Friday, May 25, 2018

Friday, April 6, 2018



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Activity One:
REFLECTION ON MY POWHIRI EXPERIENCE

What did you see when I was at the marae I saw a _a tree a pie and grass________________________________________________________
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What did you hear?__i heared___a river and a rain drop______________________________________________________
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How did you feel? _i felt the carpet_the air and a stone__________________________________________________________
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What did you expect?  something fun ________________________________________________________
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What surprised you nothing  __________________________________________________________
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What took you out of your comfort zone? nothing _________________________________________
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What did you learn? _about  _when the peaces_or war__ _____________________________________________________
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List the order of events as best as you can about the pōwhiri and what you saw people doing._When _we   went throw the gate someone doing _a karakeya_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



Activity Two:
FEATURES OF SIGNIFICANCE
Below are some photos of Tuhuru.  Listen to the tangata whenua talk about features that are significant to them.  Label the relevant pictures with information you have learnt.
  

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the gates to stop the enemies from getting in



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                               the caving are to tell about stories



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TIKANGA AT THE MARAE
Every marae has protocols and rules that you must follow while you are there.  Listen to the tangata whenua and write down the rules that you are to follow while you are at Tuhuru.  Present it as a poster on this page:
YOU MUST:


take shoes off  before going in side. Sit on your but.

















DON’T:


Don’t sit on a pillow. Don’t put your elbow off the table.-





















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Final Activity:

Write a reflection on your day spent at Tuhuru Marae.  What have you learnt? What did you enjoy the most? What was a challenge?  Do you feel that you know a little more about Te Ao Maori? What are you most proud of doing today?  Is there anything that you now want to learn more about?

we learned about peace and war and when  they put a stone down i learned that if the enemy pick it up they came in peace if they did not pick it up  they came in war. What i like was the food the marae gave to us i like the carrot cake and the orange . What i thought was a challenge was having something to play on because  the outside of the marae is plain. i’m most proud of it taking 5 years to build the marae and 3 year for the cavings.






































Friday, March 2, 2018

Monday, September 18, 2017

prinadles vist

a few printables came to our school we shode them what we do on our Chromebooks and what they do.


Friday, September 8, 2017

Duck creek

Visit to Duck Creek
Two women came with us to Duck Creek. The whole class came to Duck Creek. We went last week. Duck Creek is in Kokatahi beside the school. Kokatahi is in the south of New Zealand near Hokitika.The two women came from DOC they were talking to us about invertebrate. Invertebrate are bugs with claws some don’t have claws. Dobsonflies have claws. When we went to the creek the water was very cold. We caught innocent invertebrates. Someone caught a big Dobsonfly. I caught a Caddisfly on my first try. A  lot of people got Caddisflies. It was fun.🌊


Friday, August 18, 2017

The Water Cycle

              The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle is a thing that goes round and round. Evaporation is when the water flies up into the air and then turns into a cloud from condensation. Precipitation is hail snow rain and sleet.Transportation is when little bits of water then turns into a cloud.