Wednesday, 13 September 2017

My Maori Learning Game

Learning Intentions
Create a learning experience for Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori.
A successful interactive game showing:
use of Kupu hou/te reo with graphic on scratch
for Ruma Rima and Ruma Whitu

Political Party Speech.

Show an increasing understanding of how to shape texts for different purposes and audiences.

Context: Rotary Speech Competition and the New Zealand Elections

Success Criteria: we will have met our learning intentions when we can

  • Plan our speech using Coggle
  • Construct texts that show an awareness of purpose and audience through deliberate choice of content, language, and text form.
  • Convey and sustain personal voice where appropriate.
  • Write and film our own version of a “Ted Talk” to share with our peers.


Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Matariki Word Cloud

We are learning to present our thinking and ideas in a range of ways.  
Context: Matariki
We will have been successful when we have gathered our vocabulary around Matariki and presented it in a word cloud on our learning blog.

We went to to build our word clouds.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Fidget Spinner Video


My Statistics DLO

Mathematics. We are learning to plan and conduct investigations using the statistical enquiry cycle:
- determining appropriate variables and data collection methods;
- gathering, sorting, and displaying multivariate category, and time series data to detect patterns, variations, relationships and trends;
- comparing distributions visually;
- communicating findings, using appropriate displays.
We will have met the success criteria when we
  • Develop an understanding of how to use a tally chart and a frequency table.
  • Use a spreadsheet to record our tally / frequency data.
  • Correctly develop a graph or chart using a spreadsheet programme. (Google Sheets)
  • Develop a clear statement based on our graphed data and share our learning on our learning blogs.
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                    My tally

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In this graph you can see that mostly children aged between 6 and 8 come to Woodland Holiday Park. I think that this is because from ages 0 to 2, children have no interest in the activities available and from 12 to 15 the same thing applies. What I would like t know now is what activities are available a Woodland Holiday Park so I can further evaluate it.