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Thursday, 28 December 2017

This is my summer learning journey hope you enjoy!


Hi there, this is my first week of my summer learning journey. I think I have done well on it and the way I am going to post is all of my work is going to be on one slide presentation. So you have to go to the start of the week to see all the work I have done that week, I hope you enjoy bye and happy blogging ;)

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  1. Hi Dakota,

    My name's Ruby and I'm one of the people who will be blogging with you this summer as part of the Summer Learning Journey. Its great to see that you've been making a start on these activities. Well done!

    Week 1, Day 5: Good work with these activities! You've done a good job of translating those sentences. Could you answer the question 'No hea koe?' in Maori? It would be great to learn some more about you.
    I really like the questions you have listed to ask Bill Kini! It's great that you have thought about questions that can be answered with more than a yes or no. Great work!

    Week 2, Day 4: Great work summarising two events that occurred in WWII. It was a terrible war, wasn't it? There were so many terrible things happening, especially in Europe.
    Leonard Trent seems like a bit of a hero! How terrible that he spent time in a POW camp. Those were very dark places. I'm sometimes blown away that the war effected New Zealand so much. It seems like something that happened so long ago and so far away that we can forget the affect it had on our home.
    What a great imagination you have finishing that story! I'm sure all sorts of people were needed for all sorts of things! Because all the men were away at war, women were able to do jobs that were normally considered just for men. That was the beginning of women being able to join the workforce easily. Now, women can do whatever they want! Isn't that cool?!

    I look forward to reading more of your blog over summer.
    Cheers,
    Ruby.

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