14 October 2013

Term 3 Reflections

Term 3 Reflection By Savannah



This term I have enjoyed the school production. I enjoyed this activity because I had fun making props and playing the ukulele with my friends. Learning about landforms was new for me I learned lots about them. I am really proud of myself because I Had a great term with my friends and my teacher.


Next term I need to come to school more to learn even better.


Term 3 Reflection By Alazay

* I have enjoyed swimming the most this term
this term our school has had 6 weeks of swimming
and it was awesome.


*I enjoyed  this activity because I like to swim and it helps me to learn new thing
about  swimming.  


*I have learnt how to create new friends at my school.


* I am really proud of the learning this term it has really helped me.


* I next term my goal is to go up in my maths work and improve next term.



Leenas:



Juanita



Shantay:

 I am pleased with my performance because when I was saying my part of the act I said it loud and clear. I am also proud with my performance because the instrument people had helped the dancers to keep in time with the rhythm. I am pleased with the our classes performance because their tried their best and I think they went well. Our class room still needs to work on is to be quiet when we are coming around, more energy, and to keep in time with the rhythm. To make our production look good for the audience is to give them advice like to have energy, confidence, and to have fun. My family said that it was cool and funny at the same time. We need to be quiet when the lights go down. Have respect.




Wiremu: Term 3 Reflection


I enjoyed sports the most in this term and that was unihocky.


I enjoyed blocking and defending the shots.


I also learnt about maths and reading.  I learnt about landforms in reading and fractions in maths.

I am really proud of how I danced in my
production.


Next term I need to learn more in maths and try not to get distracted from some of my friends.




Sebastian  Term 3 Reflection
The activity that I enjoyed the most was swimming because I like learning  how to swim and having free time every second friday. I also like playing games with Miss Emma.

This term I learnt how to make a Popplet. I have done a lot of Popplets because it is now easy and I also learnt how to use clipping magic and pixlr and you can put a photo onto a picture.


I I am really proud of my school production because 
I put all my effort and energy into my class performance and th the karanga.

Next term I need to work on my basic facts so I can get 
better on XtraMath and I need to read more.




13 October 2013

Our Production

Reflection Questions by Alazay


* I am pleased with my strong actions I think I really improved.


* I am pleased with the classes performance of their energy
the classes had so much energy in them.


*   We (the dancers) need to work on giving more energy
and the actors need to work on louder voices.


Thing to remember are
* being quiet backstage
respect
manners






Evening Performance Night 1 Deziree



* I am pleased with my performance because I remembered to keep in time with the music.


* I am pleased that we didn’t make that much noise when going onto stage.


* I think we still need to work on not making any noise backstage.


* The actors need to stop laughing and the dancers need to show bigger actions.


*Tonight I will be in my best behavior and I will complete the worksheets and show good manners.

          Halatoa


I did my hardest performance and I was really  happy with myself and I put heaps of energy in the performance.


I think we should speak louder so the audience at the back can hear you and everybody will be happy.


I will be quiet when i walk and put the instrument and walk to the other
side and i will be in time.


My dad told me to speak louder and sing and my dad said it was cool.


Tonight  I will try to make my behaviour better tonight.


Anthony:
* I was pleased with my acting because I put some some effort and expression in to it.


* I was impressed with Room 5 because of their costumes.


* We still need to work on our speed and our confidence (not to be shy.)


* I’m going to make my classes performance even better by using more expression and be a little bit loud.


* I think we need to remember is -
  • Look up and smile
  • Try to not get distracted
  • Use more expression
  • Go on and off the stage quicker
  • Don’t make a sound

Types of Rock

by Leenas



This is my 3 types of rocks I choose Metamorphic rock and Igneous rock and sedimentary rock and the igneous rock looks like glass.  By Tai and Mauriora


       By Mengchun



Mere and Ana:
  
This is my work about three Types Of Rocks.The thing I learnt when I was doing my Three Types of Rocks is that the Sedimentary rocks are made such as sand,clay or skeletons and the shells of the sea creatures.The Three types of Rocks are called Sedimentary, Metamorphic and also Igneous.I really enjoyed doing the Three Types of Rocks with my buddy Ana.


