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Monday, 11 January 2016

Summer Learning Journey - Day 2 - Activity 2.

Summer Learning Journey Air New Zealand Safety Video:

1.)If you see seat belt sign, that is for to make sure that you wearing a seat belt throughout the flight. If your want to go somewhere in the plane lift the lever to release your seat belt.

2.) Make sure that some of your item are securely place in the locker above you or placed underneath the seat in front of you.

3.)  If a mask comes over your head make sure to pull down and place it over your mouth and nose. Pull the straps off and breath normally. 

4.) When you are landing make sure that you put your hands on your hand and you elbows beside your legs. Your feet is firmly upon your the floor. 



6 comments:

Suzanne Rolfe said...

Hi June. These are great tips for being safe on a plane. I'll remember these next time I'm travelling. It's really good to know what to do in an emergency.

Rachel Williamson said...

Hi June,

Thanks for so clearly watching the 'Men In Black' safety video. It's very obvious that you paid careful attention and are now ready to fly safely. Did you enjoy the Air New Zealand video? The company is known for creating really innovative and interesting safety videos. They have had others that adopted a 'Lord of the Rings' theme, a tropical holiday theme and an extreme sport/adventuring theme with Bear Grylls as the main actor. They are pretty creative!

I am looking forward to blogging with you and to inviting you to be as creative as possible over the next few weeks. There are a number of fun activities that you can complete, some of which involve taking selfies, making videos, designing logos, writing poems or even creating word puzzles. I'll be really interested to see what you opt to do as you make your way to, and through, Canada!!

Cheers,

Rachel

Rachel Williamson said...

Hi June,

I'm just sending you a quick message to say that I hope that you are having a wonderful, wonderful holiday!

We miss you online and would love to see you re-join our Summer Learning Journey, if you have the time/interest. There is still another full week to go so you have plenty of time to hop online and blog. Each of your blogs is being read by students in Germany and Canada!

If you are keen to keep blogging and to connect with students from overseas, please log and blog today!

The Summer Learning Journey site can be found at: https://sites.google.com/site/summerlearningjourney/welcome.

Hope to see you online again soon :)

Cheers,
Rachel

Carolyn said...

Hi June,

Great to see you have summarised some of the important safety points for flying. I would love to hear more about Canada if you have a chance to blog more about it!! Hope you are enjoying the NZ summer - do you know what the weather is like in Canada at the moment?

Cheers,
Carolyn

Rachel Williamson said...

Kia ora June!

This is a friendly reminder that tomorrow (Tuesday 26 January) is the final day of the Summer Learning Journey. If you're keen to earn more points and be in to win cool prizes please log onto the Summer Learning Journey site, complete any of the 14 days' worth of activities and post a blog.

I'll check back in tomorrow to see if you've posted anything new. I hope that you're able to re-join our journey before it comes to an end!

Cheers,
Rachel

Rachel Williamson said...

Kia ora June☺

The Summer Learning Journey programme has now come to an end. Thank you so much for being involved this summer!

Over the next few months I plan to review the programme. As part of the review process I am hoping to gather feedback from participants, just like you! To tell me what you think please log onto the Summer Learning Journey website and click on the ‘Feedback’ tab. It will take you to a short online form. Can you please fill it out? It should only take about 5 minutes. I’d love to hear what you think!

I will also be coming into your school in a few weeks to hand out participation certificates. I am really looking forward to seeing you then!

Thanks again for joining our Summer Learning Journey this year. I really hope that you join our holiday blogging programme again next summer.

Cheers!

Rachel

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