Kahikatea Tree at Papakura South School

Kahikatea Tree at Papakura South School
Martha-Lee and Madeline

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Computers are the best Technology

Today’s technology is an amazing thing. A computer is like a person that knows everything. The best technology is in a computer because you can learn things that you never knew about. Computers are used for many reasons like studying and it is also a dictionary. Did you know the computer is a calculator too? The really amazing thing about it is that you can learn stuff that your mum and dad do not know about and your teacher too. The computer is like a teacher but you don’t have to wait for the next day. You can keep in touch by emailing people. I have fun emailing my teacher and sometimes she sends me links of things I can learn on the web. You can educate yourself at home. You can improve your maths, spelling, writing and reading. Many people use the computer to find information on the internet. Computers are used all around the world. People like to use computers for checking out blogs and you tube videos. The computer has all the information that you would ever need. A lot of people around the world love to study by using a computer. Our class loves to go on sites that they can learn from like mrsramanscoolkids blog. You can use the delicious bookmarks and learn about things like plants, living and non-living things, play maths games, do online reading and lots more. You can even book your fares on the internet.
People called forensic scientists use the computer for tracking down criminals, using DNA samples like in CSI. Can you imagine a world without computers? You will have to rely on adults and books for all your information. Computers are an exciting way of learning good things and the internet is an amazing technology, just use it safely.

Speech by Shar Matafeo
Wildcard Finalist
Senior School Speech WINNER - 1st position

1 comment:

Moturoa said...

And one of the best things is that YOU can contribute to the internet.

You can write and create a part of the learning for yourself and other children.

I loved your portraits too.

How did you do them?

Allanah K

ICT Facilitator

Discover IT Tasman