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Monday, 17 December 2012

My acrostic poem By Tyler

CHRISTMAS IS A TIME TO CELEBRATE JESUS
HOLY PEOPLE GO TO CHURCH AND BE BLESSED.  
READ THE BIBLE TO HELP YOU WHEN YOU ARE SAD.
IN CHURCH PRAYING WITH MY FAMILY.
TIME TO HAVE A BREAK FROM WORKING.
MAKE GOOD CHOICES AND DON’T ANSWER BACK TO YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS.
A TIME TO HAVE A FEAST WITH YOUR FAMILY.
SINGING IN CHURCH FOR GOD AND JESUS.


This is my acrostic poem that I did on Christmas today and I enjoyed it. By Tyler Topia Valepo.

Thursday, 13 December 2012

My popplet on Robert Delauney: Tyler

This is my Robert Delauney research. I did all of it on this site popplet. Here is a link to the site if you want to go on it:

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

This is my preasesment on juliano

Topic Presentation: Rubric
Presenter: ____________________Tyler_______ Assessor_________Juliano_____________


Loud clear voice
Presenter speaks in a soft voice e.g. whisper. May mumble during presentation. Words / sentences are very unclear and may not be understood by the audience.
Presenter’s voice maybe very clear in some of the presentation, but may revert back to soft / mumbling voice. Not all words / sentences may not be understood by the audience.
Projects voice in most parts, but may mumble, or speak softly in 1-2 sentences / words. Most words are understood by the audience.
Projects voice throughout the ---performance. Voice is loud and clear. Every word / sentence is understood by the audience.

Eye contact
No eye contact is given to the audience.
The presenter refers to cue cards. The presenter refers to the slide and reads off the slide resulting in some eye contact given to the audience, but not much.  
The presenter looks at the audience and gives eye for most of the presentation. Cue cards are referred to for some of the presentation.
Eye contact is given throughout the presentation. The presenter gives eye contact to the audience throughout the entire presentation.

Knowledge of Topic
Information is not known. Presenter freezes on the spot and relies on his / her team to rescue them through their slide / presentation. There are not any cue cards used.
Information is read off the screen. Cue cards are referred to throughout the presentation. There is no extra / expanded information.
Some information off the slides is memorised and is learnt off by heart. Cue cards are occasionally referred to during the presentation. Presenter expands on information by giving a few examples.
Information is memorised and is learnt off by heart. Cue cards are not referred to during the presentation. Presenter expands on information by giving lots of examples.

Slide Layout
Font is difficult to read against the background colour. The Font itself is very hard to read. Pictures do not relate to the question/s being asked. There is an imbalance of pictures and writing, e.g. Too many pictures on the entire slide. There are spelling, grammar and typing errors on the slide.
4 or more errors on the
slide.
Some of the font is difficult to read against the background colour. Some pictures relate and other pictures don’t to the question asked. There is an imbalance of pictures and writing in some parts of the slide. There are some spelling, grammar and typing errors on the slide. 3 errors on the slide.
The majority of the font is easy to read against background colour. The font is easy to read, but hard to read in some areas of the slide. Most pictures relate to the question being asked. There are a few spelling, grammar and typing errors on slide.
1-2 errors.  
All the font is easy to read against the background colour. Writing is easy to read. Pictures are appropriate the question being asked.  
There is an excellent balance of writing and pictures on the slide. There are not any spelling, grammar or typing errors on the slide.
Summarising of information
Information is copied from sources.  This is obvious as there is a lot  of copying and pasting.
This is throughout the entire presentation.
Some information is copied.  This is sh. own through 3-4 slides
Information is difficult to understand as this is not in the child’s language
Most information is put into own words. Only 1-2 slides have copied information. This maybe due to the context of topic and the lack of personal experience.  
Information is put in own words. Language is easy to understand.
Sources of information
Uses 1 source of information, e.g. a website
Uses 2 sources of information e.g. 2 websites or 1 website and a book, 2 books used
Uses 3 sources of information which may include books, websites
Uses four or more sources of information which includes websites, books
Referencing of information
Material is not referenced. This is not displayed at the end of the presentation
Some material is referenced, not quite finished
Most material is referenced. This includes websites and books.
Material is referenced, URL’s are included. Book’s and websites are referenced. APA referencing is used.

