Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Science Planning House

Today for science LS1 made plastic out of milk. We had to do a Science Planning House to write down the results. In the end the experiment succeeded and we had created plastic out of milk.  

Saturday, 12 March 2016

LS1 Art Group Photo Story

This is a photo story I have created. It is about my art group I am in, we did our art on Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.

Friday, 11 March 2016

Reflecting on my Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein themed portrait.

 Reflecting on my Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein themed portrait.

1. Are you pleased with your Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein themed portrait? why / why not?  Yes, because I have worked hard very on them.

2. What did you find easy when you created your Pop Art portrait?  Doing the dots for the Roy Lichtenstein portrait.

3. What part did you find tricky when you were creating your portrait? -think about tracing round your face, outlining your face using a black marker pen, dabbing areas using the dye, dying the background, dotting your areas, colouring block areas and lettering. Doing the background for my Andy Warhol work being I didn’t want to smudge my other areas.

4. Who / What helped you when you were creating your Pop Art portrait? Miss Paton told me what to do.

5. What would you do differently next time? Think about: tracing around your face, features on your face, dabbing the dye colours, colour choice, photograph, time management skills, dotting your paper, colouring in block areas, lettering. The background because I used too much dye and it looked patchy.

6. What frustrated you when you created your Andy Warhol  and Roy Lichtenstein themed art work? Andy Warhol / Doing the background because there would be a dark patch and then a light patch all over the artwork. Roy Lichtenstein / Doing the face because some spots I couldn’t  tell if the part I was colouring was hair or skin.

Thursday, 10 March 2016

KWL Wallabies

KWL Chart
Before you begin your research, list details in the first two columns. Fill in the last column after completing your research.

What I am learning:
What I know
What I want to learn
What I learned
They are carried in their mother's pouch.

To run they hop.

To attack they jump up and use their feet to kick.

Wallabies have a good sense.

They are really strong.

They are fast.

A Wallaby is a baby Kangaroo.

How can you tell if a Wallaby is a Male or Female?

Are there other breeds for Kangaroos?

What is a Wallabies biggest fear?

If a Wallaby was by itself in the wilderness how does it plan it’s attack on it’s prey?

When did Wallabies first arrive to New Zealand?

How many Wallabies are there in the world?

How did Wallabys get their names?
Wallabies were introduced to New Zealand over a hundred years ago.

A new born Wallaby is called a Joey.

If you ever see a Joey you need to get a permit from the Department Conservation.

When a Joey is born it finds it’s way into its mother's pouch and stay in there drinking milk from the mother’s nipple for about eight months.

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Narrative Burger Plan/ The Korio Mine

Today I had to do a narrative burger plan for my narrative I'm writing. The story is about me and Vance playing rugby, but then my jandal fall's down a hole and when I try to get it I fall down, and Vance follows me down. Then we get stuck in there.

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Andy Warhol Fact's

This is my presentation on Andy Warhol. I learnt lots of information on where he was born, who he worked with and what era of art his artworks were made.

Prototec Basic Fact's Sheet

Today I went on Prototec Basic Facts and did level five and only got one wrong. So I guess I have to learn 100-37.

XtraMath Reflection

This is my reflection on my XtraMath scores. I am doing well, and I am doing good with 7-5, 10-7, 9-4,  11-5, 13-6 and 18-9, but I need to work on 12-9, 13-7 and 16-7.