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Thursday, 23 September 2021

Response to text: Taha Wairua & Taha Hinengaro

 Response to text:

Taha Wairua & Taha Hinengaro



Highlight the correct answer or write down the appropriate response.


1. Taha wairua is about… 


a) your physical wellbeing b) your mental and emotional wellbeing

c) your spiritual wellbeing d) your overall wellbeing


1. Taha hinengaro is about… 


a) your physical wellbeing b) your mental and emotional wellbeing

c) your spiritual wellbeing d) your overall wellbeing



3. Explain why how taha wairua can be perceived differently:

→ By faith and believe in your beliefs.


4. True or False: your lifestyle can have an impact on a healthy taha hinengaro


a) True b) False


5.  What relationship does taha wairua explore?


a) People who are living now b) People and heritage in the past present and future

c) The environment    d) The environment, people and heritage in the past
    present and future


6. Describe the Māori perspective on wairua and spirituality?

→ By their beliefs about the beginning of the world.


7. In your own words describe what taha wairua is:

→taha wairua is your spiritual wellbeing like your beliefs and you sticking to those beliefs. 


8. In your own words describe what taha hinengaro is:

→It means your mental health and wellbeing is like what you learn at school.


Tuesday, 21 September 2021

I beet my beep test record.




 I did beep test outside my house and i got up to level 7.1. IM SUPER PROUDE OF MYSELF.(My brother blessing has the same score). spam relode to to watch the video.

Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Elijah 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?

3 july 1874

  1. Which Iwi was Apirana Ngata most connected to?

Ngati porou

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

politics

  1. Finish these sentences from the text:

    1. “Apirana dedicated himself to the improvement of Maori socially, culturally and economically. ”


  1. “Apirana was a proud Maori, and fought to set up businesses and schools for maori throughout nz and it is this kind of work that created his legacy in a world where maori were looked down upon by the European colonists Apirana fought to keep their traditions alive not by fighting them in wars but by playing the game the Europeans and protecting maori culture with the power of the law. ”

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


  1. Why do you think it was important for Apirana to educate himself like a European? Because he needed to do that because he would beat them in their own game




  1. What do you think motivated him to fight so hard to keep Maori Culture alive? Our culture would not  be alive and not be a language.

math

 

Tuesday, 14 September 2021

Response to text: Kakahu Pekepeke

 Response to text:

Kakahu Pekepeke 

by Keri Welham


Highlight the correct answer or write down the appropriate response.


1. A whakairo is… 


a) another word for taonga b) a Maori food

c) a traditional carving d) a gift 


2. The whakairo was gifted to the school in...


a) 1990 b) 1992

c) 2000 d) 2002


3. Explain why the whakairo is called “Kakahu Pekepeke”

→ Because the cloak is the reminder of the dead person that the past.


4. True or False: A pekepeke is a cloak.


a) True b) False


5. Which of the following is NOT a taonga that Ōtūmoetai School has?


a) Carvings of Tākitimu waka b) The prow of the Tākitimu waka

c) Murals of the first Principal d) A 125 year old Oak Tree


6. What can the idea of “kakahu pekepeke” (giving a cloak to a family who is mourning) tell us about Maori, and their sense of community?

→ They comfort each other and support each other by helping each other.


7. How does the design of the whakairo show  the importance of the environment to Maori communities and culture?

→ The carvings on the marae talk about the generations before.


writing

 

Monday, 13 September 2021

Response to text: Pepeha

 Response to text:

Pepeha

 By Pa¯taka and Monique Moore

Highlight the correct answer or write down the appropriate response.


1. A pepeha is… 


a) A way of saying hi! b) A way of introducing yourself

c) Where you come from d) the Te Reo word for pepper


2. For Maori, the waka in their pepeha tell us what?


a) What car they drive b) That they own a waka

c) How their tupuna arrived in Aotearoa d) None of the above


3. Explain why…  “A pepeha is a way of showing that you value the local environment”

→Because It is where your ancestors used to be, now you introduce yourself and you are telling people that your family has been on this land and also means that you have protected that land from your ancestors.


4. True or False: Your hapu is your family (aunties, cousins, grandparents etc.)


a) True `q b) False


5. Which of the following is NOT something mentioned in a pepeha?


a) Iwi b) Kaumatua

c) Marae d) Tikanga


6. “In Māori culture, everyone helps out and shares work, food, and day-to-day tasks.”

Explain how this is similar, or different in your own culture. If you are Maori, explain what this looks like.


→ This is kinda similar because tongans normally help each other, especially for food. 


7. What do you think the contents of a pepeha tell us about Tangata Maori (Maori people) and their relationship with the environment?


→As I said before, it was from the home of your ancestors.