Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Summer Learning Journey

Today, I have finished my last activity for Day 3 ( Even though this has taken 2-3 days). The activity was learning about the weather of your capital city ( When you will be going to that country next week). 


aminiasi said...

Hello Pote, I like how you have added an image to show what kind of weather it will be from Monday to Friday. Keep up the great work.

Rachel Williamson said...

Hi Pote!

I also really like the way that you included images to illustrate the weather conditions in Japan this week. It looks as though it is going to be pretty nice weather. I expect that the temperatures have been written in degrees Fahrenheit. Interestingly, we don't tend to use the 'Fahrenheit' scale here in New Zealand. We typically use the 'Celsius' scale instead.

When I do the conversation from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius I see that the weather in Japan will be:

Monday - 10.6 degrees Celsius
Tuesday - 8.3 degrees Celsius
Wednesday - 12.8 degrees Celsius
Thursday - 10 degrees Celsius
Friday - 10 degrees Celsius

I think that you will need to bring some warm clothes with you on your journey this holiday, Pote, in order to brave the weather in Japan. It is going to be a little bit frosty! What might you pack in order to keep yourself warm?

Cheers, Rachel :)

daniel said...

Hi Pote
Great work on this summer learning journey task. I can clearly see the whether on Monday to Friday. Keep up the great work!

Dan Abricossow said...

Good morning Pote,

Well done on completing your forecast for your journey! I like how you have included a picture as well as the temperatures, this gives us all a good idea of what kind of weather to expect for you in Japan.

Like Rachel said, it's interesting how some countries use Fahrenheit and others use Celsius. It can definitely get confusing sometimes! Here in NZ we use degrees celsius, like today in Auckland the temperature is around 23 degrees Celsius, but if it were measured in Fahrenheit we'd say it's around 73 degrees Fahrenheit. So Rachel's right, you will definitely need to pack some warm clothes for your trip!

What clothes do you think you might pack? Keep in mind that it's not only going to be cold, but also a bit of rain by the looks of it.

Happy packing!


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