Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Coconut Cookies

20th Tuesday  March, we were assigned to make some coconut cookies. We had to follow the ingredients on the board. 1 1/2 cup of S.R.F,1/2 cup of sugar, 1/4 of oil, 1/2 cup of coconut. Mix all them ingredients well and place it on top of a copping board. Once that is done, squash done the dough, with your knuckles and get a rolling pin and flatten it so you could cut it in many parts you want it. once all those ingredients are done place it in the oven carefully and wait till it is golden brown. hope you enjoy your, coconut cookies. This is what we have made through these steps.

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Muffin Reflection

Today, march 13 Wednesday, for cooking we had to cook Chocolate muffins.  Steps we used are, to mix the dry ingredient separate from the wet ingredients, then combine the wet and dried ingredients into one bowl and mix till it is suitable to your eyes, once that step is done pour it inside a muffin tray and bake it for 15 min. the ingredients are S.R.F, Sugar, Cocoa, Oil, Egg, Milk.

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Cooking reflection

For the past few days we have been, cooking many, unexpected food, especially multi coloured muffins. We also made some peach cobbler. It was kinda hard because it was just to hard for us. Last thing  we cooked was pasta salad, it was one of the nicest  food we have made so far. 

Friday, 22 September 2017

Social Studies Reflection: pt 6

for the past few week our class has been doing  task that is related to the elections here is my work that I have been doing for the past few week. 

Political party:
The main party that  I voted more was on maori party.
The education policy I best support is  “Maori party” because they could help schools by having free schooling for secondary or primary. They could even give people that is leaving a head start of life by giving their own driving licence,bank account and also give them a “CV”. They also help children by providing free school care and holiday programmes for children. But also its not only helping them for school only but also helps their family, the reason how this helps there family is by the struggles about money.

The policy of housing I best support is  “Maori party”, which is basically helping people out with their situation of living, such alike homeless people, they are trying to aim for the homeless people to be off the roads. They are also building so much private sales  and more social housings.

The health policy that I best supported is “National” , I have voted for  “National” because they not only help young adults ( teenager’s ),  but they are also helping parents. They are also trying  to help adults by getting them to stop smoking before 2025. Also it's good for them to stop smoking because “How does it help them in life”. I really support this party but not really. Because, there are many things that is not suitable for some people.

Monday, 21 August 2017

If I were prime minister for a day…

If I were prime minister for a day i would change the law and go with what people think of  moving out of their, houses or not. Also i'll give them the amount of money they actually earn by working.
But not also that also add more money each month for who ever has a bank , only the amount of people they have in there house.
ill change the fact of people paying heaps of bills for hospital.
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Friday, 30 June 2017

Highlight From Camp.

On a sunny morning the date set as "June 26th monday 2017 ". We had a special event for our tamaki college student ( including me ) but only year 9's. we had a very long trip to the one and only hunua falls, to bond with each other. The highlights in the year 9 ,2 day camp was the activities and the cabin which the boys could bond with the boys. What I also liked was the fun that we had in the confidence course with another class that there name is RMZ. The negative comment about camp was that we only got to stay overnight. That is all about my highlight at hunua falls.
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