Sunday, 31 July 2016

Discovery time week two.

Description: Discovery time I played war again I discovered that I can work well with a wide range of people but to work well with other people you have to be available to compromise. I found that the wall we made had to have a lot of support so it wouldn't fall over. I found it difficult to actually make the wall so it wouldn't fall over.


Sunday, 24 July 2016

Our first discovery time.

Description: In Discovery I did army's with the imagines we built towards and walls and had a big war. I did it with William and Jacob wescott as my main teammates. It was a lot of fun and I discovered that I work well with my teammates even though I don't usually hang out with them.

Evaluation: I think that i did well, shared and we did not have any arguments but it was really difficult to work with a wide group of people.

Feedback: I think you did well at making the wall solid so it won't fall over.
feedforward: Maybe next time you could add a bigger wall.

Sunday, 3 July 2016

Buddy star art. Portfolio post.

Description: Every Tuesday we join up with our buddy's  from Stevens and Nichols class and we make stars. The buddy time before that we made sahra plat art. This time we are making stars with cut out circles and string. The way we did this was that we got a largeish circle and we cut 12 small lines evenly on the outside. Then we found a patern that made a star and reapeted it to make a good looking star. I worked with Jacob and I will now be working with my little brother Wyatt. We have spent a few weeks on these and I think it was a week well spent and there are now a few little stars that have been mad and I will show you them. But what I really want to tell you about how we made them specifically. So what we'd was we got two cups one smaller than the other. Then we got A bit of cardboard from a cereal box or another kind of box. Then we got our cups and drew two circles on the cardboard, one inside of the other. After we got some scissors and cut out the outer circle. Then we cut in twelve lines that made the slits to put the string in for our patern to make the star patern. Here is what we all made:


Feedback: I like how you explained how to make them.

Feedforward: Maybe you could show some photos of it being made?

Evaluation: I found actually getting the patern was quite hard but I managed to do it anyway.