Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Leiite Year 6 Camp 2017

On Tuesday 21st November 2017 the year 6’s were going camp at kawau island, We had to go on a bus then go on the ferry and then we were there. When were got there we had to get the bags so after that we had a walk Peter and his wife Erin said that “the Dacks and the wallaby and the other animators because the food that we eat are bad for the animators. And then we went for a hike hopa had to tack a rock with him and had to put it on the to of the hill the hill was called killer hill and talk about how he wanted it to be like and then we started to go down. On day 2 we went for another hike up the hill again another then we got back and had breakfast there are a big table for the campers and a small table for the leaders I was one of the leaders and then we had free times and at night we played spotlight. On day 3 we did the same things in the morning but we did some activities and at night we played spotlight. I will Love to thanks Miss Moran for helping me and my camp group and for Miss Parrant for being the best teacher ever. The thing that I enjoyed most about camp was kayaking because I posed Miss Moran out of her kayak because I was standing on my kayak and grid to kayak will standing. The thing that I loaned there was how to sail, sailing was so fun and it was my first time sailing.

Friday, 27 October 2017

Leiite Harmonica

Leiite Television

1. When did color TVs come out?
a. 1925
b. 1953
c. 1939
d. 1965

2. Which was not true about the first TV?
a. It could only show one color
b. It only had 30 lines
c. It did not have sound
d. It did not work well

3. When did networks start showing programs in color?
a. 1948
b. 1953
c. 1965
d. 1939

4. Why did the first TV station only show Felix the Cat for two hours a day?
a. They were running tests.
b. Felix the Cat was really popular.
c. Felix the Cat had been a big radio star.
d. Felix the Cat was the only show that they had.

5. Which of these events slowed the spread of TVs?
a. The World's Fair of 1939
b. The Civil War
c. The election of the U.S. President.
d. World War II

6. What is the author's main purpose in writing this?
a. He is trying to explain how a TV works.
b. He is telling readers how TVs became popular.
c. He is describing the history of the TV.
d. He is trying to get people to watch more TV.

7. Why did many families switch to color TVs in 1965?
a. Color TVs cost a lot of money.
b. Many shows were only shown in color.
c. Color TVs came out in 1965.
d. World War II ended and troops returned home.

8. Why was 1939 an important year for TV?
a. Many Americans were introduced to TV.
b. The first color TV was released.
c. The first TV station began broadcasting.
d. John Baird created the first TV.

9. How many lines does a 4K TV have?
a. 30
b. 1,080
c. 4,000
d. 3,840

10. Which happened first?
a. The 1939 World's Fair
b. The release of high-def TVs
c. The end of World War II
d. The release of color TVs

11. Why would watching TV have been boring in 1928?
It only had one color.

12. Why did the 5 inch black-and-white TVs at the World's Fair impress people?
Because  The U.S. President gave a speech over the TVs. The TVs were only five inches big but the people loved it.

13. Why would it have been a bad idea to buy a color TV when they first were released?Because it didn’t work well so that’s why