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Thursday, 21 June 2018

My First Exam Experience!

So my first Exam Experience was pretty Chill when it got to maths, but when it became to English I started getting Worried.

On our English Exam was pretty too much for me because i already knew that i’m not going to finish the test because it had over 200 questions to answer so i tried my best to try answer them all, But all the rest of the Exam was okay.

When I finish my test I either watch Netflix or Listen to music, When it came to our last Exam I was pretty Excited because it was our last one to do. Each time when it comes to Exam i’m kinda not prepared but I try to do it.

Next time I will try to make sure I study more for my next Exam.

Friday, 23 March 2018

Experiencing a Auckland Eruption!

Experiencing a Eruption?
First I saw black smoke coming out of the eruption while the small pieces of ash and bombs and blocks coming straight out. While the magma was pushing through the crust While the lava oozing out into the water which creates smoke and ash and then becomes rock, which creates a new mountain or volcano.  


My name is Beyonce and I was visiting New Zealand when I noticed something unusual out in the water of Mission Bay. At first I saw black smoke coming out of the ground, and I thought to myself "I'm so scared." As I watched it coming out of the ground and the water, it was creating more smoke. 

Luckily I knew what was happening, because I learnt it in year nine science that under the ground magma was pushing through the crust then it comes out through the water and it ends in a Vertical Eruption. 






Tuesday, 20 March 2018

made in taiwan

The main purpose of Nathan and Oscar’s trip was how they both travelled from aotearoa, mahia, Cook island, Samoa then Vanuatu and taiwan.  

Some of the interesting discoveries that they came across on their journey were in?
  • Cook Island spirits - They all galop before they leave into the underworld.

    Evidence that supports the theory that Polynesians originated from Asia?
  • Taiwan traditional dance was similar to the NZ maori haka.

    From my point of view, I thought that Oscar and Nathan wasn’t going to archive their journey but they did .


My personal thoughts on their journey is that I would not want to go for a long journey because it's just too much.

Friday, 9 March 2018

Science in the last 6 Weeks!

WALT: Describe the layers of the earth and how they were represented by our cake.


The first part on the outside was the crust. 
The second layer is the mantle.
Third layer is the outer core which is thick.
The last earth layer is the Inner core. 

Crust - is the outermost solid shell of a rocky planet.

Mantle - is more than two thousand miles thick and accounts for more three-quarters of the volume of the earth.

Outer core - is a fluid layer about 2,400 km thick and composed of mostly iron and nickel that lies above earth's solid inner core.

Inner core - it is primarily a solid ball with a radius of about 1,220 kilometres, which is about 70% of the moon's radius.
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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Continental Drift Practical

Image result for explosion cloud in the water colourWhat Did you smell?
There was no smell.


What Did you see? 
I saw the colouring in the water looking like an explosion cloud. The red 

What Did you feel ? 
There was nothing to feel.

What Did you hear? 
I heard Miss Wells talking about every little detail there was in the chemical.

Monday, 4 December 2017

Culture Groups!

So this year on term 4, we are now starting to practice our culture group. Which are Samoan, Tonga, Maori and Cook Islands. Around week 5 last term the Tongan culture groups started before all the other groups. But this term the Samoan and Maori culture groups are going to start around week 4 or 6. For culture groups mostly some of Rm 12 and 11 gets nervous and confused. So this year I hope it goes really well!  

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Manaiakalani film fest.

Yesterday around 12:04 p.m. we were all lucky to take a bus to Sylvia park, to go and watch all the Manaiakalani school films at the Hoyts. Ones we arrived inside the cinema we all waited quietly for about 5 minutes for all the schools to arrive. Most of Manaiakalani films were interesting and really creative. I was completely nervous for our movie to begin. Overall I had a great time watching all the Manaiakalani movies!

      Enjoy watching our Movie!          
                      Actors: Rm12 Yr8