Sunday, 28 February 2016

different types of listening RJM

Description Maria Jacob and I made a video about active listening. We acted out two types of listening active listening and busy listening.

 Our big idea was to show people some of the different types of listening.

Feedback: I like how you put in the subtitles so you knew what type of listening it was.

Feed forward: you couldn't really hear much

Evaluation:I think I am good at active listening and I am getting better at it. To get better at it I will stay focused on the person who is speaking and not fidget with things.

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Treaty of waitangi

Description: Libby, Zoey and I made a ship on mine craft to show our learning about Waitangi Day. We added some signs with information about Waitangi Day on them. These are some photos of our creation. 

Big idea: our big idea was to show our learning about Waitangi Day and to make it clear that we knew about Waitangi Day and could tell people from different country's about it that didn't even know Waitangi Day was a thing. Also to tell people a few more facts about it.
Feedback: You did a really good job on the boat because the cabins look great and the sail looks real. Feedforward: you could have done more facts on you poster. Telaina 
Evaluation: first we found a good place in the water to  build our boat then we started to build the middle. Once we did that we built the sail then the added the front part. Then we looked at it to see if it was good. We decided that we needed to add a back part so we did that. Then we put in the information. Next time I think we should have added more information. I chose to go to multi because it  wasn't  too easy or too hard, it was just right for me. I did my creation on mine craft because I usually make a movie or a 3D model.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Stage 6/7 card challenge

Today and yesterday we worked on making our own fifteen card challenges. This is my challenge that I made. 

Monday, 1 February 2016

My one word

My one word is commitment. Commitment means to, for example commit your ideas to a conversation. This will challenge me because I am shy and quiet.