Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Taking Risks

Description:Today we have been learning about risks. We started of by picking our coaches. My coach is Tane. After that Tane talked about taking risks then he gave us a sheet with some risky things that people might not want to do. We had to fill out the sheet from 1-9 of what the most risky thing would be. 1 was the most risky and 9 was the least. Next Tane talked about a action plan the we could have here is our sheets that we had to fill out.

This is our 1-9 risky things sheet.

And this is our action plan



Thursday, 8 September 2016

Travel buddies

My nephew is going on a long flight to the UK.  He loves animals.  On the plane, he needs something that he can play with and keep him occupied in a small space.  The pieces have to be able to be stored flat in a snaplock bag that can go in his pocket.  


3 possibilities to prototype are: Flamingo, Lion or a Giraffe


I have chosen Prototype I have chosen a lion because: I think that this will be easy to put together and fun to play with for a long time. 



My first prototype: (This needs to be detailed enough so that someone else can make it)


Tester 1's Feedback and Recommendations: Bella L

I really liked: How you used 3 colours to make it simple and awesome🤓

A recommendation I have is: maybe you should colour in all of the mosquito holes

Based on my tester's feedback, the changes I want to make are: filling in all the holes


My second prototype: (This needs to be detailed enough so that someone else can make it)

I did not get to finish it.🙁 but here is the start.


Tester 2's Feedback and Recommendations: next time you can manage your time better.


Sunday, 4 September 2016

ET Reo Portfolio Post

Description: Every monday some of Poutama do ET Reo and the other bit of poutama do Kapa Haka. I do ET Reo with Elly and Troy. We have been focusing on 2 different whakatauki, Which means proverb. The whakatauki we have been focusing on is "He aha mea te nui o te ao,? He Tangata He Tangata He Tangata" In English this means "What is the most important thing in the world? The People The People The People". WE did some art about his whakatuki, The art we did was drawing people. Here is what it turned out to be.



Feedback\Feedforward: I like the way you told us the english translation of the whakatauki Next time you add more on the other whakatauki. Charlotte.W

Evaluation: I think that I could work on the pronunciation of the whakatauki. E.Smithers