Saturday, 31 December 2016

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 4 (Activity 1)

Activity 1
Now that you have met my family it is time to think about your own family. On your blog tell us about your family. How many people are in your family? Do you have any brothers or sisters? What are their names?

My Family :

In my family there are 12 of us. I have 9 siblings, a half brother and sister on my dads side,  and 3 half brothers on my mums side.

My Half Brother and Sister: My Dads Side
Denique Nicky Raass Sosefo 25years old
Seyonce Sione Rass Sosefo 21years old

I and my siblings have the same dads with Nicky &Sione but different mums. We don't see them most of the time because they live in Australia. Nicky likes to travel a lot  here's picture of her in India and in Japan ( it will be on the bottom). I have only seen Sione once and that was at a family gathering,but I would like to get to see him a lot more. I am very grateful to have them!!


My 3 Half Brothers: Parents : My Mums Side
Victor Vaioleti Lee 27years old
Adrian Vaioleti Lee 24years old
Daniel Vaioleti Lee 23years old
I and my siblings have the same mum with 3 of them but different dads. We always see them on a special occasion and they are so kind. Every year they bring us Awesome presents. We are very lucky to have them!! (Their photos are the orders of their name)

My Siblings:
Diego Sosefo 20years old
Fielelei Jnr Sosefo 19years old
Siliva Jnr Sosefo 17yearsold
Christopher Sosefo 14years old
Stanley Sosefo (Me!!) 12years old
Macky Sosefo 11years old
Akesa Jnr Sosefo 9years old
Moniuqe Jnr Sosefo 7years old
Otolose Jnr Sosefo 5years old
Valentine Jnr Sosefo 3years old

Parents Ofa & Valentine (Nala) Sosefo

Diego & Fielelei (Lei) were adopted separately to my dads relatives because they asked to adopt them.

In this photo is all my siblings except Lei,Siliva, My dad, diego and Valentine Jnr. In this photo is Me, Monique, Christopher, Macky, Otolose, Mum and Akesa.

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 4 (Activity 2)

Activity 2
Some families are very large and some are very small. Some of the smallest families are found in China where parents are allowed, by law, to have only one child. This is quite different from countries like America (U.S.A.) where some families have as many as 19 or 20 children. It is rare but it does happen!
In America, there is actually a family with 19 children who have their own television show called ’19 Kids and Counting.’ All 19 children have the same two parents (Jim Bob and Michelle) and every single one of the children has a name starting with the letter ‘J.’ The oldest children is a boy named Josh and the youngest is a girl named Josie. Amazing!
If you’d like to see a small clip from the show, follow this link: 19 Kids and Counting
Imagine that you were one of the Duggar children and you had 18 brothers and sisters. What do you think it would be like to have so many sisters and brothers living with you in one house? On your blog please tell us what you would like and what you wouldn’t like about living in such a large family.

Being In A Big Family

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What I Wouldn't Like Being In A Big Family:
Being in a big family wouldn't be so easy because you might not have your personal space and not having your own personal space would be boring. Also going to the bathrooms and toilets would be so hard because there would be a Que in your own house.

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 4 (Bonus Activity)

Bonus Activity
Choose a family member and conduct a short interview. In the interview ask them five questions about themselves:
  1. What is your name?
  2. Where were you born?
  3. How many siblings do you have?
  4. What is your favorite thing about living in New Zealand?
  5. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? Why?
Post the answers on your blog.   

1. What is you name?
Answer : Falakiko Sosefo
2. Where Were You Born?
Answer: In Auckland, New Zealand
3. How Many Siblings Do You Have?
Image result for reporter interview clipartAnswer : I have 6 siblings and 1 step brother.
4. What Is Your Favorite Thing About Living In New Zealand?
Answer: Having Kina
5. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? Why?
Answer: Canada, because I am A BIG FAN Of MAPLE SYRUP And Maple syrup comes from Canada.

What I'd Like Being In A Big Family:
Being In a big family like that would be so amazing because you'd have so much people to talk to and you wouldn't be lonely. Also doing chores wouldn't be that hard because there is a lot of us and teamwork always gets the job easier and faster.

Friday, 30 December 2016

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 5 (Bonus Activity)

Bonus Activity
Once you have looked at the other school diary, it is time for you to make one of your own. What do you in a normal school day? Use the template below as a guide and post your own personal ‘Day in the Life of…’

Heres Is What My Timetable Would Look Like:

Time : Monday
Image result for school clipart9.05 - 9.30
Music With Mrs Round
9.30 - 10.30
Religious Education
10.30 - 10.50
10.50 - 11.00
Prayer Time
11.00 - 11.30
Literacy (Reading)
11.30 - 12.20
12.20 - 12.50
12.50 - 1.30
1.30 - 2.00
Storyline Online (Listening To Story)
2.00 - 2.30
Art (Picasso Art)
2.30 - 2.35
Pack Up & Road Patrol People Go.

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 5 (Activity 2)

Activity 2
Think about your favourite subject at school. In your blog tell us:

  1. The name of your favourite subject
  2. Why it is your favourite subject

1. My Favourite Subject :
My Favourite Subject Is Reading.
2. Why Do I Like Reading ? :
I like reading because, sometimes you while you read you are learning at the same time. I also like reading because if didn't know how to read I wouldn't know how to read signs and etc.

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 5 ( Activity 1 )

Activity 1

Think about your school and what you typically do in a day. Compare it with the diary from the German student. What is similar? What is different? In your blog, tell us:
1.Whether you would rather go to school in New Zealand or in Germany
2.Why you feel that way
Day 1
Day 2
8:00 - 8:45 a.m.
8:45 – 9:30 a.m.
9:30 - 9:40 a.m.
9:40 -10:25 a.m.
10:25-11:10 a.m.
11:10-11:30 p.m.
11:30 – 12:15 p.m.
Physical Education
12:15- 1:00 p.m.
Differences :
In St Pius X we don't German, French, English, science and History
We Have our breaks at different times.
We listen to a story after our second break.

We do Physical Education & Art.
For every subject we have a time for it

A1. I would go to a school in Germany.
A2. Because they do more subjects then our school, plus they learn French and I'd LOVE to learn French. Also their school finishes early then ours.

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 3 (Bonus Activity)

Bonus Activity
Instead of taking a picture or writing to us, for this activity you are invited to make a short video blog (3-4 minutes). On the video blog please tell us about your favourite summer time activities. Upload the video to your blog. Make sure that you write a short description below the video so that people know what the video is about.

This is me explaining my favorite summer activities. I Explain 1 of my best and 1 of my favorites. Hope You Enjoy☺☺👍 P.S I Couldn't make a long video because I was using someones device and they needed it back.

Week 2- Weekly Activity Day 3 (Activity 2)

Activity 2
Ask someone in your family or one of your friends what their favourite five things are to do in the summer time. On your blog, write the title ‘Summer Activities’ and, below the title, tell us about the five things that they love to do.

Summer Activities
This Is Kiko's Favourite Activities To Do In The Summer
1. Swimming at the pools or the beach.
2. Having a water fight.
3. Making ice blocks or cold drinks.
4. lying down outside in the sun.
5. Riding our bikes around our area.

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 3 (Activity 1 )

Activity 1
What are your favourite things to do in the summer time? For this activity you have two different options: (1) You can take a picture of yourself doing one of your favourite summer time activities and upload it to your blog along with a description of what you’re doing or (2) you can write a paragraph that tells us about what you love doing in the summer on your blog. It is completely up to you!

Summer Holidays
Image result for pool clipartIn the summer holidays I like to go to go swimming because it is so hot. I really like swimming because its relaxing and fun. I usually go with my family, but most of the time I go with my brothers. The pools that I go to is Swimarama in Panmure. I really like it because most of the time it is not full with that much people, its just me and my family. Also I like the pools because me and my family have takeaways or we bring a bqq. One part of the pools that I like is the water park near the slide because its so fun.

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 2 ( Bonus Activity )

Bonus Activity
According to numerous researchers and fitness experts, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. They argue that people who eat breakfast will have more energy, be in a better mood, be able to think more clearly, do better at school and end up healthier than people who don’t eat breakfast.
Interestingly, not everyone agrees. In fact, some people believe that breakfast is not the most important meal of the day because people often eat too much food at breakfast time, gain weight and become unhealthy. They think that it is better to skip breakfast and eat a number of small meals later in the day.
After reading the arguments presented above, what do you think? Is breakfast the most important meal of the day? Why or why not?

My Answer :

I think that breakfast is the most important meal of the day because, everyday you wake up your stomach is empty or your either hungry, so you will need some food to start your day and give you energy. I will recommend having something light because having something heavy will make you tired and sleepy again.

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 2 - (Activity 2)

Activity 2
Some of the most famous foods to come out of New Zealand include kiwifruit, lamb, whitebait, oysters, tuatua (shellfish), kumara, bacon and egg pie, hokey pokey ice cream, lolly cake, anzac biscuits and pavlova. Take a picture of you (or someone you know!) eating one of these famous ‘kiwi’ foods. Post the picture to your blog. Underneath the picture tell us what they are eating.

This is a picture of me eating hokey pokey. I don't really like Hokey Pokey but this was the only food that was on the list so I had to eat it lol.😂😂😑

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 2 - (Activity 1)

Activity 1
Compare the picture of common breakfast foods in the country you’ve chosen with what you typically eat for breakfast here in New Zealand. I usually have a bowl of sultana bran cereal with trim milk and a cup of tea. What about you? On your blog, please tell us:

  1. What you eat for breakfast
  2. What people in your chosen country eat for breakfast
  3. Which of the two breakfast options (your breakfast or the breakfast in the other country) you prefer. Why do you prefer it?

Image result for White rice, fish, miso soup and natto (fermented beans)A1. I have blueberry yogurt and oats or sometimes a cup of Milo and toast
A2. White rice, fish, meso soup and natto (fermented beans)
A3. I would try the Japanese breakfast because I don't know what it tastes like and sometimes its good to try new things because you wouldn't know it if it would taste nice or not.

Monday, 26 December 2016

Week 2 - Weekly Activity Day 1 (Bonus Activity)

Bonus Activity
Translate the following five basic travel phrases into Spanish, German, Malaysian, Japanese, Arabic or Afrikaans. Use the Google Translate website to do the translations.

Image result for japan language clipart
Good morning =
おはよう - Ohayō
Good bye =
さようなら - Sayōnara
How much does this cost?
Kono hiyō wa ikuradesu ka?
When is the next bus?
Tsugi no basu wa itsudesu ka?
Where is the nearest hospital?
Ichiban chikai byōin wa dokodesu ka?