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Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Summer Learning Journey: Week 2: Day 1 Activity 1

Today I did the first activity for day one of week 2 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to find a picture of a famous Cathedral, and blog about it. We needed to blog it's name, where it is located, how long it took to build, and hen it was finished. We couldn't do it on the St Joseph's though, so I chose to do it on the Notre Dame.

Image of Cathedral:
Information:

Name: Notre Dame

Location: Paris

Building Time: Almost 200 Years!

When Finished: In 1163

Summer Learning Journey: Day 5 BONUS ACTIVITY

Today I did the bonus activity for day 5 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to come up with 4 questions to ask Bill Kini. Bill Kini got gold for being the best heavy weight boxer in the 1960's.

Here are my questions:

1. How did your family support you during this event?

2. Were you inspired by someone to become a heavy weight boxer?

3. How many years have you been a boxer?

4. How did you react when you got given a gold medal?

Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Summer Learning Journey: Day 5 Activity 2

Today I did the second activity for day 5 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to find three things that you could do at Waitangi, and list them off as what we want to do the most.

All activities found from THIS SITE

1: Golf
2: Mountain Bike Park
3: Waitangi Treaty Grounds Tour

Summer Learning Journey: Day 5 Activity 1

Today I did the first activity for day 5 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to translate 5 phrases into English and Maori. This was an easy activity, but is a very good language exercise.

  1. Nau mai ki Aotearoa. = NAUs from New Zealand
  2. ____ is my name. = Ko Jack toku ingoa
  3. What is your name? = he aha to ingoa?
  4. He pai taku ki te takaro i te whutupaoro. = I like to play rugby
  5. Where do you come from? = No hea koe?

Summer Learning Journey: Day 4 BONUS ACTIVITY

Today I did the bonus activity for day 4 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to listen to 3 performances, and rate them from best to worst. Now, all of these performances were good, but this is only my opinion.

1. Te Puku o Te Ika Because this one in my opinion was all in sync, and had a nice tune to it.

2. Tamatea Arikinui Because this one had a good sync to it, but not as much.

3. Te Iti Kahurangi Because this one added a lot of suspense, but that wasn't enough to change where I would put this.

Summer Learning Journey: Day 4 Activity 2

Today I did the second activity for day 4 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to find a Maori game, and talk about 3 things.
1. What's the name
2. Your goal
3. Two rules
The game that I found was a game called Poi Toa tag. Your goal for this game is to eliminate all players. To play, you need to all have a Poi, and try to hit everyone else with your Poi to get them out. Once you're hit, you're out.

Summer Learning Journey: Day 3 BONUS ACTIVITY

Today I did the bonus activity for day 3 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to ask our family members the 2 things they like doing the most in summer. Here we go.

Brother:
1. Making Movies
2. Swimming

Mum:
1. Sitting in the hot sun
2. Meeting up with the family for Christmas

Dad:
1. Swimming
2.  Camping

Summer Learning Journey: Day 4 Activity 1

Today I did the first activity for day 4 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to listen to a bunch of Waiata's (Maori Songs), and choose the one that we liked the most, and explain why. I listened to quite a few songs, and found this song. I couldn't find the name for the song, but a link to the YouTube video is Here. I like this song because it has instruments as well as singing, and has a really nice tune to it.

Summer Learning Journey: Day 3 Activity 2

Today I did the second activity for day 3 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to write a Pepeha about us. We were given a sample pepeha, so I chose to use the ones in there that I knew.

My pepeha:

Ko Maungarei maunga    The mountain that I affiliate to is Mount Wellington
Ko Tamaki te awa          The river that I affiliate to is Tamaki
Ko New Zealand ahau I am from New Zealand
Ko Jeffrey rāua ko Alison ōku mātua  My parents are Jeffrey and Alison
Ko Jack tōku ingoa. My name is Jack

Summer Learning Journey: Day 3 Activity 1

Today I did the first activity for day 3 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we had to answer one question, and explain why. Our question was, would you want to live in a big family with about 8 - 9 siblings in the 1800's, and why or why not. My answer to that is, no, I wouldn't want to be a part of a family so big. The reason being that I would have to share with ALL of them. So getting a present for myself would now be a present for ALL of us.

Summer Learning Journey: Day 2 BONUS ACTIVITY

Today I did the bonus activity for day 2 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to blog about our favourite food, and explain why we like it. My favourite food is a hash brown, and the reason why I like it is because it has a very nice flavour, and it can be cooked soft, or crunchy.

