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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Ngā Pātai mō te wiki 3

E aku nui, e aku rahi, e aku karangatanga maha, tēnā rā koutou katoa.

Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou tama mā i tautokohia tēnei kaupapa ipurangi o tātou ko 'Ngā Tama a Parorangi.

Ko ēnei ngā pātai o te wiki.

Whakapākehātia ēnei rerenga kōrero.

1. Kei te taha maui te turu i te tēpu.

2. Kei te taha matau te motoka i te whare.

3. Kei mua te tama i te pouaka.

4. Kei muri te pōro i te kāpata.

5. Kei waenganui ngā pukapuka i te tēpu.

Whakautua ēnei pātai.

6. Where does the saying 'Tihei Mauriora' come from? (clue: Hine-ahu-one)

7. Whats the difference between whakatauki and whakatauāki?

8. Give an example of a 'tauparapara'.

9. What is the poroporoaki (farewell) part of a whaikōrero?

10. What are things we do to whakanoa or cleanse ourselves after we have whaikōrero on the marae.

11. Make two comments on this site then go to your own site and make some changes to the template.

19 Comments:

Blogger Louise said...

Kia Ora Pa Nick,
I really like how you are working with your students through the blogs. I am a lecturer at Victoria Uni, working with emerging teachers and they often ask for examples of students interacting through blogs. If you don't mind, I will direct them to look in on what you are doing.
Your students may like the idea of putting counters on their blogs http://www.amazingcounters.com/ or maps to show where visitors are from(http://clustrmaps.com/counter/maps).- both freebee.
Keep up the great work!

9:32 PM  
Blogger Um Dat 1 wit da name said...

1.The seat is at the left side of the table.
2.The car is at the right side of the house.
3.The boy is infront of the box.
4.The ball is behind the cupboard.
5.The books are in the middle of the table.

6.When tane hongied the first woman she sneezed tihei.
7.One is a proveb that doesn't belong to any one and the other is one that blongs to a iwi.
8.Kia hiwara Kia hiwara.
9.No reira tena koutou tena koutou huri noa tena ra koutou katoa it is to thank evey one for istening to you.
10.We have a feed.

11:41 AM  
Blogger Te Pasu said...

1.The chair is on tyhe left side of the table
2.The car is inside the house
3.The boyt is inside the box
4.
5.The book is in the middle of the table
6.Tane brought Hinetitama to life she sneezed 'Tihei'!There was life
7.Whakatauke are proverbes that people use.
8.A mihi before the actual speech
9.Because you a talking to the dead in a way
10.We eat after that

11:46 AM  
Blogger Te Pasu said...

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11:46 AM  
Blogger Sam said...

(1)the seat is on the left side of the table.
(2) the car is on the write side of the house.
(3) the boy is in front of the box.
(4) the ball is behind the cupboard.
(5) the book is in the middle of the table.
(6) tane mahuta because he blew life in to hine ahu one the first human to live in maori terms.
(7) whakatauaki can be used by certain people and whakatauki is used by normal people.
(8) ka tangi te titi
ka tangi te kaka
ka tangi i hoki ahou
tehei mouriora.
(9) its when you farewell the mate (dead).
(10) we use cold water to clense our selves.

11:46 AM  
Blogger Um Dat 1 wit da name said...

Im making 2 blog comment things

11:47 AM  
Blogger Um Dat 1 wit da name said...

im making anther one

11:48 AM  
Blogger Neihana said...

1.the chair is on the left side
2.the car is on the right side of the house
3.the box is
4.the ball is in the cuboard
5.the book is in the middle of the table
6.tane brought hinetitama to life,and she also sneezed,"tihei",there was life.
7.a whakatauki is a finishing,and a whakatauAki is a specific iwi.(saying)
8.ka tangi te kiki, ka tangi te kaka,ka tangi hoki ahau.
tihei mauriora.
9.to get rid of those spirits hanging around the marae,
10. sprinkle water over you,say a short karakia,and hongi those other people.

