Wednesday, 30 September 2015
Tuesday, 22 September 2015
If you want to be a politician you have to work very hard. Another way to become politician is you can shake signs on the side of the road. It is a bit embarrassing and sometimes people say bo bo and some say yay. Do you want to get elected? You have to have a lot of people vote for you. When you are trying to get votes, you have to pamphlets and knock on doors. Politicians are brainy so you have to be brainy. You also can ask people politely to vote for you. I can tell you one thing you should never give up on yourself.
Politicians work in both Wellington and their local electorate. Politicians go to parliament which is in Wellington, there are 120 chairs and they have a big argument. The argument starts by one of the people that disagree with the laws and someone that does agree with the laws. Politicians wake up at the time about at 4am and they go back to bed at 10.30 pm. Politicians collect taxes from your parents. Then the politicians give money to the hospitals, school and retired people. Politicians work with Jon Key.
Sunday, 20 September 2015
Thursday, 17 September 2015
One day I might become a firefighter because they save people. I also want to be a firefighter because they are very cool and they help people and take any risk. I want to be a firefighter because firefighters are very very respectful . I can also be a firefighter because I am not afraid and I don't back out.
Tuesday, 8 September 2015
Kojo is a hardworking boy from Ghana who is very poor. When Kojo. Kojo had to sell firewood to make money. Now that Kojo's father passed away Kojo had to quit school too.
When Kojo's mother receives a loan from some village families she gives some money to her son Kojo. He is a sensible boy so he bought a hen. Kojo had to have two eggs one for Kojo and one for his mother. Kojo started selling some eggs to raise money.
Kojo sells his eggs at the market to buy more hens. Kojo studies school for six months . When Kojo gets an ideas to buy a chicken farm he went to the bank to ask for a loan to buy a chicken farm. When Kojo got his chicken farm he started buying more hens.
Kojo soon grew up to be a wealthy man. When Kojo had grandchildren they helped him pick the eggs for he was an old man then Kojo was a very helpful man and he lived happily ever after. The End