Picture:
Image result for hashbrown Photo by Whitebox CC BY SA 3.0

Monday, 18 December 2017

Summer Learning Journey: Day 2 Activity 2

Today I did the second activity for day 2 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity we needed to draw ourselves doing our dream job. My dream job is to be a digital animator, and that's why you can see me holding a pen, and drawing on a drawing tablet. This took quite a while to draw, but in the end, I don't think it turned out that well, but it's good enough.


Summer Learning Journey: Day 2 Activity 1

Today I did the first activity for day 2 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to compare our own house, to a Wharepuni. (This is where the Maori people would sleep). We needed to show two similarities, and two differences. So here we go.

Similarities:
Both a Wharepuni and my house have a roof and walls.
Both a Wharepuni and my house have windows and a door.

Differences:
A Wharepuni has carvings, and my house doesn't.
My house has a second story, while a Wharepuni does't.

Summer Learning Journey: Day 1 BONUS ACTIVITY

Today I did the bonus activity for day 1 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to watch a video of the Waka Ama race. We needed to say in our blogpost whether we would like to do it, and why. 

Here's my answer:
I would enjoy this type of race. It gets you outside, and includes a lot of strength. The reason on why I would love to do something like this is because I love Kayaking, and this race shares a lot of similarities to it.

Summer Learning Journey: Day 1 Activity 2

Today I did the second activity for day one of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we had to pretend that we were one of the few people that travelled to New Zealand. We needed to write a small note about how we would feel about leaving our homeland, and travelling to a whole new place.

Note: I am one of the few people who are leaving my homeland, to go to a new country. I don't know how this whole scenario will turn our, but I hope that if there are people there, they are friendly. I have just said goodbye to my family, entered one of the waka's, and I'm now setting sail. I hope that I make it there safe, and that I don't have to fight for any land to take ownership of.

Summer Learning Journey: Day 1 Activity 1

Today, I did the first activity for day 1 of the Summer Learning Journey. For this activity, we needed to find three facts about Maui's giant fish. This is a well known Maori story, and it has become today's activity. We had to find these facts from This Site, and then had to blog all three.

Fact 1: Maui is well known for catching one of the biggest fish ever seen. Although his brothers never thought he would catch even a bit of seaweed! Maui showed them otherwise, he had used an ancestors jawbone, and his own blood as bait.

Fact 2: After Maui had caught this humongous fish, he told his brothers to stay by the fish, and to guard it as he went to alert his village people. Instead, as Maui left the two brothers alone, they rapidly attacked the fish, claiming chunks of it as their own. Once Maui had arrived back, he, and other people saw the greedy brothers.

Fact 3: After centuries of time, this fish eventually became the land known as the North island of Aotearoa, and Maui's canoe became the South island.

Friday, 15 December 2017

Other: TablesTest

Today I did the first level of TablesTest. TablesTest is a small program that helps you with your times tables, but also helps you with your reflexes. To play TablesTest, you chose your level, press the Let's Go button, and you will be timed for each multiplication question. In total there are ten questions to answer, and I got them all right in 1 - 4 seconds. The challenging part of TablesTest is finding the answer, because there are multiple answers that come up, and you have to find the correct one.


Can Do: Free Rice

Today I played the synonym edition for free rice. In the end I managed to donate 200 grains of rice, meaning I answered 20 questions correctly.


Blog Commenting: My Comment I've Published

Today I posted a comment on Alex's blogpost showing his comment on my blogpost.

Blogpost Link: Click Here

My Comment:


Maths: That's My Money Results

L.I: To manage finances and profit.

This week for maths, we had the same must do as last week, so let me get what I wrote last week, and put into this post. Our activity purpose was to learn how to be smart with money, and what to spend it on. We had a lot of extensions towards this, them being taxes, rent, insurance, lotto, and disasters. I'll start off by talking about how we started. When we started, we all had $50 in our balance, and the most common way of earning money would be playing prototec.co.nz. Prototec is a test with different stages, and depending on what stage you do, you would earn more or less depending on the difficulty. Although, this week, it was different. The most common way to earn money was to now make DLO's. So that's what I did, I made 22 DLO's at home, and about 7 at school. This was a lot better, considering that DLO's give you $25! So adding on what I got last week, I made it to, $1,021.50 INCLUDING RENT AND INCOME TAX! I really really like these past two weeks, they've allowed us to understand how to use money, and how to spend it.


