Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Why Is It So Important To Keep Oral Storytelling Alive?

Why is it important to keep the Maori story’s going because Myth and legends are a traditions way that have been past down from generation to generation .  

For this task we had to watch a video about Maori oral storytelling. We watched three videos talking about oral storytelling. We had to work collaboratively with our partners. We had to answer the question Why is it important to keep oral storytelling alive. The hard thing about this was that the videos were in Te Reo so we had to read the subtitles.

Friday, 14 July 2017

Day 1 - Activity 1 Winter hoilday programe

1. Moari has a greeting that is called Hongi. Hongi is when you press you nose together

2. Aj hackett invent the bungy jump.

3. Rugby is national sport in NZ because All blacks represent our country.

For this activity I had to find three inserting facts to post on my blog. I learnt the first and second. Now I know the new word Hongi.

Friday, 7 July 2017

term 2 Reflections

This term I have really enjoyed learning about my timetables in maths. I now know how to do my place value. I enjoy working on my maths because I like doing hard things and I can also learn from my mistakes. I also like doing dance with Mrs Anderson . Also I like going tech with the whole class. Tech is nice because I learn different things.