Friday, 16 May 2014

Anna Milk For School

Milk for Schools
WALT: write an explanation about the Milk for Schools programme and use effective sentences.
Topic: Milk for Schools
Audience: PES, whanau, worldwide blog audience.
Purpose: To explain to people what the Milk for Schools programme is about.
Text type: Explanation
Key Vocabulary and Sentence Beginnings:
milk, Fonterra, carton, recycling, protein, Anchor, milkman, calcium, bones, strong, muscles, fridge, vitamins, engage your brain in learning, nutrients, teeth
Helpful Links: Milk for Schools clip
P1: Introduction: Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?

P2: The first reason why milk is important is...

P3: The second reason why milk is important is...

P3: Conclusion
Edit your writing:
Once you have finished make sure you have checked your work for spelling, capital letters, full stops and other punctuation. Does your writing say what you want it to say? Is it good enough to put on your blog?
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Start writing here:

Fonterra Milk for Schools is a program for school children to get milk every day at school .Each week, a milk truck comes to the school with boxes of milk which get put into a refrigerator. One person from every class takes enough milk from the box to their classroom. Every student gets a carton of milk to drink. Once you have drunk it dry, you need to fold it up and put it in the recycling bin.

Milk makes you run faster and swim faster and make your brain work and and makes your bones stronger. It gives energy to play and learn. The calcium in the milk helps to make your bones and teeth strong, which is important so you don’t break a lot of bones.  

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