Friday, 26 February 2016

active and busy listening

Description: In learning today we made a video about all the types of listening.You could to active or busy or or me to listening. We made a busy and active video.  


image: Hope you enjoy

Big idea: The learning is active listening or me to and busy listening. Active listening is where you are using eye contact and asking questions about there theme. Me to listening is when some one is talking about how they went to rainbows end. The other person talks about how they went to Disney land. Busy listening is when someone is talking to you and the other person is not listening.

Evaluation: I think I did well on my video  because I pronounced it write but next time I will put all three things in.

Feedback: I like how you took turns instead of 1 person just recording.
Feedforward: Next time you could add the me too listening on there too.

Thursday, 11 February 2016

maths

description: Today in maths we did this car game and james said to make your own game so we did. Me and finis did it today.

big idea: we made a own digital game of the card game


Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Waitangi Day post

Description: today we learnt about Waitangi Day. Nic, Elly and troy made a slide about it. Waitangi Day is about when the British came to New Zealand to sign a treaty for the land.

Questions for Waitangi Day 
1: Where did the British sleep? After that, New Zealand became a colony of Britain and Māori became British subjects. What did the treaty say? that the New Zealand and British lived together from that day forward.

2: Which island did they find first? North Island 


3: Did they purchase rangatoto? Traditional Maori Waitangi Day celebrations at Waitangi, Bay of Islands. ... The Treaty made New Zealand a part of the British Empire, guaranteed Māori rights ... In 1932, Governor-General Lord Bledisloe and his wife purchased and presented  ...

4: Why did the maori let the British bye land? In the late 1830s the British government became concerned about how land was being obtained from Māori. Action was ...

5: What island cost more? South or North? Feb 5, 2014 - Waitangi Day celebrations in the Far North could be ... Fine Waitangi Day weather for most of NZ ... gradually build across the South Island in the coming days. ... east coast of the North Island by Saturday, before clearing away ...

6: When did they get to the South Island? From the British point of view, the Treaty gave Britain  over New ... feel that the Crown did not fulfil its obligations under the Treaty, and have presented .... of the boundaries of New South Wales to include the islands of New Zealand.

7: What type of boat? A sale boat

8: Why was it named Waitangi Day? 
Waitangi Day (named after Waitangi, where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed) commemorates a significant day in the ...

Tuesday, 2 February 2016

One word

 Description: my word is inspire. I want to inspire people to do stuff that they never tried. Like if someone wanted to be house leader, school ambassador or road partroller. They thought they wouldn't make it I would say "just do it". I would help people think about what they need to write and explain why they want to do it.

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