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Thursday, 28 September 2017

Ae! By Xavier

Are you going to the beach? 
Yes. I am going to the beach. 
Is that Tena? 
No. This is Wiremu.

Learning Intention: We are learning to answer 'yes' or 'no' questions in Te Reo Maori.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I record myself answering yes or no questions in Te Reo Maori using screecastify.

6 comments:

  1. Hey there,my name is Meleane and my class is called Manukau at Waikowhai Primary school. I really like how you were pronouncing the words correctly in Maori.If you would like to see my learning blog it is:www.wpsmeleant.blogspot.co.nz

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  2. Hello, my name is Amaya in the Te Waka Ako class in Waikowhai Primary School. I really liked that you pronounced the word correctly and how you made a video so we can hear you asking the question and answering it. Have you thought about adding a reflection at the end. If you would like to see my learning blog this is my blog address http://wpsamayap.blogspot.co.nz/.
    From Amaya

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  3. Kia Ora
    My name is Jaeda from Waikowhai Primary School in Te Waka Ako. It was really cool when you guys learnt about your Maori. I am that culture, but I am mostly English. What I think you should work on is adding more detail to it, like adding more interesting Maori words but the rest is really great! If you would like to see my blog here is my blog address below!
    http://wpsjaedaa.blogspot.co.nz/

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  4. Hello my name is Coco, I am from Waikowhal primary school,i very like the way you were writing about the Maori words. Some Maori words I just don't know so I think you are very fantastic, but next time you can do the Maori word colour dark and speak loud.

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  5. Hi my name is Hame and I am from Waikowhai Primary school. I really like how you used Te Reo to you learn how to say yes and no. Maybe next time put some more information about other aspects Te Reo that would be super cool. Come and check my blog http://wpshamep.blogspot.co.nz/ catch you later.

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  6. Hi my name is Harmony from Waikowhai Primary School. I really like that this post is based on Te Reo. Next time make it one min at least so I can learn more. This reminded me of the time we had Maori Language Week. If you would like to see my blog type, this in the bar up top. Harmony @ Waikowhai Primary School.

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