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Thursday, 21 June 2018

The Mario Task

Walt:use information from across multiple sources.



Mario is a very popular game from the year 2000. Mario first ever name was Jump, He got the name jump man from a game named Donkey Kong. Mario was first seen in the video game Donkey Kong, but he was called "Jump man." He was also a carpenter then, not a plumber.

Mario is one of the game that I have never played before in my life. But I heard that Mario became 25 years old. Once I heard doing Video game work. I thought we had just play game but we had to make a 8 pit art of Mario and reading.

Also we had to make a reading task of Mario. Mario is a very cool character and he is very colorful and has one of my favorite t-shirt. Also he is popular because I Kept on hearing people saying Mario and Luigi.

Task Description: For this task we had to write a lot of interesting fact about Mario. Also we had to write about how we like Mario. This Task was very Fun at the same time as we write.

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Matariki day

Walt: to structure a recount.
On Friday It was Matariki day and it was fun. What we were doing on Matariki day was very fun, we had to split every class and into another class. Have you ever splitted classes with others?.

In the morning we came to school very excited, waiting for what group we were chosen to be in. Once Miss Parrant Called which group I was In, I was picked to go in the class in room 9 and 10. In my class was art and craft. In my group there was A lot of people and I was the only year 6.

Our teacher was Miss West, Fire kelly and Mrs Alan, All of those teacher’s helped everyone in our class. For what we needed to do was to get into groups of three. In that group we had to make a digital photo of us In space looking the Matariki stars. First we had to draw a picture in space and take a photo of us and drag us into the photo.

At the end Ms West Was very surprised what we have created. After that it was lunch time, Lunch time is my favorite time because of the food we get from our mum who packed it. After my yummy lunch. We had finish our work very quickly because we had to go to the hall. Ms West sended our work to Mr Jacobson so that he could show our beautiful work.

So all of us in our class finished our digital photo. We went to the hall for the last assembly of the day, So in the hall Mr Jacobson showed me and Lika, Sam one in the hall. Everyone was very excited because they liked our group and nealley of them wanted to come in our group.

Task Description: For this task we had to write about our Matariki day we had on Friday. I had a lot fun writing this because we had a lot of fun thing I wanted to share with you. Also I had to tell the Miss West so that I could have the photo so I could share it with you's. 

Thursday, 7 June 2018

Zoo Baby





Zoo Babies

Many animals are endangered. This means that, because there are so few of them left in the world, they are in danger of becoming extinct. Wellington Zoo is one of the many zoos around the world that work together to breed endangered animals. The zoo keeps records of where all the animals have come from.

Cantik is one of Wellington Zoo's Sumatran tigers. She is nine years old and came from a zoo in Holland. Sadly, Jambi, the male tiger, died recently. He came from the Taronga Park Zoo in Sydney. Cantik and Jambi had two sets of triplets, including Jaka, Mencari, and Molek. The three cubs now live at Hamilton Zoo.

There are only about 400 to 500 hundred Sumatran tigers left in Sumatra. Their numbers are still dropping because they have been hunted and because their habitat is being destroyed. There are about 250 Sumatran tigers in zoos around the world.

The red panda is another endangered animal that Wellington Zoo is successfully breeding. Their habitat is the bamboo forests of Tibet, Nepal, India, and China. Many of these forests have been destroyed, and red pandas are now endangered. Reka and Jay live at Wellington Zoo. Reka, the mother, came from Auckland Zoo. Jay, the father, came from Johannesburg Zoo in South Africa. Reka and Jay have had twins. Shahin, the young male, will soon be going to Adelaide Zoo. His sister, Kitar, will stay in Wellington until the zoo decides where she go.

Sixteen chimpanzees live at Wellington Zoo. There are six adult females, three adult males, and seven young ones. The young chimpanzees range in age from Gombe, who is nine, to Bahati, who is two. In their wild habitat in Africa, chimpanzees live in groups. Chimpanzees are endangered for many reasons. People have used them as pets and for laboratory testing. They have also been hunted for food, and their habitat is being destroyed as forests are cleared.

Wellington Zoo is working with other zoos around the world to make sure that endangered animals like Sumatran tigers, red pandas, and chimpanzees have a healthy future.




Task

Read the article "Zoo Babies". Now read the statements from the article and for each statement:


decide if it is true (T) or false (F).


write a sentence or sentences from the article that give evidence to justify your decision.

The first one has been done for you.





Statement

True or

False

Evidence


a)



Wellington Zoo is trying to save endangered animals.

T

"Wellington Zoo is working with other zoos around the world to make sure that endangered animals... have a healthy future."


b)



There are less than 1 000 Sumatran tigers left in the world.

T

There are only about 400 to 500 hundred Sumatran tigers left in Sumatra.


c)

Red pandas live in bamboo forests in the wild.

T

Their habitat is the bamboo forests of Tibet, Nepal, India, and China.


d)

Wellington zoo keeps all the baby animals born in it.

F

Wellington Zoo is one of the many zoos around the world that work together to breed endangered animals.

e)


In Africa chimpanzees live alone.

F

In their wild habitat in Africa, chimpanzees live in groups.


f)


Kitar will stay in Wellington Zoo for the rest of her life.

F

His sister, Kitar, will stay in Wellington until the zoo decides where she go


g)

Changes in the habitat mean that some animals might disappear forever.

T

Their numbers are still dropping because they have been hunted and because their habitat is being destroyed.


h)

Jay, the father red panda, came from South Africa.

T

Jay, the father, came from Johannesburg Zoo in South Africa.


i)



Wellington Zoo knows exactly where all its animals come from.

T

The zoo keeps records of where all the animals have come from.



Friday, 25 May 2018

Scout the perimeter

Walt: recognise shapes and sides.


Task Description: for this task we had to calculate the perimeter with math.

Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Shapes and Symmetry

Walt:  recognise shapes and sides.


Task Description: For this task we had recognise  the shape and match it with the google slide drawing.

Motorbikes

Walt: apply what we already know to new information.


Task Description: This was a short and easy task for the cameras. Also this I learned that if you discover more about the stuff you discover more.

Flying Bus

walt: apply what we already know to new information.


Task Description: For this task it was a very long task because we had design our own bus and we had to write the plan. I learned from this task was not giving up if way to long .