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compare and describe the variation between theoretical and experimental distributions in situations that involve elements of chance.

In Maths we have been learning to:

compare and describe the variation between theoretical and experimental distributions in situations that involve elements of chance.

calculate probabilities, using fractions, percentages, and ratios.

Here is a link to our online modelling book that supports this learning.

Here is some evidence of my learning. Include screenshots for all 4 of the IXL activities. Link to extended abstract text book activity here is a link to my activity Link to Extended abstract Figure it out activities ( Make this link live with your learning)activity 1answer sheet 1Activity 2 Answer sheet 2
My next step is to continue to apply my knowledge of statistics and probability in a variety of real world situations and contexts.

My leadership article

In writing I have been learning to: use all basic punctuation independently attempt more complex punctuation (eg semicolons, colons, parentheses)

I have been especially focussing on using parentheses and commas. I have highlighted these in green where I have used them as well as other punctuation that I changed because it was used incorrectly. Here is a piece of my writing that shows this.

Games that need minimal or no equipment.

In PE we have been participating in a variety of games that require little or no equipment. Below is the Matrix which shows our progression in this unit of learning.

The table below shows my understanding of games with minimal or no equipment. (Fill this table in, in as much detail as possible. )

Examples of Games that need minimal or no equipment. What equipment would we usually need to play these games.   Why do we play games with minimal or no equipment? Tag games

silent ball

games on the court cones

A ball

A ballbecause if we need no or  minimal equipment we get to play them quicker and they are easier to play 

My Strengths. Some things that I have done well during this unit of learning are listening to the instructions because you need to know them to play

My Next Steps. Some things I could improve on when playing games with minimal or no equipment are knowing to stop at the end  Because I like playing the games

leadershp kapa haka #2

Today I did kapa haka and we started by warming up with ka waiata and then we tried to sing a fun song witch was aotearoa but we new the start really well then after the course we didn't really know the rest.then we did ka waiata and they teachers said that we were going to change it so that they are going to do echos and the people that are kind of on the end have to do it and im in the last line that does it so im have to do echos now

I showed excellence because I didn't moan that I had to do echos .

leadership meeting #2 merit

Today in my leadership meeting all the house captains had to start making a presentation to show in the assembly. The kowhai house captains were explaining about how you can win and how many house points you can get for winning. The rata house captains were explaining Where the bins are & when are we  starting?. The miro house captains were explaining what is the bin challenge . The rimu house captains were  explaining what the rules are.

I showed active thinker by thinking of this idea with the other house captains

kapa Haka #1 merit

Today in kapa haka it is the first session and we started off by singing a few songs and then we made lines for 2017  I am in the front line about seventh from the left at the end all the people that were in kapa haka last year stayed behind and they had to do a performance at the cultural day Assembly and I got to do long poi but I only had 4 days to learn how to do it and my favourite one was the crisis cross.

I showed exelance because I learn how to do the poi in four day and I was quite proud of my self for doing it

Use factors multiples and powers, including square roots.

In Maths we have been learning:
Divisibility rules up to 10.
Simple powers to 10.
Square roots of perfect squares.
Common factors of numbers to 100, including highest common factor.
Least common multiples of numbers to 100.

Here is a link to our online modelling book.

Here are the IXL screenshots that show evidence of my learning.

My next learning step in Maths is to figure out the answers faster