Elijah’s Maths Terms
I have made a chart revolving math sign and there definitions.
Elijah and Leonidas – Timeline of Protests of NZ
I learnt how all the New Zealand protests in every timeline. To the NZ wars to the Anti-mandate protest I have learnt how some of these protest’s happend. I mostly learnt about the anti – nuclear protest as people marched the streets to go against the nuclear test in the pacific. Now we are a nuclear – free country and we wont be having the effects of nuclear testing.
“Fools rush in where the angels fear to tread”
Where angels fear to tread
This task is about reading to find information and make inferences.
Read ‘Where angels fear to tread‘, then answer the following questions.
|How old is Ngorongoro Crater?
2 million yrs old
|What word does the writer use in the middle of the story to indicate that he wasn’t scared of buffalo?
“Only” is the word that he used to describe that he wasn’t scared.
|c)||What would have been a useful item to take on the walk to the lodge?|
| A light torch would be useful because they could barely see the lodge.
|d)||Explain how the saying in the final line, “Fools rush in where angels fear to tread”, goes with the story.|
“Fools rush in where angels fear to tread” refers to a person who behaves impulsively; they don’t think before reacting. The saying goes with the story because a group of people, Halina and the speaker travel to Africa before knowing very little about it e.g. dangers, animals, people.
The reason why the saying “Fools rush in where angels fear to tread” was at the end of the
text was because “the fools” were for example the 2 main characters and the angels were
The people that didn’t want to go to africa and the reason why the 2 main characters
were fools because they treated a Buffalo like your everyday farm animal.
What two lessons could be gained from this story?
i. Buffalo’s are not to be messed with and you should stay out of their way.
ii. Always read about the place that you’re gonna travel to.
Today I did a fun science task/ Maths task about this word “Solubility” this word means The maximum amount of a substance that will dissolve in a given amount of salt/sugar and this task very intersting and fun. My maximum we could reach was about 200 grams till the water was too blurry and filled to dissolve in the water. On the task shown we measured data of each time we inserted sugar into our cup. The cup was 100 ML of water which is a small amount for 200 grams of sugar inserted. I tasted the water and my mouth was fuming because of how sugary the drink was. In the end everyone was cleaning up and our cups were more of syrup than water. One more example of solubility is the word “Solution” meaning a way of getting through it, or a mixture of 2 or more substances.
Elijah Tantalizing Transformations
I learnt how to reflect, rotate and transform shapes.
Elijah’s Other graphs!
These slides are about steam and leaf and also scatter graphs. We learnt how they work and how to solve problems with them.