Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Drawing - Embraer Lineage 1000E

This week for inquiry I made a drawing of a Embraer Lineage 1000e. Once I finished that I added labels to show the bits and pieces on it. I found it hard to find the pieces because I to go on lot's of different sights so it could some me the bits. I learnt that the Embraer Lineage 1000e uses a General Electric CF34 engine.

Information Report - Embraer Lineage 1000E

Embraer Lineage 1000
The Embraer Lineage 1000E is a private Jet made by a Brazilian company named Embraer. This Jet is really expensive, the price is from $49,250,000 USD  to $58,000,000 USD. It was built in 2006 and became a private jet in 2009. Embraer's Lineage 1000 and upgraded model 1000E is one of the biggest ultra large business jets available on the private jet charter market.
The Lineage 1000e is full of luxury, with five large Luxurious cabin zones with multiple possible layouts. The Jet has a room for 13 to 19 passengers, with a range of 5,300 miles. The master Suite has the option for a walk in the shower and a Queen Sized bed. Embraer Lineage 1000e has many many different features to it.
The Embraer Lineage uses a General Electric CF34. The high-bypass Jet engine produce a gigantic 18,000 pounds of thrust each. Its high speed cruise is 470 knots and it works at a flight Maximum of 41,000 feet. The Lineage can take off in 6,660 feet with a maximum takeoff weight of 120,150 pounds. It can go really far with 8,515 km.
The Lineage 1000e has many different features to it. The Jet has Two flight crew and one flight attendant. It also has a large fuel space with 21, 871 kg’s. The Embraer is 10.57 metres tall (1057 cm), that is pretty big. Inside it has high speed data connection and as well as wireless ipad controls. For lot’s of baggage there is 9.1m of space in the baggage compartment.
The Jet had its first flight in October 26, 2007. Then as two years past, the first Lineage 1000 was delivered to Aamer Abdul Jalil al Fahim on May 7, 2009.

3D Picture

L.I: To Investigate 2D and 3D shapes
This 2 weeks I have been working on this 3D shape art. It took me lot's of time but I did it. First I had to draw dimensional shapes on our paper. Then once it was perfect, I made a checker board for the ground. When I did that went over the lines with vivid. After that I coloured the shapes and walls using pastels, and went to show mr Ogilvie. I learnt how to draw 3 dimensional shapes. Next time I will try to make even better and harder shapes.

Monday, 12 December 2016

Blog Commenting

My Comment On Jericho's Blog


Click on the Battleship
Battleship 2.0 - 
L.I: To Investigate Coordinates
This Week for maths I learnt how to play a game called Battleship. This game is really fun to play in your spare time. I love this game because it is fun and you can destroy other ships.


L.I To Make Connections using our prior knowledge and To Gather Information across the texts To Form An Opinion.

This week I have been comparing connections with Bessie Coleman, Jean Batten, Amelia Earhart, Richard Pearce and The Wright Brothers. It was fun doing this because I learnt lot's of new things about Bessie Coleman. Bessie Coleman Was the First African American Female to get a pilot Licence.

Santa Tracker

Santa Tracker Dance 

Today I have Made a dance using Santa tracker. I Made this because I thought it would be a great Idea to make a Dance.

Thursday, 8 December 2016

Planning Template

This is my Planning template for the information report about the Embraer Lineage 1000E. The Embraer Lineage 1000 is a version of the Embraer 190 regional jet, Which was released as private Jet in 2009. 

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Embraer Lineage 1000 - Plan

This week I have been researching about a fabulous Jet called Embraer Lineage 1000E . During our research we had to research facts and put it on the planning template. I chose the Embraer Lineage 1000E because I did not know the plane and I just found out about it. Click Here to see my plan.

Monday, 5 December 2016


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L.I: To investigate 2D and 3D shapes and To understand flip, side and turn.
This week Mr Ogilvie's groups have been learning flip, side and turn. For our task we were sent off to investigate 2D and 3D shapes around the Class. I understood flip, side and turn.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Conclusion on Amelia Earhart

L.I: To Write a Concluding Paragraph

This week we have been learning how to to write a concluding paragraph. For our task we had to write a conclusion about an Aviator. I chose Amelia Earhart because She is really interesting and I was interested on how she disappeared on her flight over the Pacific Ocean.

Rap Battle

Stop it kids
We are the wright brothers, creator of the first successful plane,
I’m Tony Stark and he’s Bruce Wayne.
Without our brains,
you will be flying in your imaginary plane.
On 1903 history was made, we’re coming over you like a dim dark shade.

You think you're so tough but you are so stupid for taking on us.

And you There women with the legs of a giraffe, You are so annoying and so bloody daft. This is the end of the start, we are smarter than you even when we fart

We are going to whip you and lock you in chains,
We are winning this race because we’re in the fast lane.


This week Jeremiah and I have made a Rap to go up against San Kyaw and Tiava. Jeremiah and I are the Wright brothers, Tiava is Amelia Earhart and San Kyaw is Richard Pearce.

Travel Measurment

L.I: To understand units of measurements and To investigate units of measurements.

