Tuesday, 3 July 2018

M&M Research

Last week in our groups the task was to first research and then write down about M&Ms, one thing that we wrote about was the highlighted history of M&Ms. Along the way my group (Ofa, Avalon, Carl, Joshua W and I) learnt about what the acronym for M&M was, what happened to one of the founders, where the founders received their inspiration from and why they removed the red M&Ms for a decade. Along with adding in videos Ofa and I also made GIFs, mine being the one on the second slide and Ofa's the one on the sixth.

Thursday, 28 June 2018

The Inchcape Rock

This week, the task for poetry was to first get into our groups and read a poem called Inchcape Rock, after that we needed to each read the verse that we'd chosen out to the rest of the class and create a DLO on the verse that we'd chosen.

Nugget Point Lighthouse

This week one of the things that I needed to do with my group was research and then create a DLO on a lighthouse from New Zealand, the lighthouse that we were given was the Nugget point lighthouse, which is located in Otago. The lighthouse is 148 years old.

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

CARE Award - Respect | Photo Collage

This task is one of five that I need to do for a CARE award, for it I needed to create a collage out of photos taken this far throughout the year for every subject or activity that happens regularly in school. In this DLO I added Panmure Bridge School's whakatauki, motto, logo and focus (Learn, Create, Share). I used the photos from our shared folder.

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

[Alex] CARE Award - Respect | Make Dinner For Your Family

This task is one of five that I need to do for a CARE award, for it I needed to make dinner for my family. At first I needed to peel carrots which took around 10 minutes, then I peeled potatoes which took around 10 minutes too, after that I cut both into smaller pieces and placed them into the pot. I then waited for a while so that the vegetables could cook until soft.

CARE Award - Respect | Interview A Person In Uniform

This task is one of five that I need to do for a CARE award, for it I needed to interview someone in uniform. The example for the task was a policeman/woman but since I didn't know where I could find one of them I interviewed the security guard in the Panmure library, I also needed to be careful with my questions because I didn't want to be rude and ask personal questions.

Friday, 22 June 2018

Tech Reflection: Digitech

This is an example of an animated story that a recreated in scratch. The components used to recreate this story include:
Spites (As characters), backdrops (To be used as backgrounds) and dialogue (For conversations between characters).
The codes that I used to recreate the story include:
Events script to start the story, looks script to enable talking between sprites, control script for pauses between events and the looks script for backgrounds.

This week in DigiTech the year 7's were linking and finishing off our leftover work, we also needed to add a few things to our Scratch projects.

Monday, 18 June 2018

CARE Award - Respect | Researching The Song Respect

Today I completed another task for my respect CARE award, CARE stands for Confidence, Attitude, Respect and Excellence and Innovation. For it I needed to research interesting facts about Aretha Franklin's song Respect. Along the way I found many new and interesting things like for example; the song's been used in the movie Forrest Gump, although I've watched it I never noticed the song.

Friday, 15 June 2018

DigiTech Project - Initial planning | Tech Reflection

In DigiTech today, we started the initial planning for our DigiTech project This included completing the following tasks:
Context Brainstorm
Planning Time frame
Conceptual Statement

The purpose of the Context Brainstorm was to identify places or things in the Tamaki area, an example would be the library or the pools.
The purpose of the Conceptual Statement was to help us choose the target audience (Age group of people) and the topic of an animated story.
The purpose of the Planning Time frame was to help us plan the time frames and stages of our animated story.
Before we did all of those tasks we played a Kahoot based on our learning objectives and conditions, when it finished I'd come third, Julian second and Mele first. The hardest task to complete was the Context Brainstorm because I needed to find images and links to websites for places in the Tamaki area.

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Kiwi Can

This week during Kiwi Can we had a new topic- accountability. The definition for accountability is being able to take responsibility for our own actions, other values that go with accountability are honesty and integrity. An example of showing accountability is getting to school early, getting work done before the deadline and bringing the correct uniform to school everyday. The Kiwi Can instructors (Mr Matt and Miss Lily) taught us two games, one of them was called Copy Me, for it we were split up into four groups. We then needed to choose one person to be our leader, that person would then pick a card and based on the number that the card had the group would need to do something. Some examples for that are; Fornite dances (10 seconds), pretending to sleep (10 or 5 seconds) and running on the spot (10 seconds). The other game that we played was called fruit salad, for it Group B needed to be put into pairs and in those pairs respond to these commands if said: Green light (Swap places with partner who should be in front), Yellow light (one partner sits on the other's knee) and fruit salad (Power walking around the circle of people). We also played a game of Master G.K.Q (General Knowledge Questions) where one person had to try and make it through the circle of other people without getting a question wrong.

