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Friday, 17 September 2021

number of the week-my number was 731-gold

 task description: Kia ora i have next finished my number of the week my number was 731 feel free to have a look and feel free to leave a positive comment under my blog post and have a great weekend and feel free to look at my blog everyday to see what i have been posting and thank you for look at my blog have a good day 

response to text- Maui and the magical fire

 task description: kia ora i have next finished my response to text and it is about Maui but it isn't about Maui and the sun it's really about Maui and the Magical fire feel free to have a look and feel free to leave a positive comment under my blog and feel free to look at my wonderful blog everyday to see what i have been posting also feel free to leave a positive comment under my blog post on my five facts and tell me who is your favourite singer and that is now my question of the day :) 

Response to text:

Maui and the Magical Fire



Highlight the correct answer or write down the appropriate response.


1. Maui is a... 


a) Hemigod b) Demigod

c) Semigod d) Just a normal dude


2. In the story Maui visited every village until...


a) There were no more chickens b) There was no more sunshine

c) There was no more fire d) He stole all their kai


3. Explain why Maui put out all of the fires

→he put out all of the fires because he wanted to know where fire came from


4. True or False: Maui is famous for being a trickster (likes to play jokes)


a) True b) False


5. What is the name of the great goddess in this myth?


a) Mahuika b) Maui

c) Maori    d) Maunganui


6. Explain how fire came back to the humans in the story.

→the fire came back when the mahuika knew she was defeated so she gave the fire to maui and the village 


7. Why do you think fire is so important to mankind?

→ it is important because the fire keeps you warm and you can make food with fire


five facts - famous Maori actor/singer/rapper

 task description: kia ora i have finished my five facts and it is about famous Maori singers or actors it took me a while but i finished it feel free to have a look and feel free to leave a positive comment under my blog post and feel free to look at my blog everyday to see what i have been posting through out week 8 have a great day

Thursday, 16 September 2021

response to text - kai (food)

 task description: Kia ora i have next finished my last reading task and it is my response to text and it is about the hangi but it is also about kai (food) feel free to leave a positive comment and feel free to have a look and feel free to look at my blog everyday to see what i have been posting through out week 8

Response to text:

Māori Kai



Highlight the correct answer or write down the appropriate response.


1. A hangi is… 


a) a way Maori greet each other b) a type of food

c) an earth oven d) a way of storing food


2. Māori brought these animals with them as a source of food.


a) Pigs b) Cows

c) Dogs d) Sheep


3. Explain how Māori boiled their water

→ Maori people boiled there water in a redstone bowl


4. True or False: rua kūmara is an elevated storage platform


a) True b) False


5. Which of the following is NOT a species of whitebait?


a) Inanga b) Kōaro

c) Pikopiko    d) Kōkopu


6. Why do you think it was important for Māori to store their food underground, or above the ground?

→ the hangi is important because the hangi is the traditional hangi that maori people use


7. In your own words explain how to build a hangi.

How to build a hangi your first gonna build a 46 or 60 cm deep hole after that your gonna place the large steamed stones and then your gonna place the small steamed stones on top your gonna have to get hot steam when that's done your next gonna put branches on top of the hot steam when that's there your next gonna place the meat in the middle and put the vegetables besides the meat next you're gonna place leaves on top of the meat and vegetables so that it can have a right temperature of steam.


 

research task - how to build a Hangi

 task description: Kia ora i have next finished my research task and again it is about how to prepare a hangi and it is also about what to do to prepare the hangi feel free to have a look and feel free to leave a positive comment under my blog post and also feel free to look at my blog everyday to see what i have been posting on to my blog through out week 8 and through out Maori language week thank you for looking at my blog today

five facts - how to prepare a hangi

 task description: Kia ora i have finished my five facts and it is about kia/food the first work is about how to make a hangi a hangi is a underground oven feel free to have a look and feel free to leave a positive comment under my blog post and god bless you and have a amazing day and thank you for spectating my work feel free to look of what i have been posting through out week 8 in Maori language week and through out level 4 lock-down

Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Response to text - (Sir Apirana Ngata, Reading - Sir Āpirana Ngata (T3, W8)

 task description: Kia ora i have next finished my last reading task and it is my response to text it had me thinking a lot and it was about Sir Apirana ngata it kind of took me long but i finished it and feel free to leave a positive comment and feel free to have a look and you also can look at my blog everyday to see what i have been posting though out week 8 god bless you have an amazing day

Response to Text



  1. Who was the article about? (Sir Apirana Ngata, Reading  - Sir Āpirana Ngata (T3, W8)


  1. When and where was he born? 3rd of July 1874 in Te Araroa on the East Coast of New Zealand’s North Island. 


  1. Which Iwi was Apirana Ngata most connected to? The british crown


  1. What was he the first Maori person to do? To graduate 


  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 keep the traditional alive and safe 


  1. “...he used these connections to educate himself in… ___________________________”


  1. Why do you think it was important for Apirana to educate himself like a European?  He had thoughts of him believing to educate and he believed the education.




  1. What do you think motivated him to fight so hard to keep Maori Culture alive? He was believing himself and he kept going and he was proud to have his nationality maori