Synthesising Wheels – What are the dangers of oil spills in the ocean?

 

5/6A tracked their thinking when reading the text about oil spills. The students then completed a synthesising response, which required them to produce a synthesising wheel. These responses show how the students’ thinking and learning changed throughout the text.

One thought on “Synthesising Wheels – What are the dangers of oil spills in the ocean?

  1. HORROR HIGH DEADLY RUMOURS SYNTHESISING!
    Thinking before reading: I think this book is going to be about people that are killing people, dying and spreading rumours because the title I’d deadly rumours, it has deadly which could mean dying or killing and it has rumours which could mean spreading rumours.

    Thinking during reading: I believe the author is trying to persuade the reader that riding bikes is better than driving cars for example: when your riding a bike you can feel the nature and wind blowing in your face and it gives you exercise and when your driving a car you don’t feel any wind or freedom and you don’t get any exercise. I wonder if her family has moved to a new town because in the sentence she said her parents will be unpacking till next Christmas. As I see it the girls family has moved to a ver hot place because she is wearing a singlet and short shorts and she said that she is sweating like a dog.

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