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Saturday, 12 August 2017

You wouldn't put opaque glass in a window pane! By Alizzandro

Learning Intention: We are learning to recognise simple properties of materials, such as strength, flexibility and transparency.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I choreograph the materials song and record it using Wevideo.

Lyrics 
When you want to hammer a nail into wood, a hammer head of metal is good.
You need something that is hard enough to hammer other metal stuff.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Leather belts bend easily, cause they have flexibility.
And rubber is quite fantastic, when you need stuff that is elastic.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Paper, plastic, metal and wood, glass, ceramics, cotton, wool.
Fabric comes from fibre that is spun and woven into cloth by everyone.
Natural wool and cotton, synthetic, polyester and nylon.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Paper, plastic, metal and wood, glass, ceramics, cotton, wool.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.

2 comments:

  1. Kia ora Alizzandro and friend,
    Thank you for sharing your Materials song. I haven't heard this song before. Did you make up the song or is it one you have found? I liked how you added hand signals/signs to words, it helped me to visualise eg a hammer into wood and paper clothes.
    Tania

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    1. Hi,

      I was very impressed with the sound quality in your video. How did you record the sound? Did you use an external mic? We often film outdoors and have problems with wind and background sounds.

      Thanks,

      Mr McAulay

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