Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Can You Sasa?

We have been asked to create a Sasa, Samoan slap dance, and video it for our friends at Tamaki Today. They would like us to give it a little of our "flavor". Get ready and we will video it on Friday! (Halloween just got a little scarier!)


Anonymous said...

I have no doubt that it will be wonderful and entertaining. I can't wait to share this with the classroom, our students will be thrilled! That in a nutshell is one of the huge positives about Web 2.0 - breaking down barriers and networking cultures around the world. Thanks once again.
Mr Webb on behalf of Room Six
Tamaki Intermediate School
Auckland, New Zealand.

Wm Chamberlain said...

@Mr. Webb You are absolutely right. The opportunities my students get because of their connection to the internet is a true game changer when it comes to understanding culutural differences (and similarities).
Mr. C

Unknown said...

Kia ora

What fun! It will be very cool to see what you film and also how Tamaki Today collate the footage.
Good on you for giving it a go!

Dorothy Burt

Nancy Moede said...

I am taking a technology course at a university in Texas, USA. This site has caught the attention of all. It is visually pleasing, up to date, and full of information. Couldn't ask for anything more on a classroom blog.

Brisbane, Australia said...

Wow a Sasa, Samoan slap dance - what's that? We can't wait to see your video so we can have a go!
Happy Halloween.

Mrs C and 3C by the Sea