Sunday, 28 January 2018

Summer Learning Journey: Week Two, Day One, Bonus Activity

I think it is a beautiful poem. I am honored the be a New Zealand born citizen because I am truly grateful for those who for in the war for our country. I am glad to now be in a safe country and that there are no more wars between New Zealand and another countries. I am sad for the solider who died but they will always be remembered.   

Summer Learning Journey: Week Two, Day One, Activity two

I robustly believe it is shocking how woman are not allowed to vote in Saudi Arabia. Women should not be undermined and should be able to voice there opinion as the men do. Women capable of making important decisions and should be treated equally.

Summer Learning Journey: Week Two, Day One, Activity One

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Name: Notre Dame
Location: 6 Parvis Notre-Dame - Pl. Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris, France
Built: It was built in 1163.
How long: It took almost 200 years.

Summer Learning Journey: Week one, Day Five, Bonus Activity

1. How did it feel when you won a gold medal?
 
2. How do you think the commonwealth games has changed in the years?

3. Do you watch the commonwealth games?

4. How did it feel to compete in the commonwealth games?

Summer Learning Journey: Week one, Day Five, Activity Two

1. Visit the Treaty House itself to see a replica of the original treaty. 

2. See one of the largest Maori war canoes in the country.

3. Watch a live kapa haka performance. 

I would like to visit the Treaty House itself to see a replica of the original treaty. 

Summer Learning Journey: Week one, Day Five, Activity One

1. MāoriI heahea ahau, pēnei i te maki.
English: I'm Being silly, like a monkey.

2. MāoriKei roto i te ngahere he Kereru e rere ana.
English: In the forest there is a flying Kereu.

3. MāoriKi Waihōpai, kei te whiti te rā.
English: In Invercargill the sun is shinning.

4. Māori: I kai ahau, pēnei i te kītere.
English: I'm eating like a squirrel.

5. Māori: Kei roto i te ngahere he Kwi e hikoi ana.
English: In the forest there is a Kiwi walking.









Summer Learning Journey: Week one, Day Four, Bonus Activity

1. Te Puku o Te Ika is first because although they did not have a variety things you could see the passion that went into the song. Also they sung the song in remembrance of someone which made it even more special.

2. I placed Te Iti Kahurangi second because of the great vocals they had and the harmonies was fantastic. They also had a variety of formations.

3. Third is Tamatea Arikinui because although they done the poi I found there harmonizing and vocals weren't as good as the other  groups but they still done an amazing job.