Tuesday, 29 November 2016

maori books

WALT:
Description:We had to make a maori book we had all these choices on the board to choose out of. I chose describing words also known as Kupu Ahua.

 feedback: It looks cool I like the colors
feedforward: next time keep your people in pencil.Jada
Target:yellow

  













Saturday, 19 November 2016

Procedural writting

W.A.L.T: write the procedure about your product from market day.
Description: we had to write steps, ingredients and materials for how to make our product.
Feedback: your writing is amazing I'm going to have a go at making your bubble bars!
Feedforward: maybe you could have a list of the measurements but you already have them on your steps. Riley.

How to make a bubble bar
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Ingredients:
Shampoo
Corn flour
Food colouring.

Materials:
A Bowl
A Spoon
Glad wrap
A freezer.
A Rolling pin

What to do:
  1. Add ¼ of a cup of corn flour.
  2. Pour two tablespoons of shampoo.
  3. Mix them together and slowly add two drops of food colouring.
  4. Mix with a  spoon until it is in a play dough type  feel..kneed(play with it) the bubble bar lots  but don’t leave it for too long because it will harden.
5. If you want to make a spiral shape when you cut it make the same mixture again.Then roll the glad wrap out 5cm bigger than the bubble bar dough.
6. Then slowly put your other bubble bar dough on the dough then carefully roll it.
7.Then place it in the freezer for about an hour.If it’s still soft put it in for another half an hour.
8. Then cut it and put it under the tap and see what happens.   

Buddy novel study!

Te makete

WALT: use Māori words at the market.

Description: we have got Māori posters to help us, speak a little Te Reo, if someone comes up to us and speaks Māori!
Target:
Feedback: Samantha. I think you did well at the video .
Feedforward: Samantha. I think that you could of done more pictures on your poster.

    




Sunday, 6 November 2016

Statistics(maths)

WALT: Do statistics.
Description: We had to make up a question with a bar graph and pictures of the question. We had to ask the rest of the group the question.
Target:
Feedback: Great job Tui, I like your description. 
Feedforward: Next time you could make the writing on your photo a bit bigger.


Question: There are 4 children and they all have some money. Which bar shows how much money Caid has?