Saturday, 21 May 2016

Mihi Mahi

Kia ora

Earlier this year Ruma Tahi created visual mihi. We have had these linked to our learning site and now we would like to share them through our blog site. Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa. "Let us keep close together, not far apart".



Click on the link to listen to or view our mihi.
Learning Languages: WALT Compare and contrast cultural practices.
Social Science WALT  Understand how people pass on and sustain culture and heritage for different reasons and that this has consequences for people.
Success Criteria: We can show that we understand the purpose of mihi  and how it connects to our whakapapa/family tree. We have developed our sense of self and place.  We have built on our pronunciation skills.

37 comments:

  1. Hi Ruma Tahi, I love those mihis!! They are very descriptive
    and interesting but next time maybe you could put real name of all of them on the link? We did them at our school to!!!

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    1. Kia ora Matthew R
      I really enjoyed your mihi, it was well represented and no mistakes were made.

      In our school we too are doing our mihi. Some of them were presented last Friday to our school Assembly.

      Maybe next time you could slow down a little bit. But a very excellent and well made mihi.

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  2. Kia ora Matthew R
    I really enjoyed your mihi, it was well represented and no mistakes were made.

    In our school we too are doing our mihi. Some of them were presented last Friday to our school Assembly.

    Maybe next time you could slow down a little bit. But a very excellent and well made mihi.

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  3. Kia ora Kieran I really like all of the colours on all of your slides they really made it stand out. I’ve made my mihi too and a visual one too. I think next time you can work on all of your pronunciation of some of the words but other then that it was really good.

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  4. Sup Madison. My name is Losalia and I like the way you did your mihi . I like all the photo’s you put on.I like the photo’s that you put on because I could tell your river and your mountain.

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  5. Kia ora Kieran, I really like the way you did your mihi with your family photos. Next time you could speak up a bit more because I couldn't hear much and I really like the way you added photos of where you were born and the nearest river.

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  6. Kia ora Matthew R. I really like the effort you have put into your mihi because you look like you were prepared and ready to do it. Maybe next time you could slow down so we can hear you more clearly. We are doing our visual mihi right now and I enjoy doing it.

    From Lachlan St Patrick’s School

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  7. I like your mihe Jack.It kept me hooked in,but next time I think it would be great to show you in it. Ok Jack? It is cool Jack.from Aiden scattrgood

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  8. Kia ora, my name is Kaius from Saint Patrickś. Good job on the mihis, they look
    Interesting and they sound awesome. We are also learning our mihis.

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  9. Hi Kade. My name is Josh. I really like way you keep the flow going. I like the way you presented it with all the photos. The photos explained it. I recognised all the image that you put on your slide show.

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  10. Kia ora, my name is Kaius from Saint Patrickś. Good job on the mihis, they look
    Interesting and they sound awesome. We are also learning our mihis.

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  11. Hello Kieran, I really like your mihi, it's great you didn’t even make any mistakes. We are doing our mihis here at Saint Patrick's too. Maybe next time you could speak a bit louder because it was hard to hear.
    From Lexie.

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  12. Kia ora Kieran. I like the way you used adventurous
    pictures and maybe next time you could try adding more detail into the pictures. I would love to see that.

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  13. Hello Kieran, I really like your mihi, it's great you didn’t even make any mistakes. We are doing our mihis here at Saint Patrick's too. Maybe next time you could speak a bit louder because it was hard to hear.
    From Lexie.
    Hello Kieran, I really like your mihi, it's great you didn’t even make any mistakes. We are doing our mihis here at Saint Patrick's too. Maybe next time you could speak a bit louder because it was hard to hear.
    From Lexie.

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  14. Hello Kieran, I really like your mihi, it's great you didn’t even make any mistakes. We are doing our mihis here at Saint Patrick's too. Maybe next time you could speak a bit louder because it was hard to hear.
    From Lexie.

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  15. Hi Ruma Tahi , my name is Maya I really like your mihi you should do a presentation in front the school about your mihi . I was very proud to see what you wrote..

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  16. To Jack
    Kia ora, my name is Neve I liked the way you set your mihi up but maybe next time you could say it a little slower because I couldn’t hear all of the words. In my class we are doing mihi too. I don’t like mine because it is long but is good because I can learn maori words.