11:48 AM  
Blogger bruce lee said...

1-the seat is on the left side of the table.
2-the car is on the right side of the house
3-the boy is in front of the box
4-the box is behind the cupboard
5-the book is in the middle of the table
6-when tane gave hine the breath of life
7-whakatauaki are proverbs that belong to iwi and the whakatauki can be used by anyone
8-taha wairua,taha tinana,taha hinengaro
9-you acknowledge the dead
10-wash our hands

11:48 AM  
Blogger bruce lee said...

my real name is bruce lee

11:49 AM  
Blogger bruce lee said...

i am x-perteez

11:50 AM  
Blogger Tawera said...

1. the chair is on the left of the table
2.the car is on the right side of the house
3.the boy is in front of the box
4.the ball is behind the carboard
5.the books are in the middle of the table
6.from when this man snizzed
7.a whakatauki is for everone.a whakatauaki belongs to differnt iwi
8.ka tangi te titi,ka tangi te kaka,ka tangi hoki ahau tihae mauri ora!

11:56 AM  
Blogger Tawera said...

1. the chair is on the left of the table
2.the car is on the right side of the house
3.the boy is in front of the box
4.the ball is behind the carboard
5.the books are in the middle of the table
6.from when this man snizzed
7.a whakatauki is for everone.a whakatauaki belongs to differnt iwi
8.ka tangi te titi,ka tangi te kaka,ka tangi hoki ahau tihae mauri ora!

11:56 AM  
Blogger Tyson said...

1. The chair on the left side of the table
2. The car is on the right side of the house
3. The boy is in front of the car
4. The ball is behind the cupboard
5. The book is in the middle of the table

6. When Tane brought Hine back to life
7. Whakatauki can be used by anyone and whakatauaki are proverbs belong to iwis
8. ka tangi te kiki, ka tangi te kaka, ka tangi hoki ahau
tihei mauriora
9. Its when you say goodbye to the dead
10. Dip your finger in water and do the sign of god, Matua, Tama, Wairua Tapu

12:01 PM  
Blogger Brandon said...

6) this saying comes from tane the son of papatuanuku when he made the first woman out of clay and breath life on her when he said Tihei the womans name was Hine-ahu-one.

7) the difference is that one is from your iwi or special person and the other is just a saying that people just know.

8)Tuhia ki te rangi
Tuhia ki te whenua
Tuhia ki te ngakau o nga tangata
Ko te mea nui
Ko te aroha
Tihei (wa) Mauri Ora!

9) the i dont know part or somethink like have a good trip homem speech hmmm.

10) you can wash your hands in water to cleance the sprits of you or you can go have a feed.

12:02 PM  
Blogger te kuini said...

kia ora matua. anei aku whakautu.

1. The seat is on the left side of the table.
2. The car is on the right side of the house.
3. The boy is in front of the box.
4. The ball is behind the cupboard.
5. The books are in the middle of the table.
6. Tihei means sneeze. Hineahuone sneezed when Tane made her come to life.
7. Whakatauaki - he piko he taniwha, he piko he taniwha (Waikato)
Whakatauki - ma pango ma whero ka oti te mahi.
8. Kohiri te manu, takiri ko te ata, ka ao, ka ao, ka awatea, Tihei Mauriora!
9. E nga mate, moe mai i te moengaroa.
10. Have a kai.

"E kore e neke te toka ahuru ko maunga Hikurangi".

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GOOO ON WHAEA!!!!!!!! KI AU MOEMOEA HOKI TE KUINI LOL NAH KIA ORA WHAEA

7:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello, Gosh MR... If you are going to sign on as me please at least get that last piece right eh!!!! Make me sound silly bey

10:55 AM  
Blogger Nikora Irimana said...

Mean whārangi nei! Where are all the answers?

6:47 AM  

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