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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Christchurch Earthquake



http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2011/feb/22/world-cup-rugby-christchurch-earthquake 

Here is an article by Tyla from our class about the Christchurch earthquake.

 Devastating news has been confirmed  that Christchurch suffered from another bad earthquake. Although the earthquake measured  6.3 magnitude, the damages were worse than before.The last earthquakeearthquake was deeper down in the ground but this one was shallower and that’s what caused most of the damage.Since September Christchurch has been having little after shocks  until this big one.



I feel so sad sorry the kids in Christchurch that  suffer through this kind of stuff. Especially for the people who lost they loved ones and homes. May luck and hope be with them.

8 comments:

Miss G said...

Thanks for sharing your thoughts about the earthquake. I agree with you about that the earthquake has shaken us all. I hope for the residence of Christchurch that these earthquakes stop and allow them to rebuild their city.

Miss Gleeson

Osana said...

Hi Tyla, I really like how you shared your ideas with the class, like what your teacher said. It's very sad how canterbury has been crushed, but anyways keep it up.

oxox Osana

Raenan said...

Hi Tyla,

Awesome post! I liked the way you used interesting words in your post. Keep up the grate work Tyla.

Paris said...

Hello Tyler. We just read your post with Mrs Tele'a. We feel the same, very sad for the people of Christchurch. This post was helpful. I'm looking forward to reading more from you. Hopefully we can all work together to help them recover.
Good work.

Calvin said...

Hi Tyla this is Calvin just saying that I to feel sorry for Christchurch and the kids that are suffering this moment.I really liked the way that you explained about the magnitude of each earthquake.The picture was cool but sad at the time.See you and keep up the good work from Calvin

raeleen said...

hi Tyla I really like your story.When I first heard about the earthquake I felt sad because the dose not have a school I think that they might have there school when they finished bilding there school.

Miss Wild said...

Hi Tyla-maree - I think your story showed great compassion and empathy for the people affected in Christchurch.
Will keep looking for more of your powerful writing.

Love from Miss Wild

vaifoa said...

That a lovely story about the earthquake