Description: In week 7, we had an overnight stay at the local Marae in Woodville. We were immersed in Maori culture and participated in a range of activities. We set two goals to focus on during our stay.
1. I know I achieved my goals because I did what I was told in the Marae and didn't make a single noise.
2. I was proud of when I had to tell my mihi because I had to tell in front of everybody.
3. I found challenging is Ti Rakau because of the moves I hardly can do any.
Description: We have been learning about Geometry for Maths for the past few weeks. We looked at all the different types of shapes and in particular triangles. We have learnt that there are 4 different types of triangles and we created something to share our understanding about each of them.
My video was about the four different triangles equilateral isoceles scalene and right angle triangle the equilateral has 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles the isoceles has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles the scalene has 0 equal sides and 0 equal angles and the right angle triangle has 0 equal sides but it has a 90 degree angle.
I think I did a great job of explaining the four different triangles I think that next time I should explain where is the 90 degree angle.
Feedback. I like how you took turns with the triangles.
Description: Oral storytelling is a Maori tradition. We have been planning our own story to tell on the Marae in Week 7.
My story is a explaining story which was about Why people have different skin colour.
-Between 1 and 2 minutes long -Using your voice to make sounds effects -Using your whole body to make actions -Use your face to tell a story through facial expression -Knowing the story, knowing the setting -Get the picture into your listener’s head -Stay in character - keep your composure. -Audience participation
-Unique and original (Hook your audience)
I think that I did well on talking about the story I think next time I could do more actions.