Silver CARE Award: Researching A Respected Leader

For one of my silver CARE awards (Respect) I needed to research a respected leader, I chose to do Gandhi because he's someone that you associate with peace and sometimes protest. I used websites like Wikipedia which helped me find interesting information about where he grew up, lived and died- I only used a small part of all of it.

Comrades Marathon Research

This week for reading one of the tasks that my group needed to do was research the Comrades Marathon, before that though, we were told to get into a mixed group of boys and girls but since there were no more girls left and only boys, my group had 3 boys and 1 girl. After we'd finished the slides I added pictures and attributed them.

Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Word Problems

This week for math we were given a sheet of word problems to fill out, after that we were to choose one and create a DLO explaining how we did it. For that task we were to work individually but for the next one we were able to work in pairs. To do the second task we first needed to find the amount of Liz, then Jane and so on. We needed to work it out backwards.

Friday, 8 June 2018

Reflex Activity

Last week's task was to find a pair and together, test each other's reflexes with a ruler. The way that it was to be done was one person sits down and hangs one of their arms off a table, the other person would put the ruler over the top of their hand that was hanging off. After levelling it to the top of the hand the partner would drop the ruler, the amount of centimetres that were shown above the hand that grabbed the ruler before it fell were recorded. If you missed then it counted as a zero, the lowest (Best) you could get without failing was one and the highest (Worst) was thirty. We did three tests like that, one with our eyes open, the other with our eyes closed but listening for a signal to try and grab the ruler and the last with our eyes closed but were tapped on the shoulder. Before we'd started to test however, we were supposed to write a hypothesis, my one was that I'd do best on the listening- but I was wrong. I did the best on the looking tests, since I managed to get a one. After the tests were done, we then needed to get into a group of four with another pair. Marieta and I grouped up with Sky and Jericho. The test batch that we did the best on was the second test for hearing.

Tech Reflection

This week during Digital Tech the year 7 group was learning more about coding. At the beginning Ms Anderson showed us an animated video on Scratch, after that we needed to make our own account using the first part of our email as the username and then put Ms Anderson's Tamaki College email as the account email. After that we were shared a slideshow which we needed to first make a copy of and then fill out with screenshots of us creating the Scratch project using the steps already written in the slideshow. Julian and I finished ours early so we were asked to add two more backgrounds into our animated video. 

Friday, 1 June 2018

Assembly: Samoan Language Week | CARE Award: Silver Confidence

Since this week is Samoan language week, and I'm half Samoan, I was chosen to one of the three assembly presenters. The other two presenters were Junior and Angela, they did the Samoan script and I translated that to English. At one point during the script there was a mess up and, after a few seconds Junior just said what was written down on the script in English in Samoan. This works towards my silver confidence CARE award.

1877 Education Act

This week, the other task for poetry was to create a DLO based on what life was like back in the 1870s. I worked with Jeremiah, Jay-Don and Junior to create this. My group decided to do the education law that was passed throughout the country in 1877, for it we needed to research what the teachers wore and what the classrooms looked like. Jeremiah and I did the researching for the writing whilst Junior and Jay-Don worked on getting photos, I drew the second page's pictures.

Charlotte Anne

This week for poetry we were learning about a woman called Charlotte Anne, since it was back in the 1870s women were expected to stay at home, clean the house, look after the children and do all of the other chores. Unlike others Charlotte Anne wore men's trousers, wore boots and worked in a job full of men (She was a Bullocky), for the task however, we needed to watch the ballad poem about her. After that the task was to answer all of the other questions in the DLO.

Kiwi Can

Today during Kiwi Can we were learning more about our theme which was integrity and our topic which was role models. The first game that we played was one where the whole group was put into a circle and when apple was called we had to jump forwards (to the back of the person in front of us), when banana was called it was the opposite (jumping backwards), and when orange was called we needed to turn around. The other game that we played was one where we acted out people whilst being statues.

