Monday, 19 June 2017

Fidget Spinners - persuasive writing





Fidget spinners have been very popular in our school recently. Some people (students and teachers)think that they are okay in the classroom and others think that they are a distraction from the work. Should Fidget Spinners be allowed in class during class time or not?

Please read our work and help us to make a decision. Share your thoughts on our survey link.
Year 8 Persuasive Writing
Year 7 Persuasive Writing
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Josh R
Nyah
Tara
Jack
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Ryan



10 comments:

  1. Hi Jack from Paroa here, great work room 1 it was very interesting to hear all your different opinions. Next time you could work on having all the links public.

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  2. Kia ora Ruma Tahi,
    What a great idea to create a survey to encourage others to share their thoughts. Did you get many people filling in your survey? What were the results? I have listened to some of your video clips (some are not able to be accessed due to sharing settings) and have noticed that the ones I watched were opposed to fidget spinners. What is the rule at your school? I did learn that fidget spinners have been around for WAY longer than I realised!
    Tania

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  3. Hi my name is Jericho from Panmure Bridge School
    This was a great idea to make a survey on if you are aloud to keep fidget spinners in class. It also was very persuasive.

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  4. Kia Ora Ruma Tahi me and my buddy enjoyed you blog post.We think fidget spinners should not be allowed in the classroom because we think that they are a detraction.
    From Yana and Mylee

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  5. Hello Ruma Tahi, my name is AJ and I am from Panmure Bridge School in Auckland. I really enjoyed reading your post. I also liked listening to your reasons on why you think fidget spinners should and shouldn't be allowed at school.

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  6. Hi Ruma Tahi, I am Oh Hsen from Panmure Bridge School in Auckland. All of you have different reasons on why they should or shouldn't be banned. A few of the links didn't give me access, so it would be great you could fix that. I think we should allow them in school but not during class/learning time.

    Oh Hsen

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  7. Hi Ruma Tahi
    My name is Sylis and I go to Panmure Bridge School. I think that what you guys are doing is cool. I also liked listening to everyone give there opinion about fidget spinners.

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  8. Hi my name is Eric and I am from panmure bridge school,
    I really work about fidget spinners. I have filled you survey and I agree that we should not allow fidget spinners at school. Really Well Done.

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  10. Hi. My name is Sanujan and I am a student at Panmure Bridge School. I really like the fact that you've used screencastify to express what you think. I also like the way that you created a survey on whether you should allow fidget spinners in class rooms. I personally think that you should not because they distract students. Anyway this is a great piece of work. KEEP IT UP.

    Yours Sincerely
    Sanujan

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