Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Extension Reflection

This year extension was really fun.
The first term Was about the treaty of waitangi and game design. We had to come up with a game to explain the treaty of waitangi.
The second term was all about Technology, navigation, coding and game making, and finding a solution to world problems. We had to try and design something that could make recycling easier.
For term 3 we focused on science and the living world. Sustainability for our Lakes and Oceans. We also had to create our Film festival movie.
Term 4 was all about UV light. We had to learn about how the light works and what energy it gives off as well as create a UV sensor that tells us the levels of UV light.


Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Letters Home

Task Description: For this task I had to write etters in two different perspectives. First a sodier in ireland during WW1. Then a mother worrying for her child. I like work like this i've done it a few times and i wish we did it more. I posted it onto my blog with all the qualities that make a high standard blog post.

Static Image

Task Descirption: For this task Room 4 Literacy Had to identify what a static Image is by identifying the use of signs symbols Font and colour. We looked at symbols first then we looked at Fonts and colours. I really like the concept of Static Image. I posted the presentation onto my blog with a Walt on the presentation a Title, a Task Description and Labels.

Monday, 18 November 2019

The Sniper

Task Description: For this task I made a copy of the presentation, and put it into my reading folder. I then read the text. I was given a list of words that were, new to all of the members of the class, and we had to find the definition. On top of that we had to answer questions about the book. We were mainly thinking about language features and which words the author uses. I then posted it onto my blog with Title a Walt, Labels and a Task Description.

DMIC Maths Week 5

Walt: Take risks to share our mathematical thinking.

Task Description: For this task I went down to the mat with my DMIC groups. I then discussed the problem with my group and teacher. Once I had finished that I went to my desk ad finished this presentation that helped me reflect on my DMIC maths work.

Monday, 11 November 2019

Sorting Organisms

 As you can see i have labeled the cell and the parts of it that connect to DNA in order from largest to smallest.
This is a picture of my labeled animals that are also ordered in smallest to largest.