Monday, 28 January 2019

Interview about Hundertwasserhouse ✏

about Hundertwasser house

Yesterday the 1st-6th grade went to the Hundertwasser house and we interviewed some classmates.

Reporter: How did you arrive there?
Classmate: We arrived with the train and the underground.

Reporter: Did you had a tour guide?
Classmate: Yes we had a tour guide.

Reporter: Who was Hundertwasser?
Classmate: Friedensreich Hundertwasser was an artist and he hated straight lines.

Reporter: What did you see there?
Classmate: We saw his art gallery and the floor was wavy.

Reporter: Why is it called Hundertwasser house?
Classmate: It is really simple, because his family name is Hundertwasser.

Reporter: What was the exciting thing that you saw?
Classmate: That was the wavy floor.

Reporter: Did you take photographs?
Classmate: No we didn't take any pictures because all the pictures were protected. We had to have a distance of 30cm and we did not touch the pictures.

Monday, 21 January 2019

land grabbing / Mindmap👀

👉land grabbing👈

I've made a mindmap about our current topic in school "land grabbing":

                                                                                                                                By Linus Ritsch

Wednesday, 19 December 2018

Merry Christmas


It's Christmas like every year,
and Santa Claus is coming with a reindeer.
And the houses is so clear
with a mother, she is so dear.

The Christmas markets are so wonderful,
with fairy lights so beautiful.
 The ranks are smelling like punch,
and people are buying it for brunch.  

You see on every child
s face a smile,
and it's for Santa just a mile.
In a foggy night you see on sky a red shine,
maybe it's from the mulled wine.

On Christmas eve kids and adults run to the Christmas tree,
and smile so bright because the presents are free.
All say thanks to Santa and Rudolf,
and nobody cries like a baby wolf.

Merry Christmas

by Paul & Jonas 

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

animal quiz 🐴💡🐞


Yesterday we learned a lot about forest animals living in Austria. So I've
 made a nice quiz about animals where you can test your English knowledge. 
Just click here and decide which kind of quiz or game you want to play.
 That's it! Have fun! 😁

By Linus Ritsch

Thursday, 6 December 2018

Film report📽


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We are writing a film review about "Where the wild thinks are" because the movie contains a lot of information about the forest.
The film was released by Jonze and Dave Eggers in 2009.

It's about a nine year old boy who runs away from his family.
Max, who is the main character, is the boy who runs away from home because while he is wearing a wolf costume he runs like a wild animal and bites his mother in her shoulder and the mother sends him to bed without dinner.
But he is so angry that he pushes the door away and runs to the seaside. When he arrives at the sea he gets a boat and sails to an island where the wild things are.
He knows that he will be on his own but he doesn't know that there are creatures.

For most of the time the film takes place in the woods and in the desert.

But what Max does on the island and who he meets….?
Watch the movie and find out for yourself!

I would recommend it because the film is very joyful.

by E&C

Wednesday, 21 November 2018

mind map "FAIRY TALES"

Take a look at our latest blog. This time it's a mind map about fairy tales.
Click on the picture below to enlarge the image.

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Photosynthesis 🍃


our new blog is all about photosynthesis.

how the photosynthesis works:

the photosynthesis  is the process that makes trees and other plants meaningful for us. It's like a coop game, we (humans and animals) give the plants CO2 and the plants give us O2. But not only our normal CO2 usage (without cars and stuff) is enough for air filtration. The plants also need sunlight and water. the plant's leaves absorb water, CO2 and light and put it into their chloroplasts.
Chloroplasts are small organelles inside the plant. Then all 3 ingredients are transformed into glucose and O2 (oxygen). The plant keeps glucose and lets the O2 free because the plant doesn't need the O2 and we breath it in and CO2 out. So it's an endless circle but we stop that endless circle when we chop more and more trees. The photosynthesis is vital for all of us so remember to be green, stop chopping trees, don't eat stuff containing palm oil and be fair to nature.😊

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Thanks for reading