Friday, May 11, 2018

My non chronological report

For the past two weeks our class has been learning about non chronological report.
I learnt what a non chronological report was.I found writing lots of fake fact on my other report.
Compared from the start I have Improved my factual language and paragraphing.

The indicator shoes

This report is to inform you about the Indicator shoe. This shoe is made for safety on the sidewalks. The company named Nikoli stainger in 2011 sent 6 pairs of shoes to people and got the to try them. They agreed to try them for 6 months.

Style: I named it the indicator shoe because whatever way you point your foot the arrows at the back point in that direction. I think that this shoe is special because, no one has made a shoe like the one I have just completed. This shoe is important because it tells people what way you are going  plus it is eco friendly which I think is really important.

Materials: The shoe is made out of Bamboo,sheeps wool,plastic and light which is all is recycled at a recycling dump.This is important to the shoes design because it is kinder on the environment and will not kill plants. The bamboo sides on the shoe are important because it keeps out the water which keeps the buyers feet dry. The sheeps wool inner sole will keep all feet comfortable and warm. The plastic cover over the lights to keep them dry.

Price: This shoe will be in shops all around the world it will be sold for $45.At this price people will want to buy this shoe price because it is cheaper and safer than other shoes.

98% of people love the shoe.
The  indicator shoe can be summed up in one word safe.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Day 1: The Early Years (Late 1800s – 1919) Activity 2: The Right to Vote

On your blog tell us what you think about the fact that women were not allowed to vote in Saudi Arabia until 2015.

I think It was a silly idea that women weren't allowed to vote, I also think it was unfair to all the women that wanted to vote but  couldn't. I'm happy now that every one of age can vote in Saudi Arabia. When researching I came across this: '
Abdullah of Saudi Arabia granted women the right to vote in 2011 for the local vote. Then it was in 2015 Saudi Arabia allowed women to vote in the General Elections'.  

On 19 September 1893 lord Glasgow signed a new Electoral Act to allow women to vote in New Zealand, I was surprised that there was a time when women couldn't vote.

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    Day 1: The Early Years (Late 1800s – 1919) Activity 1: St Joseph’s Cathedral

    Use your search engine to find a picture of another famous cathedral. Post a picture of the cathedral on your blog. Underneath the picture tell us: the name of the cathedral, where the cathedral is located, when it was built, and how long it took to build.

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    • Name: St Paul's Cathedral
    • Location: London
    • Address: St. Paul's churchyard London EC4M 8AD, UK.
    • Years to build: From 1675 to 1715 = 40 years

    Wednesday, January 24, 2018

    Day 5: The Dawn of a New Era Activity 2: The Treaty of Waitangi

    On your blog, tell us three fun things that you can do as a visitor in Waitangi. Which one would you like to do the most?

    •  Live Kapa Haka performances
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    • Take a tour along the Waitangi River or explore the Semi-formal Gardens that surround the treaty house.
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    • 6 km forest walk that leads to the Haruru Falls.
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    The one I would like the most is the live Kapa Haka performances.

    Day 5: The Dawn of a New Era Activity 1: Translating Phrases

    Use google translate to translate the following five phrases from English to Te Reo Maori or from Te Reo Maori to English. Post the translate on your blog.

    1. (Maori)Nau Mai ki Aotearoa (English)welcome to New Zealand
    2. (English)_____ is my name              (Maori) Ko Toku ingoa
    3. (English) What is your name            (Maori) he aha to ingoa
    4. (Maori) He pai taku ki te takaro i te whutupaoro.          (English) I like to play the whutupaoro
    5. ( English) Where do you come from?       (Maori) No hea koe
    (Whutupaoro did not  translate it means football)

    Tuesday, January 23, 2018

    Day 4: Hitting a High Note Activity 1: The Waiata - A Song in Your Heart v

    Use Google to research traditional Maori Waiata. listen to a number of waiata and read the lyrics. On your blog tell us which one of the waiata you found you like the most. Why do I like it?

    My favourite traditional Maori Waiata to listen to is Tai Aroha here is a link to the lyrics.
    I like it because it  has a good sound and has a decent beat.

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    Day 4: Hitting a High Note Activity 2: Playing Games

    Choose one game, and on your blog, tell us the (1) name of the game, (2) the goal or purpose of the game, and (3) two rules.

    Name of game: ki o Rahi

    Space needed: half a rugby field

    Rules: get the ball off the other team well the ball is in the air. hit hte sticks at the end of the field and hit the tupu to bank the points. 

    Stuff needed:1 tupu (central target) 40 gallon drum or rubbish bin.
    7 pou.
    Normal ball, rocks, rolled up jersey or anything.
    Field marking.
    Team ID.

    I love this game because it's a physical game to play and we love playing it at school.