Monday, 29 February 2016

Buddy time

Descpein: for buddy time we looked at how we were alike and we made something to show it
We made this poster.i choose Harry because he is cool and he is nice.

Thursday, 25 February 2016


In class we have making a movie about listening it hade to be 30sc and 3p groups the group hade to have a y5 y6 and a mix of girls and boys.


Big idea: we have leant that the best listening is active listening active listening I when you are making eye contact with them and body language or agreeing with them and asking questions.
And there is. Bad listening like me to or busy listening me to listening is when you but in and talk about how you did something alike and busy listening is when you are doing something different and not listening.

Feedback and feedfordwards:your video is good but you need to speak a little bit louder other than that it is really good -Atlanta 

I think that pur group did good but we should have been more excited about it 

Wednesday, 17 February 2016


Description: For the last week we have been working towards making a Waitangi Day video / poster treaty / myn is the treaty everyone worked hard to make their. 

Big idea: for my activity I made a treaty with Eli we decided to make a vote for the top five questions out of seven. Then we put them all in to our treaty. 
We learnt that the British came over to new zeland to get more land but they made bad deals and the treaty was translated badly.

Feedback: I think the treaty is a very cleaver idea to do and I think it's turned out really good. Next you could of added more rules. 

Evaluation: I think I did well in writing out the treaty and me and Eli worked well together.
I think we were multi because we had more then three ideas 

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

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My word is Opatuaity
I wanted opatuaity to be my word 
Never miss an opatuaity

One word is a word that mean something to you ( goal ) 
Our teachers in poutuma told us about it.
We made some art to show our one word 

Feedfordwards feedback:I really like how you did a spider but I can't really read it.


Open question

Descpion:we have been learning about the treaty
Waitangi Day commemorates a very historic and important event that took place in New Zealand 176 years ago on Saturday.
At Waitangi, in the Bay of Islands, a treaty was signed on February 6th 1840 between 46 local Māori chiefs and Captain William Hobson, who represented Queen Victoria and the British Government.
This treaty was written in English and then translated into Māori by a Missionary named Henry Williams and his son named Edward.

My question

Why did The British what the land

Who were the people that were there (the people buying the land)
Who were the people that he passed