Monday, 4 September 2017

Technology - Milkshake

Angel - 2017

Delicious Milkshake - Technology

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On Monday, the year 7 and 8 group went to Tamaki College for technology, once we got there we were told to get into lines based on our year and age. As we proceed a teacher from cooking stood up to take us as her class. After she had took us we all ran through the basics of cooking and she also explained the way around the kitchen so we listened and then performed. As we went through the instructions we went onto cooking and therefore she had prepared the ingredients on how to make an Oreo chocolate milkshake which she explained was really basic to make, but at the end it was extremely delicious.

Reflection - I thought that this was a great experience and hoping I continue this learning progress.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

WALT - Write an Explanation

Angel                                                           2017

WALT - Write an Explanation

Success Criteria:
  • I must use my idea’s in each paragraph.
  • I must use strong Adjectives
  • I must support my details to make it interesting.
Title : How to make the world a better place!!!

Introduction -
The world is a big place, but also known as a giant planet called Earth. To make it a better place we need to lower down our matter’s like for example Animals in danger.

Explanation -
1# Reason
All around the world there are different types of animals, but most of them are starting to extinct throughout a load of years. “Why” well because people are starting to hunt them down or their habitats or homes are being demolished and destroyed.

2# Reason
Another reason is to stop pollution in the sea water and air. So now in days a lot of cars are being produced, but mainly for the future and I get that but it would still leave us and other creatures in danger too.

3# Reason
The ocean is another big place that is filled with wonderful sea creatures, but did you know that they are in danger. Because years ago people started to ship oil to different countries, What they don’t know is that once the ship is in big trouble it sinks and loads of oil starts to come out and while it proceeds coming out it suddenly starts to pollute the area in the ocean which leaves the wonderful creatures nothing at all but polluted water.

Conclusion -
If you care about your environment or the area you live or stay in, then think about how you can change everything for not only you but anyone around you. So think positive and stop pollution.

Saturday, 15 July 2017

Find the volume of a cuboid.

WALT - Find the volume of a cuboid.

  1.                                         Length = 10 cm
                                                 Breadth = 5 cm
                                                 Height = 5 cm
                                                 Volume = L x B x H
                                                 = 10 x 5 x 5
                                                 = 50 x 5                               Volume/Answer= 250 cm3

2.                                             Length = 2 metres
                                            Breadth = 1 metres
                                            Height = 3 metres
                                            Volume = L x B x H
                                            = 2 x 1 x 3
                                            = 2 x 3
                                            Volume/Answer = 6m3
3.                                         Length = 7 cm
                                              Breadth = 5 cm
                                             Height = 3 cm
                                              Volume = L x B x H
                                             7 x 5 x 3 =
                                             35 x 3                                           Volume/Answer = 105 cm3
4.                                    Length = 20 cm
                                      Breadth = 10 cm
                                      Height = 4 cm
                                       Volume = L x B x H
                                      20 x 10 x 4 =
                                       200 x 4 =
                                      Volume/Answer = 800 cm3

5.                                            Length = 10 m
                                      Breadth = 3 m
                                      Height = 5 cm
                                      Volume = L x B x H
                                       10 x 3 x 5 =
                                      30 x 5 =
                                      Volume/Answer = 150 cm3
6.                                    Length = 8 cm
                                  Breadth = 3 cm
                                  Height = 5 cm
                                  Volume = L x B x H
                                  8 x 3 x 5 =
                                  24 x 5 = 120 cm3
7.                                   Length = 12 cm
                                    Breadth = 10 cm
                                   Height = 5 cm
                                   Volume = L x B x H
                                   12 x 10 x 5 =
                                     120 x 5 600 cm3

8.                            Length = 15 m
                        Breadth = 10 m
                        Height = 5 m
                       15 x 10 x 5 =
                         150 x 5 = 750 m3


Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Descriptive Writing - Organic Blueberries.

Descriptive Writing - Organic Blueberries.

It was sweet and a bit sour
It was gooey
Like a raisin
It was frozen
Heard a pop (when I bit it)

As Mrs Tuakoi strolled around the class giving out organic blueberries I suddenly burst out with excitement, Just waiting for it. Once it reaches to me I suddenly grab two blueberries but it felt so cold like I was holding antarctica in my hands, When I took my first bite it tasted disgusting but juicy, this was a great experience for me.

Monday, 10 July 2017

Making Connections!!!

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Today, during class we were told to answer questions on a worksheet for Making Connections . During this experience I found it very easy because really it was just simple questions. But I really think that this worksheet about Making Connection is really good for year 6 or 5.

Friday, 7 July 2017

New Zealand People

New Zealand People .

Did you know that the population of People in New Zealand is 4.4 Million (but also known as Kiwis). Well around 69% are Canadian people of European descent, 14.6% are indigenous (native) Maori people, 9.2% are Asian people and 6.9% are Pacific Islanders (Mixed with Cook Islanders, Samoan, Tongan, Fiji, Niue and much more).