Saturday, 19 November 2016

Buddy Novel Study

This is my buddy novel study. I worked with Maia. 
Feedback/Feedforward: I like all your work that you have done on your side. Grace

Market Day Slide

This is my market day side. I worked with Jai and Memphis.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

My Reflection on the market day

Black hat:
:Being told what to do was challenging.
:Blowing up the balloons.
:Trying to work together so hard.

Yellow hat:
:I thought it wos successfull because of those who helped us make the product.
:Itwas fun to see and have people buy our product.

Blue hat:
:little bit more planning and working together.
:Think more about what way work, better so we could make more balloons to sell.


Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Pie graph

Feedback; Great job and I like your pie graph.
Feedforward: Next time you could make your graph a bit tidier.
W.A.l.T. Make different graphs

Monday, 5 September 2016

Maths 3D

Feedback: You did good it the your photography's
Feedforward: You did a description 
W.A.L.T: find 3D shapes
One of our task is were we had to find 3D shapes and here is what I found!

Sunday, 4 September 2016

my research information about my country

W.A.L.T research information about our country
Feedforward: maybe you should fix up your description because it doesn't make sense.
Riley.
Feedback:there are some interesting facts in your slide 
This will help you if you go to Italy. It is full Italy words. 

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Seed to table

Feedforward: It is cool.
Feedback: Good job but next time you could add a description.
Kate.
Description: we learned about food from Italy, and we also got to cook and taste the food.
Walt: cook food from the country we are are researching

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Brazil

Feedforward: Next time work on your spelling please.
Feedback: I think that their are some pretty good facts.
It is ok for me it is the mistakes that worry me Zyd!

 They represent God. Because they have a big statue of Jesus.
They have all kinds of creatures and they do all kinds of sport like soccer.
In Brazil the food looks and tastes yummy. They  have all kinds of fruit too.
When the Olympics is finished they have a big celebration. 

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

CMIYC

Feedback:I think you did good
Feedworward: you need to do the post criteria


CMIYC - Assessment Term 3 2016
Defensive Skills 

     W.A.L.T Intercept the pass - use the targets to assess your progress!                                   
My weight is on the balls of my feet - Red target
My knees are flexed - yellow target
My eyes are on the ball - yellow target
I am concentrating on the timing of the pass - yellow target
I can push off towards the ball to attack the pass - green target
I can tip the ball - yellow target
I can intercept the ball and catch it with two hands - yellow target

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

olympic motto

Feedforward: you did well
Feedback: you need a description 
W.A.L.T: the Olympic motto 

Monday, 8 August 2016

Aroha atu Aroha mai!

Feedback:I have nothing to say you are so good
Feedworward: Zyd you are trying so hard so keep it up
This is Aroha atu Aroha mai 

Sunday, 7 August 2016

Discovery work

Evrey Monday we do discovery :)
Feedback:Nice work.
Feedworward:You need a w.a.l.t and mabey have more words.
W.A.L.T: show excellent in all that we do

Thursday, 4 August 2016

Task 3

Feedback: You done a great job Zyd well done.
Feedforward: Next time you could have an evaluation.

Task Three: The Olympic Flag
Research about the Olympic Flag and then answer the following questions.
                                        
Who designed the Olympic Flag? Baron de Coubertin designed the flag of the Olympics in 1913-1914
In which year was the Olympic Flag designed?
What do the five rings represent? The rings represent the five parts of the world that were joined together in the Olympic movement: the Americas, Australia, Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Why were yellow, black, green, red and blue chosen? Each country has the colour in their flag
Why are the rings interlocked? It’s like everyone coming together as a group
Draw the Olympic Flag.


Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Ko wai Au task one

Ko Ruahine me Tararua nga maunga.
Ko Manawatu te awa
Ko Rangitane ‘toku iwi. 
Ko Dale raua Ko Janet oku matua.
Ko Kyle raua Ko Nicole oku tuakana .
Ko Kyle toku tungane.
Ko Nicole toku tuahine.

