Monday, 20 November 2017

Child tooth decay - New Zealand.

WALT: I am able to distinguish between fact and opinion by identifying relevant language features the author has subtly used.
 This week we've been learning about Tooth decay, around New Zealand the numbers have raised and hospitals have now struggle with keeping up with dental care. Here is a presentation above to see what I've been working towards.

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Addition and Subtraction Word Problems.

WALT: Use different strategies to solve addition and subtraction word problems.

Addition and subtraction word problems, this week I've been learning about partitioning, reversibility, rounding and compensation. Look in the presentation above to see how I worked out these problems.

Word Problems - Week 5.

WALT: Use 2 different strategies to solve word problems.

During this week we've also been learning about Word problems, a few in our class tend to get confused as they're focusing on the words more than the problem. Today we have a few word problems today, take a look in the presentation above to see what I've been working on.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Maths Problems - Week 5

WALT: Solve maths problems.

During class today, I've learnt how to solve math problem. From options like addition, subtraction, division, times tables all into bed-mas. To see what I've learnt and gained so far, check the presentation above.

Athletics Day - How to achieve your personal best in Athletics!

Your personal best, events like Cross country, Tests or maybe even getting up earlier than you did the day before. But today, Athletics is one main event that us Pt. Englander's achieved in our personal best!

In Athletics there are activities like Javelin, Shot put, Sprints, High Jump, Discus and etc. There are a lot of variety of events you could choose to do your best in, and you could possibly do outstanding in all but personally it's best to train for things you’re least good at it. Working your way up from least favorite events to the events you love the most. Not everything has to be perfect but you always need to try your best in events like these, to satisfy not only you but your family as well!

Another way to achieve your personal best is to always stay in track of your records, So you could obviously know what to work towards for the next event coming up. By keeping your records of the events you took place in, You could compare it to previous years and see if you improved or not. It's also good to keep in track of goals so you could accomplish that and your personal best, that’s a 2 in 1 winning goal. It’ll be easy to write down your record and underline all your goals/training's to see where you’re at.

Always stay calm whenever you’re in and out events, if you were to come last always end with a smile. It’s not always about the placing, it’s about how you did and felt. Not everyone will get what they want but if you simply train and focus on your goals you may have a better chance of coming 1st, 2nd or 3rd.

Well that’s my listing of how to achieve your personal best. Remember it doesn’t have to be Athletics or Cross country, It could simply be a test or grading. Never give up! Always continue on and strive to succeed.

Monday, 13 November 2017

Koko the ape: Can apes really understand American sign language?

WALT: Finding evidence in a text, Use the process of elimination to find the "best fit" answer.

During Week 1 - 2 our class has been learning towards comprehension work, finding evidence that supports our answer in the text. For an understanding of what we've been taught, We were given a task to read an article about Koko the ape. We were given questions to answer with sentences in the text. Check the presentation above to see what I've been working towards.