This term during triple R lessons, we have been doing some activities focusing on the 16 habits of mind. Today in triple R we reflected we reflected on the HOM. Listening with understanding and empathy. Firstly we began with a drawing activity and had some disscuian about the varritaions of interpretations. Then, we did a … Continue reading Triple R
My passion project topic is my African holiday images and videos put together hopefull it will be good.
The phillenpine crocodile speak to each other since they were in eggs. These beautiful animals are harmless to us, but they are endangered. These Crocodiles are the most endangered crocodile in the world. Crocodiles have lived for thousands of years. To have another breed be endangered and go extinct will be horrible. Dynamite fishing … Continue reading Philipine Crocodile
We have been doing the block views. We took photos for the front and side views and built it with blocks. Then we got a sheet and we had to make it, write down the maximum, minimum and variations. We had lots of fun.
I chose the country France because I’ve always liked and been interested in the country.
Some differences between Australia is… Squeezing someone’s hands tight in a handshake is known to be highly impolite and offensive. Also hitting a closed first with a open has should be highly avoided.
There are a few things that we have in common with France and they are… When meeting someone you should shake their hand. Also there is people are only aloud inside your house if they are invited.
If I lived in the French culture the most challenging thing would be to… eating snails and frog feet. I would prefer not to eat the snails and frogs because I just don’t thing its a normal thing to do for me.
Honestly I think the French culture is really wonderful and formal with there approaches and appearances. Some of the things I found really surprised me, like how the French try to limit other culture because the think that because it’s there country and they deserve to live there.
I hoped you learnt a little from this blog post and the progress of the learning about other cultures and countries. I think its a great way to teach yourself about cultures that you’ve never heard of and countries you have but want to learn more.
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My factual documentary is about The Great Ocean Road. The beginning of the building began in 1819. The workers were people who survived world war 1. The Great Ocean Road was first opened in 1932. I think we should focus on the building and the views of the people who created the great ocean Road … Continue reading Great Ocean Road
The great summation trick is where you solve the numbers 1 to 100 in seconds. Carl Frederick Gauss did it as a child. I think I have the answer. So in all the numbers there are families to 100. For example 1-99, 2-98. You can do that 49 times because you half the 100 and … Continue reading The Great Summation Trick.
My highlights were… Ted and making my passion project
My accomplished goal is… Getting a tad better in maths
My goal for next term is… To be alright at maths
I was pleased about… Completing my ted talk
I would like to improve on… Math
So That’s my Term reflection
Today we watched The other passion projects. Asha’s was really good and she can do really cool tricks. Olli’s would have been good except he wasn’t there to answer any questions and I didn’t get the point. Hannah’s was good. Jacks Was good but some parts dragged on to long.
To begin with we explored win at the fair. I explored and played with Lulu and Sophie Riordan. We began recording data. I then observed the number charts and dice. Then that got me thinking that the prize money gets lower the higher the chart goes, and the numbers most likely to get picked were … Continue reading WIN @ THE FAIR