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Friday, 11 August 2017

(GEGNZ) Student Summit Reflection

At the GEGNZ Also known as (Google Educator Group New Zealand) hosted By Ormiston Junior College. First we had to go in the theatre for a presentation about the sea after all of that was finished we got to go and have fun spending time with my friends, also going around and watching, learning new things about coding and other sorts of things in New Zealand. I got to see how other people reacted on how they presented and we got to go and see robots and new codes that we did not no how to use. 

We also go to present our work there were two types of groups The Scratch Team and The Penn Group we presented at different time so we were last what we had to present to our group of people what we got to teach them was about scratch and how it would help them. they also got to make there own game after we had presented we got to go in to the theatre were there where prizes given out to kids there were three kids that got to them from our school they were, Mitchell, Yvonne, and Simon. So after we had finished with the prizes we had to go back to school and relax.

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

maths tenths hundreds

Walt. Understand tenths hundredths
 
Today we have to do tenths and hudredths we were learning to write decimals as words and also to find thier partners as fractions.

Extension- Reflection

Today I have created a game with my buddy about space we were given a task to make a game about space. Our game was based on planets so the planets that we picked was Mars, Earth and the Moon we had characters which we created. 

Our problems were our code for how to move a character which kept on bugging out so we had a little help with the problem which was Zoe she was from a place OMG tech.

Our solution was to look over the parts that was good and to look back at our old games to give us and idea 

Scratch Game Play

Monday, 26 June 2017

Introduction ( Persuasive Writing )

Walt  Discuss and justify my responses to a small range of texts
  
 Today were are learning to intorduce our writng by using a ? to start of our writing and also to pul in our reader into our writing.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Well weather









Graph maths

Walt Identify and use tenths to make numbers
We have been learning how to use tenths and also to use them in other ways in our maths
and also read our graphs so that we can interpret it into our work.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Extension work - Space Information- Nasa

We have done some researching things that can help  us in the future.

Nasa Technology To benefit our lives.

We should create a suit that can with stand high temperatures and also harsh weathers and also a suit that can have a longer life span so that we are able to breathe longer and also how humans can stay in space longer here is an explanation

This person was the first man to go around the earths orbital atmosphere and make it safely back to earth and he was also the first man in space to come back an go into to space,

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Persuasive writing/Planning

Walt Plan out a persuasive piece of writing
  We are learning to plan our writing thoroughly so that we are able to understand put those ideas into our writing.

Brainstorm Writing

Walt Plan our persuasive writing

Monday, 12 June 2017

Tenths work

Walt Recognise Tenths
Today we have been learning how to recognise a tenths when we see and also when we understand the tenths

What is it Writing activitie One

Walt Plan out a persuasive writing
We have been learning about persuasive writing about how we feel about the matters of our world into our hands.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Decimal Fractions Maths work

Walt: identify and use tenths to make numbers
Decimal fractions


Place value practice with tenths

We are learning to use tenths

Example: Fill in your worksheet as shown

Example: 345.6

100
10
1
3
4
5
6

Expanded number: 300 + 40 + 5 + 6/10

Exercise 1


What to do
  1. Fill in your worksheet
  2. Then expand your number

1) 34.5 (2) 8.7 (3) 2.1

4) 18.9 (5) 23.8 (6) 1.6

7) 0.5 (8) 0.2 (9) 3.9

10) 15.2 (11) 15 (12) 674

13) 1023 (14) 1045.6 (15) 300.1

16) 89.4 (17) 0.9 (18) 0.3

19) 104.3 (20) 100.5












Question
1000
100
10
1
Expanded number
1.


3
4
5
34.5
2



8
7
8.7
3



2
1
2.1
4


1
8
9
18.9
5


2
3
8
23.8
6



1
6
1.6

7



0
5
                 0.5
8



0
2
0.2
9



3
9
3.9
10


1
5
2
15.2
11


1
5

15.0
12

6
7
4

67.4
13
1
0
2
3

102.3
14
1
0
4
5
6
1045.6
15

3
0
0
1
300.1
16


8
9
4
89.4
17



0
9
0.9
18



0
3
0.3
19

1
0
4
3
104.3
20

1
0
0
5
100.5






Exercise 2


What to do:
Write the expanded numbers as a decimal fraction


Question
100
10
1
1/10
Decimal fraction
A
4

3

403
B

8
9

89
C
2
3
4
6
234.6
D
3

6

306
E




0
F

7

1
70.1
G
6



600
H


3
8
3.8
I
8
2
4
5
824.5
J
3

1

301
K
2
3
5
9
235.9




Exercise 3
Underline the tenths in each question

1)  34.6 (2) 78 (3) 345.9

4)  1234.6 (5) 67.9 (6) 0.012

7)  59.345 (8) 12345.8 (9) 456.67

10)  12.89 (11) 0.897 (12) 21.21


Exercise 4
Highlight the digit in the tens place

1) 24 741 (2) 18 932 (3) 78.043

4) 567.15 (5) 4536. 407


Exercise 5

Add one tenth () to each of these numbers

1)  0.8 (2) 0.4 (3) 12.1

4) 24.4 (5) 12.6 (6) 168.5

7)  2145.3 (8) 1.0 (9) 24.0



Exercise 6

Take one tenth () from each of these numbers

1) 39.5 (2) 32.0 (3) 123.6

4) 0.90 (5) 45.5 (6) 56.0

7) 286. 1 (8) 39.0 (9) 8.1

10) 478.29