanding of what police horses do.
I wait in the line for what I think is the scariest ride on the planet. It is my first upside down ride and I am so scared. My friend Georgia and I get onto the ride. I look at Georgia, it is her second time on the ride and she looks so excited, surprisingly even quite, calm, and relaxed, and I have never heard calm, quite, relaxed and Georgia in the same sentence. Anyway, she looks at me and I say, “Why I am on this ride?” She just laughs.