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Monday, February 13, 2017

kawa of care

Hi this is my work. and this is about kawa of care. kawa of care is about take good care of your chrombook from alyssa

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  1. Hi Alyssa. I really like the size of your fonts(letters) as it is easy for me to read. Your explanation of your D.L.O is clear and I know what this D.L.O is all about. Next time you post I would like to know what you found easy, and what you found hard. Keep it up! Whaea Sally.

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  2. Hi Alyssa,

    I really like your D.L.O because it is really clear and has some good points on how to care for your Chromebook.
    Next time could you add a little of information about what Kawa of Care is because some people might not know what it is.
    Good Work!

    Laura,
    Yaldhurst Model School,
    Christchurch

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  3. Hi Alyssa, I've done the kawa of care before and i liked it but did you like doing it and i will remember what you put on your blog. From Abby

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  4. Hello Alyssa, We did Kawa of Care in our class as well. I like how you have used images so it can engage the viewers. Would you like to view my kawa of care animation? Here is the link if you want to: http://ymsariana.blogspot.co.nz/2017/02/how-to-use-google-drive.html#comment-form .

    Thank you,
    Ariana.

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  5. Kai Ora Alyssa, My name is Kohl-lee I am a student at Tautoro School. My class did Kawa Of Care too. I liked the way how you care about your chromebook. Next time maybe you can have an interesting title. I remember when I learnt about Kawa Of care. Blog you later.

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  7. Hi my name is Rania at Owairaka district school. In my class we also learn about cyeber saftey for the chrome. Next time you could be in the photo takeing care of your chrome! Rania
    blog:http://odsraniam.blogspot.co.nz/

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  8. Kia Ora Alyssa, my name is Kyra in Mamaku 1 @ Grey Main School. I liked your post about the Kawa of Care because it shows you have listened and understood the topic. This reminds me of when I got my Chromebook in 2016, when I was a year 5. Maybe next time you could try rereading your sentences and checking your punctuation. Are you are Year 5 or 6?

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