Relational Extended Abstract I can say 1-5 words about celebrations in te Reo Maori. With help, I can ask and answer several questions about celebrations, using te Reo Maori. I can ask and answer several questions about celebrations,using Te Reo Maori. I can ask and answer a range of questions about celebrations,using Te Reo Maori. I can teach others these questions and answers. In Te Reo this term I have been learning about using vocabulary around food (Kai) and celebrations (Ngā hākari) Here are some sentences, with english translation in brackets, that I can say confidently.He pai ki a koe ngā/te huarakau?- Do you like fruit? Ae, He pai ki ahau ngā/te huarakau. - I like fruit/the fruits Kaore He pai ki ahau ngā/te āporo - I don’t like applesHe pai ki a koe te/ngā tīhi? Do you like chees…
For reading I have been learning about adverbial clauses. I have found this learning quite challenging but later really easy because I didn't know what they were and the way it was explained in some videos and websites got me more confused of what they were.
In this activity, I had to find out what adverbial clauses and connectives were. Then I had to give them an example of it.
WALT: I can describe the characteristics of music from songs of a different time and place
Over the past 7 weeks I have been learning to describe the characteristics of music from songs of a different time and place
I can describe these characteristics in a piece of music - Melody, A bunch of notes that are played repetitively, (bits that get stuck in your head) - Harmony, A bunch of notes played together that play a sound - Rhythm, Repeated sounds that change pace and volume throughout the song, - Timbre, What makes the song unique - Form, How the song is put together Here is an example of my learning