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Thursday, December 12, 2013

My Netbook and year reflection

Having a new netbook connected to the internet this year has really helped me with my learning and helped me improve. Using my netbook for my work has made me get better in lots of my work especially writing and what we were  learning during this year.


On my netbook there is a lot of sites that I can go on or use to help me with my school work like Xtra Math, Math Whizz, Google Drive especially and a lot of other stuff………..



It is better than using pencil and paper because when we are using our netbooks we can use Google when we connect to the internet. Instead of using a writing book to write in we open a Google Doc to do our writing in.
Since I have my new chromebook I actually enjoy doing my work now.


During my year here at Pt England School I have learnt our school mihi and i have learnt how to say it in front of my class, I also learnt how to make my own mihimihi to say in assembly.


These last few terms  I’ve been here I  have learnt how to use Imovie when I need to edit my MTV’s or movies that we are working on.
I also learnt how to use hyperstudio and the tools on it properly.


The Google Doc helps us with our spelling because when we get a word wrong there will be a red line underneath it to let us know that we got the word wrong or the word doesn’t make sense.



I’ve learnt to do my work without my teacher having to look at my screen. I have learnt to be trusted with my netbook, and I try hard to do my work and be trustworthy. I try and teach myself not to be dodgy


This year I learnt how to film properly with a camera and I learnt how to film different angles and shots. I also learnt How to use my netbook properly and what sites we are allowed to go on and I also learnt a lot in maths and using new strategies with her.


This year my netbook has been really helpful and I have enjoyed having it.



4 comments:

  1. Hi Gianna, You have given me much pleasure as I read through your reflection posted here. You must be proud of yourself and the things you have learnt.

    Well done

    Mrs Burt

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