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Piki mai, kake mai!




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Get ready

1
Read the question: "What is the ultimate holiday destination?". Write down the determiner, the adjective and the noun.

Determiner: 
Adjective: 
Noun: 

2
Drag the right word to reformulate the question.

    I have to say which country in the world is the 
    place to 
    .

    3
    Brainstorm from the title of the chapter.

    Describe the house.
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    Piki Mai, Kake Mai
    Concentrate on the surroundings.
    Guess what “Piki Mai, Kake Mai” means.



    4
    Check with this table what you already know.

    Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
    describe your feelings? I am
    I feel
    make recommendations? You should
    You shouldn't
    recount past events? During the holidays,
    Last year,
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    Exercice 2 : Observe and listen

    1
    Match the letters on the picture with the following Maori words.

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      a
      b
      c
      d
      e
      f
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      2
      Listen to the audio guide and choose the best answer to complete the sentences. Justify your choice.
      The audio guide to the photograph

      a) The haka war dance is a display of the tribe’s (hostility / strength / pride).


      b) Now, the haka war dance is part of New Zealand’s (past / culture / habit).
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      3
      Who wears a cloak in a Maori tribe? Look at the picture again to guess the answer.



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      Let’s have fun

      1
      Listen to the poem and repeat it.
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      2
      Find these words in the first stanza of the poem.

      a) /dɑːnst/ →
      b) /geɪts/ →
      c) /wɔː/ →
      d) /ˈgɑːdn/ →
      e) /əm/ →
      f) /bɪˈjɒnd/ →
      g) /ˈfɒləʊd/ →
      h) /gɒd/ →

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      Apirana Taylor, “Taiaha haka”

      Poem : "Taiaha haka" by Apirana Taylor

      I am te-ngau-reka-a-tu

      I once danced with killers

      who followed the War God

      beyond the gates of hell

      to kill in the gardens of pleasure.