Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Mihi Assessment Term 3 Week 8

Te Reo Solo Rubric - Mihi



Pre-structural







Unistructural

     
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Multistructural


Relational

Extended Abstract
I have no idea what a mihi is
I know what my mihi means and I can explain this
I can say my mihi with the help of someone else or a resource
I can independently say my mihi with correct pronunciation (off by heart)
I can listen to a person’s mihi and understand.

I can teach others to say their mihi correctly.
Strategies could include:
  • Written prompts
  • Picture prompts
  • Peer/adult support
Strategies could include:
  • Written prompts
  • Picture prompts
  • Peer/adult support
Strategies could include:
  • Written prompts
  • Picture prompts
  • Peer/adult support

I put myself as “Extended Abstract” because I know my mihi off by heart, and I understand others’ mihis.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Oaklands School Learner Qualities Week 7 Term 3

Oakland School Learner Qualities
Be Self Aware (Excellence Value): SML tasks


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Be self aware
I know my learning goals.
I know how I learn best.
Think about and reflect on:
  • How have I been managing my time with completing my SML Tasks?
  • How well have I been completing them?
  • Have I been completing my MUST Dos each week?
  • Have I been organised enough to complete bonus tasks?


What is my learning goal?
IALT manage my time well so I complete all my “MUST Do” SML Tasks each week
What has been going well?
I get most of my SMLs done than I used to.
What have I been learning to do to get the tasks done?
I use my time wisely and get my work done.
Which tasks have I completed well?  Why?
→ I always get my reading, writing and maths done.
→ I always get my spelling done.
→ I always get any blogs done.
→ I always get kiVa done.
→ I always get my chinese done.

These tasks are easy to do in free time, and at school rather than home.
Which tasks have been challenging?  Why?
→ Mathletics

I don’t go home and do it, and even if I plan to, I forget. If I remember then I am proud of myself that I got my Mathletics done.
What are some other bonus tasks I would like to do?

I like doing SSR (Sustained Silent Reading) and SSW (Sustained Silent Writing).
My next step is……..
Get my Mathletics done every week.






Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Art Attack Term 3 Week 4

This week we are focused on art attack.

The type of art we are doing is inspired by Raewyn Harris, who is an artist that creates art similar to this.

What is the goal?
The goal was to create artist inspired artwork.

What did I learn to do?
I learnt how to create Artwork inspired by Raewyn Harris.
We looked at colours and what colours go well together. We looked at complementary colours. Complementary colours are opposite each other in the colour wheel.

What is my next step?
My next step is to try and draw my main Koru more rounded at the edges.

My favourite part of my art is probably the fern in the bottom left.

Here is a picture of my finished artwork.


Thursday, 10 August 2017

Music Term 3 Week 2

How did you go about achieving this?
Worked as hard as I could to get it finished
What resources were used to help you?
Used a device to write down our rap.
Did you go through the process on your own or collaborate with other people?
I was collaborating with Jordyn.
How did you find the process?
A little difficult because you had to find a lot of words that rhymed.
What did you enjoy most about the process of creating a rap?
Collaborating and finding words to rhyme.


What might be your next step?
To make it more interesting.


I wake up on Monday,
Pretending to be sick,
‘Cause everyday on my way to school,
You push me into the ditch.


You pass rumours around,
and push me to the ground,
you throw me into the school pool,
you think you’re just so cool!

I’ve told the teacher many times,
But all the bully does is lie!


I have to fake the flu to get away from you.  

Why do you taunt me and haunt me?

by Daphne and Jordyn

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Multiplication and division Term 2/3

WALT solve written division by showing remainder as a decimal.




I have learned how to divide numbers that are hard to work out on their own, by using this strategy. Usually I write the remainder, but we are learning to convert the remainder into a decimal. In this case, the remainder was R1. In a fraction, that would be 1/4. In a decimal, 0.25. so I just add 0.25 on the end to show my understanding and working out.

This Term we are learning about Percentages, Ratios and Proportions. I think my next step is to understand percentages, and to be able to easily convert decimals, fractions, and remainders into percentages. I would like to work on this because percentages are my weak spot in Maths.

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Integrated Learning Term 3

Alexia, Jordyn, and I made 3 posters to show other students what rubbish goes in the right bin. We are going to display these posters around the school to ensure the rubbish goes in the correct bin.