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Thursday, 8 February 2018

The Treaty of Waitangi

This week we have been learning and researching about the treaty of Waitangi.  Some of us have presented our learning in assembly and we are all putting our learning on our individual blogs. 

Libby made a slideshow telling us what she has learnt.







Here is a Treaty of Waitangi presentation from Ellis, Pyper and Sophie M:




Ella F and Kahlen:

10 comments:

  1. Nau mai, haere mai, welcome to Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu for 2018. I am excited that your class has joined a group and I will get to check out your blog on a regular basis. My name is Tania and I am the organiser of Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu. I live in Whangarei, quite a way away from where you live in Christchurch BUT close to Waitangi! I am lucky enough to be able to go to Waitangi Day and learn more about the Treaty every year. It is awesome that you are learning about Te Tiriti o te Waitangi too - thanks for sharing your presentations Libby, Ellis, Pyper and Sophie. I like that you have chosen to create in different ways to share your knowledge. Did you learn about the 3 principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi?
    Ngā mihi nui
    Tania

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  2. Kia ora Tania, we certainly did learn about the three principles. I will be adding some more DLO's that cover the principles over the next couple of days. Thanks for your comment.

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  3. Hi I am Dakota from Kawakawa Primary School and I am one of your blogging buddies. I really like your(libby) Treaty of Waitangi slide, I really like that you made it nice and clear to read. I also like that you put time and effort to do this presentation but do you know what all the words mean? Overall well done come check out my blog http://kpsdakotac.blogspot.co.nz/ I hope you like it bye!

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  4. Kia ora my name is Tyran and i go to kawakawa primary school and im 12 and year 8.I really like your Waitangi day slide because you talk about the history of Waitangi.You can come see my blog some day

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  5. Hi my name is Kailah from Kawakawa Primary School. I like your guys videos and slideshows because I love the info and photos.Maybe next time you all can do a google slide together.
    Come and check out my blog https://kpskailahh.blogspot.co.nz/

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  6. Hi my name is Miria I’m a year 7 at Kawakawa primary school. I really love your Waitangi slides and videos. Can you put some information about what you learned about Waitangi day and the fun part about what you learned about the treaty of Waitangi.
    Here is my blog address if you want to have a look at it kpsmiriaf.blogspot.co.nz

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  7. Hi my name is Qaiden and I go to Kawakawa Primary School. I like how your Treaty of Waitangi slideshow has so much information.
    This reminds me of our Treaty of Waitangi slide that we did, we had many of the same questions you had.
    Maybe next time add some photos in your slide, it looks way better with them. Otherwise great job! Check out my blog kpsqaidenn.blogspot.co.nz

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  8. Hi my name is Dayton and I go to KawaKawa Primary School.I really like the way that your guys treaty of waitangi has so much information. You guys have done so much research. you guys even have more information than any of us in this class. Amazing job you guys should check out my blog http://kpsdaytonr.blogspot.co.nz

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  9. 17 Hi my name is Angel im from KawaKawa Primary im a Year 6.
    I really like you post of Waitangi. You have really good information. Maybe next time you could add some more pictures so people know what your talking about. Other than that very cool come check
    Out my blog
    http://kpsangelm.blogspot.co.nz

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  10. Kia ora my name is Raharuhi I go to Kawakawa Primary School.I really like your blog post about the treaty of waitangi. I like how you put good information about the treaty of waitangi. Next time you should put pictures in each slides.This is a good blog post keep it up if you would like to see my learning here is my blog address kpsraharuhip.blogspot.co.nz

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Thank you for your positive, thoughtful, helpful comments.