Reading: T.V News Report

L.I: to use a range of comprehension strategies to get deeper into a text

This week for reading, our must do was to create a T.V news report. Just like when we created a news article last week, this time, we had to write scripts, find something to report, and then record it. We had to do this with a group, so I went with Julian, Alex, Chris, and Joseph. We started by getting into our roles. I had the role of the news anchor, the director, and the editor, although with the editing part things started running short. I'll talk about that later, Alex had the role to record my parts, and to be the weather man. Chris was our international reporter, Joseph was our sports reporter, and Julian was our entertainment reporter. The reason why I didn't edit the video was because I also had to edit a movie at the same time. So Alex kindly took leadership over that role. Although Alex slacked in the making of it, and didn't trim the parts of me turning the recording off.

https://www.wevideo.com/view/1037413577

Daily 6: Keyboarding Drills Level 3

Today I did the third level of our keyboarding drills. Our keyboarding drills help us to understand how to type without looking at our keyboards.

Keyboarding Drills Level 3

Copy each row of letters on the row below. Use the correct fingers.

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zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz
z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng
Z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng
Z? X> C< VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
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Z? X> C> VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
Z? X> C> VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
man van can cab ban nab men no box cob mob mom come
bun bane vane mane maze mix mine zone cave vine no one
man van can cab ban nab men no box cob mob mom come
bun bane vane mane maze mix mine zone cave vine no one
Been Mean Cane Main Nice Vein Vain Zone Bunny Baby Money Yummy Nunn Bobby
Been Mean Cane Main Nice Vein Vain Zone Bunny Baby Money
Yummy Nunn Bobby
“Bright vixens jump; dozy fowl quack”
“Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow”
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
“Bright vixens jump; dozy fowl quack”
“Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow”
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

Inquiry: Our Local Community

L.I: to make generalisations about the impact of a group in our community

This week for inquiry, our must do was to create a Vlog, (Video log). Before you start asking yourself questions, let me get this out of the way. This Vlog needed to show our reactions of the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. Although, before we could start recording, we needed to choose one of these scenarios. 1. All government services are gone
2. All health services are gone
3. All food services are gone
I chose to do number two, and pretend there are no longer any health services, like ambulances, hospitals, first aid kits, etc. I had a lot of fun doing this activity, but sadly, I couldn't record out side, that being the reason why i'm not that loud in the video, (Because of the other people recording).



Thursday, 14 December 2017

Writing: The Night Before Christmas Remake

L.I: to recreate a famous poem

This week for writing, we had to recreate the famous poem The Night Before Christmas. I really enjoyed this activity, considering that I enjoy writing poems, all together, my remake took about 10 minutes, seems short at first, but about 3 minutes of that time was spent checking if my rhyming, A. made sense, and B. related to the topic. In the end, it turned our quite well, and after reading it to my friends, they all agree.

'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house;
where there was not a sound, not even a mouse;

I hopped into bed, and then put my head;
onto my pillow, but suddenly, heard a ho ho ho;
I jolted awake, too fast to get a headache;
once i’d heard the sound, of footsteps lurking around;

I then left my room, once I saw a yellow gloom;
until it was bright, to light up the night;
I went into the lounge to see quite an unexpected guest, who was wearing a singlet, and making a nest;

The nest was made of presents, circling the tree, as my heart lit bright, and I shot up in glee;
The man looked me in the eye, and gave me a wink;
As he then disappeared, in a single blink;

I then went back to bed, after that amazing site;

HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, AND TO ALL A GOOD-NIGHT!

Friday, 8 December 2017

KiwiCan: This Weeks Session

This week for kiwican, we learnt even more about respect, and played a few games. For the first game we all had to stand in a circle, and one person would be in the middle, that one person has to defend a cone, and everyone else who's in the circle has to try to knock the cone down with a ball. This was a fun game, but a bit too challenging. So we moved onto the next game. For this game, there would be 2 teams, bibs, and non bibs. One team would have the ball, and the other team would be running. If you have the ball, you cannot run, but you can pass the ball to your teammates who can run. Your goal is to touch the entire other team with the ball, resulting in them losing, and you winning. Although, if you're in the running team, then you can stand in a hula-hoop for 5 seconds to stay safe, but after that time, you must leave it. For the final game, we stayed in our teams, and our goal was to knock over the other teams tower. There would be one defender, and they would try to fend off the ball.

KiwiSport: This Week's Badminton Session

This week for kiwisport, we learnt a new tactic when playing in a badminton rally. This tactic is the same as the tactic we learnt last week which was forehand lift, but instead, this time we had to do it with backhand. So this one would be called backhand lift. We then got with a pair, did backhand lift 5 times each, then played 1v1 and 2v2 rallies against other pairs. I enjoyed this weeks badminton session, and I think next weeks session (The last one) will be awesome.