Kiwi Sport

Today during Kiwi Sport our coach was first let us play a warm up game of rippa-bull rush, after that we were sorted into three teams. Two teams stayed on and one went to the benches. My team and another team were in the first match, at first it was just us scoring a try and then them doing the same thing, but after a bit the scored two tries before the game ended whilst we only scored 1. My team was swapped out for the other team who won and then we were swapped back in, we won with around 6 and the opposition had around about 5. After that we practised more passing from side to side.

Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Traditional Samoan Foods - Samoan Language Week

LI: To learn about the Samoan traditions.
This week is Samoan language week and so for it half of LS1 and LS2 were grouped into two LS1 students and two LS2 students (Since the other halves were on a trip), we could choose from doing traditional events, foods, numbers and other things but my group just chose to do traditional food. We put pictures, the recipe and the ingredients in. The other task that I worked with my group of four on was this; a DLO on how to say shapes in Samoan, along with audio recordings if you click on the Samoan words.

Friday, 25 May 2018

Animal Speeds/Life Spans

This last three weeks students have been missing quite a bit of work because we were usually out of school. During catch up time Jeremiah, Ofa and I worked together to create the task above. The task was based on two graphs, The average animal lifespan and the top speed of the animals. While doing this activity we learnt a lot of new things because most statements were true and only a few were false.

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Fence Posts Problem


Today during math time the task was to finish off any work that needed to be done (And blog it), I worked with Jeremiah to finish the problem. The equation was quite easy to figure out because all we needed to do was count the number of fences (7), the number of fence posts (8) and for every fence times 8 by 1 (Meaning, 8 x 1, 8 x 2 etc for every fence- which made us end up going to 8 x 7). After that we continued writing about how we solved the problem.

Salary Differences

For this task I worked with Jeremiah and together we attempted to figure the problem out, at first we were confused by the bonuses that we needed to add on every year and after that we were confused by the adding of the money, the person who made the most money in five years was Fraidoon.

Travelling Methods

Our set rich task was based on how students from primary and secondary students get to school in England.  The options were either: walking, taking the bus, driving, biking, taking the train, or other. The main transport for pupils from primary school is the car. Their are many answers that could be right but we think that parents are being protective and they do not trust the world or their kids. On the other hand secondary students most popular travel is the bus and the reason might be because parents trust their children because they are older and more trustworthy. Overall the most popular travel method is walking because it is more environmentally friendly, is good for physical and mental health, and kids can interact with their friends. After this, everyone was asked to do a survey about how Ms Kirkpatrick's math group gets to school. The most popular travel is car and then followed by walking. Car is probably more dominant because some students come from long distances and it is faster to get to school in a car. For this activity we showed our findings using a pie chart that is sorted by percentages. We then outlined the differences and similarities between the two charts. A percentage is an easy way to see the proportion of a whole. 

- Jeremiah worked on the blurb while I worked on the DLO and answering the paper questions.

Monday, 21 May 2018

Dialogued Text

This week during writing the task was to write out a fake text message strip and then create a text box with all of the writing dialogued in sequence without the fake text message website, creating this was slightly difficult because we weren't allowed to use the names of people in our class and we also needed to punctuate everything properly.

Friday, 18 May 2018

Kiwi Can

Yesterday during Kiwi Can we learnt more about integrity, good choices, bad choices and also played two games. To show integrity you need to do to right thing even when others aren't looking. The first game's name was CLAP! and for it we needed to clap our hands every time the instructors crossed their arms or clapped their hands, lots of people we caught out because the instructors stopped just before crossing their arms. For the other game we needed to be split up into two teams and in those teams we played hand soccer, the rules were: Only one hand at a time (We could swap though), you could only go when your number was called and no goalies.

Tech Reflection

Today during tech since I'd finished my creation the last week I was just finishing off my workbook, as well as changing it to be better detailed so that I could get better marks for my report. At first I needed to change the aspects of the workbook, next I changed the tools/techniques and after that I finished off the part where I wrote what I would do differently if I could. This was the second to last week of tech, so next week if I want to make a box to hold my creation then I'll need to hurry up because it takes 30 minutes to dry the glue.