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  17. Kia ora koutou Kieran, My name is Lofa, do you remember me? I like the way you used lots of colors and said your mihi clearly. Maybe next time you could change the text and the color of the text to another color so that it is easier to read.

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  18. Hi my name is Alex and I am from St Patrick's School and I liked how you had the mihi’s linked like that and the mihi’s were good. Great job Ruma Tahi

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  19. Kia ora Kieran. I like the way you used adventurous
    pictures and maybe next time you could try adding more detail into the pictures. I would love to see that.

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  20. Kia ora

    Thank you for your feedback this will help me for next time.Yes, I do remember you Lofa I remember all of you.


    Regards Kieran

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  21. i really liked your mihi well done

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  22. Hi Ruma tahi. Cool mihis. I think you told them with pride. Maybe you could film yourself saying it so we know what you look like.

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  23. kia ora my name is berlin i love the why you guys used sceencastify you guys sounded very confident and proud . maybe next time you could add your school mihi if you have one keep up the good confident work :) !

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  24. kia ora
    Hi Bradley your mihi was great,from your voice i could understand that you are a brave and confident person.
    GOOD JOB!!!!

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  25. Kia ora

    I really like your mihis. I think that they are cool. Do you guys do garden to table?

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  26. You all have great Mihi's.
    there are some mistakes but they are still really really good.
    by Poppy

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  27. Hi I like the way you guy's set it out maybe next ti,me you could speak a bit clearly so we can hear you. I like the way you put pitchers in so we now what you are saying. was it hard to film it so we could see what you where saying.

    From Amy

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  28. Hi there those mihi’s look awesome we did something like that at my school but next time can you share the slideshows to the world, some of your slides were not visible.

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  29. Kia ora Saint Patrick's School.


    Thanks you for your helpful comments, now I can learn off you. I am looking forward to seeing more work on your blog.


    Kieran Karoro School.

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  30. Hi my name is Kaia and I got to Paroa School.
    I like all of your guys mihi's. You guys are really good at pronouncing all of the words good job

    Check Out My Blog http://kaiab7.blogspot.co.nz/
    Bye

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  31. Kia ora Ruma Tahi,
    I am from hay park school, I am a year 6 girl,I really love your mahi that you have done, do you know any other mahi, if you do, I would love to hear it. Did you know that a mahi is important to New Zealanders, I know a mahi. I would love to say it in front of your school, but I can't because you guys live far away. Well it's is nice talking with you all, catch you up later.

    See ya.

    By Lanuola.Gibbons

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    1. Kia ora Lanuola
      Thank you for your comment on our class mihi. If you work with your teacher using a programme called "Screencastify" then you would be able to share your mihi with us online. We would love to hear that.

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    2. Kia ora Lanuola
      Thank you for your comment on our class mihi. If you work with your teacher using a programme called "Screencastify" then you would be able to share your mihi with us online. We would love to hear that.

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  32. ان ثقافة غسيل خزانات بالمدينة المنورة بصورة مستمرة و دورية هي ضرورية جدا للحفاظ عليها من كافة الرواسب الخطيرة والبكتيريا والطفيليات التي تعيش بداخل المياه ،
    شركة تنظيف خزانات بالمدينة المنورة
    و كما أسلفنا الذكر فإن هناك العديد من المشاكل المترتبة على ترك الخزانات دون تنظيف وبشكل دوري ، ان شركة تنظيف خزانات بالمدينة المنورة تقدم لك تلك الخدمة الضرورية لحمايتك أولا والحفاظ على صحتك وصحة عائلتك حريصون على استخدام كافة الوسائل والأساليب العلمية الحديثة والتي نضعها تحت التطوير دائما لترك خزانك نظيفا ومستعدا لاستقبال المياه و تقوم تنظيف خزانات بالمدينة المنورة أيضا بخدمات اضافية مهمة لك وتعتبر أساسية لضمان النظافة المرغوبة .شركة تنظيف خزانات متخصصون أيضا في رش مبيدات بالمدينة المنورة ، و مكافحة حشرات بالمندينة المنورة ، و تلك الخدمات
    غسيل خزانات بالمدينة المنورة
    وبالإضافة لخدمة غسيل خزانات بالمدينة المنورة ستشكل درع حماية ضد كافة أنواع الحشرات و الأمراض و الجراثيم و البكتيريا التي يمكنها مهاجمة خزانك أو بيتك أو منشأتك.

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