Here is my writing for this week! it is to improve my writing skills using grammar. It was an easy one to do since ive done writing tasks like this before.
Tally chart and Addition practice
This is my Math about tally charts and Additon.
The Treaty of Waitangi response to text
Treaty of Waitangi
Highlight the correct answer, or type in what you think is correct.
- When did Maori first arrive in Aotearoa, New Zealand?
- a) Between 1150 & 1200AD
- b) Between 1250 & 1350AD
- c) Between 1250 & 1300AD
- d) Last Year
- In the 1790’s Pakeha arrived in NZ to do what?
- a) Hunt Moa b) Start families
- c) Hunt whale & seals d) Escape prison sentences
- What was the name of the British official sent to secure British rule over NZ?
- a) William Johnson b) Abel Tasman
- c) William Hobson d) Captain James Cook
- There were two things that Maori chiefs Hone Heke Pokai and Tamati Waka Nene thought signing the treaty would help accomplish. What were they?
→They said that signing it was a good thing because it would stop intertribal warfare.
→They also believed that it would make trade between Maori and Pakeha easier and fairer.
- True or False: Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Treaty of Waitangi are the exact same.
- a) True b) False
- The Waitangi Tribunal was set up in 1975. Describe the job the Waitangi Tribunal have?
→control all recommendations between Maori and the crown, to make sure the British follow the agreement.
|WORD||DEFINITION||YOUR OWN SENTENCE|
|colonisation||when a country takes control
of another country and sends people to live there.
|“There was a colonisation in the mid-1840s to the early 1870s”.|
|treaty||A contract or agreement to make peace between different things.||“I have now signed the treaty”.|
|sovereignty||Absolute and total control of everything.||“From now on I will take sovereignty of your country”.|
- When the treaty was signed William Hobson said out loud “He iwi
tahi tātou.” (“We are one people.”)
What do you think he meant by this?
→I think he meant that there would be no more war between them because they have agreed on something.
- The article describes differences between Te Tiriti and the Treaty of Waitangi – Why do you think those differences caused difficulties?
→ The translation between the Maori and English treaty was not the same but not everyone knew that.
Waitangi day 4 facts
Here are some facts about the treaty of waitangi.
all the people that are in Mr Hughes class for literacy have to do work about Waitangi day because it was only a few days ago from now!
summer learning journey drawing
Here is a drawing that i have made from the summer learning journey site! what do you think about it?
water safety facts
here are some facts that me and my class are doing this week about being water safe! it is also helpful if you are going to the pools or a beach soon!
Here is my haiku poems about being water safe. and the other one is about a Christmas tree!
(I had to put my work in a gallery because i cant upload my work)
4 Facts about dinosaurs
here are some facts about dinosaurs! This week me and my class are learning about dinosaurs for the reading topic! I did some research about dinosaurs, and here are the answers to those questions that I have done research on!
Facts about pests and predators
Here are some facts about pests and predators that’s me and my class are doing this week! we also had a trip that we went to Rotoroa island for the whole day until 5:40!
Facts about friendship
this week the theme for our learning is frienship, so all the reading work for this week is all about friendship