Thursday, September 10, 2009

An information report by Liam

Liam wrote an information report on swing bridges. Listen to his report and find out why cars can't go on them.


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10 comments:

  1. I really liked the diagram because you labelled the parts so well.Where did you get your data?
    From SM
    Room 6

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  2. I liked the diagram it showed a lot. How does one side of the bridge attach to the other side?
    From KH
    Room 6

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  3. I like your lovely diagram about the swing bridge because it looked so real. How much does a swing bridge weigh?

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  4. How did you know all of the information? How big was the first swing bridge? What do you think your blog is going to look like in the future? I liked your blog because there are a lot of information reports.
    From LK
    Room 6

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  5. I liked Liam's report because he used descriptive words. How was the first bridge made?
    From MB
    Room 6

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  6. I liked Liam's report because he named the parts of the bridge and did a good diagram. How did Liam know all these facts?
    From NM
    Room 6

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  7. I like the way you labelled your diagram. How do bridges break if cars go there?
    From ATr
    Room 6

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  8. What year was the first swing bridge built? Wow Liam! That was really something fantastic to be on your class blog.
    From EF
    Room 6

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  9. There are two metal poles on each side of the bridge that dig into
    the ground.

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  10. We learnt a lot about swing bridges from your report. We will be looking at bridges next week because we are talking about the Three Billy Goats Gruff and the bridge the troll lived under. Thank you for commenting on our Blog. From Room 2 Botany Downs School.

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