Sunday, 8 December 2013

Super's Reading Projects

This term the Super's reading group has been working on individual reading projects on subjects they personally found interesting.  They are reading to learn rather than learning to read.  Today they made their final presentations to the class.  What a marvelous job they did too. Tane expanded on his theme of the impact of the human population on the planet, Tabitha compared domestic cats and their wild cousins, Jayden made a clear and succinct explanation of the origin and creation of the rocks our planet is made up of, Katie told us all about service animals, Devin explained why fossils are important to out understanding of life in the past, Cooper had been exploring the impact of dairy farming on the environment, Kaylana has learned about Pukeko and the in place in the environment, and Gracie explained how they celebrate christmas in spanish countries.
Here are some of their examples.

Tane   - Population issues

Jayden  - Rocks

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