Sunday, August 5, 2012

No hea koe?

As part of Te Wiki o te Reo Maori, we learnt the phrase: No hea koe? (Where are you from?) and the reply,              No _____ ahau ( I am from _______).



We spent time looking at world maps and locating where we come from. Not only did we learn about where New Zealand is, we also found out about other countries on the map. Here is a video of our learning.

11 comments:

Kyrah, Angelina, Tihei A7 said...

Wow B6 that was amazing. Your Maori is great. I liked the way the arrows crossed over to different countries.

Avantika and Keshika A7 said...

I like how you spoke. I enjoyed listening.

Room B6 said...

No Samoa ahau

Miss Lepou

Room B6 said...

I liked how Naki was saying the Maori words properly.

Sonya

Room B6 said...

I like how Sammy and Hanlin did a great job.

Soane

Naki said...

I think Sonya and Evile and Shane did a great job saying, No
Samoa ahau.

Naki said...

I think Sonya and Evile and Shane did a great job saying, No
Samoa ahau.

Hanlin said...

I liked Amanaki saying, No hea koe.

Nataria said...

I like how everyone put the Maori words together.

Helen said...

Fantastic B6, it must be exciting to have children from all around the world in your class. Your pronunciation is TU MEKE!

Miss Mac said...

Hi B6, that was a fantastic video. It was great finding out where everyone was from.
Miss Mac