Friday, 30 June 2017
Thursday, 29 June 2017
If you could do the production again, what would you change or add and why?Well if I could do the production again I would want everyone to have their own part in the play and let everyone add something to the script. Overall I loved that everyone was happy and had a good time. I was one of the dance choreographers for this production. We had to come up with dance moves for three different songs. It was a lot of fun.
The hard part for me was at the end because I was one of the presenters. I had to memorize my part because Eden left so Mrs Sinclair had to make a last minute change and asked me If I wanted to do Edens part and I said yes.
The reason why it was hard was because I had a script to bring on stage but I lost it while I was getting changed so I had to go on stage and memorize it but lucky before I said anything Bethan ran on stage to give the script to me. Next time I could project my voice so the people at the back could here me. I was feeling scared but at the same time I was excited. The bit I loved the most in the production was the Tongan scene because everyone was smiling and so happy.
Thursday, 15 June 2017
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
The topic I have chosen is sailing. Back in the day when maori were alive they did not have big giant boats and cruises like we have now they had waka.
Waka is a boat carved from either tree or wood.
Maori people would call the small boat waka but pakea would call it canoe.
Well boats and cruises are so giant that they can hold millions of people. If you wanted to go on one of the boats it would be super expensive.
The materials the boats would need would be heavy metal, carbon fibre and many more heavy materials.
Well back in the day they had to use their hands to make things but now in our days we use factories. Back in the day they would take around one month to make their own waka but if we make one it would be ready in one day.