Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Mitchell's Water Crisis in Auckland!



Here is my presentation about the recent water crisis in Auckland. Make sure you save water!

Mitchell - Writing Explanation 2017 (Results)

Good morning! Today we got the results for our writing test we did in February. We got the results on a piece of paper along with the writing we did in Feb. The story we had to write about was a special place in our community. I wrote about the Glen Innes library and talked about how the space/place was special to me.
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We got marked on Ideas, Structure, Organisation, Vocabulary, Sentence, Punctuation, and Spelling. I got 6 fives and 1 six for all of them. I was really good in all of them because I got high marks on all the subjects we had to write about.

It was a really special place to me because books are really special treasure to me! Thanks for reading.
By Mitchell.M
28/03/17

Friday, 24 March 2017

Mitchell's Number Knowledge Review - 2017



WALT -  Use our new number knowledge to solve equations. 
Hey! In these slides are questions mostly based on decimals and fractions. We answered by using our basic number knowledge we learnt through the week. 
Thanks for reading.
By Mitchell.M
24/03/17

Mitchell's Water Worries - 2017



Hey bloggers! This presentation is about Water worries. We have been asked to answer questions within the presentation and have evidence from other text to support the questions in these slides. Enjoy.

Mitchell Tech Dish - Chicken Goujons and Potatoes

 Hey bloggers! Today we the (Year 7's) went to tech as usual on Thursday mornings. Tech is held at the nearby secondary school - Tamaki College.  You are put into groups for the rest of the term and have to choose a buddy to help cook with you. The groups include: Hard Materials, Arts, Graphics, and Cooking. I was very fortunate to be put into the Cooking group with Miss Heka. 

Well this was at the start of the term so let's fast forward to today! We walked inside the big cooking area washed our hands, dried hands then put aprons on! Then we went to our kitchens! 

First of all we got all of the kitchen supplies to make food! Then next we got the ingredients. Here's how we made it. 1 person had to go get out the cooking supplies while the other one had to get the ingredients (which was me). I got a plate with some chicken breasts, 4 tablespoons of flour in a large bowl, 4 tablespoons of breadcrumbs, and some mixed herbs and oil. Plus an egg.

We put all of the ingredients in separate bowls to dip the chicken into. I cut the chicken into thin strips and dipped them into the separate bowls. Then I started to cook them on the pan with some cooking oil.

Then when the potatoes where cut we put it on a cooking tray and put it in a huge oven. Then the chicken and potatoes were ready! We served it on our bowls and it was done!

Thanks for reading!
By Mitchell.M
24/03/17  

Friday, 17 March 2017

The Big 2017 Polynesian Celebration!

Chehuuuuu! Guess what? Yesterday Team 5 got the opportunity to experience the 2nd day of Polyfest along with some other schools! The trip was for us to experience and learn more about our Polynesian culture. The stages that had cultural groups performing on were the Maori stage, Cook Island stage and the Diversity Stage! I really wanted to watch the Samoan and Tongan stages but they start on Friday and Saturday! We arrived on a bus and waited in line for about 5-10 minutes then we got to go inside well actually outside.

My 1st highlight happened when we arrived and got to attend some of the workshops. Some workshops were finding out about the ancient culture and traditions about our people.  Plus we saw a lot of stalls selling Island related stuff you could wear and eat. My group also got to go to a workshop called “Te Wananga o Aotearoa where they, had a 360 degree camera and record us with some cool moves!

ASB Polyfest 2017 Logo.
After participating in all of these fun workshops we had the opportunity to get into groups and spread wild! We got to go to different stages to watch people perform, do fun activities and heaps more! Even some of my family was there cheering on my cousin, as she was performing on Diversity Stage in the Fijian group. Also today, my aunty will be performing in a Tongan group for AGGS. After watching a few performances we were hot and dying to jump into a pool. We were so exhausted we went to buy some drinks to cool us down. Finally we got to watch some real action go on with the hard pukana’s and the hard poi movements, but I was really dying to go watch some Tongan and Samoan stages.
Us in the bus going back to school.

Lastly it is really important for students to participate in a polyfest group because it is priority to learn about your traditions in your culture and learn the dances of the ancestors that were there before you! Join a polyfest group even if you're Chinese or Indian, find out if there is a Diversity stage group in your school, but it is really important to join a polyfest group to follow the footsteps and the ways your ancestors shared.

It hit 2:00 and it was time to travel back to school! No… I didn’t want to leave, well at least I was coming back on Saturday where the Tongan and Samoan stages were on. Yay! Anyways we lined back up and hopped back into the bus and we went away! Also we got to take back some awesome gifts from the polyfest workshops such as: Mobile phone fans, Calendars, Posters, Temporary tattos and heaps more to explore and have fun with!

Thanks for reading and I hope this makes you want to go to Polyfest and learn about polynesian culture!

By Mitchell.M

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Mitchell's - Problem solving with fractions, decimals, and percentages.



WALT : Solve problems with fractions,decimals, and percentages.

Miss Ilaoa has put in some questions that are relevant to the maths topics fractions, decimals and percentages. We showed our working out in the boxes next to the questions. Thanks and enjoy.