Thursday, May 21, 2015

Technology in WW1

Today Mr Burt came to the senior block and talked about technology and is it good or bad.So we were called in to sit in the middle of the senior block, it is called the street.

Mr Burt started to talk about his grandfather and how he was lived a long life how technology changed. Mr Burt told us that his grandfather owned the very first natural bike with the two wheels with chains and pedals. Then he told us that when he was a little boy that he saw one of the first airplanes ever created and when he grew up into a man the first man landed on the moon.

Future Aspiration

Today we heard from Marcus Winter and Louis Gordon-Latty. they were introduced by a special being Andrew Patterson.

It was very interesting what we had saw. What I liked the most was when Marcus showed us a video of some of his work that he has done and how he got to where he is in his career.

He showed us that he was not really smart when he was a kid and then he showed us his primary report and he had on it that he slow to the max at writing. So he got put into a class which he thought was the extension group for the smart kids but he was put in one for the kids who needed help with his learning.

It was kinda sad but then he told us that he learnt how to write fast and after that when his class got tested he got the best grammar score in his entire class and I found that very interesting

Mr Wise man’s question:What stood out for me. The thing that stood up for me is the quote that Andrew said “People may forget what you said, People may forget what you did, But they will never forget how you made them feel.

Animals At War

What our group is learning in think/infer about the text and show our
understanding about the text.

Friday, May 8, 2015

WW1 TimeLine

In one of our zeal zone group, Mrs Moala talks to us about the timeline's about what happened in WW1. We were all given a timeline, which we Grab information form different site's.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

The treaty of waitangi

treaty of waitangi

What does Waitangi mean to me ?

Here is a link to the treaty of Waitangi
Waitangi is a treaty that was made in 1840 to make peace between English and Mario.
The treaty is what made the 3 P’s Protection, Partnership and Participation.
The treaty was created by William Hobson and James Busby.

The treaty was made in 6/2/1840.

If the treaty was not made there will be a lot of war and a lot of people will be dead and there will not be any technology in New Zealand and I will not be alive, nobody in this school will be alive.