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Tuesday, 12 June 2018

food tech: Moroni & Pulotu Omelette

We did a one bowl omelette
ingredient

four eggs
quarter onion
quarter peppers

Mix altogether the heat pan up put oil inside pan and wait to heat up when done place mixture in pan then wait till cook then place in plate and eat.

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Food tech: Chocolate muffins, Lomio & Moroni

Chocolate Muffin

Ingredients

Step one
Put 1 and 1/2 cup of sr flour and 1/2 of sugar
1 egg. 1/3 coco,  50g of choc

then wet ingriedients
milk one cup
1 tsp vanilla essence
1/2cp of oil then mix and scoop into muffin cups and cook at 180c

Me and my partner have done the same so please enjoy when you have finished.
PS ours is extra crispy

Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Food tech: Lomio & Moroni

Today we have made hot cakes the ingredients were:
1 1/2 of self raising flour
1/2 cup of sugar
1 cup of milk
1 egg

then me and my partner had to mix all the ingredients all together then we had to heat up the pan then oil it, then scoop the mix into the pan, then waited till the bubbles were shown on the hot cake, then flip it till it cooked then placed it on a plate, then me and my partner added syrup to our hot cakes, then we ate it and enjoyed it. P.S where still eating it :)

Review: Modernisation & Globalisation

Today in social studies we were learning two new concepts which were Globalisation and Modernisation. 

The first one was Modernisation which mean's to adapt in a way that would be able to help a country learn about the technology of the present and soon to be future. New Zealand is a country that has adapted to a modern world. So that in future times we will be ahead of most of the world.

Globalisation occurs when massive companies have huge impacts on small nations, spreading there software and technology throughout the world. One company that has influenced countries is Microsoft which has now become worldwide.
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Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Anzac: Day 25 of april

Anzac day was created to remember all of the fallen soldiers that had went to the fight at Gallipoli for the safety of our lives for the past and future. When they went to fight for us they were facing a vast amount of soldiers in Turkey were all of the soldiers had been stationed. When they had left for the battle field they had to leave their family behind to fight for a bigger cause. When the soldiers came back from the war the people wanted to commemorate the soldiers for what they had done on the battle field. 

The reason for why they use the poppy as the symbol of Anzac day is cause back in the days red poppies had always bloomed over graves of dead soldiers in France and Belgium. It also stands for a sign of respect and gratitude for what they did for us. There are many ways that we could celebrate Anzac day in Hastings I was able to witness a celebration which was called the Dawn Parade.

At the Dawn Parade I had seen three air fighters fly by while the soldiers where shooting off their muskets while we were standing in the cold on 25 of April.                        Image result for anzac day

Friday, 23 March 2018

Topics on what I have learnt.

This term at Tamaki college for Science I have learnt about many things like what tectonic plates really
are and how they function inside our earth I have also learnt about the many functions which are called Divergent, Convergent, and Transform. We have also learnt about earthquakes and how they are also able to work we have learnt that the tectonic plates are the centre of how earthquakes occur. Also besides learning about tectonic plates and earthquakes we also learned about the layers of the earth and also what they are made from. The four main parts of the earth are called Crust, Mantle, Outer Core, and Inner Core. We have learnt many things about the foundations of the earth and how they work also right now we are learning about water cycle haven't really learnt much because I have already learnt about that topic whilst I was in primary.
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