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Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Migration

Riding in the back of the bus heading to the Auckland Museum which is filled  up with many Historical items.

Walking off  the  un-crowded bus where I can see the other school already parked. The boys(which included me)  headed with room 8 and caught up to Room 5 and the Room 7 girls.We sat down on the ground because all the girls sat on at right, Room 5 boys sat in the middle and the girls sat at the very left of the seats. Couple of minutes later we take of our heavy loaded bag and  dump it into the bag locker and head straight into  the stairs with the whole classroom and into a room with 3 head teachers.

While we were in there, we learnt more about our topic, Migration, what our grandpa and Grandma bought  with them.11 am ticks by and our lesson finishes we then head down the stairs and into the galleries where we find our instructor Frank and a other women. As we looked the map at the   of  the pacific. we were taught that in the pacific, there is 3 main group that divides the pacific.There is melanesia, Polynesia and Micronesia. As we headed to the activity I was thinking about the first waka's who made it to Tamaki Makaurau(Auckland but in Maori.)Could they ever sail again. As we headed back to have lunch the history I have  learnt about migration was  skeptical. I wish I should learn more.   As we headed into free time my group included Bianca, Eric, Sa Kae and her mum. We went through many exhibition like the Volcanoes, American History and much more. In the Volcanoes, you could relive what  happened in a home if a volcano erupted. As you head into the American history, they are filled with guns that were used in all they had participated in but again it was the greatest moment of 2014

1 comment:

M Miller said...

It was a very busy day! What was your favourite thing?

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