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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Career Rugby player

rugby player - Once you've learned the basics of rugby, anything seems possible on the field. All you can imagine is breaking through a big tackle hitting the game-winning kick or crushing an opponent right as they catch the ball but your skills can't seem to catch up to your imagination. However, if you keep working on the basic skills, as well as sharpen your rugby brain you'll be a better rugby player in no time.



At University
  • At university to become a good rugby player you must train your brain by:

  • Go to the gym lifting weights to build up muscle.

  • Need to be strong, fast, have good hand-eye coordination, and be able to take a punch or a pile-up.

  • Eat health food like apple,pairs and drink a lot of protein water.



Salary

  • Rugby player a strong,health and fast player that also earn a lot of money like 2,000 a month.

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Niva Reitemanu Duffy Role Model

Today Aaliyahna,Loto and Luisa got the opportunity to take Niva Retimanu Duffy role model
To our Duffy assembly.


Aaliyahna Loto and Luisa led Niva into the GBS hall to talk about her career. First she talked about were she was raised. Niva was raised and born at the far side of south side at Invercargill by samoan parents.
Niva first came and introduce herself to GBS students. Niva is a news reader role model and  works at the radio station. GBS students was so glad to see  a Duffy role model. After introducing herself Sher got out a book called Kiss Kiss Yack Yack.Then after reading kiss kiss yack yack GBS sang The duffy song to role model Niva. After a few minutes with Niva Luisa got the opportunity to thank Niva Reitemanu.
           


By Salesi

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Maori Bread

Yesterday half of room 7 made maori bread with mis Atuahive.
Maori bread is a maori type of bread. It has a good recipe that you can make at home or school the recipe is grab a big blow then Add 5 cups of baking flour, 5 teaspoons of baking,  powder and 600 mil of milk then mix it. After mixing grab out your roller and roll it until it becomes dough. Then put it into the oven for 30 minutes.


After 30 minutes the maori bread was finally ready then  me and my group went to grab the maori bread out of the oven.When we got the maori bread we went to our classroom.  As Soon as we cut open the maori bread could see hot steam coming out of the maori bread.When we got our piece of maori I took a big bite with joy.                                  



                    

                Recipe

  • Add 5 cups of baking flour.
  • 5 teaspoons of baking powder
  • 600 mil of milk
  • 1 block of butter
  • Put in oven for 30 minutes

Friday, 3 March 2017

My Maze Game


Today I created a maze game
I learnt how to use directions and commands, create backdrops and resize sprites.

Thursday, 24 March 2016

Salesi Week 8 1 - 2016 RTermeading Activities for Reporters

Week 7 Term 1 -  2016     Connected Level 3 - You Can Count on It by Ian Stevens
WALT: We are learning to predict what the text is about by reading the title of the text.
SUCCESS CRITERIA: I am able to confirm my prediction by reading the text.
Read the text and then do the following Activities.


Response Activity

Activity 1 - Predict
  1. Read the title of the article and then predict what the article is about. Create a table and write your prediction down.

Name
My Prediction( You may begin like this: I guess that this article is about……...
Salesi
I predict this article is about a girl
and her mum.
Salesi
Mum works as a meteorologist.
Salesi
It takes place at the girl’s school,
in the classroom.
Salesi
Mum’s in class to see what her                               daughter has been learning.  
Salesi
The daughter is learning about
Solving a maths problem.because
there are numbers written on a
piece of paper.MN



Activity  2. Read the text with your group and identify the key ideas in the text to help you clarify your predictions.
Key ideas
 
  • Mum was a meteorologist
  • Mum and daughter
  • Mum talked to the class about her job
  • How to predict the weather
  • How to sort and display data
        
Activity 3 - Clarify. Make a list of any tricky or new words, phrases or ideas.Clarify the meaning of all these  tricky words, phrases and ideas.   
Meteorologist:A weather scientist Predict:Say what might happen before it happens
Activity 4 - Questioning and Discussion - What did you learn from this text? What else are you wondering about?
I wonder how to become a weather
Scientist  
Activity 5 - Share your findings on the text by creating a summary of what you have found out.
A meteorologist is a person that can predict weather patterns using
data  
Activity 6 - Share your work on your individual blog.



Friday, 4 March 2016