Tuesday, 30 April 2019

Jedida Immersion Assembly

Today is April 29th which is the first day of term 2 for school. This morning was immersion assembly,
and it was pretty funny. It started off as a normal assembly, but I knew it would change because it's
the beginning of the term, and in the beginning of the term, all of the teachers make there own team
movie or act. The theme for this term is "I like your Latitude."

The first performance was by Mr Burt, Mr Somerville, Mrs Tele'a, and Mr Jacobson. The performance
started with Mr Jacobson missing, and then Mr Somerville came into the (where we were having the a
assembly), with a remote. Mr Burt looked pretty confused but just went with it, Mr Somerville claimed it
was his remote and him and Mr Burt moved some stage walls around and out came a robot. They
played with it for a while and a lot of people loved it. Then out came Mr Jacobson (out of the robot.)

The next performance was by team 1, it was a movie about direction, which way is north south west
and east, and which way to go. It was also about how bees are the future and today, because bees
are very important and helpful to help fruit, and maybe vegetables grow. There movie was based in
the future so they had flying cars and everything.

As Mr Burt introduced the next performance, everyone said, it's time for team 2. So it was team 2's turn, and they had made a movie too. There movie was about there Easter egg hunt that they had last term, at the end of the term. In the movie, they told us how they looked in all directions, up, down, under, over, left, and right. So in all of the directions. Next was team Miss King introduced there movie and told everyone what they are learning about this term. As there movie started to play, we saw Miss Scanlan walking to school and not really enjoying it, so out came a fairy telling her that she can pick in any direction that the fairy gives her, the options that she got from fairy were the beach, and the forest, she choose the forest. After quite a lot of picking paths, she finally made it to school, where all of the students on her class were already there, and she was late.
"Time for Team 4!" Mr Burt said, they had made a movie as well. There movie was about navigation.
It started with 4 teachers meeting at the Pack n' save parking lot, with a narrator (Mr Jacobson,) But
there are 5 teachers in team 4, so they called Mr Goodwin (Because he's the 5th teacher,) but he did
not answer his phone or anything, but they got an incoming message from him that basically said that
they had to find there way back to Pt England without google maps or there cars, so they took a while,
and there were quite a lot of funny parts where they *had to stop for important things, quite a few times*
which ended up being food, which made everyone laugh. Eventually, they made it back to school just in
time for a meeting with Mr Goodwin, but they were pretty angry that he made them walk all that way,
and wanted him to do it himself. After there movie had played, Mr Goodwin gave a brief summery of
what team 4 are going to be learning about this term.

Lastly (or at least we thought) was team 5, and they had a performance, something different. There
performance was about travelling the world, and what continents are at the bottom or the top of the
world. Miss Tapuke was the person that was travelling around the world. The places she went to were
(In order),Europe (Paris), North America (Disney Land), Africa, And Asia. My favourite places were,
Paris and Disney Land.

Now the last performance was by Mrs Lagitupu, Miss Va'afusuaga, and Mr Vogt. They made a movie,
there movie was about how they get to school, how much time they take to get to school, and even
what time they wake up to get to school. In the movie, it also shows where they live, so if there late
or we don't know where they are, they might just live a bit far away from school.

That was the end of immersion Assembly and my story/writing, hope you enjoyed and feel free
to leave a comment. And I look forward to inquiry and learning new things this term.

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