Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Matariki

Matariki Myths

For the last 2 weeks we have been learning about Matariki. Some of us decided to retell a myth using wevideo. We watched other videos to get some tips on how to be a good narrator then we found pictures online and recorded our voice over. Some of us used special effects and some of us played audio tracks in the background.

15 comments:

  1. Bonjour, my name is Amie I am a student in Te Waka Ako at Waikowhai Primary School. I really like how you used wevideo to retell the myth. It made me think of when Te Waka Ako learned about Matariki and the myths ordering what the story has said. Have you thought about adding some facts about Matariki? If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://wpsamiem.blogspot.co.nz/. Amazing!
    From: Amie

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  2. Hi my name is saleh. I am from waikowhai primary school.I like video because you explained about matariki.

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  3. Hi there, my name is Qais and I am a student in room manukau at Waikowhai primary School. I really like the way you have told us what they do and how their strong. It made me think of once when I had to do that in my class like 1 year ago . Have you thought about showing us big pictures as each time you say who it is. If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://Qaiso. blogspot.co.nz.

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  4. Shalom, My name is Jerry From Te Waka Ako at Waikowhai Primary School. I like how you made A we video about Matariki. When I saw this it reminded me of the time when I was in a class that had names like tane mahuta. Maybe next time you could use some more details about tane mahuta? If you want to see my blog it is http://wpsjerryr.blogspot.co.nz/. From Jerry.

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  5. Hi there, my name is Faidhi from Te Waka Ako. I really like the videos about the myths about matariki, were awesome. It made me think about this video I watched in my chromebook, it was about 7 sisters who invaded a land, then they met men and the men really liked them. Then like about a long time, the girls weakened the men. After that, a men threw the sisters to the sky and they were matariki. Check out my blog, the link is here.
    http://wpsfaidhis.blogspot.co.nz/

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  6. Ni Hao room 2, my name is Dorothy and I am a student in Te Waka Ako at Waikowhai Pimary School. I really like how you used wevideo to retell the story of matariki. I like how you added in a short description to introduce what you are doing. Maybe next time you could add in some photos too. I was wondering if you checked if your images are copyright? If you have extra time, I would love it if you checked out my blog and my learning at http://wpsdorothyb.blogspot.co.nz/ .
    Thanks for sharing your learning with me!

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  8. Hi there, my name is Fadlan and I am a student in Te Waka Ako at Waikowhai Primary School. I really like the video of Matariki . It made me think of looking at Matariki last year. Have you thought about adding big pictures as each time you say who it is . If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://wpsfadlans.blogspot.co.nz.

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    1. Hello Fadlan My name is Faith and thank you for leaving a lovely comment behind. We are really happy to read a lot of comments that you leave behind. Please if you are happy or if you are free you can visit my blog @edhillfaithi.blogspot.co.nz

      Kind Regards
      Faith

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  9. Kia ora Room 2,
    Thank you for sharing your Matariki myths in a creative way. I really enjoyed watching your videos and am very impressed with your clear voices. Did you write a script first.
    Tania

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    1. Good Afternoon Tania,
      It's great to see you back again checking out our class blog. There are a lot of Matariki myths but everyone wanted to be creative and make up there own and present it in a very creative way. We used "Wevideo" a video editing site that you can use to edit and create videos. We definitely enjoyed making these videos and sharing them with you all... Maybe you should try out Wevideo it is a great way to present your ideas especially when talking about myths and legends... and no, we did not write down a script we wrote it along the way while creating our videos... We enjoy replying to your wonderful comments and we wish to do it all over again...

      Until your next comment...

      Arohanui Jada

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  10. Hi
    My Name Is Nehemiah and i like the way how you guy's get to know a lot about Matariki and i Hope you guy's get to know more and more about Matariki.

    Kind Regards
    Nehemiah

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  11. Hi my name is Rhumour
    And I like the way you added a lot of creativity to your music video and the way how you explained a lot information about Matariki.


    Kind regards Rhumour

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  12. Hi there, This look really cool, This intrested me because we done the same thing last term.

    Thanks,

    Jack.

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  13. Hi i am Jack from paroa school and think your matariki is good we did somthing just like it

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