Friday, 11 August 2017

Trent & Charlie_Procedural Writing:Takakau

How to make Takakau
Takakau is a Maori bread
Takakau was made in the 1800’s. The bread was
traditionally made with just flour and water.

To make Takakau you will need:
1 Teaspoon salt
2 cups flour  
2 Teaspoon baking powder
100 ml milk or water

  • First you sift the flour and baking powder into a large bowl
  • Then You put 1 teaspoon of salt into your bowl.
  • Then mix your bowl of ingredients.
  • then you will need to mix your bowl while someone else will be pouring milk or water into the centre of your bowl slowly.
  • Then you will need to get out a tray with tin foil on top and sprinkle your flour on top of your tray.
  • Then you will need to pound on your mixture.
  • Then you will need to pour your mixture on top of your tray. Then you will need to shape the dough but you will need the dough to be 2cm thick.
  • Then you turn on your oven to 200 celsius and put your dough in the oven for 30 mins   

Monday, 7 August 2017

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Fractions of a whole

Charlie The NZ Wars

                The New Zealand Wars

We are learning to justify our answers to comprehension questions using the text

My Answer
Page number (where I found the information from)
What was the war fought over?
The war NZ wars was about who controlled the country and who owns the lands.
No 1
How long did the war go on for?
The war started between 1845 and 1872 / 27 years
No 2
Why did HŌne Heke Pōkai cut down the flagpole?
He was protest when they move the capital of bay island to auckland
No 3
Did the pakeha find it easy to fight in the northern war?
They were outnumbered and lost and they had more mans
No 4
What belief did Governor Grey have?
The Governor Grey though the british were better than maori
No 5
What was the King Movement (Kingitanga)?
They decided to have a king
No 6
What are Pa?
Defensive structure consisting of trenches, earth walls, and wooden palisades
No 7
What was the British version of Pa?
A trench
No 8
What happened in the Waikato war?
George Grey, who was a govern in the other side of the world in South Africa heard about the events in Taranaki and he wanted to put a STOP to it
No 9
What happened at the end of the wars?
The british people had more mans and more weapons and they won
No 10

Charlie The Treaty of Waitangi

The Treaty of Waitangi

We are learning to: Identify and interpret key facts and information about the Treaty of Waitangi

Learn about the Treaty of Waitangi so that you can make an explainer video!

What is a treaty?
A Treaty is a agreement between different groups of people or states.
The treaty of Waitangi is a famous treaty signed by the New Zealand Maori chiefs and the British Government. It is a really important document that New Zealand still use today.

Why did New Zealand need a treaty?
The Maori wanted to sign a treaty because the whalers and the traders  were disrespectful. In New Zealand there wasn’t a law had to follow like there was in England. This meant that the Maori chiefs had no authority over the European visitors. Another reason for the creation of the treaty was the British wanted more control, or sovereignty over New Zealand.

When was the treaty signed?
The treaty of Waitangi was signed on the 6th of February 1840 between the British Government and the Maori Chiefs.

Who signed the treaty?
The British Government and the Maori Chiefs  from all over New Zealand came to sign a law stopping the whales and the traders from getting drunk and beating up each other.

Charlie & Trent The Treaty of Waitangi