He pai Ki ahau e kai ana he panana.
He pai Ki ahau e matakitaki ana te
               Pouaka whakata 
He pai Ki ahau e purei ana te Kemu
                      Wi
Ko Maria Raua Ko Jai Ko Jaydan oku
                      Hoa
Ko wai Au.



Monday, 4 July 2016

Susie and the space nasi

The ship crash landed Susie fond  a robot in the ufo and Oslo an alien: we have to make it in mincraft 
Walt:suzie and the space nights 

Thursday, 30 June 2016

Story telling

It is all about costalason
Walt:story telling 
Feedback:
FEEDForwarD:you Don well but put some more detail in it. Guiana 

Spot's star

Walt:spot'star 

 Sports start is all exercising and having fun.

Feedback: I think you did really well at your batting 

FEEDForwarD: I think you need to get better at keeping an eye on the ball

Image

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Science investigation

Feedback: this is quite a good post besides those mistakes that were there. Ka pair to mahi! Quentin
Feedforward:I have found a lot of mistakes in there or it might be that you need to have spaces between the full stop and the word
Walt:science investigation 

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Zyd's te reo

Feedback: great job zyd I like the sentences you used 👍😄marion
FEEDForwarD:well you could make a verity of sentences 🙂marion
WALT:te reo

Monday, 30 May 2016

ᕼI ᗰᗩTᕼᔕ

 Math is fan and good it is in portent 
Feedback:I think you have done fantastic work Ka pai
FEEDForwarD:next time you can try and strive thurther

ᕼI ᖇᑌᒪE

WALT draw a ruler 
ᖴEEᗪ ᗷᗩᑕK: good 
ᖴEEᗪ ᖴOᖇᗪ: you could have said what you did 

Thursday, 26 May 2016

ᕼI ᔕᑕIEᑎᑕE

ᗯOᒪTE:
ᔕᑕIEᑎᑕE IᑎᐯEᔕTIGᗩTIOᑎ 
ᖴEEᗪᗷᗩᑕK:
ᖴEEᗪᖴOᖇᗯᗩᖇᗪ:

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Science investigation

Description: this is my science investigation take a look.
Feedback/feedforward: wow zyd good job you did a fantastic job a doing this. And we finally got it done! Logan.b😎😏😛
Evaluation: I have done a great gob.

Wednesday, 23 March 2016

WALT write a persuasive argument

Is El Rancho a safe place?
I agree that El Rancho is a good place for a holiday,but some activities are dangerous. Although each activity has rules that help to keep us safe,it is important to listen and do what you are told.  
Firstly, here are some examples about how to stay safe.
Kayaking has life jackets and a paddle. Horse riding,you are given a helmet, and rifles, you are given safety glasses.

Secondly, there are good instructors and of course parents and maybe friends to help and support.

Thirdly, El Rancho is a place where you can meet lots of people from different countries, like Japan, and the Phillipines.  However, the best thing  is the food.  It is delicious. The kitchen staff are friendly, helpful and ever so nice as well.

Therefore  I agree El Rancho is a safe place for holidays and activities because there are lots of people around to help, like instructors and other people who work at El Rancho is for camping because it has everything to
have an enjoyable time.

Description: We had to write about all the things we did at Camp. I agree with the statement and I believe that El Rancho is a good place to be.

Evaluation: Orange target
Feedback: Good work Zyd I think you did really well sorting your paragraph.


Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Geometry passport

Walt position and orientation

Description: the key has symbols in the box. 
I drew the path from the witch is house to hansel and Gretels. It took 4 days. The compass helps them          . 
I like the way you have clear photos but you could have some more detail 






Monday, 21 March 2016

El Rancho


Walt: Build positive relationships
Description: At camp we had to do activities. We had to keep a diary of all the things we did about camp. 
Evaluation : I think I am great and hit the green target 
I like how you have clear photos I think you hit the green target 

Thursday, 3 March 2016

The Story Of Okatia

Retold by Quentin Durston and Tui Joseph.