Thursday, 17 May 2018

Kiwi Sport | Rippa Rugby

Today during Kiwi sport (Which is Rippa Rugby) at first group B was split up into two groups and in those groups we played a mock game, one side had bibs and the other didn't. After that we were line up in three line and together we needed to pass the rugby ball up and down as fast as we could. It started raining during the ball passing lesson so we moved into the hall where still in our three groups, we played games of Rugby-Netball and Touch-Rugby. For Rugby-Netball when you were passed the ball you couldn't move, so if you did get the ball you were swarmed. And for Touch-Rugby you could run with the ball and only be stopped by a person in the opposition touched you with both hands at the same time.

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Poetry Juxtaposition

This week's task for poetry was to first read a poem and then answer some questions and create some word clines, for the word clines we first needed to choose a word and then find all of the necessary synonyms for it. After that the task was to draw a line on some paper and then write down the synonyms that we'd written down onto the line in order from top to bottom depending on how important we found that one synonym.

In the summer I’m aroused to a snug and friendly breeze, all the pollen in the air always makes me sneeze.
After clambering into my uniform and leaving for school,
I wait for friends by a wall of hedges, relishing the blue and inviting sun.

In the winter I sullenly rise from my bed, chilled to the bone from the despairful air. After painfully getting into my uniform and slowly leaving the door, I sprint to school just to keep myself warm.

Monday, 14 May 2018

Body Systems

This week for inquiry the task was to first read about body systems and the skeletal system before playing a game, for the game you needed to place all of the bones of the skeleton in the right place. In the human body there are 11 systems, they are the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory, nervous, endocrine, immune, integumentary, skeletal (which was what the game was about), muscle and reproductive system. There are also around 200-300 bones in your body, some fuse together when you go through puberty or just get older.

Friday, 11 May 2018

Body Parts In English/Maori

This week another task for inquiry was to create a DLO showing the names of body parts in English and Maori, my group members Jericho and Joshua W worked on the English version while I used the Maori dictionary to figure out what body part was called what in Maori. I needed to read through all of the different types for most just to figure out which one I should've used.

Kiwi Can

This week in kiwi can we played two games and learnt more about our theme which is integrity, and our topic was making good choices. At first we played a game where we had to do the exact opposite of what Miss Lily did, the only catch was she was facing us which made if confusing. I managed to win one game but none others. After that we then played another game where we were split into four groups and in those groups we needed to choose one person to be the captain, that person would then need to stand in a circle while the other members of the team tried to throw the ball to the captain. The captain would be changed every round and one by one the winning team (The ones who managed to get the ball to their captain first) would choose one other team to eliminate.

Vocabulary Evaluation

This week for reading the task was to create two DLOs, one of them was for a story that we read called Harry's War which is about a man called Harry who is forcefully enlisted into the army during WW1. After he's enlisted he is then transferred to an army camp in Featherston where he and other soldiers are trained for war, after that they're shipped to England but three weeks after they get there the war ends. The soldiers start to get restless and annoyed since they'd trained for nothing, after a while they staged a riot which lasted days and so when it ended the superior officers ordered them to carve out a chalk kiwi in the hillside.

Thursday, 10 May 2018


This week for poetry we were learnt what a homonym is, a homonym is a word that has multiple meanings but both meanings are spelt exactly the same. An example would be pound, a pound is a currency, weight measurement and a different word for beat up. For the DLO we could work in groups so I worked with Ofa and Jeremiah, I drew the pictures while they wrote the words. Before the DLO though, we needed to read a poem and then answer some questions about it.


This week for inquiry the other task was to create a DLO on the 7 things that you can use to figure out if something is alive, we can remember the things by remembering a name, M.R.S G.R.E.N. The M is for movement, the R is for respiration, the S is for senses, G is for grow, R is for reproduction, E is for excretion and N is for nutrition.


This week for writing the task was to first read and then somewhat replicate it using 5 different words for a chosen word out of run, big, small and pretty. After that our other tasks were to figure out the joke at the bottom of the original, find five synonyms for nice that aren't in the original poem and to list the literary devices used in the poem.

Never use the word NICE, our teacher said.
It doesn’t mean a thing!
Try…beautiful, shining, delicious,
shimmering, hopeful, auspicious,
attractive, unusual, nutritious –
the choice is as long as a string!
But please, never use the word NICE,
it just doesn’t mean a thing!

(She’s nice our teacher.)

Our version:
Never use the word RUN, our teacher said.
It doesn't mean a thing
Try… Dart, Dash, Drop,
Scuttle, Scatter, Sprint
Tear, Trot, Trample -
The choice is as long as a string!
But please, don’t use the word RUN,

It just doesn’t mean a thing!

