Thursday, 19 February 2015

USE YOUR WITS



I am going to explain to you how you can you use your WITS can help you by not getting in trouble and not going on detention not hitting that other person back and other stuff. Also at Pt england school we use our WITS if you get in trouble.



W is for walk away and that means if someone is in trouble you could tell them to walk away. Also nobody will get hurt. You should walk away during a fight.

I is for Ignore it. For Example : If someone swears to you you could just ignore them. You can also not listen to them if there saying mean words.

T is for talk about it means if someone is arguing with you can just talk with them. If your friend is being mean to you you can just talk about it and say is were still friends.

S is for seek help it means if someone is going to have a fight with you can just call a teacher. When someone is hurt and they are really sore you can seek help.


By using your WITS it can help you a lot If you're in trouble. Also did you know that at Pt England school we use The three p’s which stand for Partnership,Protection and participation.


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Partners Name
                                    
Explanation Writing Assessment


Needs work
Getting there
Got it!
Title
No title or title doesn't have to do with the topic.
Title has to do with the topic but doesn't give very much information. (e.g. “Snails.”).
Title gives information about what the explanation will tell you (e.g. “How snails eat.”).
Paragraphs
Explanation is not broken into paragraphs.
Explanation has paragraphs but it does not have one idea per paragraph.
Explanation has one idea per paragraph, and includes an introduction and summary.
Vocabulary
There are no special words that relate to your topic.
There are some special words that relate to your topic, but some are missing.
All the special words that relate to your topic are there.
Grammar
Doesn't use joining words like because or so to show cause and effect.
Doesn't use timeless present tense.
Sometimes uses joining words to show cause and effect. Mostly uses timeless present tense.
Uses joining words to show cause and effect whenever this is needed. Always uses timeless present tense.
Sequencing
Explanation of events is not in sequence.
Explanation of events is mostly in sequence.
Explanation of events is in sequence.
Punctuation
Hardly ever uses full stops, commas and capital letters correctly.
Usually uses capital letters, commas and full stops correctly.
Almost always or always uses capital letters, commas and full stops correctly.


My next step is (Cut and paste something you have not yet got here)






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