Learning Te Reo Māori

This term we have all been trying our best to use more te reo māori in class (teachers included!). Each week, Miss Mack will introduce us to one or two new words/phrases. 
Using te reo is encouraged and celebrated by teachers and students. When we use te reo in class or at school, we are rewarded by being given dojo points. We have two secret Māori leaders who are listening out for children that use te reo at school. These children are then recorded in a document with a tally next to their name. At the end of the week the points are shared and children are celebrated.

Take a look at some of the words and phrases we are already using.

Moon Landing Ranking Sheet

NASA Exercise: Survival on the Moon

Statistical investigation ·Conduct investigations using the statistical enquiry cycle: –gathering, sorting, and displaying multivariate category and whole number data –identifying patterns and trends in context –communicating findings, using data displays.
You are a member of a space crew originally scheduled to rendezvous with a mother ship on the lighted surface of the moon. However, due to mechanical difficulties, your ship was forced to land at a spot some 200 miles from the rendezvous point. During reentry and landing, much of the equipment aboard was damaged and, since survival depends on reaching the mother ship, the most critical items available must be chosen for the 200-mile trip. Below are listed the 15 items left intact and undamaged after landing. Your task is to rank order them in terms of their importance for your crew in allowing them to reach the rendezvous point. Place the number 1 by the most important item, the number 2 by t…