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Friday, 8 September 2017

DigiTech - Moana Hour of Code

 Moana Hour of Code


Throughout last week and this week my class an I had the opportunity to make our own site. On my site there is a link to my presentation. Today I learned how to use different codes to control the waka and make it move in different directions. I really enjoyed it because you can use your imagination and use different codes.

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Kiwi Sport

Kiwi Sport

Today (31.08.2017) my class and I went for kiwi sports. For kiwi sports we had rippa rugby with a coach named Hamish. We played some games, then of to the skills. We learned how to step in differnet kind of orders. After all that tiring activity and training we got into a game. The rules are, You can pass forward when you have two tags, but if you only have one you have to pass the ball backwards.


Bush craft

Bush craft

On 22nd of august, 2017, Yr 7 & 8 glenbrae students had  an amazing opportunity to do a hard working activity up North at Russell. My group which was group 4 did bush craft with an instructor named Michael.  

At russell we learned how to tie knots in different kind of ways. One way is q and p knot, churkers    knot    and    the    double    knot.   All    these   will   really   tie   really   tightly.
(I Taught my Mrs Elia (Principle) how to do the q and p knot.) After we mastered all the 3 ways of the knots we went looking for some sticks.

We looked for some tinder (Which is very small sticks), Sticks size of a pencil, half a pencil, size of your pinky and your thumb. We carried as much as we could. First of all we diged a hole where we could put our wood into it. We put tinder first to start of the fire, then put a bit bigger sticks into the fire. We used matches to start the fire. My group could achieve what we were aiming for but the other groups did.

So when the fire was big and strong they put a pot full with water onto two sticks and waited for it to start boiling. After 20 to 25 mins it started boiling so the other group achieved what they were aiming for. When it was boiling they tipped it carefully with gloves into the fire and washed the fire out. Of Course there was an bucketful of water next to the fire incase the fire would kept on going.

It was an amazing opportunity and experience.


(Thank you Michael.)

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

How to Make Maori Bread

How to Make Maori Bread


Steps:

5 cups of flour
600mls of Milk
5 spoons of Baking powder
Stir it altogether
And need the dough
In the oven for 30 minutes (200 degrees celsius)

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Monday, 14 August 2017

Current Event Quiz

Current Event Quiz

7. Auckland is set to buy $207 million worth of new battery and electric powered trains. How many trains are they buying?


• a. four • b. 17 • c. 50

Today I've did a current event quiz. The question tells me about how many electrical trains are they going to build before 2019. The answer is shaded in blue which you can see .

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Maths

Maths


Today for maths we had to finish of page 1 to 2.
 I had to do the level 3-4 which some other people
 didn't have the chance too. It was ready hard especially
 the question 2.

Friday, 4 August 2017

Technology

Technology

Today at tech (Technology) We were finishing our carving
from last week. Today we were just cleaning it up and then
off to painting. For painting, what we just did was pant it
all white and wait until next week Friday. When it comes 
to next Friday we will start painting.