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Friday, 17 March 2017

SOS 17/03/17


We learnt about the definition of Social Action. Which means “Taking steps to “change” things that are wrong in our society, and introducing new ideas, process for doing things better in the future.Each of our team members were working on categories which was putting them in order. Matching the categories with the 4 subjects
  • Fundraising only actions
  • Raising awareness only actions
  • Actions that pressure or lobby the government
  • Actions that fund raise and raise awareness  

The part that we found interesting was when we had to match the categories with the 4 social action subjects. The part we needed assistance with was to try and understand what the definition of some words mean.


Monday, 13 March 2017

Sustainability Social Studies

Today my group R.A.T.A decided to focus on Te Reo Government Problems. We read about a current issue that Maori people are afraid to speak Te reo public and that the government is doing less to keep Maori language alive. As a group we discussed that some solutions to this is that yr 1 students all they way to yr 10 students learn Te reo twice a week to keep, the Maori culture alive.

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Health Class

Wharetapu wha
Physical: Body, running, sleeping, food
Mental, emotional: mindset, feelings
Spiritual: Beliefs and values
Social: family, friends

Hauora means the four walls of your life that makes you, you.

Physical: I like to sleep, eat food and to play sports for my physical. I like to play volleyball,netball and basketball, those are the things that kinda keep me active.
Mental: What makes me happy, is to see my family and friends happy. What makes me angry is to see my family members getting hurt.


Spiritual: My values and beliefs are to believe that god can help and heal anything if you pray. If you ask for nicely for things in life, you will receive it.


Social: I like to hang out with my friends and family at home, at the beach and school. My friends and family are the best people in my life, they are always there for me when i need them.

Thursday, 8 December 2016

Explosions

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This week we have been working on Explosions, I had been reading different kinds of texts, then I had to gather all types of information. I put all of the information into one sentence.

Friday, 2 December 2016

Pseudoscience



What is Pseudoscience? Well Pseudoscience is something that is made up on Tv advertisers. Well this week we have been learning all about Pseudoscience, I got to make a google drawing about what it is. There is an example on my google drawing, and it says. Your not a Sport star if you dont drink powerade.

Steps to make a paper plane

How to make a paper plane.
Make the main center fold

Step 1) Fold the piece of paper in half. This should bring the two longer sides together.
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Fold the top corners to meet at the center.


Step 2) Open up the paper again and then fold the two top outer corners inwards so that they meet along the middle crease.
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Fold down the point.

Step 3) Fold the point made in the previous step down to the crease so that the flaps are tucked under this fold. Now the paper should likely look like the back of an envelope.
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Fold the New Corners

Step 4) Fold the two top corners created in the last step down to the center line, so that the points are about 2/3 of the way down the center crease of the flap.
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Fold up the point
Step 5) Fold up the point that has been covered in the last step so that it the two points stay in place.
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Fold the paper in half along the original center fold


Step 6) All the folds made in the last steps should be facing down.  Now fold it in half.
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Create the wings.

Step 7) Fold both side flaps down to the bottom so that the long edge of the wings are perfectly in line with the bottom of the airplane.
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Angle the wings.

Step 8) Unfold the wings slightly so that they are sticking out.
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Test your paper plane

Step 9) Put your thumb and fingers in front of the plane, under the two flaps. Then gently throw your plane to see how far it goes.
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