Monday, 21 November 2016

Natural Disasters Mapping Activity

10 comments:

  1. Kia Ora M3 It's Caitlyn K here. Well done on your Natural Disasters You guys sound like you have been really busy great job M3 and very well done. (Noho Ora Mai) Bye From Caitlyn K.

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  2. Typhoons! Such a cool word. I'm interested to see what develops on this mapping activity.

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  3. Hi my name is Akesa,
    I really enjoyed your natural disasters you guys have done well, keep up the great effete.

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  4. Talofa Lava from Saint Patrick's School,
    this sounds like a really good idea to organize your learning on natural disasters and your mapping activity. Keep up the awesome work!

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  5. it was inspiring i liked the map of japan.

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  6. Hi Grey Main,
    My name is Shivay from Saint Patrick's School Panmure, I really liked your DLO on natural disasters, you have taught me a lot about natural disasters when I read your work!
    Well Done!
    - Shivay

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  7. Kia Ora, my name is Ace from St Patrick's School. I thought you guys did a great job on mapping the natural disasters located around the world. I'm sure you guys exerted heaps of your energy and time creating this map. Keep up the great work!

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  9. Kia Ora, this is Xyril from St. Patrick's School, Panmure.
    I really like how you thought of marking the places that had the most natural disasters.
    I also like how you explained how it happened.
    It would be great next time if you could add more detail about how volcanic eruptions work.

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  10. Kia Ora, my name is Kyle,
    I really enjoyed reading your natural disasters especially you mapping of it. Keep up the great Work!

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