Tag: Literacy

EXPLANATION WRITING

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Idea Notes
1 Tyrone Tangata-Makiri
2 Heare Kutia
3 Tanielu Tele’a

 

Title Future Aspirations 
Introduction

Include an unusual fact. • a vivid description. • ask a question. • tell a brief story

Kia ora, and greetings to you all. Today I will be introducing to you what Future Aspiration is and how many people came. 

What is future aspiration?  Future aspiration is when 3 – 7 people (or more) come and introduce themselves to you and tell you about their journey and career. 

How many people came? There were 6 people that came. Tyrone Tangata-Makiri, Haare Kutia, David Clarke, Tanielu Tele’a, Tia Peleti and Shaniah McCarry. 

Information Reason 1 : 

Tyrone Tangata-Makiri is a good, strong man. He worked as an entrepreneur. An entrepreneur is a person who sets up a business and helps them with money. Tyrone Tangata-Makiri gave out a really good advice: Be an alien rather than a sheep. This means a sheep always follows other sheeps and aliens keep with their own sleeves and doesn’t copy others. 

Reason 2 :

Heare Kutia is a social worker. A social worker provides help and support to people with social issues such as housing, employment, financial or other personal issues. Heare Kutia talked about how she didn’t like reading & writing. 

Reason 3 : Tanielu Tele’a is Mrs Tele’as son. Tanielu Tele’a was a rugby player playing for the blues. When he was little he also used to play touch. A little quote that he gave out was, never give up! Tanielu Tele’a got injured on his knees. He just had his surgery. 
Conclusion

Summarize key points. • Offer an opinion or a suggestion. • Make a prediction. • Explain the topic’s importance.

Tyrone Tangata-Makiri, Heare Kutia and Tanielu Tele’a are very strong people. They will never ever give up on their dreams. They will work hard to follow their dreams and someday they will be successful. Thank you very much Tyrone Tangata-Makiri, Haare Kutia, David Clarke, Tanielu Tele’a, Tia Peleti and Shaniah McCarry for coming over and telling us about your career. 

Thank you very much for listening. 

Ka kite.