Our mahi also links into understanding how we learn - inquiry learning process cycle and our Graduate Profile.
Friday, 13 October 2017
Whainga ako: understanding the importance of a community and the importance of Being Maori in Aotearoa.
Our mahi this term is focussed around our Haerenga in Wk 6, 20th November - 24th November to Rotorua.
Sunday, 10 September 2017
Whainga Ako: write your ideas and findings about what makes a Maori Leader - linking into your whanau.
Who is a Maori leader in
Your whanau that you look
Up to - my dad
What makes them an
Amazing Maori leader that
You admire? because he is
Good at speaking Maori.
How are they related to
You - He's my dad.
What knowledge and skills
Are they passing on to
You - not much.
My Maori leader I admire and Look up to is barry.#.
I’m a Maori leader because
I’m good at Maori.
I’m a good Maori leader because I think i’m a Maori leader.
Saturday, 9 September 2017
The purpose of this activity was to describe how special our whanau are.
26th Hongongoi 2017
Whainga ako: Create a piece of Persuasive writing.
In my opinion everyone should stand up for your rights because you should not take the blame when you have done nothing off target.
Surely you would agree that standing up for your own right as a new Zealand citizen is a great idea because we have rights for our own life.
Firstly I feel standing up for yourself is a way of saying i did not do that because I would not liked to get blamed for something I didn't do.
Secondly I think I have actually got blamed for something that I have not done and taking the blame is not enjoyable so it is better to say something then to not say anything.
Thirdly only a fool would think that not standing up for your rights isn't a awesome idea because you should always stand up for your rights and say what is right.
I believe everyone should stand up for their rights because you know what is right and wrong and you don't want to get blamed for someone else's stupid crime.
The purpose of this activity was to make a start on our speech.
Nga mihi TeTapuke
Nga mihi TeTapuke
Our purpose of this activity was to use the OREO process to create a speech.