Walt: Use graphs, tables, and rules to describe linear relationships found in number and spatial patterns. Problem: Tina and Tom were twins. Tom spends and Tina saves.Tom found a 20$ note on Sunday evening and spent 2$ a day starting Monday coincidentally Tina started work that Monday and got 2.50 a day. How long would it be before Tina has more money then Tom. How I did it? I made a table of how much money Tina would be getting. I than made a table of how much Tom would be spending. It will take five days for Tina to get more money than Tom. In five days Tom will have 10$ and Tina will have 12.50$. My solo level is extended abstract because I can teach others how to do this. My next step is to do a Measurement test. By Alicia.
Today on the way to Technology I sat with Zainab,There was no teacher on the bus but we think we showed all care values. At cooking we has the cupcake challenge we got to create three cupcakes it was fun. I think I showed leadership by helping my group out and doing and listening to what the teacher was saying and explaining. On the way back I sat with Honor and Polly I showed leadership by taking to the people beside me. I think I showed leadership at cooking today by being quiet. By Alicia.
Walt: Research and understand visual language by adding it to our careers boards.
We has to research our career on The careers website NZ ,Then write an explanation on it following our research and plan. Later on we created our careers board with our facts and explanation. I got to relational in my work sheets and careers board its-self.
My next step for visual language is to teach others and ask for advise about my board and how it was going if we do something like this again. By Alicia