Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Tamaki Int. - Building Tour 1

Douglas R6 takes you on a tour of the building taking place in March 2008.
All the Tamaki Intermediate School Classrooms are being completly refurbished in the next few months and the size increased considerably. Demolition in progress...
video

6 comments:

Dorothy Burt said...

Hey Douglas
I loved your movie. It is great to see you using your talents at Intermediate. Sounds like you did the while thing by yourself - good job! You'll be writing for TV before we know it. Keep it up. I am subscribed to your blog and look forward to seeing more of your work.

Mrs Burt

Anonymous said...

Great job Douglas. I am sure that you are happy about bigger classrooms. Good to see you using your filming and editing skills. Keep up the good work.
Mr Fletcher

Andrea said...

So great to see your smiling face Douglas. You did a great job and continue to make me proud. You have amazing talents and I am glad to see you still using them.

Perhaps if I ever get my first book written - you can be my illustrator !!!
Keep up the great work and I will be checking back for new highlights. You keep producing great stuff and I promise to keep in touch.

Well done ! Ka Pai Douglas.

Mrs Fale

Anonymous said...

Top presenting skills, Douglas. I really enjoyed hearing about what's going on at Tamaki Intermediate.

Mr Chung

Room 18 said...

Hey Douglas,
Was that really you? Mrs Burt told me that you had put together a movie and presented it and I had to see it for myself. Good on you, I am so proud of you! Keep up the fantastic work.

Mrs Lagitupu-Erick

Anonymous said...

Hi Douglas,
What an awesome job you have made of your movie I am very impressed that you wrote and produced all the information yourself. You matched your information well with your visuals and having the explanation first worked really well. I look forward to seeing your next piece of work. I hope you are going to be giving us regular updates on the work around the school - it is very noisy in the classrooms right now

Cheers, Mrs Bush