Literature Circles

Q1. What makes this book good this book good? A This book is good because it has lots of depth, and loads of emotions. Meaning we could relate  to the characters as well as the fact that she wrote this.

Q2. book  What would have made this a better book? A. This book could have been better if all the scenes where well described.

Q3. What is the most important thing the author wants you to know? A. That his is her life many people have been through this and worse with horrible lives.

Q4. Why did the writer write this book? A. To raise awareness for horrible childhoods and to give hope to everyone.

Q5. What does the audience need to know to understand and enjoy this book? A. The audience needs to know that this is a real story so nothing is impossible.

100 WC Week 12

Every child has dreams many involve pirates, heroes and princesses but to send or receive a message in a bottle. Small dreams such as those are the happiest kind because it so possible yet you need things such as a empty bottle which is not normally brought to a beach a piece of paper and a pen are sometimes bought to a beach. It is a strange dream why do kids dream of it why do we want a message in a bottle is it a relic from a pirate dream when we give up on that. Is it a dream?

Forensic science: handwriting analysis

Interviewer: Hello and welcome to the crime Q&A show. Today we have Lauren; Lauren is a forensic scientist who specializes in handwriting analyses.

Interviewer Q: How do you stop blackmailers?

Forensic scientist A: By comparing the suspect’s handwriting to the first sample.

Interviewer Q: Is different ways people wright?

Forensic scientist A: Yes, people wright above the line messy just to name a few.

Interviewer Q: We know there is different ways people wright but is there different ways people form letters?

Forensic scientist A: They can wright letters unusually or letters can be backwards.

Interviewer Q: What are the finer details you look at in a piece of handwriting?

Forensic scientist A: The finer details we look at are if the handwriting is slanted as well the size of the letters.

Interviewer Q: What troubles an expert such as you when looking at a piece of handwriting?

Forensic scientist A: Something that troubles us is fancy letters because they can be hard to read.

Interviewer Q: Does how hard or if an area is shaded make a difference yes or no?

Forensic scientist A: Yes

Interviewer: Well where out of time. Goodbye.

How to Have a Perfect Speech

What is needed:

An audience.

A voice.

Cue cards.


1. Set yourself  up; cue cards in order audience ready and attentively listening.

2. Introduce your self (Name, what your doing).

3. Go throw the introduction with a loud clear voice with help from you cue cards.

4.  Clearly projecting your voice go through speech.

Tip: Pause after sentences.

How to recreate the experiments at G.T.A.C.

What is needed.

1. Leaves

2. Beetles

3.Some feathers

4. Small hairy seed pods

5. Pond water, evidence, W1, W2,W3,

6. Stereo microscope

7. Compound microscope


1.  Get one of the beetles and place it on a stereo microscope.

2. Turn the light source and look down the eyepiece lens.

3. Take a look at the leg.

4. Take the beetle off the stage and replace it with a leaf.

5. Take a look at both sides of the leaf.

6. Look at the cool and impressing sights on the bottom.

7. Replace the leaf with a feather.

8. Look at the feather. See how the light reflects off the feather.

9. Take the feather off the stage and put the seed pods on the stage.

10. Look at the seed pod’s colours.

11. Take the evidence water, place one drop of evidence water on a slide with an ‘E’ on it, put a cover slide on it.

12. Place the slide on the stage of the compound microscope.

13. Look at the things in the water with 4x magnification.

14. Repeat step 11-12 except with water one and the slide marked W1.

15. Examine water 1 with 4x magnification.

16. Repeat step 11-12 with water2 on slide W2.

17. Look at water 2 at 4x magnification, make sure  you have spotted everything.

18. Repeat step 11-12  with water 3 on slide W3.

19.  Inspect W3  at 4x magnification checkout what there is.

Water watchers

The water was never dangerous to anything  things were more being dangerous in the water, But only because the water watchers kept the water from raging out of control making huge waves and swallowing  creatures and  plants when they got close to the water. The water watchers can stop water from running or they can create a drought which is the waters punishment for drowning things the water still loves to take people using its current. The water currents have a strict timetable the water watchers keep them on time. The water watchers are often in twos one making sure the water is calm and behaved while the other keeps the current in time if the water watchers where lenient the world might be slightly flooded and rips may drown hundreds. The job for water watchers is a slow one yet one of the most important in the to keep the world in order. The water watchers have been guarding the world from water’s dangerous side. The water watchers are a  part of the u.c.n. or the universes control network. Their are a huge amount of departments in the U.C.N. The floods, rips, and tsunamis are one of the most feared things in the world. The  banks of a river is what limit of where water can can raise up to the rules have been made and might be keep to the end of time. Could you imagine a stream that is uncontrollable with an amazingly strong so it is almost unusable for swimmers and fish would have to swim hard to move at a snails pace, this is what might happen if their was only one water watcher concentrating on the stream. Whether your wading through water swimming in a stream  know that the water watchers are controlling the water.

100 WC Week #7

There was nothing James could feel but joy, the happiness was swelling up inside. Was there anything that could make him sad.  The violent storm was was about to erupt. With huge shout of “YYEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSS” his volcano of happiness had erupted. People around congratulated him. There were quiet  congratulations going around the crowd as if it was a ball being passed around. The atmosphere was as visible as James’s smile which as wide as his face and as bright as the sun. Joy was oozing out of him with the same speed as a racehorse  during the final sprint sprint.

How to have afternoon tea classic style

What you need:

1. Classy guests.

2. A great set of tea cups.

3. Well-made scones.

4. Tea again well-made.

5. Posh attitudes.

6. Jam.

7. Teapot.

8. Plates.

9. Butter knives.


1. Invite guests tell them to be classy or to be posh.

2. Prepare scones you will need a recipe.

3. Make tea and pour into a good teapot.

4. Set the table with tea cups, jam, teapot, plates, and butter knives.

5. Talk to guest about posh things while daintily sipping tea.

6. Eat your scones without crumbs falling on you.

7. If the meal has finished talk.

8. Once guests have left tidy up plates and wash up.