Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Games with minimal or no equipment.

In PE we have been participating in a variety of games that require little or no equipment.
Below is the Matrix which shows our progression in this unit of learning.

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The table below shows my understanding of games with minimal or no equipment.

Examples of Games that need minimal or no equipment.
What equipment would we usually need to play these games.  
Why do we play games with minimal or no equipment?
Tag Games Bibs and conesencase we have no equipment 

My Strengths.  
Some things that I have done well during this unit of learning are play games with no or minimal equipment because this is our task

My Next Steps.
Some things I could improve on when playing games with minimal or no equipment absolutely no equipment because that's our task

Friday, 3 March 2017

Friday, 25 November 2016

Assessment Task

Link To Assessment Task

1. $60 that has 30% off is $42, $72 with 40% off is $43.20... In case the first thing is the cheapest.

2. $120 with 30% off is $84, $96 with 20% off is $76.80...In case the second thing is the cheapest.
3. $48 with 30% off is $33.60, $68 with 45% off is $37.40... In case the first thing is the cheapest.
4.  $86 with 30% off is $60.20, $64 with 25% off is $48...In  case the second thing is the cheapest.

1. If you bought one of each of the items what is the cheapest amount of money that you could spend $200.40
2. If you bought one of each of the items what is the most amount of money you could spend $224.80
3. How much would you save if you bought all the cheapest items in the stores $200.40

Monday, 21 November 2016

Taking Action - Milan Stirling

I can take action to improve the water cycle in Canterbury

In this project I was working with Leeana and we decided to create a children's book

Here is a link what we made Me and Leanna's Book

In this project we decided that our success criteria were: (list the criteria you created on slide 7)
1. Work and Decide how were gonna write our story
2. Write our story
3. Edit it
4. Make it on story Jumper
5. Show it to some people and ask for their opinion 

Overall our project met the criteria because it followed our plan and
was colorful, easy to read and fits our purpose

The Key concepts to the Marae

We have focussed on some key concepts when doing this learning.
These are listed and explained in the table below.

Definition -
give the meaning of these concepts in your own words.
A kind of way Maori do things 
A welcoming 
Tangata whenua
Describing Maori people 
Local people entering the marae 
Its the home base 
The connection between the local and Maori people
Respecting the elders 

See this video for an explanation of the roles and responsibilities of people on a marae.

Something I would like to learn more about the marae is the speech as the people of the marae welcome the local into there land

Friday, 1 July 2016

The things I enjoyed most about my SLC were:getting my family to come over and learn about what iv'e been doing in class and what tasks i'm doing

What went well and why?
i think my reading went well because i showed a lot of key points and now they really understand what standard i'm at and what i need help with

What were the challenges you faced when preparing and presenting your SLC?
i found it challenging because having to prepare for SLC and getting my SML done now that was the hard part

What changes would you make for next time and why?
probably fixing the maths goal like giving it a eg: and then writing one of my question

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Visual Art

Visual Art:
WALT: Apply knowledge about shapes and patterns derived from nature into an original artwork

For Visual Art the SOLO level I achieved was extended abstract because i know all the techniques and how to use them

I techniques I used in my art work to achieve this level were glaceing moving water colors and shading

Here is a photo of my artwork ---->

My next step in visual art is i don't have one i'm extended abstract