Thursday, 22 September 2016

Taking risks

Description:  This term some year sixes where learning to take risks with the teachers and with some ashurst teachers. Today we got a sheet that had risks in our learning my risks are down her i have some stratigies to help me with my risk.





















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Friday, 16 September 2016

Art

Description: The art we are doing is called The Drunkens Path. The Drunkens Path art is when you get a couple of bits of paper and make them look cool and crazy by painting then and using lots of different colours and textures. Here is my finished product:


 


Evaluation: I think I did well with my art it was really hard but I finished it and it looks GREAT.

Feedback\Feedfoward: I love how you have chosen awesome contrasting colours. Next time you could add less cow colours. Emily. Smithers



















Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Complex Sentances

Description: This term for writing we poutama split up into three groups i was with Elly. We have been learning about  all different types of sentences there is a simple sentence a compound sentence and a complex sentence. I am with my friend Jayde we help each other every time we do writing because i struggle with ones she doesn't  and she struggles with ones i don't. Here is our slide...........





Feedback\Feedforward: I like your examples i think that it will help people know what that type of sentence needs and includes. Next time i think you could describe in the description a bit more about what you are doing. Emily S

Evaluation: I think FANBOYS has really helped me understand what the main conjunction words are and the information on the slide has really helped me understand what the difference between each sentences.

Monday, 5 September 2016

ET Reo Portfolio Post

Description: Every monday the non Kapa-Haka people do ET Reo With Elly and Troy. We have 2  different whakatauki if you don't know what a whakatauki is its like a saying and its sort of like a quote. The whakatauki we have been working on is "He aha mea te nui o ao?" "He Tangata! He Tangata! He Tangata!" that means "What is the most important thing in the world?  "The people! The people! The people!" We Made a big display of art we got to chose to draw someone and i chose Ruby M Here it is.....























Feedback\Feedforward: i like the way you have described it and it looks like you have learnt a lot. next time you could ad a bit about the other whakatouki. kayla

Evaluation: I think i need to work on my pronunciation of our whakatauki.