Friday, 29 July 2016

today we learn what 3D printing is, and how we use it.

here is a link to mine and Warisha's slide .

Warisha and Savannah's 3D LEARNING

Thursday, 28 July 2016

My CARE Progress

I have done a check of my CARE progress so far this year.

I am proud of my progress / I am doing ok / I feel I could do much better.

Because I need to record my ticks more often.

How far away are you from reaching your BRONZE?
I am really close to achieving my bronze.

The area of CARE that I need to try harder in is ? C / A / R / E

To achieve my BRONZE award quicker I need to? record my care ticks more often.

The one thing that I can do to improve my progress in CARE is? the same as the above.

We will review CARE progress again at the end of the term.

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Screen Shot 2014-10-09 at 11.04.56 am.pngI can apply my knowledge of adverbial clauses and connectives to see how ideas are linked in texts.

For reading I have been learning about adverbial clauses. I have found this learning fun and helpful because I have learnt what an adverbial clause and a connective.

In this activity ( I describe a what a connective and adverbial clause is ) I had to research what an connective and adverbial clause was and then write it out in a sentience.

Friday, 8 July 2016

Term 2 Te Reo Reflection

Term 2 Te Reo Reflection





Extended Abstract
I can say 1-5 words about celebrations in te Reo Maori.  
With help, I can ask and answer several questions about celebrations, using te Reo Maori.
I can ask and answer several questions about celebrations,using Te Reo Maori.
I can ask and answer a range of questions about celebrations,using Te Reo Maori. I can teach others these questions and answers.

In Te Reo this term I have been learning about using vocabulary around food (Kai) and celebrations (Ngā hākari)

Here are some sentences, with English translation in brackets, that I can say confidently (list 3-4). 

He pai ki a koe nga / te ropere ? ( do you like strawberry's) He pai ki ahau nga / te ropere. (I like strawberry's) 

( I Whaea: Whakatika te tēpu koutou. ( correct the table )
Child 1: He aha ō mātou pirangi? ( what do we need?)
Whaea: "Tama".......tīkina atu he paraoa,"Hine"......tīkina atu he pata,"Paora".....tīkina atu he mīti,"Tīpene"......tīkina atu he pata pīnati,......& so on.
Tama,Hine,Paora, & Tīpene are all names of people. Make up some other characters if you like and give them all the same command....."tīkina atu he","go away and fetch... "When they have returned with their item have them say 
"ānei he (item)".....(here is the________ ).
Whaea: Ae!.......kā pai tō koutou mahi. ( good job you lot )

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Music Reflection

I can describe the characteristics of music from songs of a different time and place

Over the past 7 weeks I have been learning to describe the characteristics of music from songs of a different time and place

I can describe these characteristics in a piece of music… (list them below and explain what they are)
  1. Rhythm is a repeated sound .
  2. Timbre is the special sounds in a piece of music .
  3. Form is the why something bulids up or down.
  4. Harmony is minor harmony or major harmony .( happy , sad )
  5. Melody is the part that gets stuck in your head .

Here is an example of my learning Musical characteristics from songs from 3 different time periods