Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Te Ahu a Turanga Noho Marae

Description:  In week 7, we had an overnight stay at the local Marae in Woodville.  We were immersed in Maori culture and participated in a range of activities.  We set two goals to focus on during our stay.
Big Idea:  
1.  Did you achieve your goals? Yes. How do you know? Yes I did get to sleep when I was told.

2.  What are you most proud of from the marae stay and why? When I was doing my job because I didn't muck around.

3.  What challenged you the most and why? The waving because I tried hard and I put myself in the pit.


Sunday, 22 March 2015

Position and Orientation (Geometry with Eb)

Description: We have been learning about Position and Orientation with Eb. It is a part of our learning about Geometry at maths time.

WALT: give and follow directions using, left, right, up, down, North, South, East and West

Questions:

1. What major landmarks can you see from the Plaza? subway library 

2. What is the closest landmark North-West from McDonalds? Bus stop

3. What direction is the Arena from United Video? Northeast 

4. After the doctors I turn right down Victoria Ave and turn right at the round about. I travel South-West until the main road. Turn left. Follow road and stop at the 3rd right turn.Travel South-West and stop at the bottom corner of the square. What am I doing?... 

a) going shoping
b)  a Sandwich at Subway 
c) Getting a library book        
d) Hiring a DVD
e) playing basketball

5. Create your own instructions for someone to follow using the language you have learned


start at the arena go down pascal st go up cuba st go down pitt st and go up main St. Where are you?
a) going shoping
b) getting a Sandwich at Subway by Logan
c) Getting a library book        
d) Hiring a DVD
e) playing basketball

Evaluation: it took some thinking and i put my self in the pit


feedback/feedforward: it worked and I got it straight away. By Logan

Sunday, 8 March 2015

Story telling

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Purpose: create a story to share orally

Description: Oral storytelling is a Maori tradition. We have been planning our own story to tell on the Marae in Week 7.



Success Criteria:
  • Between 1 and 2 minutes long

  • Using your voice to make sounds effects

  • Using your whole body to make actions

  • Use your face to tell a story through facial expression

  • Knowing the story, knowing the setting

  • Get the picture into your listener’s head

  • Stay in character - keep your composure.

  • Audience participation

  • Unique and original (Hook your audience)


    i need to work on getting more acshons and rembering my story, and i shoud be louder and i need to stop saying (and then.)