C.A.R.E values

C.A.R.E Values  Blog, Week 8-9, Term 3


WHAT?
My goal is to develop the consistent use of our CARE Values towards all the people I interact with and for myself .


SO WHAT?

  • My strengths are in being a respectful person, a community minded person, an active thinker, and a person who strives for excellence.
  • I have achieved my Bronze certificate.
  • I have almost achieved my Silver certificate.


NOW WHAT?


  • I am going to work towards Gold because I want to make my family proud.
  • I am going to do this by being a positive role model and by being a good person to others.




Art Attack Blog, Week 5, term 3



You can use any of the following to help you complete your art attack blog


WHAT?
For art attack my goal was to produce a piece of art related to our local landscape using either paint, water colour or pastel.


With Mrs Marsh I learned about foreground, midground and background in landscapes.
With Mr Forman I learned about colour and complementary colours.
With Mr Rule I looked at the different landscape features of Canterbury and Banks Peninsula.


SO WHAT?
(don’t copy this: Write about some of the following things)
  • an style="background-color: transparent; color: black; font-family: "arial"; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: 400; text-decoration: none; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;">What you learned from each teacher’s lesson

  • What features you included in your art (trees, river, sea, hills, flowers, flax, buildings, jetty, birds, mountains etc)
  • What techniques you used (e.g., water colour - wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry)
  • What you enjoyed panting my art after
  • my scething
  • What you were proud of finishing my art work
  • What you found easy / difficult i found nothing difficult but i found my panting my art work was easy.


  • NOW WHAT?
    (don’t copy this: Write about some of the following things)

    • I would like to try (water colour, pastel, paint) if I did another landscape because … i would like to try pastel cause it would make my art work look better.
    • I would like
    to get better ...at my mid ground.( showing foreground, mid ground and background



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    T2 Physical Education


    Learning intentionWe are learning to send and receive objects consistently

    Success CriteriaI can successfully catch when I
    Move in line with the ball
    Stretch arms and hands to meet the ball
    Cushion and absorb the ball
    Explain what I am trying to do when playing Target Bounce 


     Traffic Lights


     Catch It



     Target Bounce


     Debrief

    T2 Numeracy


    I am learning to . . .
    Make tens to make it easier to add numbers together.


    T1 Writing


    We are learning to...
    ·      write a personal recount about something we have done or experienced
    Criteria:
    ·      have an opening statement that tells who what and when
    ·      write the events in the order they happened

    ·      have a conclusion or personal response

    Playing Soccer

    On Thursday my class played soccer with the coach. It was so much fun at soccer. We had to practise doing soccer, so we did practised with the coach. We practised so we can play soccer. I was practising and we started to play soccer. It was so much fun at soccer. We played a Zombie game. You had to save people from the Zombies. We stopped playing the Zombie game. We were running with the ball. The girls had one ball each. We played other games. The cheetahs had to kick the ball way. I became a cheetah. I was kicking lots of people's balls away. To become a cheetah you had to run with the ball and the cheetah had to kick the people's balls away from the cheetah. It was so much fun at soccer.

    Teacher comment:
    A good recount with a beginning, middle and end.
    Next steps: Use some joining words so sentences are different lengths

    T1 2015 Art with Mr Shaskey


    We are learning to follow instructions to draw a sketch of a person, and place the features correctly on the face.

     


    Student voice: