Monday, 21 March 2016

Soul Friend

Today was the feast day for St Patrick, the they you share love, kind and where you show respect.
What is a Soul Friend:
A Soul Friend is someone you look after, love and you can talk to them anything you want.  

Why do we have Soul Friends:
We have Soul Friends to care for them, love them, comfort them and encourage them.

Where did it come from:
It came from the Ireland tradition from the Holy Faith Sisters.

How does my Soul Friend work here in St Pius X:
My Soul Friend likes to work quietly and likes to work alone.

Who is my Soul Friend:
My Soul Friends name is Zion.

Describe my Soul Friend:
My Soul friend is a cute and a nice little boy, he is short, cute, funny, loves popcorn, loves to laugh, he is year 1 and he is 5 or 6 years old.

Describe what happened today:
  1. Today the whole of my school (St Pius) went in our church to celebrate our Soul Friends mass the feast day of St Patrick on the 17th of March 2016.

  1. We also had a shared lunch with our Soul Friends at the back of their class.

What do I plan to do with My Soul Friend This Year:
This I just hope to get lots of spare time to play with my Soul Friend.

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Friday, 11 March 2016

My Narrative Structure Of The Sons Of Ma'afu

Structure of Narrative Story

The sons of Ma’afu.
I am showing you that I can identify the structure of a narrative by using the text I read

Where did it took place: When did it happened:  Who is in the story?
Characters: Ma’afu, Ma’afutoka, Ma’afulele, villagers, a fierce giant duck,
Where: In a village in tonga.
When: Long ago.
COMPLICATION - What is the problem?
  1. The first problem was Ma’afutoka & Ma’afulele used Ma’afu as a target to throw spears at him to see who was the closest and they almost killed him.
SEQUENCE OF EVENT - Plot -  What happened in sequence?  You can bullet point the main events.
  • People were chasing after Ma’afutoka & Ma’afulele.
  • The villagers thought both of them a lesson and sent them to Atavahea.
  • Boys go to the waterhole.
  • Duck attacked the boys.
  • Boys killed the duck.
  • They filled their coconut shells to show their dad that they are sorry.
  • People chase them away aging to teach them another lesson.
  • Boys go to the waterhole.
  • Triggerfish attacked them.  
  • Boy killed the triggerfish.
  • Boy went back to the village.
RESOLUTION - How was the problem solved?
The problem was solved because the chief agreed to what the villagers said and he sent them to get water from Atavahea.
In the end Ma’afutoka & Ma’afulele went to live in the sky, and on clear nights there father and the villagers could still see them.