Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The Amazing Immersion Assembly

WOW! When I first walked into class Mrs Nua looked really cool because she had a wig on and and a shopping bag dress on that she had made herself. She had pompoms and they were green everything she was wearing was green except her shoes.

So off we went to Assembly. In Assembly Mr Burt was dressed up as a dragon and he was lonely, he needed a wife, then he went over to Mrs Burt and said "here is my wife". Mr Palmer was announcing the models of Green and I really liked Mrs Lagitupu. She had the 3r's on her back which stood for REDUCE , REUSE , RECYCLE.

I really enjoyed watching Team 3 because they played a Recycling Game. They had to choose the right box to put the things from the plastic bag into . Mr Nevalagi was funny because he was telling Miss MacKinlay the wrong box to put in. At the end Miss MacKinaly won because Mrs Garden asked her where could she put the last plastic bags and if she got it right then she would get 5 bouns points. Miss MacKinlay said she would take them home and use it for her shopping. And Mrs Garden said " that was a great answer" so Mr Nevalagi lost!!

Today was cool,I loved the 'GO FOR GREEEN GIRL' and that was my teacher Mrs Nua. Her wig really did go with the dress and tights. Everyone in our class thought she looked amazing and this was the first time I had ever seen Mrs Nua in a dress. Ms Squires had a newspaper dress and it was really fancy. Mrs Squires looked really fabulous in the newspaper dress. It must have taken her a long time to create.

I felt happy because it was so cool everyone laughed.

Today was fantastic and a day that won't be forgotten, because it was a great start to the last term of the year.

By Lyn


Nga Kaituhi o PES said...

Well done Lyn,
I'm glad you liked my costume, it was all sewn by hand too! Maybe you could reuse something and create a new outfit with it. Keep up the great writing...I'm looking forward to your next post.
Mrs Nua

Pt England Scribes said...

Lyn, what a detailed recount. You are a great writer. Keep it up! I'm going to read it to Cameron on Monday morning before school.
From Miss MacKinlay :)

tamakitoday said...


We'd just like to say thank you for commenting on the Tongan lesson at our Blog. Really appreciated it! And its nice to be able to correct work if it needs fixing.

Mr Webb on behalf of Tamaki Intermediate School.

Shyarn rm17 said...

Hi lyn nice story on Go For Green!!! It was really funny and exciting! If you can write like that you should actually have your own blog!!!!

Shyarn ;-)

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Talanoa Mai said...

Malo lava Lyn,
I really enjoyed reading your recount of our immersion assembly. I can tell that you are very happy with the way term 4 started.

Wow - the first time you've seen your teacher! She must be good at sewing. I can only hem clothing not sew an actual outfit.

Keep up the good work Lyn, I'll look forward to reading another of your posts soon. Dont' forget that you can carry on blogging when you move to intermidiate school next year.

Mrs Tele'a

mrs lagitupu said...

Hi Lynn

I liked the way you summed up immersion assembly in an interesting and informative way. You have a very nice way of describing what happened without being boring. Yes Mrs Nua did look stunning didn't she!

Anonymous said...

Hey Lyn nice story !
Well done ur story was very interestiq to readd !
Keep up the qood work !

From Alisi :)