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“Māra,” by Moira Wairama

During the last week of term, I introduced many of my E.S.O.L. students to “Māra,” a poem published in Issue 52 of the New Zealand Junior Journal, a journal of writing geared towards students working in level 2 of The New Zealand Curriculum. 525 more words

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Week 8 Blog Work

  1. Select one of the examples of a representation of poverty or wealth in Aotearoa New Zealand in Dr. Greg Gilbert’s lecture. Upload an image of this example to your blog.
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New Zealand History

Week 8 Blog Tasks

  1. Select one of the examples of a representation of poverty or wealth in Aotearoa New Zealand in Dr. Greg Gilbert’s lecture. Upload an image of this example to your blog.
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Assessment Two

Easily my favourite "Roar" cover

I don’t miss New Zealand. I like concrete and cities and history and unfriendly people, which is why I took to London so completely.

There are certain things I miss, like family, Sparkling Duet, and awnings that protect the footpaths from rain while you shop.  165 more words

London

Biculturalism in Aotearoa

“We got lots of internationals here, eh?”

We, over 100 college students devoting the weekend to volunteering in the Akaroa community, stood at the gate of the Ōnuku Marae – women in the front, men behind, awaiting the Pōwhiri welcoming ceremony. 1,703 more words

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Te Rerenga Kōrero – Eke panuku!

Kia ora. To encourage the use of Te Reo Māori Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori – The Māori Language Commission publish weekly Māori phrases that can be used to support or cheer someone on. 43 more words

New Zealand

Am I Mexican?

Canadians are universally lovely, so you have to collect a few of them. You should also keep at least one New Yorker in your circle because they’ll be able to deal with conflict at the Post Office, should it occur. 439 more words

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