Thursday, 25 May 2017

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Digital footprint :)

In health we have currently been working and learning on what a digital footprint is. The image above is a foot print with the things I have been on for the past two days.

Thursday, 13 April 2017

Fono Fale



What is the fono fale? (Research)
Fono fale was created by fuimaono karl pulotu-Endermann as a pacific island model of health. It concludes the values of Samoa, Cook Island, Tongan , Fiji  , Niue , and Tokelau


What is different about it compared to Hāuora? The differences about it is that the hauora is the maori type of the 4 walls the fono fale is the pacific type of the 4 walls.
What is similar compared to Hāuora?The similarity about it is that the 4 walls remained the same the only thing that changed about is the names.


Do you like the Hāuora model or the fono fale model more? Why? I think I like the fonofale better than the Hauora because it more about what I know since it includes the values of the pacific islands.  

If you look at the top you can see a picture of what I have created, I created a Volleyball court and compared it to the fono fale and hauora but I changed it into a volleyball court since I like playing sports.
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These two pictures are the fono fale and hauora designs, so out task was to change it and make it into our own design.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Printing Techniques

This week I have been working on printing techniques for art.

Whale Rider


Whale Rider
Post-viewing

Showing Understanding Questions
Write answers to these questions. After you have finished, compare your responses with a partner, then share back with the class.


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1) Why does Koro disapprove of Paikea? When she was born her father’s son was meant to be the next  for the Chief village, But she was born as a Girl


2) Why is Paikea upset when she delivers her speech at school? Because she did a speech for her grandfather but he wasn’t there.


3) When does Koro begin to show his acceptance of Paikea? When her grandmother hold her she dived for the whale tooth at the bottom of the sea. That's when you can tell she was the next chief.


4) How do the whales respond to the call of Paikea? What do their actions symbolise?When paikea’s paka called for help the gods didn’t listen to him instead they listened to paikea’s called and came in shore.


5) Paikea’s whanau values the traditions of their culture- what is valued in your culture?Family , Respect , Drumming , dancing , Eating




Character Study
Fill out this character grid for each of the characters


Nanny Flowers

Koro

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What is this character’s relationship to Paikea? Grandmother, Paikea’s Dad’s Mother.




What are 3 words you could use to describe this character?
  • Caring
  • Supportive
  • Risk Taking



What is the conflict/struggle for this character in the film?All she cares about is her grandchild Paikea, she wants to support her in everyway she can.





How does this character change from the start of the film to the end? She was always humble and caring for her family so she never really changed she just cared a lot




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What is this character’s relationship to Paikea? Grandfather to paikea,Paikea’s Dad’s Father.




What are 3 words you could use to describe this character?
  • Strong
  • Hardworking
  • Selfish



What is the conflict/struggle for this character in the film? All he wanted was to look for the next cheif





How does this character change from the start of the film to the end? In the start of the movie he wanted nothing to do with paikea now he found out what she is now he changed a lot.

Porourangi

Paikea

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What is this character’s relationship to Paikea?Paikea’s Dad



What are 3 words you could use to describe this character?
  • Creative
  • Caring
  • loving



What is the conflict/struggle for this character in the film?His struggle is being away from his daughter for a long time.





How does this character change from the start of the film to the end?He change by coming back to see his family







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Who is Paikea named after ?  Paikea is named after a whale rider who she has now become.




What are 3 words you could use to describe this character?
  • Humble
  • Caring
  • Strong



What is the conflict/struggle for this character in the film? Her Struggle is when she was born her grandfather hated her for being a girl.





How does this character change from the start of the film to the end? By being more confident with being a seeking leader.

Key Quotes
Who said each of these quotes? Write the name of the character who said the quote in the right column.

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Nanny Flowers
Koro
Paikea
Porourangi


Quote
Character
“This speech is a token of my deep love and respect for Koro Apirana, my grandfather”
Paikea
“Leave it. You’ve done enough”.

Koro
“Look at me, for once in your life. Go on. You don’t even know who I am”
Porourangi
“Wise leader, forgive me…I am just a fledgling new to this flight.”
Koro
“You might be the boss out there, but I’m the boss in this kitchen”
Nanny Flowers
“There was no gladness when I was born. When I was born, my twin brother died and took our mother with him”
Paikea
“I come from a long line of chiefs…but I was not the leader my grandfather was expecting. And by being born, I broke the line back to the ancient ones. It wasn’t anybody’s fault…it just happened.”
Paikea

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Whare Tapa Wha

                                                     Whare Tapa Wha
Spiritual-
Values
Beliefs
Important
Religion

Physical-
Movement
Execrase
Body
Food + drink


Mental/Emotional-
Mindset
Feeling
Mental state


Social-
Friends
Family
People
Social media


 
Spiritual:praying, going to church and being repectful

Social: Hanging with your friends

Mental/Emotional: Feeling ready for things and having a happy attitude

Physical: Playing sports, helping others


10 values - things that is important
Family
Culture
God
Sport
School
Food
Friends
Learning
Well-being

List 5 things you would like to learn about in health
Well-being
How to can sort things out on my own  
How to be successful in life
How to focus
And how to help others

Answer Garden
Success
Family
Culture
God
Aim high Sky’s limit




Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Manaiaklani Film Festival

    Manaiakalani Film Festival Review: 5 Years



Remember when you were 5 years old? That feeling you got when you first started school. The Pt England Extension students created a movie that shows flashbacks from the past. The movie explains what it was like to be 5 years old again. Of course we all were five years old once. The message that goes with the movie shows pupils the stages of growing up. The movie would be perfect for anyone to watch at any age due to the movie being educational and inspirational at the same time.

 
The movie camera angles were up to good standards, with the lighting being a bit off with the weather being a bit cloudy, but the movie was still good at explaining the elements of being a five year old and growing up as a young teenager and processing as an adult.

To Be Continue....