Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Immersion Assembly


As I walked into the assembly hall it was like I had stepped into a fairytale book. I saw all the teachers dressed up in fairytale costumes, I was getting confused. The person I was most shocked at was Mrs Nua she was dressed as a sympathetic fairy godmother with a wand as well. Suddenly Mr Burt came walking in and yelled out"Has anyone seen my beautiful princess"? All the kids replied back"NO". He was holding a glass cup pretending it was the glass slipper and was dressed in a green and white funny costume with white and black shoes. He told all the teachers to come on the stage.
The teacher I loved the best was Ms Vaafusuaga she was dressed as Puss in boots . She had boots, hat and was dressed in black. She looked cool. It was amazing she even spoke the kind of language that Puss in boots spoke.

My next favourite teacher was Mrs Nua she was really pretty, she had a fabulous and
beautiful dress and her hair actually matched her clothes. She had a wand and she looked magical and mysterious.

It was an awesome immersion assembly, one I would never forget. I feel very happy about this terms topic 'The Art in Storytelling'. It is really cool that we are learning about fairy tales more and more. It is really cool our topic this term. I love it.

6 comments:

  1. Great start to this term Sylvia. I like the detail you wrote about how the teachers all looked and what they were wearing.
    I was wondering where your dinosaur animation was. Perhaps you could put that on your blog next.
    Good work. Keep it up.
    Ms Squires

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  2. Sylvia, I really appreciated the choice of words you used to make your writing more interesting. I particularly liked 'magical and mysterious'. I'm glad you enjoyed assembly. I thought it was a lot of fun. I agree with you that Mrs Nua looked amazing. I a thought that Miss Garden looked spectacular in that wedding dress.
    I thought MY costume was pretty good too!

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  3. Isn't it such a fun topic to be working on this term! I agree with you that the immersion assembly was fun, and I so enjoyed reading your wonderful descriptions Sylvia. Well done.
    Mrs Burt

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  4. Wow Sylvia what a great story you have done and I like all thouse words you hve put into your story and how you started of with an interesting being that really hooked me in your writing you can hook people into your writing.It must of taken alot of time to post your story?and I might read your storys again.


    By Gabrielle.

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  5. http://peserenet.blogspot.com/July 29, 2009 at 9:22 AM

    Hi Sylvia!!!
    I really like your recount about immersion assembly. I think that you are really looking forward to this term since you wrote a lot and had lots of detail about Immersion Assembly.

    All the best!!!
    Erene

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  6. Hi Sylvia!!!
    I really like your recount about immersion assembly. I think that you are really looking forward to this term since you wrote a lot and had lots of detail about Immersion Assembly.

    All the best!!!
    Erene

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