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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Flowchart For Democracy in NZ

This flowchart is about democracy about NZ. We had to define the word democracy. We had to write in order the people that hold most power over NZ. I learnt that Democracy comes from Greece. I worked with Eric, CJ, Shannon, Fraidoon, Daniel and AJ to complete this flowchart.

What David Lange Changed About NZ

For this task, We had to research a previous New Zealand Prime minister, and explain what he changed about NZ. In this Presentation/DLO we included some thing major David Lange changed about NZ. I worked with Daniel, Shannon, AJ, CJ, Eric and Fraidoon

Government Party Jigsaw



Party
Leader
Picture
Logo
Electorate
National
Bill English
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Image result for national party logo
Clutha-Southland
Labour
Jacinda Ardern
Image result for Jacinda Ardern


Image result for labour logo
Photo By Elections,
Public domain
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Photo, By Maps, Public domain
Mt Albert
Green
James Shaw
Photo by Green Party NZ/CC BY-SA 4.0
Photo by Source/Public Domain
Wellington Central
Photo by russellstreet/CC BY-SA 2.0
NZ First
Winston Peters
Winston Peters, 2011.jpg

Photo by AirflowNZ/ CC BY-SA 3.0
NZ First logo 2017.png
Photo by New Zealand First/ Public Domain
Northland
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Photo by Ridcully Jack/ CC BY-SA 4.0
Act
David Seymour
Image result for david seymour
Photo by Wikimedia / CC by 3.0
Image result for act logo
Photo by elections / CC by 3.0
Epsom
Photo by Eunice Minjeong/CC BY-SA 4.0
Maori
Marma Fox
2015 Portrait of Marama Fox 01.JPG
Photo by Wiremu Stadtwald  /CC BY 4.0
Maori Party logo.png
Photo by Wikipedia/CC by 2.0
WairikiImage result for Waiariki on map
Photo by SocialLink/ CC by 2.0
United Future
Damian Light
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Image result for United Future party logo
Photo by New Zealand parliament, Public Domain
Botany
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Photo by google maps, Public Domain


Opportunities


Gareth Morgan

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Photo by
News Hub, Public domain

Image result for Opportunities party logo
Photo by Elections, Public domain
Epsom
Photo by Eunice Minjeong/CC BY-SA 4.0
In LS2 we have been talking about Government parties. The main party's are National, Labour, Green and New Zealand first. We got into groups and had to complete a jigsaw. The jigsaw included the four main parties, Act, Maori, United Future and Opportunities. We also had to included images to go with the jigsaw. We also had to attribute them. I completed this jigsaw with Daniel, Eric, CJ, AJ, Shannon and Fraidoon.

Monday, 18 September 2017

Read An E-book Day

Image result for Read an ebook dayCover of A March of Kings

 
Today is Read An E-book Day (18th September). Read and E-book day is a day where you celebrate by reading books online which is modern story telling. In LS2 we use a site called the Tamaki College Overdrive, which let's us read online books at school. The site provides a lot of different books from different genres. I am currently reading a book. The name of the book is A March of Kings. If you want to find more about read an E-book day, click on this link. It takes you to the website. #EBOOKLOVE 

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Say it Tika

Today LS2 were on a website called Say it Tika (right). Our task was to pin three Maori places in Auckland that google maps couldn't pronounce properly. We had to take a screenshot of one of the places we pinned. I decided to choose Hakanoa Street. 

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Tamaki College Overdrive


In LS2 we have been using the Tamaki College Overdrive. There are a lot of new books released and, I think that they are great. It's easy to use and really useful. I am currently reading a book, and it is Hunger. There are a lot of other books you can read. There are even books you can listen to. There are different types of genres than you can choose from

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Two word sentence DLO

For writing we have been looking at simple, compound and complex sentences. We learnt that simple sentences are mainly two words, which contain a subject and a verb. We had to write down three examples of a simple compound and complex sentence.

Friday, 1 September 2017

A Day at Tamaki College

The Year 8's had an experience of what it would be like at Tamaki College, if we enrolled. The first class we went to was maths, we played battleships with Mr Jones. I really enjoyed playing that game. Some people got all of their ships sunk. Some people like Eric didn't get a single one sunk. The next class we went to was Science. We were experimenting with static electricity. Our teacher was Mr Stoddard. We managed to bend water by rubbing a rod with wool.  We then had lunch, for lunch we had subway (it was delicious) and a bottle of water. The most behaved students were rewarded a 5 dollar voucher for the tuck shop. After lunch we went to English class with Mr Stevenson. We had to memorise ten words that were displayed on the screen. We also had to include pictures to go with the words. At the end of the day we had P.E. We played a game called Turbo Touch. Our P.E instructor was Mr Moyes. It was a new fun game to all of us. We all had an amazing day at Tamaki College. We enjoyed learning a bunch of cool things and we would like to say a massive thank you for letting us experience a day at Tamaki College.