My learning goal is...organisation
What have I learnt...I have learnt to explain the text
My next step is...to describe the moment in time.
I have presented my narrative by making a movie.
I worked with Neeve and Julie.
My narrative showed empathy by
telling you that you can stand up for anyone that you love.
The thing I enjoyed most about this learning was making the movie.
Something I learnt about Myths and Legends is myths and legends are a way to tell stories of how something is created.
Te Reo Maori
We have been learning language about Ko Au which means Me Myself and I.
Something i have learnt is to say/ask is Tokohia nga tangata kei roto whanau
My next step is to say a full sentance.
Art Attack Blog, Week 5, term 3 22 / 8 / 17
For art attack my goal was to produce a piece of art related to our local landscape using either paint, water colour or pastel.
With Mrs Marsh I learned about foreground, midground and background in landscapes.
With Mr Forman I learned about colour and complementary colours.
With Mr Rule I looked at the different landscape features of Canterbury and Banks Peninsula.
I learnt that you can put your water colour on a wet paper if you want to blend it in.
We included features such as flax, trees, mountains, lakes, hills, buildings, paddocks.
technique i used is..to put water on water so the water colours can blend in together more.
I enjoyed painting with water colours because it was a new experience for me.
i am proud of my sky that i did because i blended some red yellow and orange together.
i found difficult filling in my waterfall with water colour because it was really skinny.
I would like to try pastel if I did another landscape because it would be much better to blend colours.
I would like to get better at showing midground.
IHBL: A hip routine.
A cha cha routine.
To combine different movements in to a dance routine to Treasure by Bruno Mars.
To combine different cha cha moves into a dance routine to Can't stop the feeling by Justin Timberlake.
I really enjoyed learning dance with Dean and doing the hip hop.
My favourite movement / dance was the hip hop routine.
I found the cha cha the most challenging.
What I enjoyed most about Dean’s teaching was that he made things fun by showing his other
I feel quite confident / confident / very confident with the dance routines we learned.
I was able pick up the different dance routines easily / quickly.
I found remembering the correct sequence for the dance routines difficult / challenging / easy / needed much practice.
(write about the performance on Friday evening)
I would like to do further dance lessons.
I would like to learn more hip hop
My learning Goals for Term 3
I have been identifying my literacy goals for the start of term 3
My reading teacher is Mrs Marsh
My writing teacher is Mrs Marsh
My handwriting goal is to slope my letters.
My spelling goal is to complete list 8
My writing goal is to write about a moment in time using a picture prompt
use a variety of simple, compound and complex sentences
use a variety of verbs and adjectives to make my writing more interesting, and
My reading goal is to understand what the author has written in a paragraph to help us make a sensible prediction what will happen in the next paragraph.
My blog goals are to add more detail to my blog posts
to proofread and edit my blog post before publishing
to use a variety of ways to show my learning (text, photos/images, video)
to complete all the set blogs for this term
to do a ‘Can Do’ blog about an achievement, some other learning or something I am
I am learning goal is to rap in music with Mr.McCallum.
I have learnt how to make a proper rap that rhymes.
My next step is to not laugh well presenting the rap to the class.
Jennifer's Video on Friday, 2 December 2016
Jennifer's Video on Friday, 18 November 2016
Jennifer's Post on Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Title: P.E. WALT: Run , Jump , and land on two feet. I learned that you have to jump on the mat in a specific way. Here is a example of my learning which I showed off at the Kauri athletics. Next time I will try to jump higher so I can jump further.