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Monday, 20 March 2017

How I went on English Maven


 This is a picture on English Maven so what you have to do is that there is a question and you have to answer it so the question  is Occupation and there was a question to answer A. is Job , B. is Man , C. is See and D. is Do so which one is it?.When I saw these questions I never knew which one was it so I went for A. Job and I got the answer right.


LINK: This is a link it will take you to the site I was telling you about and here is a picture when I got my answer right.



Sunday, 19 March 2017

Making Chicken Goujons

Today at Tech Ferri , Sita and I made Delicious  Chicken Goujons.
It was very difficult because there was three of us in the kitchen.It was funny because Ferri burnt some of her chicken but then I gave her some of my chicken.Thanks Miss Heka for teaching us how to cook.


Thursday, 9 March 2017

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Omaru River

  1. The colour of the water was green and brownish it was very unhealthy  and wasn’t very clear  .Room 11 and Room 6 weren’t very impressed with the colour of the water and what people have been doing to our streams.Because of the colour we know that’s it polluted.

  1.  At Omaru there was water boatman, worms, even an eel, and a dragonfly. Did you know when these   insects are around streams that means it’s a sign that the stream is polluted and not healthy.It was a sign that is was polluted because there was no sensitive insectes around the stream.

  1. There was rubbish in the stream not much though. There was even clothes in the stream as well. It was sad to see rubbish, clothes and algae in the stream. Some of the students were very disappointed of what they saw. Having rubbish, clothes in the stream affects fish and insects because it kills them.

  1. There was a lot of algae in the stream. When we first walked down to the stream we could see a lot of algae. It’s good to have algae but not to much because it kills fish and insects . We could smell the stream as well. It would be a dream come true to have New Zealand streams to be healthy again and fresh.