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Wednesday, 17 January 2018

SLJ week 4, day 1

SLJ, Winter Learning Journey
Day 1: Turn of the Century (2000-2010)

Activity 1: Celebrating a Win

In 2000, the country of New Zealand celebrated when Russell Coutts and his sailing team won their second straight America’s Cup. This was the first time that a team from New Zealand had won back-to-back championships! Many people celebrated the victory with their friends and family.



On your blog, tell us what you and your family do to celebrate special events, such as birthdays. Do you have a special meal or go to a specific place? In our house, we usually make a pizza and bake a special cake. What about you?

My family celebrate birthday's by staying home and baking cupcakes then buy a cake for the birthday person. We also celebrate by having a bbq, pig, and sometimes we buy KFC and eat that as well. We also play sport games in the backyard with the whole family.
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Activity 2: Lord of the Rings

Arguably one of the most famous movie trilogies of all time, The Lord of the Rings, was filmed in New Zealand. All three movies were directed by a New Zealander named Peter Jackson. The first movie was released in 2001, the second in 2002 and the third in 2003. The movies cost an estimated $300 million to produce!



Imagine that instead of spending the money on the movies, Peter Jackson decided to give all of this money to you. Lucky you! On your blog, tell us what you would do with $300 million dollars. How would you spend it? It is a lot of money so please think carefully about it and spend it wisely :-)

If i had received $300 Million dollars i would probably give 1M to all my aunty's and uncle's then i would buy them all houses including me and my family and give $100 to the homeless. Then i would use the rest to travel the world and make my dream come true of being a photography. 
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Bonus Activity: The Rise of the 'Selfie'

Although most of you are quite familiar with the idea of taking a ‘selfie’ (picture of ourselves), this was not always the case. In fact, it wasn’t until the early 2000s that people started talking about the idea of a selfie, taking selfies and posting them online.

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In honour of the rise in popularity of the ‘selfie,’ take a selfie and post it on your blog. Try to show us at least one of your hobbies or one your favourite things (maybe a special toy or book). For example, here is a selfie of Hazel drinking a big mug of tea, and Rachel with her son, Aronui, attending a Paw Patrol show!
















Here is a photo of one of my favourite things i love doing at home. I love playing on the wii and watching youtube on it. It's very fun because there's a lot of games on it.

1 comment:

  1. Hey there Salote, thank you for completing another set of activities. It's awesome to check out your blog and see how much work you have done over your summer break. You are going to be more than prepared when you go back to school.

    Thanks for sharing how your family like to celebrate special occasions. It sounds like you guys have such yummy food. What kind of cupcakes do you like to bake? What do you cook on the barbecue? Pig! Yum, my favourite! KFC is a close second. What games do you guys play?

    I've enjoyed reading your plans to spend $300 million. It's very generous of you to give your aunties and uncles $1 million each, they will be super happy. The homeless will be grateful as well. I am sure the money will help you achieve you dream of becoming a photographer. Where would you travel to first?

    Wii is so much fun! What games do you play? I have an Xbox but I've always wanted a Wii instead.

    Thanks, Billy

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