Friday, 25 September 2020

As I saw it

Te Horeta

My Item: a ship biscuit

Description: This item is the main diet for the crew.

 It was made of flour, water and salt. It was then baked til hard.

One of the ships man walked up on shore where he then started trading with Te Horeta, Te Horeta gave him a kowhai flower and the man gave a “pumice stone”. The man showed Te Horeta that it should go into his mouth and so he did, but he found it very hard and sweet which he didn’t like. 

The man pointed his “walking stick” at the sky when thunder and lightning came out of it. 


Wednesday, 23 September 2020

The Cambodian Myth of Thunder, Lightning, and Rain. {not finished animation}

TASK DESCRIPTION: for this terms animation task we had to animate something that related to this terms theme "A World Of Difference", sadly I didn't get to actually animate because of the short period of time we had. Also because of covid-19 and all of the lockdowns I didn't get the enough time to 

Te Reo Maori Lesson 8 Create Task


Tuesday, 22 September 2020

2.7 Ko wai ō hoa?


TASK DESCRIPTION: for today's tech rotation task we had to complete this short presentation and then had a challenge along with our create task.

Writing - For Specific Purpose (NZ Sign Language)

 WALT: write an explanation.

TASK DESCRIPTION: today we explained what NZSL is. As our tests are coming up next term this was kind of like a practice for our writing test. 

Friday, 18 September 2020

Volume Problem

"From a square piece of paper we can make a box without a lid by cutting a square from each corner and folding up the flaps.

Find the different volumes of box it is possible to make by changing the size of the cut-out squares.

What is the maximum possible volume?

What is the size of the square cut-out that produces it?"


my 3 dimensions were...

Width = 11 squares
Length = 11 squares 
Height = 4 squares

and altogether thats 484cm³


Reo Changemaker, Hinewehi Mohi

 WALT: Evaluate information in a text

TASK DESCRIPTION: for this weeks reading task we took a look at Hinewehi Mohi, someone who changed the way we sung our New Zealand anthem!