This is my Photo Graph

This in my Photo graph on my Endless Rhythem By Tyler 

My Endless Rhythm Painting By Tyler



Art: Reflecting on my Endless Rhythm Painting

1. Are you pleased with your Endless Rhythm painting? why / why not?
Yes. Because it really stands out.

2. What did you find easy when you created your Endless Rhythm painting?
the painting of the half circles

3. What part did you find tricky when you were creating your Endless Rhythm painting? -think about painting, ruling it up tracing plates, cups, etc.
ruling it up

4. Who / What helped you when you were painting?
Miss Paton and the ruler
5. What would you do differently next time? Think about: colours, painting, ruling up, etc.
colour choice

6. What frustrated you when you created your Endless Rhythm painting?
the time where I painted out of the cup

Thursday, 6 December 2012

White Sunday By Tyler and Andre


Who celebrates white sunday?
This is a special day celebrated in the Christian churches of both American Samoa and the country of Samoa to harm children. Each child dresses in white and wears a crown of white frangipani blossoms. The children line up and walk to church.

what is the history behind white sunday in tonga?
The Samoan women and children dress completely in white clothing.


when is white sunday celebrated?
White Sunday is a holiday in Samoa, falling on the second Sunday in October 2012.


How is white sunday celebrated?
The kids carrying banners and singing hymns while their parents wait for them inside the Church.





why do they celebrated white sunday?
Church life in Samoa is very important. Most villages have to do three worship
services each Sunday. The morning service time is 8 to 11
and the afternoon service time is always from 3.00pm to 6.30pm.


what food do they eat on white sunday?
They eat corn beef,Lu Ah, Sapasui, they drink kava and koko Samoa.

What to they wear on white sunday?
They were white frangipani blossoms and white clothes.



Where do They celebrate white sunday?
They celebrate White Sunday in Tonga, Samoa and Niue


What was the first country to celebrate white sunday?
The first country to celebrate Shite Sunday where Tongans and Samoans.










Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Netbook PMI 2013 By Tyler

This year I have found using my netbook successful. I have enjoyed using my netbook because....
There’s past two year’s having my netbook is been fun. I have been learning some new things on my netbook and playing math whizz and online games. There were some fun times on my netbook and I have been putting my work on my blog and I have go 1,557 post theres past two years.  
The barriers in using my netbook are....
The barriers of using my netbook is when the internet is down or my battery is low, or your netbook is broken and got a cracked screen. Flash problems and math whizz’s problems, and There were some people that took our netbook but only 4 got tooken and 4 chargers.
The interesting aspects / parts to using my netbook are because....
The interesting parts of my netbook is doing my work faster. Finding things on the internet and not waiting around the computers for a trun. And making my desk clean.

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

This is my narrative

This is my narrative on a ninja  who is good and then turns bad. By Tyler

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

My self assessment on my own narrative By Tyler

  • This is my self assessment on my own narrative. I think l need to work on my full stops and explanation marks more in my story. 

Monday, 29 October 2012

Retell a narrative on the three little pigs by tyler


The three little pigs



One day there were three little pigs.
Their mother said “You are  old enough now to move out because it is getting a bit crowded in here. You need to get your own  house”. They set off on their journey. One of the little pigs made his house out of hay, the second pig made his house out of wood, and the third little pig built his house out of bricks. His house took a bit longer because he used bricks. Then out of the blue, the sneaky wolf said to the first little pig
“You better come out or I will blow your house down”. The little pig cried out “I won’t give my house up”. but then the wolf huff and puff and BLOW the house down the pig ran to the second pigs house the wolf said I huff and puff and BLOW your house down the pigs ran to the 3rd pigs house the wolf said “I will huff and I'll puff and I will BLOW your house down”. The wolf couldn’t blow the house down. The wolf tried to climb up the the roof but he broke his leg. He started to hop away. The three little pigs lived happily ever after.

BY TYLER  TOPIA-VALEPO          


This is my narrative on the three little pigs



Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Friday, 19 October 2012

Monday, 13 August 2012

This is my medal tally By Tyler

This is my graph on some of the countries that were competing in the Olympics. My graph tells me that USA has won the most medals 46 gold 29 silver 29 bronze because of their population and China is the same.Some of the countries do not have as many people and if New Zealand had more people I think they would have come first in the medal tally and when I grown up I want to be like Usain Bolt the runner.

