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Superheroes

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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Tuhuru marae


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Activity One:
REFLECTION ON MY POWHIRI EXPERIENCE


What did you see? Children talking and having a good time .

What did you hear? I  heard the trees swaying and the bushes .
How did you feel? i felt the squishy grass in my feet it was nice .
What did you expect? i expected to be such a long drive to  the marae it was 25 minutes to the
marae.

What surprised you? Soooooooo much unbrels in the sky .

What took you out of your comfort zone? all the cool patterns on the statue .

What did you learn? some more maouri stories.


List the order of events as best as you can about the pōwhiri and what you saw people doing.
People welcoming us to make us feel welcomed to the marare. Going in to the  marae and taking a
seat and talking the maori vision of the talking first then talking our vision. Then having food and
having play time. Then introducing ourselves and touching the stachues they felt smooth on your
hands.


Activity Two:
FEATURES OF SIGNIFICANCE
Below are some photos of Tuhuru.  Listen to the tangata whenua talk about features that
are significant to them.  Label the relevant pictures with information you have learnt.
  
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they were waiting gates for the visitors.




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What do you remember about the carvings
they were very soft  and they were made out of wood
wd and greenstones.
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can you  tell me about the marae

TIKANGA AT THE MARAE
Every marae has protocols and rules that you must follow while you are there.  Listen to the
tangata whenua and write down the rules that you are to follow while you are at Tuhuru.  Present
it as a poster on this page:
YOU MUST:
(Me pēhea) take off your shoes when you go
the wharenui.
you can play in the grass.
you need to get shoes you cant wear jandals
on the trip.
you must not have more than 3 pieces of food
in a serve.
















DON’T:
(Kaua) don't go by the flax because
it's the maori treasure and dont push in to the
front of the line.
Dont pull out the green stones in the carings they
want them to last for a long time.















Final Activity:


Write a reflection on your day spent at Tuhuru Marae.  What have you learnt?
What did you enjoy the most? What was a challenge?  Do you feel that you know a little more
about Te Ao Maori? What are you most proud of doing today?  Is there anything that you now
want to learn more about? I leant a lot more about mouri when i went to the marea. I enjoyed the
carrot cake it was delicious.  I was not trying not to get bored in the car.