For math this week we are doing Fraction Follow Up. And fractions is a part of a whole number, and a way to split up a number into equal parts. It is written as the number of equal parts being counted, called the numerator, over the number of parts in the whole, called the denominator.
For PB4L we are doing why we should recycle are rubbish.
We should recycle are rubbish because there are several types of recycling processes that allow some materials to be used one or more times.
Thank You Whaea Hera. If you do not know who is Whaea Hera she is are lunch lady that make’s are lunch for us and i just want to thank Whaea Hera for the good lunch she give us and we really appreciate you being there for us.
for reading this week i have to use my revise skills needed to read for the meaning and understanding.
- We had to make a copy of the response to text slides.
- We had to watch the video on slide two.
- We have to read the story of josh a diving expert or professional and highlight some words.
- Then we had to do the rest of the work.
For inquiry this week we did a experiment about Dancing Raisins. We were in a group of 4. My group was Marcel, me, Beniz and Ahea. We had to go to a table and Miss Tele’a explained the task. One person had to get the materials from her. And here’s how to do the Dancing Raisins experiment.
- Pour some fizzy drink (Sprite) into the clear cup, filling it about halfway.
- Gently drop a few raisins into the cup with the fizzy drink.
- Watch carefully and see what happens to the raisins.
- Optional – Drop a cashew into the container and observe what is the same and what is different about the cashew’s behaviour.
I did well at putting the cashews and the raisins in the glass of sprite.
I enjoyed when we had to put in the cashew and the raisins.
I need to improve on to writing a blog in more detail.
For Cybersmart with Mr Goodwin this week we have made a Stop Motion. And stop motion is a special type of animation. And this is how to make one.
- Get a backround and get a car or anything else
- make a google slide and then name it Stop Motion – Animation
- and then you put your backround in your google slide and your image
- then move you image slowly and duplicate the slide each time
- Add words or extras to make it interesting.
What i enjoyed about it was looking back and seeing what i have creatied.
What i did well at is how i did to crash part.
What i need to improve on is how to explain better.
In maths we started learning about co-ordinates and how to plot points on a grid with Miss Tele’a. Co-ordinates usually come in pairs like this : (x, y) The number in the X position is to find where it is across, and the number in the Y position is for the line that goes straight up and down. When you plot the points you have to do it where the lines intersect.
I found this task a bit difficult but once I got the hang of it it was easy.
In Cybersmart this week we have been learning about Google Meet Etiquette. Etiquette is another way of saying manners.
Some of the things we talked about were:
- Mic off
- Camera on
- Rasing hand button
- Having a good background
And next week we are going to have our own Google Meet with Mr Goodwin
For reading this week we are doing No Rhyme Spotlight.
And i had to SACAWAC the words out of jail First I had to say it loud out while looking at it second I had to cover it and say it third I had to write it onto a without looking on my chromebook whiteboard and Lastly I had to check if I spelt it right.
Lastly I SACAWACED my words before I had to bloged it.
I did good at ticking my words but what I didn’t do good at was SACAWACING.
I enjoyed SACAWACING the words
For writing this week we talked about Emotive language. And a Emotive language example is like Adjectives – appalling, wonderful, magical, and tragic. Abstract Nouns – freedom, pride, justice, love, and terror. Verbs – destroyed, vindicated, saved, betrayed, and adored. And this is my wirting work.
For math this week we talked about algorithm. And algorithm means a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer. And this is my math work.