Blog Commenting: My Comment I've Published

Today I posted a comment on Alex's blogpost showing his comment on my blogpost.

Blogpost Link: Click Here

My Comment:



Other TablesTest

Today I did the first level of TablesTest. TablesTest is a small program that helps you with your times tables, but also helps you with your reflexes. To play TablesTest, you chose your level, press the Let's Go button, and you will be timed for each multiplication question. In total there are ten questions to answer, and I got them all right in 1 - 3 seconds. The challenging part of TablesTest is finding the answer, because there are multiple answers that come up, and you have to find the correct one.



Can Do: Freerice

Today I played the synonym edition for free rice. In the end I managed to donate 600 grains of rice, meaning I answered 60 questions correctly!


Daily 6: Keyboarding Drills

Today I did the third level of our keyboarding drills. Our keyboarding drills help us to understand how to type without looking at our keyboards.

Keyboarding Drills Level 3

Copy each row of letters on the row below. Use the correct fingers.

zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz
zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz
z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng
Z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng
Z? X> C< VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
Z? X> C< VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
Z? X> C> VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
Z? X> C> VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
man van can cab ban nab men no box cob mob mom come
bun bane vane mane maze mix mine zone cave vine no one
man van can cab ban nab men no box cob mob mom come
bun bane vane mane maze mix mine zone cave vine no one
Been Mean Cane Main Nice Vein Vain Zone Bunny Baby Money Yummy Nunn Bobby
Been Mean Cane Main Nice Vein Vain Zone Bunny Baby Money
Yummy Nunn Bobby
“Bright vixens jump; dozy fowl quack”
“Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow”
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
“Bright vixens jump; dozy fowl quack”
“Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow”
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

Maths: That's My Money

L.I: to manage finances and profit

This week for maths, we had a really exiting must do for this week, and next week. Our activity purpose was to learn how to be smart with money, and what to spend it on. We had a lot of extensions towards this, them being taxes, rent, insurance, lotto, and disasters. I'll start off by talking about how we started. When we started, we all had $50 in our balance, and the most common way of earning money would be playing prototec.co.nz. Prototec is a test with different stages, and depending on what stage you do, you would earn more or less depending on the difficulty. That is what I would do for the day, so at home I would spam my stage, and get a lot of money for little work. I continued this for most of the week, and in the end managed to get $182! I really like this activity, it shows responsibility, and is like a test to see how you would use your money at a young age.


Thursday, 7 December 2017

Writing: Blindly Written Narrative

L.I: to write and illustrate a narrative

This week for writing, our must do was to get into a group of 3. With this group, we would blindly write a narrative. By that, I mean that everyone would write the beginning, then pass their story on and get someone else's, and without reading what they wrote, write the next part of the story. My group included Alex, Chris, and me. After writing, we needed to choose what story made the most sense, and illustrate each paragraph. We had about 2 hours to do this all, and we think our story tuned out quite well. Although, we couldn't write the story down for people to read, so the illustrations wont make sense to anyone else.


Reading: WeeklyNews Website

L.I: to use a range of comprehension strategies to go deeper into a text.

This week for reading, our must do was to create a news article. We had to do this in a group, and with this group, there would be a leader. That leader had the most roles out of all of us. The leader needed to, make sure everyone else's articles weren’t copied and pasted, make sure every article made sense, and put each news article together. They needed to even write the blogpost for everyone. Our group leader was me, and we all chose to make a news website. I was working on entertainment, Joel was working on Sports, Sila & Lukah were working on national, Avalon was working on international, and Julian was working on business. Our news website was called WeeklyNews. There were a lot of things on the website I added in, each article having it’s own page. A lot of changes needed to be made, that included non necessary parts, non understandable sentences, and unattributed images. I had to change those problems. In the end, the website looked awesome. There was a logo, a description of the website, and a cool layout for easy use.

Website Link: Here

Inquiry: Our Most Favourite Roles

L.I: to classify personal relationships

This week for inquiry, we continued our must do from last week. Although, this time it was quite different. This time, we worked alone, had to add a lot more information, and had to chose three roles. These roles needed to be the roles that we enjoyed the most, and wanted to learn more of. I chose to do this on libraries / librarians, bus drivers, and ambulance drivers and attendants. I created a set layout for this presentation, and that included how much you get payed to work as that role, a fact, that same fact from a different site, and a box at the top with a text saying whether they interact with my family. I would also add in a picture that I would draw of that job. The hardest part of this activity had to be creating the ambulance.

