Friday, 15 September 2017

Science - Solar System

There are 8 planets which are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune and there is this one dwarf planet which is called Pluto all the planets orbit around the sun.

Monday, 28 August 2017

Speech Finals

On Friday the 25th of August at 12:00 team 5 all went to go sit down on the streets, we were getting ready to hear the speech finalist competition, there were about 13 competitor who attended the finals, it was a mix of girls and boys. 


Image result for Amelia @ pt england schoolThe first person to say there speech was Amelia, her speech was about her pass with her grandma working at her old school Riverina Primary School, she was talking about her grandma smiling while cleaning stinky toilets but when she passed away she really knew why she was smiling she was smiling because she saw her and and her little sister Monika. What I liked about this speech was she was talking about her life and at the end she said " My grandma was smiling because she saw her beautiful cheeky granddaughter". 
Image result for Lotu @ pt england


My favourite speech was Lotu because her speech was so interesting because she was talking about having a simple life, two of my favourite quotes that she said is " Find good people and leave the bad ones" and "Live, Laugh and Love because you only come around once. She had a great hook that said " People do alot of dumb things when they hit the age 12 and over. 

All these speeches were so interesting one or two of them will say there speech at assembly. 


Thursday, 17 August 2017

Solving Word Problems


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   My maths group and I are starting to use screencastify and we are learning how to solve maths problems. Watch this video and find out how I solved one of my questions. What I used for this video is addition, subtraction, division, multiplication. Hope you enjoy my video with my group.
If you wondering who the other girls were visit there blog now. Link over here. Ana , Myztique
Click on the two girls names.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Fractions Practice

WALT: Revise and remember our knowledge on fractions.
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When Room 3 maths was tested by Mrs Tele'a the question that most of us got wrong was fractions so we had to practice our fraction and in this presentation it shows how much I know my fractions so hope you enjoy it.

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Measuring Introduction

WALT: Learning about how we measure things everyday - from the non-standard methods through to standard.


In Room 3 Maths class we are learning how to measure stuff with different types of things such as we had to trace over on of our feet and measure stuff with our feet and we got to use a normal sized ruler and a really long ruler and for the very last one we got to use anything so I was thinking and I decided to use Measuring Tape hope you like this presentaion.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Team 5 Expo

WOW!!! We had our first expo of 2017 it was so crowed by Team 5, Team 2 and Team 3 I was so happy lots of kids wanted to play our Maze Game/Board Game we also had prizes the prizes were lollies lot of people made it to the other hole which was so exciting because I didn't know the maze game would work.

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

Statistics                                                           name: Anna

WALT- Identify the mean, median and mode within a collection of data

Activity One
Answer the questions in a different colour

The definition of the mean in a statistical investigation is commonly referred to as the average. It is the total of all the data divided by the amount of data shown.
For example: if we have this range of data 3,5,7,1,2,3,6,8

3+5+7+1+2+3+6+5  = 32  = 4
             8                      8

  1. Find the mean in this set of numbers
3,7,8,4,2,6,5,4,3,9 = 51 ➗ 10 = 5 r 1
  1. Find the mean in the set of numbers
4,12,5,6,11,9,5 = 52 ➗ 7 = 7. r 3
  1. Find the mean in this tally chart
Pets owned by students
Number of students
Dogs
IIIII IIIII
Cats
IIIII IIIII II
Fish
IIII
Rabbits
II

  1. Find the mean in this set of numbers
24,12,16,18 = 70 ➗ 4 = 17.r 2
  1. Find the mean in this set of numbers
5,9,12,4,10,7 = 47 ➗ 6 = 7. r 5
  1. CHALLENGE QUESTION: Find the mean within this data, use the frequency table to help you
1,5,5,2,1,2,5,5,5,5,1,2,1,5,5 = 50 ➗ 15 = 3 r 5

Score
Frequency
1
4
2
3
5
8
Total
15


Activity Two
Answer the questions in a different colour

The definition of the median is the middle number within a set of numbers that have been put in order from size (biggest to smallest or smallest to biggest)
For example: 2,6,4,1,9 = 1,2,4,6,9 and the middle number is 4.
BUT say if there is more than one middle number… the median is found by taking the number midway between the middle pair of numbers:
3,6,1,4,9,2 = 1,2,3,4,6,9 → 3 + 4 = 3.5
                                             2

Find the median in these sets of numbers

  1. 10,14,17,12,19,11,16 = 14
           10,11, 12, 14,16,17,19 = 14 is the middle number

  1. 34,42,37,31,40  = 37
           31, 34, 37,40,42 = 37 is the middle number

  1. 101, 167,138,124,198,149 = 143.5
            101, 124, 138,149, 167, 198 = 143.5  is the middle number

  1. 54, 58,52,57,53,60 = 55.5
           52, 53, 54,57,58,60= 55.5 is the middle number

  1. 1001, 1094, 1023, 1065, 1038, 1027, 1042 = 1038
           1001, 1023, 1027, 1038, 1042, 1065, 1094 = 1038 is the middle number

  1. Find the median within this tally chart

Pets owned by students
Number of students
Dogs
IIIII IIIII
Cats
IIIII II
Fish
IIII
Rabbits
IIIII III
Hamsters
II

10, 12,4, 8, 2 = 8
2,4, 8, 10,12 = 8 is the middle number








Activity Three
The mode is the most frequent number in a set of data. The number that occurs most often.
For example: In a set of numbers 3, 7, 8, 4, 2, 6, 5, 4, 3, 9 there is two modes, 3 and 4 because they appear twice in the data set.
Note- There can either be 0, 1 or 2 modes. If there are 3 or more numbers occur the same number of times, there is no mode.

Find the mode in these sets of numbers
  1. 2, 1, 5, 3, 7, 8, 5, 3 ,9 = 3 and 5
  2. 1, 5, 3, 2, 9 ,4, 1, 6, 8, 0 = 1
  3. 23, 45, 78, 12, 45, 67, 32, 46, 93, 12 = 12
  4. 101, 121, 123, 145, 167, 121, 139, 145, 176 = 121
  5. 394, 273, 219, 294, 183, 291, 273, 288, 271 = 273




RANGE:


  1. 32, 41,37, 34, 40 = 41 - 32 = 9
  2. 100, 92,96,94,98 = 100 - 92 = 8
  3. 72, 79, 76,74,69,80 = 80 - 69 = 11
  4. 54, 57, 52, 55, 58 = 58 - 52 = 6
  5. 112, 125, 115, 111, 120 = 125 - 111 = 14