Saturday, August 30, 2014

Cultures in Class 10!

My family is from Auckland New Zealand. In my Maori culture we eat different food like hangi and many more. And the clothes that we were are piupiu. - Dezarae
Putting down a hāngi

 My family is from Samoa.  In my culture we climb up coconut trees to get some refreshments.  Sometimes when we feel like we need to cool down even more we go down to the beach where it is nice and clean you can even see the fish and crabs. Our crabs are big you could feed like I think about around seven people. When we go out we wear lava lava’s and shorts because it’s too HOT their. Sometimes when I go to my Aunt's house i play with my cousin and we also have a lot of   delicious things to eat. - Heather

My family and I is from Bangladesh. In my culture we celebrate something called Ead it is when girls and boys gets to show of their new clothes. My favorite part is when adults give money to kids, after that it will be our decision to save it or waste it.  What would you do with the money?
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My country is Aotearoa. I am Maori, my family loves boil up and hangi. My favourite Maori food is stuffing with chicken and mashed potatoes. My family loves to play with poi’s and make beats. Are you good at playing with poi’s can you beat me? - Omari

In my own culture we have to eat Tongan food and sometimes my dad bakes us some Moa. My  family is from Tonga and we can eat Tongan food. I like fish and talo. Lanzie

Samoa is a nice cooling place to be. Sometimes we do spearfishing in the shallow waters. In Samoa we do like swimming in the water and it is so clear to swim in.

Did you know that  at Samoan people there like to eatall kinds of food, like chicken, shrimps, oysters and other kinds of food? IsaacTonga/Samoa Feb 2009

My family is from Samoa and we love to wear lavalava to birthdays ,weddings and funerals. In my culture we love to climb trees to get some banana and coconut to eat for our family during the morning.What culture are you from and what do you and your family like to do?  Revival 
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My Family is Culture is Muslim. In My Culture When they turn ten years old they gold they bracelets, necklaces, earings. In my culture when girls turn ten years old they have to wear head scarf. Alisha

All-India Muslim League

My family is from Auckland , New Zealand. We mostly  eat  seafood. Did you know when it is a special welcome the Maori people  do a powhiri and a haka.  Waimaria

Magle by Rima

Rima magle from Team 4 Pes on Vimeo.
This is a game that I invented please enjoy!!!

The commonwealth event that was made five weeks ago, was invented by  Rima. As you all know the event is called marble golf or magel. My Event is golf but I used marbles instead and my fingers instead of the golf sticks. The aim of the game is to get all your marbles inside the hole.

You will need two marbles for each person. You will also need to make a hole in the ground. It has to be held in a field or a place that has grass, so that you can make a hole. If it is held on concrete the game  will be different.

There can be two players or more but if there are two the game will end fast and you will also have fun. The rules are to have fun no cheating and you can't get the players marbles in unless you finish yours. And if you do you will be out.

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100 Commemoration of the World War 1 by Talita

World War 1

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Franz Ferdinand was shot by a crazy man, he was in his car with his wife at this time. Lots of people mostly soldiers were going for the crazy man and lots of people were going for Franz Ferdinand. This is how the war began.
That shot was called "the shot that echoed around the world”. It was a really sad shot, but our soldiers fought in the war for us. 

For us to remember there is a saying it’s "lest we forget". We must remember people who fought for our country.

The troops of New Zealand and of Australian were called ANZAC's. We wear poppy to remember them. Some of the names are written on the wall in the Auckland museum. I know one of them, he was my Papa.
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Shanghai, China by Talita

We have been learning how to use the text we have been reading and other websites help us gather information about a city or country. In my group in class, we are learning about Shanghai,China.

What is Culture? Dictagloss by Alisha

Culture's are what makes countries unique.Each countries has different activities culture rituals Culture are seen in  writing, religion, music, clothes, cooking and in what they do.

Culture also includes how people understand the world and their own life. Different Countries have different cultures.

My Family is Culture is Muslim. In My Culture When they turn ten years old they gold they bracelets, necklaces, earings. In my culture when girls turn ten years old they have to wear head scarf.

All-India Muslim League

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Football Shooting by Christian

Christian - Football shooting from Team 4 Pes on Vimeo.

Football shooting was made in 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand. It was Made by a child called ‘Christian Lilo' and he goes to Point  England School. The aim of the game is the shoot the football into the red dot on the Target.

The equipment you need is a football and a target to shoot too. The game is meant to be play outdoors.

Football shooting is played by one player.The player only gets to have five turns. If the player is aiming on someone OR something and not the target, then the player is disqualified no second chances no nothing just disqualified!

What is Culture? by Vinolia

What is Culture?
Cultures are what make countries unique. Each country has different cultural activities and cultural rituals. Culture is seen in peoples  writing, religion, music, clothes, cooking and what they do.

Culture also includes the way people understand the world and their own lives. Different countries have different culture’s. For example, some older japanese people wear kimonos,  arranging flower in vases and have tea siromoni.

My family is from Tonga. In my culture we eat pig and that is my favorite culture food. Sometimes when we have special things like a wedding we wear a special tapa mat, that is about your body size and then we put oil on our skin to make it shine. Once we are done getting ready the girls go to the dancing area. Then, once the music plays then we dance. And that is one of the dance for the girls it is called the tau'olunga.