Friday, 27 November 2015

Henry's and Jack Daniel's Snagit learning!

Reflecting on our snagit creations

We learnt how to create a snagit and shared our first one on our blog.  Let’s reflect on how we did.

What are three great things about your  first snagit experience?
1. I liked it when we were watching PAY IT FORWARD from Tamaki College
2. It was fun when Henry and I made mistakes and watched our snagit over and over. It was funny.
3. I liked because we worked together as a team.
What are three things you might do differently next time now that you have learnt a bit about snagit?
1. I want to try using different tabs and record what I am learning.
2. I will try to speak more clearly.
3. I will not muck around.
How else do you think you could use the snagit tool to share your learning?
They could record a snagit when they're doing a topic in particular, like Maths, Reading, Inquiry etc.

Quality Blog Comments

We are learning to write Quality Blog comments by crafting and practicing them in slide 6, 7 and 9. We had to copy and paste on peoples blogs.

Thursday, 19 November 2015

My Snagit!

 I made my first Snagit screencast with my buddy Jack Daniel in Room nine.  We talked about our favourite movie.  It will show you how to be great and make positive decisions.  It has great messages.

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Our trip to the film festival!

On the 11th of November we went to Sylvia Park at Hoyts to watch films from other schools about what they’re learning this year. We watched 12 movies in 1 hour! My favorite movie was Ant boy!  I fell asleep while we were watching some of the movies. When the Tamaki College girl presented their movie to the students, I was sleeping! When we got out of Hoyts, I saw my two cousins, Lupe and Mele! How weird! They go to Tamaki College.

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

What can you post on blogs?

Before we launched our own blogs, we checked out some student blogs in Manaiakalani to see what kinds of information people share.  We noticed that they used photographs and videos as well as writing to share their learning.  We created an infographic to share what we discovered.