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Monday, 11 September 2017

Chose the correct kupu

Task 4:
Whainga Ako:  identify the kupu that makes the sentence make sense.
Highlight the correct word in italics that makes the sentence make sense.

Who makes Decisions?
Students make decisions everyday, however,   many/may  of the decisions they see and experience may   not/got   have been carefully considered. It is important for students to   understand/understood   that the use of this skill will allow them to sort/short   through problems, brainstorm options, analyse the positive and negative outcomes, and then implement and   reflect/deflect   on the choices they make. When applied to   school/shoal   issues, this process gives students the ability to  make/take decisions individually, or collaboratively, to   improve/approve   their quality of school life. The decision making model for years  4-6 involves five   basic/difficult steps. Students identify a decision to be made, brainstorm options, identify if they need/seed   help making the decision, make the decision, and describe the outcome of the decision. Decision-making is a behavior, and   like/strike   any other behavior, it can become a habit. If children get into the   cabin/habit   of making quick and impulsive decisions, they are  move/more    likely to make those types of decisions for the best/rest  of their lives. If, on the other hand, children are   thought/taught   to think out their decisions carefully and deliberately, they  night/might  develop positive habits that stay with them forever.

Clozed activity

Task 1:  Fill in the missing words using the Reading.
Whainga Ako:  to skim and scan to locate keywords in the reading.

Who makes Decisions?
Students make decisions everyday, however, many of the decisions they see and experience  may not have been carefully considered. It is important for students to understand that the use of this skill will allow them to sort through problems, brainstorm options, analyse the positive and negative outcomes, and then implement and  reflect on the choices they make. When applied to school issues, this process gives students the ability  to make decisions individually, or collaboratively , to improve their quality of school life. The decision making model for years  4-6 involves five basic steps. Students identify a decision to be made, brainstorm options , identify if they need help making the decision, make the decision, and describe the outcome of the decision.  Decision-making is a behaviour, and like any other behaviour, it can become a habit. If children get into the habit of making quick and impulse  decisions, they are more likely to make those types of decisions for the rest of their lives. If, on the other hand, children are taught to think out their decisions carefully and deliberately, they might develop positive habits that stay with them forever.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Practice coaching for ripper



After morning tea me and other people from Rm15 came to reef reaper rugby  we started to play and matua Noha coached us and we just had turns at reefing our team got the first trie and then we started to reef Alize was first he had to tell us to get on side and first pace and pace.at the end we all had to catch a high kick or low it was your decision .
18th Mei 2017

Whainga ako:Organize our speeches

Tena koutou katou
Ko Manuera toku ingoa
Ko Kaikohe west school i te kura
Ko Matai te maunga
Ko Tapu Wai te awa
Ko Ngitupato te marae
Ko Te rarawa te hapu
Ko Ngapuhi te iwi
Ko Ngatokimatawhaorua te waka
Ko Julie raua ko Jack oku maatua

In  opinion people should play outside more or be outside more because. You get fresh air. And you can  run around and be energetic and go HEAHEA!!! And you don’t have to be a big fat slob.
I think people should go outside because. You might become a famous athlete or WWE superstar. Or anything like that and you will be able to beat  multiple  people in game’s and race’s/Outside from your school or marathons.



18th Mei 2017

Whainga ako:Organize our speeches

Tena koutou katou
Ko Manuera toku ingoa
Ko Kaikohe west school i te kura
Ko Matai te maunga
Ko Tapu Wai te awa
Ko Ngitupato te marae
Ko Te rarawa te hapu
Ko Ngapuhi te iwi
Ko Ngatokimatawhaorua te waka
Ko Julie raua ko Jack oku maatua

In  opinion people should play outside more or be outside more because. You get fresh air. And you can  run around and be energetic and go HEAHEA!!! And you don’t have to be a big fat slob.
I think people should go outside because. You might become a famous athlete or WWE superstar. Or anything like that and you will be able to beat  multiple  people in game’s and race’s/Outside from your school or marathons.



Te Ra:23 5 2017 Otaua  JJ3 \situation



Baked Bean on Toast
Whainga Ako: Read text to find the exact kupu needed to make the sentence make sense.
Fill in the missing kupu using your pukapuka and the page numbers.

Pg 18 All week the three of us had  been planning to go to the opening  of the latest jackie Chan movie.

Pg 18. Then i started towards The Empire hoping  that Mum would appear before I  there.

Pg 20. From there, I could see the pub door, but anyone  coming out wouldn't  be able to see me.

Pg 20. I was still waiting for her to come out of the Empire when a voice behind me  made me jump.

Pg 21. I’d overheard  him and  Rosa, heaps of times, talking about mum  and the pokies.

Pg 22. After the  movie, Jacob and ricky  and I walked  home, punching and  kicking the air all the way like we were black belt experts.

Pg 22. “Aunty Rosa can talk,” I  to cover up the awkwardness  us.    

Pg 23. While we were eating, I told her about  the movie.

Pg 23.   “My pay from cafe’s going to get into their bank account,” said.

Friday, 19 May 2017

19thMei 2017 Whainga ako: korero maori.



E aha ana ahau e takaro
E aha ana ahau e mahi       
E aha ana ahau e aroha
E aha ana ahau e tuhituhi
E aha ana ahau e oma
E aha ana ahau e korero
E aha ana ahau e awhi
E aha ana ahau e panui
E aha ana ahau e tuhituhi     

E aha ana ahau e pangari