Many, many centuries ago, when technology wasn't even thought of, there was  an enormous, muscular, mighty totara tree. It was tougher than any other tree that ever lived! In it lived a spirit! His name was Okātia. One day the birds told him something about Moana. He also heard that Moana was bigger than him! He was furious and full of anger! He tugged his roots out of the ground, and he started stomping like a giant dinosaur crushing the trees with his giant roots!

Retold by  Grace Berkeley And Quiana Rastrick

Okātia was tumbling and turning through the forest with rage. The ground shook with power. Okātia demolished the trees as his roots went past. Tāne was enraged, his children were being crushed! Okātia felt even more angry. he didn't want anyone or anything bigger than him! He said that he was the best out of everything! The sea called Okātia and he got more and more determined to get there! The ground shook with lots of power! He started carving the gorge by crushing and destroying the great wall of rock!

Retold by Memphis Winterburn and Zyd E.

When Okātia got through the gorge he found Foxton beach. He was sinking very very fast like he was in quicksand. He didn't like it! Soon he ran into the water and he was drowning in the water as fast as a ferrari on a race track. He was coming a part of the sea. He tasted salt water and it was the most disgusting water he had ever tasted. Okātia was being dragged out into the sea! In a minute or two Okātia was gone far out in the sea and was never seen again.





Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Spider research

I wanted to look at spiders because I read a book about them, and I wanted to know more.  So Marj and I talked to Rosie and asked her if we could do some research.  Then I asked her if I can share it with the whole class.  She said yes.

Here is what I have found.

Spider Research

What I know


  • Spiders make webs
  • they lay eggs
  • they have eight legs
  • wrap flies with silk before they eat them
  • their webs are sticky
  • baby spiders only hatch when they're big enough
  • only some spiders can go on sand
What i want to know

  • how many different spiders there are in New Zealand
  • Does NZ have native spiders?
  • where does the silk come from to make the web

What I've found out about spiders

  • Jumping spiders are small and they don't make webs.  They catch their prey by jumping on them.  They have four pairs of eyes, that's eight altogether.  The female jumping spider lays eggs.  A baby spider is called a spiderling.
  • A Raft spider stands on top of the water and catches insects, tadpoles and even small fish.  A female spider spins a web like a tent to hold her eggs.  She guards them until they hatch.
  • Wolf spiders hunt for food and do not spin webs.  They usually hunt at night and they can see very well.  Their spiderlings live on their mother's backs until they are big enough to hunt.  They've got very strong legs and can run fas to catch heir prey. 
  •     

     
    I was researching spiders and I learnt that some spiders make webs and some spiders don't. After looking at lots of things, I decided to find out about spiders in New Zealand.  Nga pungawerewere o Aotearoa.  Then I thought about the poisonous spiders in New Zealand.  I found out about the katipo and a fake or false katipo.
Katipo

Maori people knew about the spider that was poisonous and they called it Katipo and that means 'night-stinger'.  Katipo live near beaches in the North Island.  Only the grown-up female Katipo bites and a fully grown adult female is about the size of a pea.  They are shy/whakama and will probably only bite if they get squashed by people.


The false katipo is shiny black or dark brown and just about the size of a real katipo. You can tell each kind of spider by the marks on their puku. It lives at beaches too, just like the real katipo. It's really common in our houses and in our gardens.  Ag told me that she finds the false katipo in her garden.
In most parts of Wellington the real katipo has been replaced by the false katipo. This false katipo does bite people but not super bad like the real katipo.


I know lots about spiders now and next term I want to find out about worms.
















Bibliography
My first book of bugs and spiders.   Dee Phillips  ticktock Media Ltd 2006

Thursday, 25 February 2016

Addition and subtraction

W.A.L.T: use tidy numbers 

Image 


Description: I have been using tidy numbers. I round to the nearest 10 by adding a number to one  side  
and take away the same number on the other side. 

Evaluation: I think I did good but can do better. 
You did really good and I like your strategies 


Monday, 15 February 2016

Jumping off a Sandcliff

  
 When I went camping and I  found a sharp stick.
I started mining some blocks.
I made the blocks with sand and I made a cliff out of sand, so I could jump off it.
My family and I always camp at the same place. The name of the place is Himatangi.
We went to Himatangi in our car.