Saturday, 19 June 2010

KPE Episode 278: "No More Moas"

"No More Moas" by Duncan Scott is podcast by Cruz and Kayde from Room 17.
Through their podcast the boys share a lot of useful information about New Zealand birds and wildlife. They have used their artistic talents to include some animations in the podcast as well.
We know you will enjoy this one!
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24 comments:

  1. Amazing guy!! I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, AL in the U.S. I really enjoyed hearing about this book. I had never heard of Moas.

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  2. Hey guys this is Stephen and I am also from the University of South Alabama. I really love this type of podcast and I hope you guys keep it up! You did a great job.

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  4. Hello Kayde and Cruz. I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Dr. Strange's EDM 310 class. I loved your podcast. You did a great job. I love the illustrations that you used to tell your story and the frame by frame photographs. It was a great effect. Below are links to my blog and the class blog.

    My Blog

    EDM 310 Class Blog

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  5. What a great review. Your illustrations were outstanding and I really enjoyed your illustrations. The details of the book were interesting and I like how you left the ending out to motivate me to read it myself. I cannot leave out that I did not even know what a moa was. Thanks for teaching me something new. Below is the link to my blog.
    I am in the same class as the people who previously commented. I am excited about viewing more of your work.
    My Blog

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  6. Hello Kayde and Cruz! I am also a student from the University of South Alabama. I throughly enjoyed your podcast about "No More Moas". I also liked the creativity of your drawings. Keep up the good work!

    Erin

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  7. I am yet another student at University of South Alabama in the EDM310 class. Very nice post. How do you like using this technology in class? I am interested on hearing back from each of you. I can be reached through our Class Blog or My Blog.

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  8. I am from Dr. Strange's EDM310 class. I enjoyed your post, and love your accent. Ive never heard of a Moa. Very Interesting. James Marshall
    My blog<

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  9. Hey! I am a student in Dr. Strange's EDM310 Class at The University of South Alabama. I really enjoyed your story about Moas. I have never heard of them before! Great job on your illustrations also! Keep up the good work!!

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  10. Hey!I'm a student from Dr. Strange's EDM310 class in Mobile Alabama (USA). I enjoyed your podcast and actually learned a lot. I had never heard of Moas. I also like how you two work well together presenting the podcast. I'm glad you are using technology in your classroom. You two did a wonderful job!!

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  11. Hello Kayde and Cruz! My name is Maeghan Whitmire and I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. I enjoyed watching your post on "No More Moas". I also enjoyed your beautiful art work! Keep up the good work guys!

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  12. Hey! I am also apart of EDM 310. This was a great podcast to watch, you both did very well. I enjoyed the story and learned about a bird I never knew existed. Thank you for sharing and keep up the good work!!!

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  13. Hi, my name is Melissa Jones, and I am also a student in EDM 310 at the University of South Alabama. You two did an excellent job! The animations were cute. I am very impressed with your work.

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  14. Hi Cruz and Kayde. I am in Dr. Strange's EDM310 class at the University of South Alabama. The podcast was fantastic guys. Your images were very creative and I loved it! Great Job! Keep it up! Here are my links to my blog and the class blog.

    My Blog

    Class Blog

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  15. Hello Cruz and Kayde, my name is Nichole and I am also from Dr. Strange's class. I thought you did a great job on your podcast and I got to learn what a Moa is. Keep up the great work and if you would like to see what I'm learning about, click here.

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  16. Hi Cruz and Kayde great book review! I am a student at the University of South Alabama and I am in Dr. Strange's EDM 310 class. I have never heard of Moas, very interesting bird. I really enjoyed your music and personally drawn pictures, you guys are talented. Can't wait to see more!

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  17. I am in Dr. Strange's EDM310 class at the University of South Alabama. Your podcast very informative. I also enjoyed your photos and graphics throughout your podcast!

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  18. Hi Cruz and Kayde, my name is Crystal Rutherford and I'm in Dr. Strange's EDM310 class at University of South Alabama. I enjoyed watching your podcast. Very informative!

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  19. Hello my name is Sam Gates and I am also a student at the University of South Alabama. This was a very interesting story. The world is beginning to have more and more animals that are becoming extinct. It is sad to see that another one is being added to the long list. Great Job!

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  20. Hi Cruz and Kayde! I really enjoyed this podcast because it was very educational! How did you feel after making the podcast about "No More Moas"? What did you like the most about making this podcast? I look forward to hearing from both of you! You can answer/ask questions, or just leave a comment at my class blog.

    Great job! Keep it up!

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  21. Hey guys! I'm another one of the students from the USA. Did you ever think that your video could make you famous and that this many people would listen to your work. I think podcast are amazing because of how many far away people you can share things with. You did a great job and taught me something new. You guys are right. We have to respect other species even if they are annoying because many times we are invading their space and we must make it where we can all exist together.

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  22. Hi!!
    I am a student of Dr. Strange's EDM 310 class at the University of South Alabama in the United States. This was a great podcast with a ton of great information and wonderful animations to go along with it. Great job!

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  23. I loved the animated pictures that you added to the podcast! It was fun to listen to and to learn a little about Moas.

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  24. Thank you all very much for your comments and it is very very sad that all of our animals are dying. An I hope that there will be more animals that will be discovered and be shown in the zoo once again thank you for your comments and Bye


    Cruz

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