Saturday, March 29, 2014

Puia Hangi

Puia Hangi, School Journal Part 3 Number 3, 2001

WALT - Discuss and analyse a text.

Success Criteria - I can discuss and find information in the text that supports my answers and discussions.
I can analyse and look for clues in the text to make my own decisions and conclusions about it.

Answer the following questions in red:

Who was the article written by? For what reasons did these people write this article, instead of a writer?
It is by Henarate Hem and the children of room 8 because they cooking something In real life
Referring to the image and title of the article, what do you think it is about?
It about Henarate Hem and the children of room 8 that are cooking Puia Hangi.
Where is the article set?
At the end of Lake Taupo
What is a settlement? Tell me two things about a settlement.
it is called Tokaanu. It is in the middle of a geothermal area that includes hot geysers, puia {hot water}, and bubbling mud pool.
What are the children studying at school? What do you know about this topic?
I know that room 8 are cooking a Hangi
Because they are studying this topic what do you think they are learning? Can you tell me three things about healthy eating?
In the Hangi It is Healthy because it has no lio,
What does their kai have to include?
At least three vegetables a wild pork from a pig that his dad shoh.
Where did Mareka get her pork from? Would the meat be fresher because of the way it was caught and where it came from?
Mareka got the pork from her dad because her dad shot a wild pig when he was hunting.
For what reason do you think they are wrapping the meat in tinfoil? Have you ever cooked or seen anyone cook using tinfoil. For what reason do you think they were using this material when cooking?
The steam help the food to cook. Yes because my dad cook it under the ground and wrap it the tinfoil too and it was yummy.

What do they cook the food in? How do you think this cooks the food?
They cook the food in tinfoil. It help the food because the steam.
Why do the children not have to worry about their kai burning?
because it is straight up and that it is better in tinfoil.  

What do you think about this traditional way of cooking? If you had the opportunity to cook in this way would you? Why/why not?
I think it is Traditional that way Because you can save power instead of using the power.  
How are the locals making money from this way of cooking?
It can make money because it healthy and it yummy
Approximately how long does it take for food to cook in this way? Is this the normal amount of time food takes to cook?
it take about one and a half 3 hours to cook and it is normal for time food takes to cook.
When does the puia become cooler, for what reason does this occurence make it become cooler?
When it raise for a few days, the puta is cooler than usual.
For what reason was some of the food still firm?
it is firm because the food is packed in and the tinfoil keep it w
Do you think that by cooking in this way the students are eating healthily?
If this is healthy eating, then we want to eat Healthy kai all the time

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