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Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Art eportfolio post T3.

Description: we have been making self portraits of ourselves for calendar art. My favourite part of the background is of mallard (The fastest steam train ever). The picture shows my favourite thing and some patterns. Here is the slide:


 Feedback/Feedforward: i like your background especially the orange and red bit next to your ear. I ant think of anything you need to work on. Chase
Evaluation: Next time I can use more things to fill my picture.

Monday, 5 September 2016

Writing with Elly

In writing with Elly we have had a focus on sentences. The types of sentences are: complex, compound and simple. A simple sentence has one verb and a subject. A compound sentence has two simple sentences and a conjunction that make sense on their own. A complex sentence is the same except it does not make sense on its on own. 
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Feedback/Feedforward: I think you did well at getting a variety of simple sentences in the slide. You could work on making actual complex sentences and not compound. Abby

Evaluation: I found this task hard as I kept on getting complex sentences that were actually compound sentences. I reckon that the final product is pretty good. 

Sunday, 4 September 2016

E T Reo eportfolio sample

description: in Poutama each time the Kapa Haka people go to Kapa Haka the people who don't go stay and do E T Reo. We have had three whakatauki's (A whakatauki is a proverb/saying of wisdom) the whakatauki i chose was: He aha te mea nui o te ao? He Tangata, He Tangata, He Tangata, which translates to: What is the most important thing in the world? The people, The people, The people. I disagree with this as people would not be around without water. The third whakatauki was about: if you fall let it be to a lofty mountain. I made a model mountain. 

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Second whakatauki:
Third whakatauki: 



Feedback/Feedforward:I think you are quite right Toby because we would never be alive if we did not have any water in the world.I dont have any Feedback. Shrawan

Evaluation: I found this hard as everyone was telling me: "Oh, you need to restart because it's meant to be of you." But the teachers had said to make a character. My one is meant to be of a taniwha.