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Thursday, 29 October 2015

My tuhituhi mahi

29/10/15

whainga ako: write a description about rain

Rain is a water that drops from ranginui rain is so heavy it can floud everything it feels like tear drops of people's tears of when they are crying it smells like nothing but with a beautiful perfume smell it taste like fresh water mix with heaven. i listened to the drop of the hailstone and they looked like small baby stones but when i put my hand out to have a feel it felt like a knife going through my hand.

Monday, 7 September 2015

My Kapahaka Inquiry

I perform kapa haka  to learn new things, including improving my Reo


whanau whakaiti kapahaka


The term kapahaka in New Zealand as Maori Performing Arts or the cultural dance of Maori people. Kapahaka is an avenue for Maori people to express and showcase their heritage and cultural Polynesia identity through song and dance




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Monday, 18 May 2015

KIA Ora my name is Tanea and i am going to read you my speech.

Anzac is the acronym for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. It was a World War 1 army corps of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force that was formed in Egypt in 1915.
During the second world war (1939,1945) the 28th Maori battalion made up entirely of volunteers and my
great grandfather Thomas Webster was part of this great battle.

Some made it back and some didn't return but I am happy to say my great grandfather returned.


Thank you for hearing my speech.