Wednesday, 16 November 2016

PrEP/Market Day reflections.

Yellow/What was successful: Finishing the product because it took a while for us to decide what to make for market day, it took a long time to decide how we could make it and it took a VERY long time to get to the actual thing.

Black/What was challenging: Trying to save up iPhone cases for the reserved because almost EVERYONE wanted one. I had to try and hide some with Arisha, it turned out fine after a while.

Blue/What could you do next time: Try and get more iPhone cases to keep in stock because we ran out pretty quickly. 

Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Market day slide

Here is my slide for Market day. We are making iPhone cases.

Monday, 7 November 2016

Buddy novel study slide

Here's our slide Arisha and I did. We had to read a book and make a Prediction, A summary, interesting words, synonyms, definitions and sentences.

Te reo poster

Here is a poster about my product for Market Day.

Sunday, 6 November 2016

Math challenge

Here are my pie graphs. I went around the class and asked Fyfe, Hayley and Arisha to give me an answer. Hayley got it right, Fyde heard the answer and Arisha gave up. I made an easy version (Because I did it wrong) And I made a normal version.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Our group routine

W.A.L.T: Make a routine

Feedback: You did fantastic because you were in time with your group.
Feedforward: I think that you need to work onpointing your feet . Fyfe .

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Treasure hunt

I've been wandering around the school looking for specific shapes. The only one I couldn't find was the   Rectangular prism & the Triangular prism






Rectangle (drawn)


Circle (drawn)


Sunday, 4 September 2016

England Slide

 W.A.L.T: Share facts about countries

I researched all my facts about England, copied and pasted the facts onto a doc and then I wrote them into my own words. England is a country filled with historical information that's awesome.
My favourite fact was their tradition in foods. I love Fish'n Chips!

Feedback: Really good Jhaz! Great information too!
Feedforward: For the landmarks you could have put in when it was built in, for example: Big Ben was built in 1288. But I dont expect you to put in when the stonehenge was built in... nobody knows!

Marked by Marion Õ3Õ

I get a green target.

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Thank You Card & Seed to Table

W.A.L.T: Cook food from the country we are researching!

This is a Thank You card I made for Marata in Seed To Table.
We made Cottage Pie and Eton Mess, Also known as an Apple Pavlova Pudding. We didn't have any Apples so we used bananas. I wasn't a big fan of Pavlova, but with the whipped cream and Bananas, it tasted fine.
I was making the Pudding with Marion, although she didn't get to do that much.  

It says: Thank you Marata for giving up your time and helping us cook. Also, for helping me when I hit my hand on the stove.

By Jhaz.

And here are some photos of us cooking.



Feedback: I love the photos Jhaz
Feedforward: Maybe next time you could have a photo of the food when it was finished.

Marked by Hayley.  

Closing comments for Feedback & Feedforward: It took for a while to set up my Ipad. After I got it ready, everyone was eating. So the food was gone before I took a photo.
Maybe I should take a photo of where the food is now.

Sunday, 28 August 2016

Isometric dot shape

We had to make a 3D sketch of a house using Isometric dot paper.

Wednesday, 24 August 2016

3D shapes. Maths

I made a cube and a triangle.
The cube has 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 corners (or Vertices)
And it is parallel, which means it is opposite and untouchable from the inside.
The triangle has 5 faces, 8 edges and 5 corners (or Vertices)

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

CMIYC- Assesment Term 3

This is my CMIYC Assesment
I think I did well so far. (( We are having Technical difficulties with the video ))
Feedback: you did great 
Feedforward: you could have a longer description 
Marked by Grace 

I give myself a Yellow Target

Sunday, 14 August 2016

Discovery time

Feedback:  Jhaz explanations very clear, such as, the challenges you identified about organization with the dough, matching colors as well, ready for packing away. What you would do differently working on your artistic skills with paint.  Your thoughts to move away from sketching, changing direction.  Very good.
Feedforward: in order to help others and yourself overcome tiredness, may be do some deep breathing, and learn to relax at the start of the specific activity. 
Marked by Whaea Metarina (Nan).

Monday, 8 August 2016

Task Six: Brazil

This is the map for most of the people that compete in the world
And this is all the information I've found about Brazil
I have made it into a snazzy looking poster! Check it out
Feedback:you did great and you have really clear photos, and it is very snazzy
Feedforward: you could have a longer description 
Grace o3O

I think I get a green target

Olympic mascots: Task Five

About Vimicius:
He is named after the Poet Bossa Nova.
Vimicius should have been seven years old, but his age is not counted like ours, so nobody knows his exact age. He liked playing, jumping, running and smiling. He is a mixture of the Brazilian animals. His favourite thing is making new friends, and meeting people from all over the world. His best friend is the 2016 Paralympic games mascot. He lived in a tree in the Tajuka forest; he spreads joy around the world and celebrates friendships between people at the super sports event.

About Tom:
He got his name from the songs of Brazil.
He's the Paralympic games mascot. He was born when the Paralympic games came to Rio on the 2 of October 2009. He knows all the secrets of nature and he understands with creativity, intellegence and determination, anyone can achieve whatever they want. He like reading books;  likes the Samba, and Brazilian music. His best friend is the Olympic games mascot.  He likes playing lots of instruments; he makes the most of photosynthesis or sunbathing.

How can this Motto be applied to everyday life?
My motto for excellence is to enjoy what I do, be creative and to give everything I do my best performance.

This is my Olympic mascot named Kia Kaha.
Which means: Stay Strong.

The colours on the wings represent the Height of the Parrot as it flies.
The spots on the tail represents the Speed of a Jaguar.
The Kiwi represents the Strength and New Zealand.

Te Reo Maori: Kei Reira, Koia Kei A

Olympic symbols: Task Four

Aroha atu, Aroha mai Poster

Sunday, 7 August 2016