Monday, 19 January 2009

KPE Episode 209: "The Secret of Kiribu Tapu Lagoon"

"The Secret of Kiribu Tapu Lagoon" by Tandi Jackson.
This book is reviewed by Caprice and Simone. They explain to us about the meaning of 'Tapu' and about the setting of this book, beautiful Vanuatu. As well as describing an exciting adventure story the girls talk about some of the cultural ideas in this story. They are well qualified to do this as their movie about 'Preserving Culture' won them the best primary school movie award in the KWN film making competition in 2008.
Have a listen to their podcast, check out their KWN movie, and let them know what you think.
And best wishes to Simone and Caprice as they leave Pt England School and head to other schools for Year 7 in 2009
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5 comments:

  1. Hi Simone and Caprice

    Great podcast girls! I'm glad you chose to podcast this book, especially since you both know so much about Maori and Pacific Island Culture.

    All the best at Intermediate school this year!

    Mrs Lagitupu

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  2. Hi Simone and Caprice,
    Wow!!!What a great story!Mele was pretty greedy!He really did deserve that punishment.Well that's all for now, good luck at intermediate and your future



    From Angela and Toreka (:

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  3. Hello its beni i am puting comments on podcastes. me and jacob has a podcast on the blog we were taking about midnight littleing by

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  4. Another fantastic podcast girls. You have become very proficient readers and you make your podcasts sound like interesting conversations between two people who really enjoy what they have read. Well done.
    I hope your new schools are fun!
    Mrs Burt

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  5. Hi Pt England,

    I am a teacher in Wellington. I came and visited your school last year.

    I have just watched a little Recycling videoclip someone at your school made and have been enjoying your podcasts. Keep up the great work.


    Stephen Eames
    Muritai School

    Learning Log - http://rm23learninglog.blogspot.com/
    Enviroblog - http://muritaienviro.blogspot.com/

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