Friday, 15 June 2018

Inquiry: Three Laws of Motion



For Inquiry all the girls in Room 2 & 3 had to work in small groups of 6 to research and create a experiment about Force and Motion. The presentation above is what me and my group made to share our understanding of force and motion.

Wednesday, 13 June 2018

A tour like no other



WALT: summarise information from a text
This week for Reading Mrs Stone gave the Dahl A Tour Like No Other. A tour like no other is a story about the Springbok tour in New Zealand in 1981 and where New Zealand become divided because some New Zealanders wanted to watch the match but some other New Zealanders did not support the tour because they thought they were supporting  racism.

Create Task: A tour like no other

Tuesday, 29 May 2018

My week of school

Monday:
On Monday the 28th of May the Year 7 and 8's gathered together in the Street for the usual morning assembly. This week is special because it's Samoan Language week so the Year 7 and 8 girls decided to put together a item for our school assembly on Friday. When it was Lunch-time all the girls that volunteered to participate came up with a dance to match our song Lau Samoa.
Tuesday:
Tuesday is the day the Year 8's go down to Tamaki College for TECH. When we went down to Tamaki College my group, Rua, had to go to Music. Some things we did while in Music room was we got the opportunity to learn how to play Guitar and Piano.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Fractions


WALT: Using TALK MOVES to clarify our Maths Thinking
For maths Mrs Sio gave Room 3 maths class Fractions in the presentation we had to find out what a Denominator was and what a numerator was. At the end we had to reflect about what we learnt about fractions and where we can find fractions in our everyday life.

Monday, 7 May 2018

Spectacular Sentences




WALT: use correct sentence structure
For writing Mrs Stone gave Room 4 a presentation called Spectacular Sentences. This presentation mostly taught us what a complex sentence is and what a compound sentence is, and at the end we had to write about should we have longer or shorter holidays.


A Small Footprint - A Big Impression


WALT: extract information from a text
In Room 4 Literacy class Mrs Stone gave the Dahl group A Small Footprint - A Big impression. The story is mostly based around a women named Elsie Locke who was born in 1912 and died in 2001 who fought for things to help New Zealand be a better place in live in. Do you know about Elsie Locke?