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Lung Capacity Measurent

To compare the lung capacity of students in LS2 we used one breath to blow up a balloon, then we measured the circumference of the balloon in cm. Then we could graph the results to compare them. The person with the largest oxygen output was Julian because he made his balloon grow to 68 centimetres, and the person with the smallest output was Avalon who only managed to get hers to 48 centimetres.

Maths Age Word Problem

This week for maths the task was to create DLO on an age problem, for it I paired up with Fraidoon and Jeremiah so we worked together to figure the problem out. At one point we were confused because we thought that it was Peter who was 4 years younger than Jack but after a while of searching to find the fault we finally finished the problem.

Friday, 4 May 2018

The Unfinished Drink

This week for poetry the task was to create a DLO on Private La Tour Mollet (Ted) D'Auvergne, the reason that we were creating a DLO on him is because there was a poem written about him. The poem basically says that he bought a beer in a bar but then had to leave for the war, so he asked the bartender to hold it for him so he could drink it when he came back, but he didn't. He died in Crete. The beer then stayed there for years and for every ANZAC day one more poppy was place in its glass container.

Sailing Experience

Yesterday 23 students went to a sailing club for a school trip, I was lucky enough to be one of them. When we first arrived we were told how to stay safe while in the water, after that we were shown how to assemble the rafts so that we could assemble our own to sail in. After that we were given wet suits, life jackets and water proof vests. The process to getting the rafts into the water was to push your raft into the water with your partner and then one of the two of you needs to hold the raft while the other takes the trailer back. When in the water we were told to follow the motor boat around the harbour. After 2-3 hours of different games. capsizing, falling and being pushed into the water it was time to leave.

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Maori Legend Storyboard

This week for inquiry the task was to create a storyboard about the Maori creation legend, according to the legends after Tane Mahuta and his brothers prised his parents apart they set out to create everything in the world. After they'd finished they then realised that there were no people to enjoy what they'd created, so Tane Mahuta offered his idea of creating a woman. The other brothers agreed with him so Tane Mahuta sculpted the woman, afterwards one brother told Tane Mahuta to take his breath and give the sculpture life. So that's how the first woman was created. We were allowed to work in groups so I worked with Julian.

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Memorial Book

The task for reading this week was to create a google slide and fill it out with a set of activities that were related to a book called Memorial, the book was written by Gary Crew and illustrated by Shaun Tan. As an example, one of the other tasks was to create a glossary and another one was to create a family tree for the narrator. If you'd like to see the rest of the tasks, the link is here.

Friday, 13 April 2018

Tech Reflection

This week in tech for pewter casting the only task was to finish off sanding the castings, I started off the class using the 400 grit but when it ended I'd made it to 1200 grit. To sand the designs properly we needed to rub the sanding paper onto the edges and the sides a lot to make them feel soft, for every stage of sanding before you could advance into the next one you needed to show your work to Mr Grundy so that he could check it. If he thought that you'd done a good enough job he'd give you a better piece of sanding paper, and then the sequence would repeat. The final stage of sanding is the 1200 grit piece with water, after that a liquid is wiped onto the design which makes it look shiny.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Winter Olympics

Only three people have won a medal in the Winter Olympics for New Zealand, they are: Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (Bronze), Nico Porteous (Bronze) and Annelise Coberger who won a silver medal. Nico Porteous won his bronze medal in freestyle skiing, Zoi Sadowski-Synnott won her bronze medal in snowboarding and Annelise Coberger won her silver medal in Women’s alpine skiing.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Maori Contingent Research

This week in reading the task was to first get into our selected group as well as read and summarise the text given, the text was about how the Maori Contingent fought in the war although they were treated the same way as other soldiers. After that my group only needed to fill out the rest of the slide as well as pair up and ask set questions to each other that were related to the text, I paired up with Freeman. After we'd asked the questions we needed to write feedback related to how our partner did whilst being quizzed. Other tasks were to say whether or not we thought that we should remember the Maori Contingent's soldiers and researching a Maori Contingent war hero.

