Year 10 Te Reo Maori
Teacher in Charge: Ms J. Leauga
This course teaches listening, reading, speaking and writing skills. There is strong emphasis on students being able to use Te Reo Māori for everyday communication. Topics include; Myself Ko Ahau, The family Te Whānau, School Te Kura, My home Taku Kāinga, Parts of the body Ngā Wahanga o te Tinana, Trip to town Te Haere Ki te Tāone, Food Te Kai, Ngā Kākahu Clothes, Ngā mahi a te rehia Māori Performing Arts, Ngā tikanga o te marae The marae and customs on the marae. Students will be able to recite a speech about their family, perform a waiata and haka, greet and farewell someone using Te Reo Māori along with gaining basic language conventions.
The course provides a foundation for NCEA Level 1 Te Reo Māori.
Recommended Prior Learning
Year 9 Māori preferred but not essential. Please see Whaea Leauga or Whaea Maihi if you do not meet the requirements.
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