This week we have been measuring the distance between two countries. I liked doing this because I learnt that from the madrid stadium Santiago Bernabeu To Stamford bridge Stadium is 13, 764. Click Here For My Map

Timeline - Richard Pearce and The Wright Brothers

L.I. To scan for key information and to skim text for general
This Week have been researching about Richard Pierce and The Wright Brothers. Our task was to make a timeline about Richard Pierce and The Wright Brothers. I learnt that Richard Pierce was never married when he died.

Friday, 25 November 2016

Classroom measurements

L.I: To understand units of measurements and to investigate units of measurements.
This week we have been learning to understand units of measurements and to investigate units of measurements. For our task we had to make our own ruler using our thumbs and measure the things around the class. I learnt learnt to understand units of measurements and to investigate units of measurements.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Introduction: Amelia Earhart

L.I: To write an informative introduction
This week we have been learning how to write an informative introduction. For our task we had to write a  informative introduction on either Amelia Earhart, Jean Batten, the Wright brother or Richard Pierce. I chose Amelia Earhart because she is really Fascinating. I learnt how to write an informative introduction.


This Is my Prototec can do 

Barack Obama

This Is a I wonder on Barack Obama that I did with the help of Jeremiah. He Is the 44th president of the United States.

Biography of Jean Batten

… Biography

  • Jean Gardner Batten

Date of Birth:
  • September 15th 1909

Place of Birth:
  • Rotorua New Zealand


  1. She made the first ever flight solo from England to New Zealand.
  2. In 1935 she set a world record flying from England to Brazil in the Percival Gull.
  3. In May 1934, Batten successfully flew solo from England to Australia in the Gipsy Moth. Her trip took 14 days and 22 hours and beat the other England-to-Australia record of English aviator Amy Johnson by over four days.

Other information:
  • Jean Batten was an aviator who made record-breaking flights from 1933 to 1937. Jean Batten was sent by her parents to England to study music, but she became interested in flying and earned a private pilot’s license in 1930.
L.I: To research an Aviator and write a biography using key words and summarising skills

Jean Batten Poster

L.I: To Research facts about famous Aviator
Today we have our task was to choose a Aviator to make a poster about. I chose Jean Batten because she was an New Zealand Aviatrix. Jean Batten Is really interesting. I learnt that she was born in New Zealand Rotorua.

Biography of Amelia Earhart

… Biography

  • Amelia Mary Earhart

Date of Birth:
  • July 24 1997

Place of Birth:
  • Atchison, Kansas, United States Of America


  1. October 22, 1922 - Broke women's altitude record when she rose to 14,000 feet.
  2. June 17-18, 1928 - First woman to fly across the Atlantic - 20hrs 40min
  3. May 20-21, 1932 - First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic; 14 hrs 56 min

Other information:

  • Amelia Earhart was an American Aviator and an author who broke many records such as, first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. She also became a bestselling author and broke many other records.
L.I: To research an Aviator and write a biography using key words and summarising skills
This week we have been learning about Aviators. For our task we had to go off and write a Biography of Amelia Earhart. Amelia Earhart is very interesting to learn about. I learnt that during Amelia Earhart's flight around the world she disappeared over the Pacific Ocean. 

Thursday, 17 November 2016

How do Planes Fly - Explanation

How Do Aeroplanes Fly

Planes are really helpful they help humans get from one side of the earth to the other side. It comes in different shapes and sizes. There are four different forces, lift, thrust, drag and weight. American aviation pioneers Orville and Wilbur Wright (The Wright Brothers) created the first successful airplane.

When the plane's propellers spin it gives the aeroplane a forward force called thrust. Thrust is generated from an engine attached to the wings. Thrust is used to overcome the drag of a plane it.

Drag is is generated from every part of a plane, even the engine. It is the force that goes to the opposite direction of the motion. Drag is caused by friction and differences in air pressure. When an airplane is flying straight and at an even speed, the thrust it produces balances its drag.
Lift is the force that holds an airplane in the air. The wings create most of the lift used by airplanes. As a plane moves forward, its lift force increases until it equals its weight. When lift equals weight, the plane can fly.
Weight is the force caused by gravity. Weight and lift are equal when a plane flies. Because weight requires more lift, and therefore more thrust, heavy planes are more difficult to get off the ground as compared to lighter planes. Planes with less weight requires less thrust.

Planes are designed to be as light as possible.  Each force has an opposite force that works against it. Lift works opposite of weight. Thrust works opposite of drag. When the forces are balanced, a plane flies in a level direction. We are lucky that we have seat belts for safety and if we did not have safety we fall off our seat and hurt ourselves when where landing or taking off.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

High Flyers

Text: High Flyers

Plane, Richard Pierce, year 6, 7 and 8, Auckland point school

Propellers, complete, done, first, favorite, awesome, desperate

Film, Auckland point school, School, Nelson, New Zealand

Construction after 3D printing , complete

Film, ad, Competition

How? It took around 3 to 4 weeks to make the plane,

Summarise the text in 25 words:


L.I: To infer information from the text
This week we have been learning how to summaries a story only in 25 words. For our task we were sent off to read a text called High Flyers and get keywords on the doc, and summaries the story using 25 words. I learnt how to summaries using small amount of words.