Angles Maths

LI: Measuring angles using a protractor.
This week in maths the first thing that we needed to do was fill out a sheet on angles in pairs with a protractor, I worked with Nyjah and together we finished the sheet and then went on to make the DLO with Jack. In the DLO we needed to put one of the questions on the sheet and then write an explanation.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Treaty Of Waitangi Quiz

Today in reading our task was to present the Kahoots that we'd been working on last week to the rest of Mrs Anderson's reading groups, in my group I was with Tai, John, San Kyaw and Zane. Since our Kahoot had 16 questions and 4 intermissions, it took a lot longer than the other Kahoots to finish. That also meant that participants had huge amounts of points too. In the quiz there were questions on a variety of things related to the Treaty of Waitangi, such as: Who did what, why someone did that and what they did.

Sunday, 1 April 2018

Duffy Assembly

On Tuesday this week Panmure Bridge School had a Duffy assembly, during the assembly we were talked to by a former BMX rider and a rugby (Or rugby league) player about how reading influenced where they are now in life. The books that I chose and received were; the fifth book in the bad guys series and another one called the wand makers which from what I read is about a magical world (like the Harry Potter series).

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

5 - 7- 10 Descriptive Writing

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This week for 5 - 7 - 10 we were given a photo of a "tunnel" made out of wood or vine, I chose to make my short descriptive narrative a first person story about someone running around a forest. Since the main point of our stories are to create descriptions of not only the character but the area around them too, I needed to think of many was to describe.

There I was, stumbling blindly around the forest, without a care in the world as I rushed through a spiderweb and leaped over a log. I was dressed in my best ‘adventuring’ clothes, head to toe with camo coloured gear. It seemed like I’d been running for hours. A while later I accidentally tripped over my own feet and landed before what looked like a tunnel. It wasn’t really a tunnel but it resembled one because of a transparent blue tinged casing, which made it look like a tube. Filled with curiosity I slowly walked up to it and reached my hand out... Bzzt! I was thrown back, and forcibly slammed into a thick oak tree.

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Researching Professor Stephen Hawking

Since Stephen Hawking passed away last week, the students in LS2 were tasked with the job of creating a DLO on him. We were allowed to get into groups and I grouped up with Julian, Sanujan and Jack. In our groups we answered some questions about him and his occupation, one example would be what is a physicist? We would then answer that question in the slide.

Friday, 16 March 2018

Descriptive Writing

LI: To notice the language features in a character.
LI: Use different sentence types to add interest.

This week for writing one of the tasks was to create a piece of descriptive writing using simple, compound and complex sentences. To give us an idea we were shown a picture of a man standing in a field with long grass surrounded by floating chairs, we were also told to show, not tell.

The man calmly stood still, as the blades of grass around him proudly swayed in the wind. Dressed in a cement coloured hat and vest, his ocean blue pants and a cloud coloured shirt. With a simple gesture, an army of wooden furniture rose above his head. Although the items were in the air, they floated without moving. When the strongest wind hit them they didn’t move an inch, and when the man touched one himself there was no movement.

5 - 7 - 10

LI: To notice the language features of a description.
This week for writing one of our tasks was to do 5 - 7 - 10, for 5 - 7 - 10 the 5 represents five minutes of non-stop writing, the 7 represents seven minutes of talking and changing with a partner and for the last part (which is the 10) we were supposed to use the time to finish and polish the story. We were given the ideas for the story from a website that randomly shows a photo.

Getting Lost

There I was, tramping in the bush… spending hours and hours walking back a forth
and recording everything onto my map. Even after years of trying I’d never mapped
the whole thing. You might think that it was because I was lazy, but the real reason is
because it’s easy to get lost.

On this unfortunate day I was wandering around the deepest parts of the bush when I
was suddenly hit on the head by a falling log, instantly knocked unconscious. When
I woke up it was already dark and when I tried to turn my flashlight on it barely
flickered, the result was expected because I’d landed on it when I’d fallen. After
searching around for what seemed like an age I finally just gave up, falling over a
stone. Sending me sprawling.

After all of that my head was getting pretty sore, because when I tried to stand up I fell down again. Hurt but determined I rose up again but this time I tripped over some tree roots and rolled down a hill, landing inside of someone’s backyard. Seconds later a dog started barking and someone ran over to me and asked for the reason why I was in their property, and I replied with ‘I got lost’.

Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Fractions And Times Tables

During maths today San Kyaw and I were given a mini test on fractions because we didn't do so well with them in the test, for the "test" San Kyaw and I used times tables and division to get the answer. We answered every question correctly.