Friday, 1 December 2017

KiwiCan: This Week's Session

This week for KiwiCan, we learnt more about respect. In my opinion, this was one of the best KiwiCan sessions, the reason why has to be what our activity was. Now, I love role play, and I am quite good at acting. So I was super excited. We had 3 props to work with, a soccer ball (Which you couldn't pretend was a ball), 2 cones, and 2 hackysacks. Although, we could only use one of the props at a time. Our first bit of role play was with the soccer ball. What we did for that was, I was a Gypsy, and Aung Naing was the one listening. That one was quite fun. The next one we did was with the cones, for that, we pretended that they were U.F.O's. Lastly, we used the hackysacks. For that, Alex and I were Aliens, and we used the hackysacks as laser guns.

KiwiSport: Badminton Session

This week for kiwi sport, we learnt something new for badminton. The new technique we learnt was called a forehand lift. A forehand lift is when you hit the shuttle in forehand grip, but tilt your wrist back a bit so that you hit it upwards, sending it behind your opponent. This is a very helpful strategy when playing in a rally. We also played a couple of rallies against a partner. My partner for this was Julian, I chose him, because I know that he has had quite a lot of experience in badminton, just like me. We had a lot of fun for this badminton session, and I hope next week's will be just as awesome.

Other: TablesTest



Today I did the first level of TablesTest. TablesTest is a small program that helps you with your times tables, but also helps you with your reflexes. To play TablesTest, you chose your level, press the Let's Go button, and you will be timed for each multiplication question. In total there are ten questions to answer, and I got them all right in 1 - 2 seconds. The challenging part of TablesTest is finding the answer, because there are multiple answers that come up, and you have to find the correct one.



Can Do: FreeRice

Today I played the synonym edition for free rice. In the end I managed to donate 600 grains of rice, meaning I answered 60 questions correctly!


Blog Commenting: My Comment I've Published

Today I posted a comment on Alex's blogpost showing his comment on my blogpost.

Blogpost Link: Click Here

My Comment:



Daily 6: Keyboarding Drills Level 3

Today I did the third level of our keyboarding drills. Our keyboarding drills help us to understand how to type without looking at our keyboards.

Keyboarding Drills Level 3


Copy each row of letters on the row below. Use the correct fingers.


zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz
zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz zxcvb /.,mn /.,mnbvcxz
z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng
Z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng z;xlckvjbh /a.s,dmfng
Z? X> C< VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
Z? X> C< VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
Z? X> C> VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
Z? X> C> VM BN NZ MX <C >V ?B
man van can cab ban nab men no box cob mob mom come
bun bane vane mane maze mix mine zone cave vine no one
man van can cab ban nab men no box cob mob mom come
bun bane vane mane maze mix mine zone cave vine no one
Been Mean Cane Main Nice Vein Vain Zone Bunny Baby Money Yummy Nunn Bobby
Been Mean Cane Main Nice Vein Vain Zone Bunny Baby Money
Yummy Nunn Bobby
“Bright vixens jump; dozy fowl quack”
“Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow”
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
“Bright vixens jump; dozy fowl quack”
“Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow”
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

Thursday, 30 November 2017

Maths: Decide My Flip Random Test

L.I: to create a test to tell whether WheelDecide.com is random or not.

This week for maths, our must do was to test whether WheelDecide.com is random or not. We had to do this with a pair, so I chose Alex. Our hypothesis was that we think that WheelDecide.com is random. The way we tested this was by one person flipping a plastic coin 100 times, and the other person spinning the Wheel Decide spinner 100 times, then switching roles. I started by flipping the coin, and Alex started by spinning the spinner. After we had spun and flipped 100 times, we ended up having the same results! 56 times landing on heads, and 44 times landing on tails. Then we switched roles, and the results ended pretty close. This time, it landed on heads 100 times, and tails 100 times for the coin flipping, and 94 heads and 106 tails for the Wheel. In the end, it seems that our hypothesis was indeed correct, because of the similarities of amount. We then as a class had to compare our results. In the end, we had flipped coins 2160 times, and had spun the wheel 2160 times. With our results, we had to create a Pie Chart to easily show it.


Hypothesis: We think the wheel decider is random.
Test: Comparing a random coin flip to the possibly random wheel decide.
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Total flips11Total spins11
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