Sunday, March 13, 2016

Student's Pepeha



This term the students have been learning to say their Pepeha in Maori.  Enjoy!

58 comments:

  1. Tēnā Kōrua
    Ko Rangitiki te waka
    Ko Ngati Pakeha te iwi
    Ko Manaia te maunga
    Ko Hatea te awa
    Nō Tai Tokerau ahau
    Ko Nina tōku māmā
    Ko Peter tōku pāpā
    Ko Scott tōku Tāne
    Ko Kesia taku tamāhine
    Ko Jordan taku tamatāne
    Ko Tania ahau
    Ka nui te mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa.
    Thanks for sharing your Pepeha girls. You both sound very clear and confident. I really like that I can hear it, not just read it, it makes it more meaningful and very powerful!
    Tania

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  2. Thank you Tania for sharing your Pepeha, can you please confirm what Tamahine and Tamatane means? Thank you, Supina

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    1. Tamahine is my daughter - Kesia and Tamatane is my son - Jordan. You may find the māori word for son/daughter is different for different tribes/iwi. Do you know if it is the same in Auckland?

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  3. Beautiful! Kirsten and Biqi you have really clear, confident voices. I could understand every word you said!

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  4. Beautiful! Kirsten and Biqi you have really clear, confident voices. I could understand every word you said!

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  5. Really good girls. You guys spoke well in the audio it was very clear and easy to understand you guys are very creative.

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  6. Really good girls. You guys spoke well in the audio it was very clear and easy to understand you guys are very creative.

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  7. Really well done girls I like the way you have a clear voice

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  8. That was a great Pepeha, I really like the self portrait I cant wait to do my own Pepeha.

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  9. Well done you two, I really like the way you used your portrait Biqi and nice clear voice Kirsten. I love both of your presentations.

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  11. Exclusive work Biqi and Kirsten
    You sound really confident
    I like how you wear really clear
    Regards Ridhi

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  12. Well done I really liked how I could hear your voices and I like how it was done.

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  13. I like your pepeha because you have a lovely voice.

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  14. Well done Girls I liked how you learned it off by heart.
    Great work Kristen and Biqi

    Lucy

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  15. Nice job Biqi. I liked the way you have a nice clear and loud voice and you pronounced it well. ;)

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  16. I like your pepeha because you have a lovely voice.

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  17. I really like it I hope you girls are proud of your work and I loved it Biqi's was artistic and Kirsten's was more her but anyways I loved that they were proud and loud so that I could hear them more better.
    Marica

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  18. Great job Kirsten! I like your loud and confident voice, Thank you for sharing! :)

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  19. great work both of you I really liked the way you both had a clear voice and very nice.

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  20. Great effort Biqi . I really liked the way you used
    a loud and clear voice

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  21. Well done girls I really like the photos to go with your pepeha so we know who you are. I hope you are proud of your work. what was the hardest word to say in the pepeha???

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  22. Well done Tania for doing your Pepeha in Moari to us. I like how you used lots of Moari words. what does tamahine means.

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    1. Thanks Cole. Tamahine is 'my daughter'.
      Tania

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  23. i like the way your voice was clear

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  24. Good job I like your guys pepeha you spoke loud and clear.

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  25. Great job I liked it`because it was nice and clear.

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  26. I like your pepeha and the way you presented it.
    By naimah
    room 8 Christ the king school

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  27. Good job i really like your pepeha.i like how you said it carefully and clear.
    By Laa
    room 8 Christ the king school

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  28. Good job i really like your pepeha.i like how you said it carefully and clear.
    By Laa
    room 8 Christ the king school

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  29. Hi I am Isaiah I am from Christ the king my class is room 8 and i'm year 5.I like how you said your pepeha confidentially and didn't mess up anything great job guys.

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  30. Hi I am Joshua C. I am in Room 8 and I am Year 6. I am from Christ the king. I like how you did your pepeha confidently and I also like how you spoke nice and clear. Here is my blog http://ctkjoshuac.blogspot.co.nz. Keep it up!

    By:Joshua C

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  31. Hi I am Melianna. I an in room 8 at Christ The King School and I am a year 6. I love how you posted a pepeha. Keep up the good work.
    http://ctkmeliannaat.blogspot.co.nz/

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  32. Hi I am Paige from Christ the King school in Rm 8. I really like how you presented your Pepeha and how you said to really clearly. Great job on your Pepeha.

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    1. Please check my blog to comment on my posts. Just press Paige.

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  33. Hi I am Melianna. I an in room 8 at Christ The King School and I am a year 6. I love how you posted a pepeha. Keep up the good work.
    http://ctkmeliannaat.blogspot.co.nz/

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  34. Hi! my name is Sayonara I am from Christ the king I am in room 8 and I'm a year 6. Nice work on you'er pepeha

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  35. Hi my name is Joshua I go to Christ The King in Mt Albert.I like your pepeha because it was clear and your pronunciation was good.
    Keep up the good work.;)

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  36. Hi my name is Talia I really like your mouri work were doing mouri at our school at the moment and i'm really enjoying it

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  37. Hello my name is levi i like that your really good at maori We are learning maori to we are very good so are you

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  38. hello my name is tyson i like your maori we are doing it at our school we are good at it so are you

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  39. Hi my name is Rykin. I go South Hornby School. I enjoyed your pepehe because It was clear and the pronunciation was good. Next time I thing you should put the words on the screen so some people can see what your talking about. Keep up the great work.

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  40. hi my name is callum.I like maori we also get taught maori at our school.
    You are really good at maori

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  42. Well done Kirsten and Biqi :) i think you pronounced it well. - mum

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  43. wow that was exsilent good pronouncing in the moari ko nikora toku ingoa

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  44. Hi I am Laa. I am in room 8 at Christ The King School and I am a year 6. I love how you and the people in your school posted a pepeha. Keep up the great work!!

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  45. Hi I am Lauren from Christ the School.I love how you spoke really clearly

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  46. Hi I am Lauren from Christ the School.I love how you spoke really clearly

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  47. Hi I am Lily from Christ the King School in Room 6. I really like the way you presented you Pepeha. Keep the good work up!

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  48. Hi I am Lily from Christ the King School in Room 6. I really like the way you presented you Pepeha. Keep the good work up!

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  53. I am Ronan from Christ The King I like how you presented your presentaion

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  54. Hi I'm Copeland And I think your pepeha is really good And Keep It Up

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  55. Hi My name is vincent and i am from christ the king catholic school and i really like your pepeha but next time can you speak louder

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