Monday, 3 November 2014

Quiz article about Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe was born in West London, England. He was involved in several films for the BBC. His dad Alan Radcliffe is from a a very working class in Ireland and his mum is also Jewish she was born in South Africa. His mum's family came from Poland and Russia. In December 1999 he was aged 10 he was acting on a movie.

Daniel also went to the city of London school. While he was doing things with his career he had set tutors  When school got difficult for him he started to act in a movie name Harry Potter. Harry Potter said he was not very good at school. He decided to take a break from education and did not go to college or university.

He didn't go there because he already knew he wanted to act and write and it would be difficult to be in a normal college experience. Daniel Radcliffe got asked if he could be apart of a movie harry potter and the philosopher stone. Daniel Radcliffe's parents didn't want him to be in the film. He was in seven other films in Los Angeles, California.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

My empathy explanation

Imagine the world without empathy. It would be a terrible and a horrible place to live in. People would always fight and horrifying wars across the country.

How you can show empathy:
Be nice to other people
Show respect to visitors
Be kind to people when they are sad
Don’t fight
Don’t be rude
Put yourselves in somebody else’s shoes
Be kind to the homeless people
Show manners
Be kind to visitors

Why it is important to show empathy:
There would be no fights and arguments.
There would be people being nice.
People being respectful to visitors.

Empathy is showing respect for other people. For example if there was a homeless person on the street would you help them would you give food and fresh water and money to them. If people just ignore them then that means they are being rude and disrespectful with no hearts it is always nice to give something to them to make their day.

Another way to show empathy is to be kind to people when they are sad. For example when a child is crying and if they are lost or something. You should help them find their mom and dad or who ever's looking for them so they feel less scared.

Cheering for people is another thing. If someone is in a race and they know that they are coming last, and they feel bad about themselves . you should cheer for them and tell the people near you to do the same so the person that’s in the race wouldn't feel so bad about themselves .

Empathy is a heart touching way for people to stop fights and arguments. People stopped being rude to visitors since empathy came out.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

patterns for math

Immersion assembly

                Immersion assembly
A few minutes after everyone was coming to school we headed outside to line up in two lines. We were going over to the hall to sit down in our seats everyone started to come “Kiaora tamariki ma” Mr Burt said “Kaiora Mr Burt” we spoke back.

"The korero that we are learning this term is art attack" Mr Burt said. A few minutes flew by the teachers from team 1 to 4 came up stage after team 4 was team 5 the teachers were Mrs Nua, Miss Paget, Ms Squires, Mr Barks, Miss Clark and Mrs Langitupu.

There was a song playing called Somebody that I used to know while the song was playing there was a speed up video of someone drawing super heroes from movies or cartoons.

It took them a couple of minutes to finish as they gently painted they tried to keep their hands steady. Finally they were finished. The paintings were upside down we didn't see what the pictures was at first. They turned it around the paintings was a photo Of Mr Burt, Mrs Jarman and Mr Jacobsen.

They were all really good photos when they finished they walked off the stage with the whole crowd cheering, Mr Burt was saying the karakia and then we all headed our way back to class.