Thursday, February 1, 2018

The Treaty of Waitangi

Today we learnt about the Treaty of Waitangi.

Here is what we learnt.


Please share with us below in the comments what you have learnt from our video!


17 comments:

  1. Well done Room 7, I am impressed! you know so much about the treaty! Remember to turn on your T.V. on Waitangi day to watch the real celebrations!

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  2. Hi Room 7,
    thank you for making this video about the Treaty of Waitangi. I didn't know that there was 200 copies made! That's a lot!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Hi room7 I've learnt that the Treaty was made in 1940

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  4. HI room 7.
    i really like that you put a lot into this and i learnt that the 3 principles are justie,good faith and sovereignty.
    thank you for wonderful ideas of treaty of waitangi.

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  5. Hi room 7 I learned that hobson came from london to New Zealand.

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  6. Hi Room 7,
    I learnt that British autorites had bought most of the land of New Zealand.

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  7. hi room 7
    nice information of the treaty of witangy. you no alot of information of the treaty.

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  8. Hi Room 7,
    thank you for making this video because i learnt alot from it. i didn't know that there were 9 copies of the treaty in maori and 1 in english.
    GOOD JOB!

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  9. Hi Room 7, great work, you guys are awesome. great info of treaty of Waitangi. keep up the good work

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  10. Hi Room 7.
    we have a lot of the Treaty of Waitangi Thank you miss Ashley for teaching us a lot of waitangi stuff.
    Well done.

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  11. i learnt that the Treaty was a deal between Maoris and Pakehas.

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  12. Hi room 7, this really good that you know lots about treaty of waitangi and nice work room 7

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  13. Kia orana Room 7 i love how you know so much about the treaty.

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  14. Hi Room 7.
    we have a lot of the Treaty of Waitangi Thank you miss Ashley for teaching us a lot of waitangi stuff.
    Well done.

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  15. I learnt that hobson buyed a lot of land from New Zealand just for some gut because when the maori people had to fight the with guns they would lose and the did not know how much it was worth.good job and keep it up

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  16. Hi room 7,
    I've learnt that hobson and his son translated the treaty in maori

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