## Tuesday, 25 April 2017

### Use simple fractions and percentages to describe probabilities maths

Assessment task: Use simple fractions and percentages to describe probabilities

Question 1:

The answer is 1/15 because i drew all the possibilities and it came out with 1/15

Question 2:
2a: two dollars because if you give one dollar to one of the child and they get two bubble gums and the other child gets two bubble gums the have one hundred percent chance that there will be two of the same colours

2b: three  dollars ,same reason as before

2c: \$4.50

Question 3:

13

320 i worked this out by drawing it myself and making it breaking it five times and then timesing the answer by 5

What is you next step?
To quickly figure out the easiest way to answer the question accurately

Finally, add the screenshots from the 3 IXL activities you did here:

 Activity One Activity Two Activity Three

## Wednesday, 12 April 2017

### can do merit #2

band practice

yesterday we had band practice . I play the violin in the band .we didn't rehearse because Mrs martin told us we had to make a video introducing our self. so we each had a turn to introduce our self .in the end we made a small funny clip of us playing our imaginary instruments .
I used the care value community because i join in and had fun with my peers

## Monday, 10 April 2017

### Term 1 Novel Study

Term 1 Novel Study

This term I have been reading and studying the novel dragon keeper by carole wilkinson

I found this novel exiting  because it has lots of betrayal and twists and turns!!!

During the novel I had to complete two major assessment tasks. The first is an Explain Map which shows the consequences of a major event in the book. The second was a Describe++ Map (Inference map) which shows I how I have connected prior knowledge and other experiences to what I have been reading to make an inference.

National Standard this covers (delete the ones that are not appropriate)

• Year 7/8  Standard
• using several pieces of information to make inferences
using their prior knowledge, along with information in the text, to interpret abstract ideas, complex plots, and sophisticated themes
• I can use a range of strategies, such as inferring, to work out more complex words.

I can use strategies to analyse ideas and information and to reflect critically on the meaning I am gaining from my reading. (Eg: I can think about the meaning of the information and ideas and how this fits with what I think)