Monday, 29 February 2016
Sunday, 28 February 2016
Description: we chose to do learning about active,busy and me2 listening active is when you are listening to the speaker and looking and agreeing and disagreeing with the speaker and then telling them why.busy listening is when the speaker is talking to you but you are playing with something or you are talking to someone else. Me2 listening is when someone is speaking and you are listening but then you but in and they try to talk but then you are still talking so then they just give up.
Big idea: for the learning we had to make a 30 sec video that showed 2 or 3 ways of listening (active,busy and me2 listening). In this video up above we are going to or have showen you what active and busy listening is. I learnt that it is best to be a active listener but it is best to be a busy listener when someone is being mean to you.
Feedback/feedforward:I think that you did good at being the host of the video. I don't have anything that you could improve on. Max b
Evaluation: I think I did good at speaking clearly because I can here myself easily I think I am good at being a active listener because I always know what to do and I am always agreeing and disagreeing and I always am looking at the speaker.
Tuesday, 2 February 2016
Description: for the past two weeks we have been learning about the treaty of waitangi we had to show what we have learnt we had to put this on a creation that has to get enough facts so we can get it on the rubric.The rubric shows us how much information we have on our blog post there is five places those are pre, Uni, multi, relational and extended abstract.
Question:Why did they have the treaty.
The Treaty of Waitangi was signed in the grounds of James Busby’s house in Waitangi, in the Bay of Islands. It was signed on February 6th 1840 and is considered by many to be the founding document of New Zealand. It was signed by 500 Maori Chiefs and the British Leaders representing the British Crown.
There were two different versions signed, one in Maori and one in English. The wording was not exactly the same. And so the words did not mean the same to both parties, this has caused many problems over the years. Especially as past Governments have not always abided by the Treaty agreements.
Celebrating New Zealand's Waitangi Day. Waitangi Day is a public holiday held on 6 February every year to commemorate the signing of New Zealand's founding document - the Treaty of Waitangi - in 1840.
Feedback/feedforward: I think you could put more questions. I think you did got on the video because you spook Cleary. Max
Evaluation: i think I did good at getting all the info because there is lots of things you learn about. I think I could improve on having more things like the image video.
Monday, 1 February 2016
Description: for the start of the year we are doing a task that we have to think of one word this is when we think of a word that can challenge as for the year and make as better at what our words is my word is creativity I won't to get more creative when I do work.