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Tuesday, 5 May 2020

W.A.L.T: To define and understand key concepts.




Traditions


  an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behaviour (such as a religious practice or a social custom
 I think it means that their culture is being passed off for generation to generation

Tongan Traditional Dances performed by Tonga Masani Dancers - YouTube

 This is a dance that they do for fun or pride

Change 


 to make different in some particular
 I think it is making or making a difference 
5 Stages of Change - Ian Cleary

 I think this is a plant that was changing from being a little flower and then changing into a bigger one.

Migration


 the act, process, or an instance of migrating
 Different parts of the country that you are living in

New Zealand Atlas of Population Change | Internal Migration
 This is an image of New Zealand which has different migration that people are in

Globalisation



 the process by which businesses or other organizations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale.
 I think its something to do with connecting with other people by using signals
Globalisation | Many Answers

 Different parts of the global a.k.a earth being highlighted for globalisation 

Sustainability


 the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level.
 Treating things in the way you want to be treated.

 Globalisation | Many Answers

Someone who has control of the earth.


Modernisation

 the process of adapting something to modern needs or habits.
 I don’t really know but I think its something to do that stuff that wasn’t here on the past now they are like phones, tv’s and much more that are electronic

Lloyd's modernisation to continue in 2018 | Insurance Business

 Different types of modern apps that are being used right now as for today.  

Perspectives



 the art of representing three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface so as to give the right impression of their height, width, depth, and position in relation to each other.
 Other answers from other people lie your parents, your friends, your teacher and your peers

A different perspective | Blog | Veldhoen + Company

 A boy and another boy complaining by whos wrong and whos right.

Values



 the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.
 The rules or policy you need to follow for e.g RISE meaning R-respect other people, I- integrity-success, and finally E is rEsponsibility. 

Tamaki College 

 The values we use for my college.

Monday, 16 March 2020

Akomanga Kaihanga project

Hello, my name is Mathew I am from Tamaki College I am part of a group called The Island Skittles. I have friends that are with me and that's Leanah, Mary, David, and Paikea. We are one out of the four others doing projects. Our project is based on Water Safety, our major focus is to prevent drowning from happening. We hope to narrow down the number of drownings in Glen Innes, We also are thinking about building a swimming pool for children in our school to have free-swimming lessons but if not poeple will get free swimming lessons in Swim Tastic. So what we've done so far is making surveys for the students in our class because if we start with the whole school we will have to be going around each class and surveying them. We also arranged meetings with people around our school and Panmure and more.

I feel grateful about this project because this is the time to block that thing that has been happening to poeple around water.

Monday, 10 February 2020

Maths work

Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100, 1000- xsewwz


(A)
1 10 x 6 = 60
2 10 x 9 = 90
6 10 x 14 = 114
7 10 x 37 = 370
11 10 x 127 = 1270
12 10 x 174 = 1740
16 10 x 1403 = 14030
17 10 x 20920 =209200
21 10 x 456230 = 4562300
22 10 x 927520 = 9275200
26 10 x 7366920 = 73669200
27 10 x 9883950 = 98839500
B)
1 40 ➗ 10 = 4
2 70 ➗ 10 = 7
6 250 ➗ 10 = 25
7 340 ➗ 10 = 34
11 1280 ➗ 10 = 128
12 2940 ➗ 10 = 294
16 38230 ➗ 10 = 3823
17 20920 ➗ 10 = 2092
21 456230 ➗ 10 = 4563
22 927520 ➗ 10 = 927520
26 7366920 ➗= 7366920 
27 9883950 ➗ = 988395
C)
1 100 x 5 = 500
2 100 x 3 = 300
6 100 x 64 = 6400
7 100 x 98 = 9800
11 100 x 364 = 36400
12 100 x 674 = 67400
16 100 x 1803 = 180300
17 100 x 3056 = 305600
21 100 x 5008 = 5008000
22 100 x 9649 = 964900
26 100 x 94516 = 9451600
27 100 x 40062 = 4006200
D) 
1 100 ➗ 400 = 4
2 100 ➗ 700 = 7
6 100 ➗2700 = 27
7 100 ➗ 2800 = 28
11 100 ➗ 9600 = 96
12 100 ➗ 6700 = 67
16 100 ➗38800 = 388
17 100 ➗ 60500 = 605
21 100 ➗ 45900 = 459
22 100 ➗ 902600 = 9026
26 100 ➗ 1607500 = 16075
27 100 ➗ 4060200 = 40602
E) 

1 1000 x 4 = 4000
2 1000 x 2 = 2000
6 1000 x 27 = 27000
7 1000 x 38 = 38,000
11 1000 x 74 = 74000
12 1000 x 82 = 82000
16 1000 x 103 = 103000
17 1000 x 257 = 257000
21 1000 x 452 = 452000
22 1000 x 1682 = 1682000
26 1000 x 3315 = 3315000
27 1000 x 4804 = 4804000

F)
1 1000 ➗ 3000 = 3
2 1000 ➗ 1000 = 1
6 1000 ➗ 22000 = 22
7 1000 ➗ 34000 = 34
11 1000 ➗ 47000 = 47
12 1000 ➗ 62000 = 62
16 1000 ➗ 200000 = 200
17 1000 ➗ 850000 = 850
21 1000 ➗ 759000 = 759
22 1000 ➗ 902000 = 902
26 1000 ➗ 5316000 = 5316


271000 ➗ 8042000 = 8042

Big Brother Little Sister Questions

Questions for Big Brother, Little Sister by Witi Ihimaera

1. What are the names of the children? 
Hema and Janey

2. Why had big brother decided to run away from home?
Because they thought that their mother didn’t like them

3. Why did little sister want to follow her brother? How did he try to stop her?
- I think she was too scared at home without Hema and she ran after him to ask Hema if she could come. But Hema Said “ nooo” go home, you’re too` small to come with me”

4. Why do you think the mother chooses the violent relationships she is in over the children?
Because she is too weak and too scared to yell out “NO” to her own kids.

5. Choose 3 quotes from the story which describe the city or parts of it. 
A facade of skyscrapers facing the lake and beyond the lake is the reflection of 
Beauty. 
We shape our buildings, and afterward, the buildings shape us.
The new building is staring at us with glare but some buildings are not the same, some are big some and some are small. 
6. Find 4 strong verbs (action/doing words) that show violence and list them. 
  • The was being violent to the mum by choking her and using really nasty words. 
  •  Uncle Pera grabbed his belt and whacked Hema because he was talking back to his mum
  • Dad and mum using yuck words in there argument which lead to something very bad
  • That their parents are split up and their lives are harder now.
8. How do we know the children have a close relationship? Give 2 examples. 
When they were gonna take the train to their Grandma's house they missed their train so they sat on a bench and hugged each other to keep nice cozy and warm.
When Hema and Janey was walking to the Train station, Hema said he will give Janey a piggy bank is she got tired and said “ we will manage”
9. What was big brother repeatedly asked to do by his mother? 
Stop interfering with here business because he’s only getting hurt
10. Who do you feel was worse, the children’s father or Uncle Pera? Explain.
The Farther because he was swearing and choking his wife at the same time, the dad left them with no Farther to look after them.
11. How do you feel about the ending of the story?
I felt really sad for Hema and Janey because their life was very hard and very messy
I also feel glad that the dad is gone because he disrespects his wife by choking her and yeah that's all I got to say