- Author By pesevem
- Publication date April 13, 2023
- Categories: Hanga | Create
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This week we are learning about fiafia and I have finished four facts all about it I hope you enjoy.
Task Description:Today I have finally finished my project I am tongan and samoan my pepeha will tell you a little bit about myself in Tongan my intensions for this term was to be able to finish my projet and be able to add detail to my project this has rose my confidence and I hope you Enjoy!!!
Today I have completed a camp Math solving Presentation ENJOY.
Today I am setting my goals for camp enjoy.
Today I had to do an activity all about different punctuation.ENJOY!!!
Highlight the correct answer, or type in what you think is correct.
Did this prophecy come true? Explain.
→It was 50-50 because they didn’t really know at first.
→He was an interpreter and Guide of the Endeavor.
|WORD||DEFINITION||YOUR OWN SENTENCE|
|interpreter||A person who interprets,especially,one who translates speech orally or into sign language.||I’d like to have a Japanese interpreter.|
|diplomat||a person who can deal with others in a sensitive and tactful way.||The president will be meeting with foreign diplomats.|
|indigenous||inhabiting or existing in a land from the earliest times or from before the arrival of colonists.||The park is also a home to indigenous tribes.|
→ They were important in all areas of life. Hoe waka were used to paddle waka, and waka had many different uses.
→ The top hoe (paddle) is a steering paddle, or hoe whakatere. The hoe in the middle is from the Waikato tribe. The hoe at the bottom is also from Waikato, although the design was common throughout New Zealand.
Mātauranga Māori will articulate and include both physical and non-physical values (such as mahinga kai species, swimmability, sense of place, identity and relationships, and wai tapu) and the positive and negative influences of these values.
Hoe waka were valued for a number of reasons. They were important in all areas of life. Hoe waka were used to paddle waka, and waka had many different uses. They were used for collecting and transporting food such as fish and kūmar
→ How we can learn for future generations is maybe we can pass it down to the next generation and next and so on or Maybe we could get everyone to know about this and share it around the whole world.