Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Culture punctuation

I have been learning about punctuation and were they are supposed to go. I have edited the second one to show you were to put you're punctuation in the right spot's.

Monday, 25 August 2014

Explaning my event

Running on water basketball was invented in Auckland NZ by a man and his name was George in 2009. His aim of the game was to run as fast as you can to shot the ball in the basketball hoop.

George had already sorted out his equipment and they are waterproof shoes, swimsuits, 1 ball and 2 hoops.
He needed a surface on both sides, cones around the edge and the space had to be as big as the reserve.

There had to be 25 players per team and the positions were center , power forward, small forward, point guard and shooting guard. George’s rules are simple there are no pushing, no tripping, no double dribble, start with a pass and if the ball goes out it’s the other teams ball.

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Break Dancing

Danielle break dancing from Team 4 Pes on Vimeo.

About Korea school

  1. How long do they do there homework?
  2. Do they eat raw chicken?
  3. What time does there school finish?
  4. What kind of food do they take to school?

They take 4 to 5 hours of working on their homework.

Korean people really do eat raw chicken.

There school finishes in 14 hours time.

They take cooked chicken and curry rice.

Annyong means "HI"

Tjis is what I have been learning about.These are the differences against Korea and NZ.

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Annyoug means 'HI'

  1. Seoul is a very noisy city in South Korea.

  1. So we know where the setting is and where its taking place.

  1. I saw very interesting shops that had no doors or anything to open or walk through it was blank.

  1. It is different because there is no grass in Seoul school but there is grass in NZ schools.
This is a photo of a school in Korea and I have some information on the top for everyone to look at.

What is cultures?

What is culture?
Culture is a unique language that other nations speak.Like for an example I am Maori.Maori people have different cultural activities and cultural rituals. Maori s have value ways also thoughtful ways of thinking. Maori s have responsibility for them and where they come from.

In Japan the older women wear a traditional dress called the kimono.They wear these to celebrate or do something at a show.These dresses are very beautiful and older women might wear these to look a bit younger.
Maori culture is very special they do a traditional dance called the haka. The.The haka was supposed to scare people and make scary faces.In the Maori generation there is a Maori king who was watching people preforming the haka.

We have been learning about different cultures.Ms Jacobsen has read us a paragraph about the traditional Japanese dress called a kimono.

Friday, 15 August 2014

All about shooting

What is shooting?
Shooting is a sport that is in the commonwealth. All you need is a gun to shoot your target and get a point.Also you need to earn the safety of this.

What to wear?
You need to wear gloves,glasses and earplugs.These are to protect your eyes,hands and your ears so you do not turn out def.These props are very important so you must put them on before shooting.

Where to stand for safety?
You need to stand about 20 feet away from your target.It is important because if you shoot the bullet will just might bounce back and get you.

How to win?
You win by shooting the target.If you shoot it in the middle were the red dot is then you get more points.Besides you can also win.

Friday, 8 August 2014

What cutting breaks are

Cutting breaks is mixing records so that the sound's never stopped.

Thursday, 7 August 2014


We have been learning about angle's and how many degrees there are in a quarter.  

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Porportion area problems

Teamwork part 2

  1. Why did Ina ignore Lucy? Ina ignore Lucy because she was near the goal.

  1. Where should Ina position herself for the other teams throw in?Ina should have position her self some where that she was free.

Definition (meaning)
It was Ina  first game and she was Worried.
Lucy waved her arms in a state of panic.
Ina lifted the ball above her head.
Ina  waited with painful uncertainty in the goal circle.  
Ina was calm as she shot the ball.  

  1. Ina waited with painful uncertainty in the goal circle.
  2. Ina raised the ball above her head and tried to score a goal.

As Ina shot the ball she was calm.