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Friday, August 4, 2017

Te Reo Movement Verbs

This week we have been focusing on games but we have also been lacking in our maori so this week we have created a slide with movements to do with games but with maori names this is mine that i have created hope you like it and learn something maori.


6 comments:

  1. Hi Tyissa it's Te Aroha. I really like how you presented your work and wrote sentences to use when you want to say those words. I like your gifs those are pretty cool too. These are good words to use around class and the school. Ka pai to mahi :)

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  2. Hi Tyissa,
    I really like how you presented your work in a beautiful way. I also like how you wrote sentences with your Te Reo movement verbs. KA PAI TO MAHI!

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  3. Hi Tyissa, My name is Mishaela I am a year 8 Student that attends Paihia School. I like the presentation you made about the Te Reo Maori Verbs. I did not know that Kanikani was a Verb! I thought that Verbs were only in english. Love that presentation. My Class has done one of those before.

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  4. Hello Tyissa it's Miria from kawakawa primary and I'm a year 6 I like your Te reo movements presentation! This one caught my eye because of the lady doing the Pukana on the first slide. I really like it because Te Reo is nice to learn and I hope I will learn to speak it properly one day. My favourite is your last slide about kanikani because of the GIF you used in it, I think that it is so funny. Maybe you could add more funny things in next time! Do you know what movie the guy on the first slide is from? Well got to go bye and also this is my blog loink if you want to check it out kpsmiriaf.blogspot.co.nz

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  5. kia ora Tyissa its Ocean from class i really like your te reo movements post.This was very interesting to read a learn to say very good work it was very eye catching from the first slide it really catched my eyes well great work on te reo maybe you could out my blog:http://kpsoceanv.blogspot.co.nz/ safe blogging:) ps it was me Ocean by the way

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  6. Hey Tyissa, my name is Prakriti, I go to Lake Brunner School
    I really like how you presented your learning; with the gifs and translating the maori. Your title page really caught my eye. I learnt alot from your slides. Great Work!

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