Friday, 31 October 2014

Year 7 Trip To The Auckland Museum!

Hook: Recently the year 7s went to the Auckland Museum. The piece of writing is going to be telling you about our experience.

Intro: Most people when they go to the museum they can usually find different types of objects that are very very old. Maybe 54 years old, maybe even more. You can discover different sculptures and carvings that are from 1980 maybe the 1890s to.

P.1: Did you know that the Auckland Museum has been in Auckland since 1929. The museum is a touchstone that is a remembrance for families and tourists that visit the museum.

P.2: At the museum there are different types of art galleries there. There is pacific art, maori art, asian art and many many more. In the galleries there are different types of art. For example carvings, harakeke bags, waka canoes, tivaevae and many different other art.

P.3: At the museum we go to experience things that we never got to see before. We got see things that are from different countrys in the world. Countries like Asia, China, Samoa, Tonga and many many more.

P.4: In the pacific gallery there are different sections that you could go to. There is art from countries in the pacific side. In the gallery there was a Cook island section, Samoan section and even a tongan section. Mostly all of the pacific countries had a section that anyone could go to. 

I like this picture because it is a nice view of the museum and there is people in it as well. And the water fountain.

I like this photo because it is a samoan tapa. It also has patterns a different colours on it. A tapa is what samoan people make to sit on and to give to people as a gift.

I like this picture because it is a canoe that is sailing at sea. It is a canoe that is very old. This is a type of canoe that people used in the olden days.

I like this photo because it is a Maori carving. I like maori carvings especially because I am Maori. 

I like this picture because it is a sculpture that is outside of the museum. I is a interesting master piece. 

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