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Tuesday, 21 September 2021

Response to Text: Te Whare Tapa Whā (Tuesday W9, T3)

 Response to text:

Te Whare Tapa Whā



Highlight the correct answer or write down the appropriate response.


1. Te Whare Tapa Whā is… 


a) about health and wellbeing b) a Marae

c) a list of words d) about five plus a day


2. Te Whare Tapa Whā was developed by who? 


a) Māori Chiefs b) Leading Māori and Sir Mason Durie

c) John Key and Judith Collins d) Jacinda Ardern and Ashley Bloomfield


3. Explain the design of the Te Whare Tapa Whā and why this is important:


4. True or False: taha tinana is spiritual wellbeing


a) True b) False


5. What year was the Te Whare Tapa Whā developed?


a) 1991 b) 1982

c) 1984    d) 1999


6. Which one is NOT considered in the article as feeling comfortable in your whānau?


a) Being around your friends b) Being around your whanāu

c) At your place of study (School)    d) At KFC when they are allowed to open


7. The Te Whare Tapa Whā describes health and wellbeing as a what?


a) McDonalds Restaurant b) Wharenui

c) KFC Restaurant    d) Pt England School

Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Research: Famous Maori (Wednesday W8, T3)

 

Response to Text (Wednesday T3, W8)

 Response to Text



  1. Who was the article about? (Full name, and title)Sir Āpirana Ngata


  1. When and where was he born? 3th of july 1874


  1. Which Iwi was Apirana Ngata most connected to? East coast NZ


  1. What was he the first Maori person to do? He was the first maori to graduate from university



  1. Finish these sentences from the text:

    1. “Apirana dedicated himself to the improvement of maori.


  1. “Apirana was a proud Maori, and fought to set up businesses and schools for maori throughout New Zealand.


  1. “...he used these connections to educate himself in the ways of European politics and law


  1. Why do you think it was important for Apirana to educate himself like a European? So that he could fight for his Culture and keep it Alive and not extinct. 


What do you think motivated him to fight so hard to keep Maori Culture alive? His maoritanga (Maori Culture)

Friday, 10 September 2021

about me and my dad going fishing.

   

    on September the 9th me and my dad went fishing and i caught a fish which is a snapper with my fishing  rod and me and my dad couldn't get a second fish but we tried and tried so we tried only one fish so we went home with one fish only.