Sunday, 22 July 2012

Jean batten introduction

Introduction Jean Batten was Born in Rotorua on September 15 1909. She had three older brothers but one died at birth. Her mother was an actress and her father was a dentist. She sold her piano to pay for the fees to get her mother and Jean to England. Jean Batten's record-breaking flights between 1933 and 1937 made her possibly the most famous New Zealander. five years, In November 1935 Jean became the first woman to fly from England to South America. In 1936 she made her first flight from England to New Zealand, leaving England on 16 October and arrived in Auckland. it took 11 days and 45 minutes . In October 1937, aged 28, Batten made her final long distance flight, from Australia to England in 5 days 18 hours. The flight set a solo record. Jean batten settled in spain and one day she went for a walk and she got bit by a dog and it got infected she did not want to go and take some medicine and later that day she past away no one knew of her death. Jean Batten died on November 1982 in Palma, Majorca

Thursday, 10 May 2012

The paper plane challange By Tyler

This is my paper plane challenge. San tat's plane flew 2meters, his plane came last. Piripi flew his plane the furthest his measurement was 11.16.  He came  first place, but my plane flew very closely to Piripi's and it measured 10.76m.  
   

 

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

My mum's wordle by Tyler


Reflecting on my Origami Crane By Tyler

Reflecting on my Origami Crane

Please write detailed answers, as reflecting helps you build understanding with your learning.

1. Are you pleased with your origami crane? why / why not?
Yes because I finished it even though it was hard.

2. What part did you find easy? why / why not?
Pulling the wings was easy because it was a simple step.

3. What part did you find tricky / difficult? Why / why not?
I find the folding the diamonds hard because I had never done it before.

4. Who / What helped you in making your Origami Crane?
MIss Paton’s instructions and Aryan showed how to do a few steps.

5.  What would you do differently next time? Think about folding, listening, persistence (not giving up) etc.
To do more of it myself now that I’ve learnt how to do it.

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

How to make delicious chocolate Easter Eggs.


Title:
How to make delicious chocolate Easter Eggs.


Ingredients List:
1 packet of chocolate melts

Equipment:

1 Kettle
1 Saucepan
. Water
Plate
Spoons and bread and butter knives
moulds
fridge
Tin foil

1 Boil the kettle until the water is HOT
2 Tip the HOT water into a saucepan
3 Put a plate over the saucepan
4 Tip the chocolate melt onto the plate
5 Mix’s the chocolate melts until it’s smooth
6 Scoop the chocolate and pour the chocolate into the molds
7 Place the molds into the fridge for about 4 to 5 hour
8 Take the molds out of the fridge
9 Wrap them into tin foil

Thursday, 5 April 2012

Reflecting on my Tapa




Reflecting on my Tapa Cloth

1. Are you pleased with your Tapa Cloth? why / why not?
Yes because I liked the way that the patterns are arranged and also because I used lots of time to put into my Tapa.


2. What did you find easy when you were creating your Tapa?
I found it pretty easy because photos of Tapa were on the board

3. What did you find tricky when you were creating your Tapa?
The Maori design in the centre was hard.


4. If you made another Tapa, what would you change and why?
I will change the Maori design


5. Who / What has helped you in creating your Tapa?
Teagan helped me rule up my grid


6. Did you use any of your own cultural patterns in your own Tapa? Which ones? What do they mean? If you didn’t use your cultural patterns, what did patterns did you use? Where did they come from?
No I didn’t use my own cultural patterns. I used Mrs Walter’s patterns


7. What geometric elements does your Tapa Cloth show? Reflection, Rotation, Translation. It’s show rotation and reflection.

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Birthdays in room 5

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Tyler's Eastern Beach story


MY TIME AT EASTERN BEACH STORY

Yahoo! we are going to Eastern Beach today. I was so angry when the bus was late. It came about 10 to 20 minutes late. I was so angry when the bus was late. When we went to Eastern Beach we had morning tea. Then we went to play volley ball with Kifi, Mosese, Molia and I. Then we went into the water. We had to do the life jacket activity. We had to touch the kayak. We had to float on our back and on our stomach the water was so cold. Then we got to have free time. After we we had lunch I had a sandwich, it was nice. I hope we go to Eastern Beach next year.


Wednesday, 8 February 2012

All about me




Hi my name is Tyler and I come from Auckland and go to Panmure Bridge School. I am in room 5 and 10 years old. I like to play games in my spare time.