Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. LeaugaRecommended Prior Learning
Year 10 Māori is recommended. Must have approval from Mrs Leauga if you have not taken Year 10 Māori. Students may be willing to pursue a career in Māori media/ Māori language teaching or enhance their career prospects with an additional language.
LEARNING ACTIVITIES: This course contains practical and theory-based activities and will have ākonga preparing and serving kai to manuhiri at the school marae. Assessments will be both practical and theory based. A haerenga (trip) to either Rangiriri/Rotorua/Waitangi is planned for seniors.
Māori media, land law, education, tertiary teaching, whānau/hapu management. Language specialisation can be integral for all the above careers, and knowledge of tikanga Māori will improve employment prospects.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi-The Treaty of Waitangi
Rangiriri-History of the battle and land loss
Bastion Point-Okahu Bay
Past Exam papers
Panui preparation-Reading and understanding
Whakarongo- Listening and comprehending
Kaiako Maori (Teacher of Te Reo Maori), Law, Journalism, Iwi Adviser, Human Resources, Tikanga Lead, University Lecturer, Professional development, Social Services, Banking, Policy development.Career Pathways
Pens-2 Blue, 2 Black, 2 Red.
Lynfield College has procedures and guidelines for the administering of assessments. Click HERE to go to the school website with more information, and links to the appropriate Year Level Assessment Guides.