Tuesday, September 8, 2009

A wobbly swing bridge by Hanbin

Hanbin wrote this information report on swing bridges. Listen to all the facts he knows about swing bridges.

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10 comments:

  1. Good writing Hanbin you described the swing bridge well.

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  2. Where did you get the data from? I like the data that you did.
    From DS
    Room 6

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  3. How did you get the photo of the bridge? I like it because you used descriptive words.
    From CG
    Room 6

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  4. To Hanbin can cars go on a swing bridge.I like the information that you did.

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  5. Hi there DS
    Thanks for listening to my information report.I got information about swing bridges from books and the internet We organised our facts on a Y chart.

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  6. Dear DS
    I got the photo from the internet but I don't know what site it was from! Thank you for listening to my report.

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  7. Dear room 6
    Cars can't go on swing bridges because the bridge would break.
    Thank you for listening to my report.

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  8. Thank you for telling us where the photo came from. What is a Y chart? Is it a chart for questions?Or is it shaped like a Y?
    From DS
    Room 6

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  9. Good Hanbin you have put many things on your blog

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  10. Dear DS
    A y chart is shaped like a Y and we use it to organise our facts about a topic. We put in facts under headings e.g what it looks like, where it is found, what it is made out of and any other facts we could across go under 'what else'. Mrs Rennie-Younger will put a photo of my Y chart on the blog for you to see.

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