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Thursday, April 17, 2014

The Royal Pages Present...

This Term, the Royal Pages Reading group were given the challenge of creating a movie for the 'Our Nation's Children' movie competition for 2014.  The theme of the movie had to be "Why is the Treaty of Waitangi still relevant today?"

Although we are not allowed to publish the movie until after the judging, we created a slide show to show some of the process, including our script writing and storyboarding.

Due to time constraints, we didn't end up filming like we wanted to, but Miss Kyla tried her best to edit what we had with a mixture of other media.  We all took turns to record our voice overs and ensure our key messages were included in the final product.

Wish us luck!  And check back here on the 6th of May for updates - if we win, we'll let you know!  If we don't win, we'll share our movie with you!


16 comments:

Willy I said...

Hey Ms Kyla,

I had a great time with the group making the movie, though it didn't go quite according to plan, but great result! I hope we win!

By Willy.

Johns BLOG said...

Hi Mrs Kyla I loved helping you and the others make the movie, even though I didn't speak as clearly as you wanted me to. Our movie was a very great movie and I hope that we won the movie competition.

Johns BLOG said...

Hey Ms Kyla,

I watched the movie and I thought it was brilliant and I really love how you added the music and the pictures. Sorry you couldn't actually hear what I was saying.

Johns BLOG said...

Hey Ms Kyla,

I watched the movie and I thought it was brilliant and I really love how you added the music and the pictures. Sorry you couldn't actually hear what I was saying.

Brandon said...

Kia ora Royal Pages!
We like the way you all participated as a group to make this presentation. We have learnt about the 3P's of the Treaty of Waitangi, which are participation, protection and partnership. Next time perhaps you could use more realistic pictures in your storyboard. We would like to know when will you be sharing the movie with everyone?
From Room 7

Cavhyon said...

Hello Royal pages group, I like how you put key ideas in your slide show.
I also like how you put the EFFORT and TIME into your presentation.

Tionee R said...

Hello Royal Pages,
Its wonderful how you all worked together planning your video and sharing your knowledge and understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi. It surely proves the thinking was from all your thoughts, I also liked how the work is good quality, specific and detailed.

Lauren F said...

Hello Royal Pages,

We like the way you guys made a clear view of what you guys were going to do in the movie and also how you made it obvious that you spent a lot of time and effort on this project.What website did you guys use to gather information about the Treaty of Waitangi?

From Tiere & Lauren.

Nesbert said...

Hello Royal pages group. I like how you put key ideas in your slide show. I also like how you put effort and time in to your presentation.

Cypress H said...

Hi Royal Pages,

We like the way you have showed us how you made your movie step by step. We learnt from this blog post that the Treaty Of Waitangi was signed 174 years ago. Next time you could make the slides have animation to make it more cool.

From Kini and Cypress

william said...

Hi Royal Pages! We like the way you all planned how you guys were going to make your movie. Also we learnt from this blog post how to make a great movie by writing scripts together. Next time try and make your pictures realistic on your storyboard.

From:William & Brandon

Lolo said...

Great job we like the way you used specific facts about the treaty of Waitangi.Also we like the way you put alot of effort to your work.We think that you should add more pictures that relate to the text.From this We have learnt more about The Treaty of Waitangi.If you don't mind us asking,What happen after they signed the Treaty Of Waitangi? By Sam and Lolo

Christopher and Kraven said...

Hi Royal Pages I like the way that you all participated in your guys slide show to make your guys Movie, I also like the way you's put in allot of effort into your guys work, but my favourite part of the slideshow was your guys story board. THANK YOU!! From Christopher and Kraven

Devine @ Tamaki Primary School said...

hi royal pages like the way you shared interesting info about the treaty of waitangi. well done for using the 3ps in your guys presentation. I enjoyed reading your work.
by devine

Patosina S said...

Hi Royal Pages
I learned from this blog post the 3P's as in protection,participation and partnership in the Treaty of Waitangi. I also liked how you put your wonderful presentation together. Next time add in an image
of the whole group so that everyone may see the writers and the actors of the group.

Lavinia said...

Hey Royal Pages!

Wow I just finished reading an Awesome work from great students for putting in the good effort to make a Movie about the Treaty Of Waitangi. Great work for making this presentation about the Treaty Of Waitangi. Well done for working together to make this movie. My favourite part in your guy's movie was when you guy's were shearing information to us about the Treaty Of Waitangi. I enjoyed reading it. Maybe next time you guys could put in more interesting details to make it look interesting.I love the way how you guys were sharing the 3ps witch are Partnership,Protection and Participation.Good work Royal Pages keep up the Hard work.