Orica:


This is the types of Rocks they are called Igneous , Metamorphic and Sedimentary. 
One of the rocks are like punakiaki. 


Ana:
This is my 3 types of rocks. I learned that these rocks was very interesting facts because some can change colors.It was so fun.

12 October 2013

Landform Definitions


Rivers



How Rivers are formed;

Water rubs on the surface & breaking down of the land, causing a deepness to the land appearing, and in turn creating a river stream that moves.


Definition,
A river is a huge stream of water flowing into the ocean, lake, or other body of water for example Waikato River.

By Savannah


  By Liantre

Volcano

A volcano has molten rocks inside it. One example of a volcano is in White Island. The earths crust is moving in and out like a jigsaw puzzle. A volcano is an mountain or an hill that erupts out lava or magma. Hot lava and volcanic ash  and gases to escape from the magma chamber below the surface.

                                                                                                                                   In the Northwestern  Pacific Ocean people are saying that there might be a large volcano on earth, and could rival the largest in the solar system. Volcano eruptions can cause a lot of damage to a lot of people. Erupting volcanoes can pose many hazards, not only in the immediate vicinity of the eruption. Magma is molten rock within the earths crust.             You can also find a volcanos in the South island such as White Island.

This is my research about volcano's. I learnt that the earths crust is moving in and out just like a jigsaw puzzle. I had fun looking for some images and some information. The part I didn't like about it was writing it in my own words. I had fun doing some research.



By Pote



This is my Google drawing about mountains. We researched the land form we chose and we had to write the definition in our own words.  By Sebastian
 

Volcano By Nesi

A volcano has molten rocks inside it. One example of a volcano is in White Island. The earths crust is moving in and out like a jigsaw puzzle. A volcano is an mountain or an hill that erupts out lava or magma. Hot lava and volcanic ash  and gases to escape from the magma chamber below the surface.

                                                                                                                                   In the Northwestern  Pacific Ocean people are saying that there might be a large volcano on earth, and could rival the largest in the solar system. Volcano eruptions can cause a lot of damage to a lot of people. Erupting volcanoes can pose many hazards, not only in the immediate vicinity of the eruption. Magma is molten rock within the earths crust.             You can also find a volcanos in the South island such as White Island.

This is my research about volcano's. I learnt that the earths crust is moving in and out just like a jigsaw puzzle. I had fun looking for some images and some information. The part I didn't like about it was writing it in my own words. I had fun doing some research.



My definition of a Volcano 
by Joshua
A vent in the earth's crust through which lava, steam, and ashes are blown out is a volcano.Volcanoes are openings in the Earth’s surface. When they are active they can let ash, gas and hot magma escape in sometimes violent and spectacular eruptions.



Volcanoes are usually located where tectonic plates meet. This is especially true for the Pacific Ring of Fire, an area around the Pacific Ocean where over 75% of the volcanoes on Earth are found.
         


I am learning about facts and information on a volcano called White    Island. It is located in 48 km (30 mi) from the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand,in the Bay of Plenty.White Island has the honour of being New Zealand’s most continuously active volcano during the last 40 years. It is an uninhabited island about 2 km in diameter and 48 km from the coast of the Bay of Plenty. It marks the northern end of the Taupo Volcanic Zone.
Ocean
By Aburrahman

A Sea is a large body of salty water. A Sea may be partly or completely surrounded by land. Did you know that Oceans and Seas cover more than 71% of the Earth's surface? Wow thats a lot of water. The Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest Ocean in the world. The Pacific Ocean has the title as ‘Peaceful Ocean’.The Pacific Ocean alone covers 30% of the earth. This is a picture of the Pacific Ocean: