Thursday, 4 April 2019

Experiencing Marine Reserves EMR action project

Experiencing Marine Reserves EMR game.Click on the image below to navigate to the game relating to Experiencing Marine Reserves. 

 Conceptual statement In the context of EXPERIENCING MARINE RESERVES I will design and produce a multi-level game for age limit 6 - 15 years old to be used to a informative way to inform people to seek out understandest on numeracy fishing limit and pollution.


A minimum of three game levels Challenges at each game level that players would find cool, fun and educational At least one sprite At least three backdrops At least three levelsThe difference between your local area and marine reserve (competition) Creativity, presentation, leadership and kaitiakitanga Demonstration of understanding of marine conservation, marine reserves, marine protected areas and or/marine issues in New Zealand New Zealand Marine biodiversity and conservation contextAddressing a social actionAt the beginning of the game I must state the social action that the game is addressingEach game level and/backdrop needs to state in a text box, the issue that relates to the social actionThe challenge on each game level needs to include pop-up texts that says how that issue has been solved on that level.

Cause of Action survey
The following is a survey that I used to share the Expereincing Marine reserve game with my peers. Link

Explaination - First-hand Experience with Marine Reserves (Science) 

Explaination - Differences Between Your Local Area and Marine Reserve (Science) 

Teachers Opinions and Recommondation 

Teachers Opinions and Recommondation

Thursday, 15 November 2018

Maze game and flappy bird codes

During my coding digital learning period, I used move blocks, repeat blocks, Set scene blocks, set score and other blocks. The first (Move block) allows you to control the sprite to move forward and backwards. 

I learnt that you could use as many forward and backward blocks as you want but also you could do it another easier way with repeat blocks!

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

The Rules

WALT - generate questions SUCCESS CRITERIA: I know I can do this when I can: - make questions using Who, What, Where, When, Why and How.

This week we are finishing off work from the past few week as it is the second to last week of school, so this week we are going to finish it off properly. 

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Test practice, Wk3

Walt: find an appropriate strategy to solve each word problem.
This week we are working on a practice test for us to get ready for our real test coming soon. We are working

Wk3 Pow and Boom work

Walt: find an appropriate strategy to solve each word problem.

This week we are learning to find an appropriate strategy to solve each word problem. This presentation will show you the questions and answers shown above.

Friday, 27 October 2017

Orchestra instruments

Week 2 Focus Question: Your task for this week: Answer the following with a partner using free images and research.

This week we are working on a presentation that shows different orchestra instrument being played, you can also watch some of the videos, there is also a little piece of writing about the videos, whats about the video. Hope you enjoy our Orchestra instrumental presentation.