Sunday, 28 February 2016

Listening post

Description: in class we are learning About all could listening  busy listening is looking at something 
Else but listen to the person what there saying but you look like your not listening but you are listening 
To the person. Active listening is eye contact, asking questions.

Big idea: I don't feel good when people busy listen to me. When some active listen to me I feel good. It is the best way to listen.

Feedback your video is good because you speakers loudly

feed forward: doesn't say I love it cats 

👍🏼  active listening  I was good at speaking out loud and now what to say to Rebecca.

👎🏼busy listen I was good at looking somewhere else.
👉🏼positive listen I was good at potisive listen I did I am saying that I'm listen to the person.

Thursday, 25 February 2016

Maths post

My maths teacher is Troy 
We do cool maths we play make 10

Thursday, 18 February 2016

Waitangi Day

 Description: we have been learning about the Treaty of Waitangi. We created a minecraft boat to celebrate Waitangi Day. My images show the kind of boat the English people come to nz on. The rubric  helps us understand how mush information we included.  


Big idea: in my boat is a big paddle on the side of the boat which shows so they can get can get to nz faster. I learned what they come in to nz and the treaty was signed by over 40 Chiefs. One was maori and one was English but the chief didn't know the English version, so he dint know what it said. 
Feedback:  it was great I like at you did the Maori copy       Feed fourward:it could be good if you add dogs

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Whatigi day

When was the treaty signed?

What were they fighting about?

What did they make the boat at of?

How long did it take to get to the island

How did they make the treaty

More than 40 chiefs signed the Māori copy of the Treaty at Waitangi on 6 February 1840. Copies were then taken all around the country, and chiefs from many places signed. There were about 50 signing meetings between February and September 1840 and about 540 chiefs gave their agreement.

The next day, 6 February, more than 40 chiefs signed the treaty. ... and believed the new relationship with Britain would stop fighting between tribes. Those who didn't sign the treaty were concerned they would lose their independence. 

Monday, 1 February 2016

One word 2016

WALT to make goals 
My word responsible why? Because we will be doing responsible things.
Be responsible things at school & home, I want to be responsible because