Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Retirement speech


My graph

Graph One:Screen Shot 2017-08-29 at 8.09.54 PM.png

  • plot co-ordinates onto a graph from a relationship table File:Simple 4-quadrant heart curve.svg - Wikimedia Commons
  • link plotted coordinates on a graph

Graph Two:

  • plot coordinates across positive and negative quadrants
Hint: try graphing a shape

File:Distance-time graph example.png - Wikimedia Commons

Graph Three:

We will have met the success criteria when we
  • graph a word problem on paper and through a computer spreadsheet
  • explain how positive and negative coordinates are plotted onto a graph

  • can interpret graphed informati

Create - Mathematics. We are learning to recognise and explain rules and relationships within patterns.
Our focus is on
  • graphing relationships within patterns.
  • creating and interpreting graphs
  • graphing through four quadrants


  • plot co-ordinates onto a graph from a relationship table
This graph shows that you have times the term by 9 to get the answer.
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  • plot coordinates across positive and negative quadrants
In this one you had to draw a frog. To get the frog you had to follow the coordinates.
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  • create a mathematical story and show this using a graph

Sep 19, 2017 9:51:35 AM.jpg

This graph is a story line and the story goes like this,

One day there was a kid, Jery and he was on the run to get away from these people and to his family.

He started his journey fast because the chasers were up his bum, he ran 2k in 1hr after that he started to get tired also the chaser weren’t up his bum any more so he slowed down. Within three hours Jery had run/walked 3k. Another 1h and 45 minutes had past and by that time Jery was tired and the sky was black. In that time he managed to get to  Nye-eve and Nye-eve was a peaceful town so he decided to settle down for the night, on the streets of Nye-eve. It was good that it was peaceful town because it means he doesn't have to worry as much as he would in the dark woods. When he awoke all he wanted was his nice warm bed and some breakfast, he was also scared and cold so he said to himself “go Wwhile iiits mmmorning.” So off he went, and within 30 minutes he had done 1k. This is because there is no bush/forest to climb through and had to move fast because he was out in the open. After that he paced himself to 1 hr 30 minutes and 6k. Then he realessed that he was in town. He keep on walking then he realised he was in his own town “My town” he said “Yeah!” he screamed so he started running but he still had to find his house.

By Poppy

Comparing to Professionals

Success Criteria: I will have been successful when I can
  • Demonstrate my understanding of the structure of the New Zealand political system.

  • Name of party

  • ID leaders

  • Slogan

  • Deliberate use of colour

  • Photo of party members

  • Clear to read/see

  • No overlap

  • Logo

  • Contactdetails

  • Polices x2

Our political pamphlet got 10/10 because it has everything it needs. Our outcome was awesome. Personally something I would change next time is the colour and layout. The creators are Molly.

Tuesday, 4 July 2017


We are learning to present our thinking and ideas in a range of ways.  
Context: Matariki
We will have been successful when we have gathered our vocabulary around Matariki and presented it in a word cloud on our learning blog.
 We went to to build our word clouds.

Friday, 30 June 2017

Maori words for clothing

In He Kakano we have been learning how to say the words for clothing/Kakahu in Te Reo Maori. Watch my slideshow and video below so that you can learn too.

Traditional Maori Clothing

On Friday mornings I am in the He Kākano class which is a senior Te Reo Māori language and culture. This this term we have been learning about traditional Maori clothing and we had a go at creating our own garments. Here is our work. Please leave a, helpful, thoughtful and positive comment.