Thursday, 14 September 2017

Social Studies Reflection

Presentation Summary

In our presentation we covered numerous different aspects of a native tribe that originates from an rain forest. A few of the aspects that we covered is how long have they lived in the rain forest, what cultural practices do they have, what games do they play and how does their culture relate to my culture. We also researched how the the Baka Pygmies are significant to the rain forest. The Baka Pygmies are significant to the rain forest because they keep the methods and culture of the rain forest and the people alive. Another significance is the relation they hold to other cultures and the similarities and challenges they have gone through or are still going through that many other indigenous tribes have as well. We also had to reverse the question and see how the rain forest is significant to the Baka Pygmies. Reasons that the rain forest is significant is because of the economic, cultural, geographic and finally historical significance's. The economic significance that the rain forest has is to multinational companies that can profit from mining or logging the rain forest. The Cultural significance of the rain forest is to the people that live of of the rain forest and how they develop their way of life that has been passed down from generation to generation. Creating the presentation wasn't extremely hard due the decent amount of information that we found about the Baka Pygmies and also because of how my team divided the questions amongst each other.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Basic Facts Of Metals and Nonmetals

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Elements can be divided into two classes:
2)Non Metals

Properties Of Metals:
1) Have lusture
2) Opaque - Liquid cannot pass through
3) Hard
4) Strong
5) Hard wearing, last long
6) Malleable - Can be hammered into shapes
7) Ductile - Can be drawn into wires
8) Good conductor of electricity and heat

Short terms of elements:
1) Meth
2) Eth
3) Prop
4) But
5) Pent
6) Hex
7) Hept
8) Oct
9) Non
10) Dec

Second part of SCI 10

1) Is a good conductor of electricity
2) Sonorous - produce ringing sound when hit
3) Usually solid at room temperature
4) High density - usually heavy
5) Form basic oxides
6) high melting point
7) Ions of metals have positive charges

Sodium is a soft metal of low density

Properties of Nonmetals:

1) Dull - Not shiny
2) Soft
3) Brittle - Breaks easily
4) low density - light
5) poor or non conductor of heat and electricity
6) usually liquids or gasses
7) low melting point
8) form acidic oxide
9) some ions have negative ions other are neutral

Oxide is a binary compound of oxygen and another element or group.

Monday, 19 June 2017

(Social Studies) - Human Rights Assessment - Introduction

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We will conduct a Social Inquiry on the Human Rights issue of Inhuman treatment and torture (Article 5 of the Universal Human Rights Bill) . Our case study will focus on the country of Afghanistan.Introduction: The Human Rights issue that we will be researching is “Inhuman treatment and torture.” The reason why we have chosen this topic is because we have prior information about this topic and we feel strongly that it is something that shouldn’t happen and is an important issue that needs to be stopped. There are numerous people within the Middle-East, in Afghanistan that have been subjected to torture or to cruel inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Within the research that has been done, we’ve found that there has been Afghan Police Officers killed in a Taliban attack, in Afghanistan, Gardez.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017


What is asexual reproduction?

Asexual reproduction is the process where only one parent is needed to create offspring through budding, grafting, fission, binary fission, spore formation and fragmentation.  

How it happens?

Asexual reproduction occurs through one of the processes that are budding, grafting, fission, binary fission, spore formation or fragmentation. Any of those processes can occur but it depends of the circumstances that the organism is in.

What are the different types of asexual reproduction in plants and animals?

What are the benefits of asexual reproduction for plants and animals?

The benefits are that only one organism is needed to create offspring and this is good because finding a mate can be difficult for some organisms that are in desolate environments. Another benefit is if an organism is in a dire situation then it can clone another organism to pollinate if there no other pollinators.

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Lennyx - Hauora Presentation.

This is a Hauora Presentation that i have made about the four walls for Hauora.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Science - Reintroduction Kakapo Activity

Did  this D.L.O (Digital Learning Object) with four class mates.
Vaifoa Lam Sam, Damien Beech,Kruiz Muriwai.

Friday, 25 November 2016


This is the Science work that my colleague have done about Cells.