Tuesday, 2 June 2020

24 Hour History Diagram

Today during our cybersmart lesson, we were assigned to make a diagram of our 24 hour history.

Wednesday, 6 May 2020

Detecting The Differences Of The Old & Latest Map Of NZ

On the journal presentation I was working on, we were assigned to observe the differences to the map that Captain Hook made and the latest map we have today. 

Monday, 4 May 2020

I Wonder How He Was Pressured To Eat This Horrifying Food 😱

During the time I had needed to finish my journal presentation, we needed to list all of the food that the book had mentioned about Brando Yelavich during his journey to walk around NZ's coastline which is 15,000 kilometre long, amazing right? He wasn't an ordinary kid when he was young, he had trouble learning in school because of his sickness, ADHD, and dyslexia. He had to achieve many difficulties during his journey, for example, the possibilities of facing risks that are dangerous such as slippery rocks or deep rivers, his stamina, walking along endless lengths of beaches and mainly his food, you can't survive with any edible food to eat, right? Earthworms aren't quite good for my appetite, it's pretty ridiculous of how Brando can resist the horrifying food he needs to eat just to survive, if I was with him during his journey I'll probably skip dinner. 

Wednesday, 29 April 2020

Making Slogans To Encourage People To Wash Their Hands

In my slogan, I made it nice but sweet because slogans are made in short sentences so that people can remember it. Using the key benefit to your slogan is also important because people would know what your advertising for so "Stop Those Germs, Just Keep Washin' It" means keep washing your hands to prevent from having germs especially during this Covid-19 pandemic. I want to excourage people to stay safe & hygenic so that the wide-spreading crisis would lessen up a bit. Remember to stay safe! 

Thursday, 23 April 2020

Using Morse Code Like In The Olden Days!

Answer: "I Cant Live Without Anime And Roblox" "Anime Is The Best"

Morse Code Translator, Decoder, Alphabet | Boxentriq
Today during our whole class reading we we're assigned to post a message to a friend or classmate in Morse Code! I believe this method in communication was always used in WW2, I sent my message to a friend of mine Simon but he wasn't well informed about it so I taught him by sending him a telegraph which translates dashes and dots to letters. He have already completed solving the message and now he knows how to translate Morse code.