Thursday, 27 June 2013

Our drama.

This is our drama we did today it was basted on a movie called treasure island.

Quiz chart.

Every Thursday We do current events and we do a quiz here is my results.

Week 8 quiz results.

This is week 8 quiz results some got 100% and some got 40%.

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Present education presentation by Latham.

This is my presentation on present education.

Present education flipping eBook Latham.

This is my flipping eBook on present education.

My speech:should we have a science lab Latham.

Should we have a Science Lab?

I want our school to have a Science Lab.
We need a Science area at our school so that we can
learn how to blow  stuff up safely and use electricity. We can get a uniform made out of a strong material like steel  but not steel because  steel attracts electricity and that would shock you to death.

If you get too crazy with science you could do some damage to the school. If we have a science lab, we should only have 4 to 6 students at a time doing experiments so that it is safe.
Maybe we could get an old car that does not go and try to make it work again by getting the motor and pumping in electricity to try bring it back to life.
This week I went to the Science Road Show to learn about science and how it works which I really loved. This man showed us how to make cottage cheese. You have to get a cup of milk and some vinegar and then you stir it up. You get this kind of thick stuff called curds and whey which you pour through a cloth and what you are left with is cheese. I think this is really cool.  

Labs are used for scientific research, in the 18th century there was a chemistry lab used by Antoine Lavoisier. In  1901 Thomas Edison came up with the light bulb and he also had a lab to experiment in. Joseph Swan and Hiram Stevens Maxim also invented the light bulb.

Research tells us that one of the good things about having science labs in primary schools is that  the students get to see what is happening, which makes it more interesting for them to learn about Science instead of just reading about it. Learning comes alive for students learning is hands on, seeing is believing.
I found a report on the internet  which showed me that out of 119 primary school students 87%  enjoyed doing a science experiment with other students, 9% were not sure, and only 4% did not enjoy doing the science experiment.

The study showed me that the students achieved a better  understanding about Science when they did the experiment themselves.
I really enjoy doing  Science experiments and I hope that we get to do it more often at school.
I hope you enjoyed my speech.


Monday, 24 June 2013

Maths whiz results.

This is my results on maths whiz I am not very good but next time I will try better.

Friday, 21 June 2013

My extra maths results.

This is my results on extra maths the hour glass meant that I was too slow.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Week 7 quiz results.

This is week sevens quiz results.

Drama liquid pictures.

This is what we did last week for our drama we did liquid pictures.

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

My results on extra maths.

This is my results on extra maths I think this is  not what I wanted but better luck next time.

Monday, 17 June 2013

My Venn diagram by Latham.

This is my Venn diagram.

My results on extra maths.

This is my results on extra maths the grey means that I still need to do that.

Speech competition rubric.

This is the speech competition rubric that Patrick  sent me.

Maths whiz results by Latham.

This is my results on maths whiz not very good I am defiantly going on after school.

Thursday, 13 June 2013

Drama Schools of the future.

This Is what we did for drama last week I like Reon's the best.

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

My scale drawing.

This is my scale drawing we had to draw a scale of the class and then coloured  it in this is what it looks like.


Monday, 10 June 2013

My results on extra maths.

This is my results on extra maths i am learning place value in extra maths.

My results on maths whiz.

This is my results on maths whiz I need to go for about 45 to 60 mins on maths whiz.

Tuesday, 4 June 2013