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Māori culture topic resources. Te Reo Maori Digital Learning Centre - Te+Reo+Maori+by+Justine+Driver.pdf.

Video stories and myths

Taniwha. Matāriki. 100 Māori words every New Zealander should know - Māori Language Week. 100 words in te reo Māori These words are grouped according to the following functions and associations: We have included individual sound files of spoken versions of all these words – just click on the word and it will be spoken!

100 Māori words every New Zealander should know - Māori Language Week

(See also pronunciation notes and te reo for email.) New: 365 more useful Māori words and phrases Hear the late Tairongo Amoamo read the complete list: click on arrow to play or download as mp3 (493kb) The marae Hui meeting, conference, gathering Marae the area for formal discourse in front of a meeting house; or the whole marae complex, including meeting house, dining hall, forecourt, etc. Concepts People and their groups Components of place names Terms for geographical features, such as hills, rivers, cliffs, streams, mountains, the coast; and adjectives describing them, such as small, big, little and long, are found in many place names.

Greetings E noho rā Goodbye (from a person leaving)Haere rā Goodbye (from a person staying)Haere mai Welcome! Body parts.

Mārae & Powhiri

Waiata. The days of the week in te reo Māori - Waiata Mai. Treaty of Waitangi resources. Helpful ICT links for Maori (spellchecker, keyboard etc) Nga Toi. Maori Apps. Dictionaries and translators. Pronunciation. Whakatauki. Kapa Haka. Rakau. Tūrangawaewae. 28th Māori Batallion. Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori. Tamariki teaching songs (Alphabet/pronunciation etc) Food. Curriculum. Lego Maori feelings. Critical Histories of Aotearoa: Homepage. WHALE RIDER. Possible Problems: None.

WHALE RIDER

Parenting Points: Enjoy this movie with your children. The message is clear and requires no discussion. However, if you can relate the situation of Paikea or the grandfather to a struggle being waged by someone your child knows, it would be worthwhile to highlight the connection with a comment. Selected Awards, Cast and Director: Selected Awards: The movie won many awards at film festivals. Featured Actors: Keisha Castle-Hughes as Paikea; Rawiri Paratene as Koro; Vicky Haughton as Nanny Flowers; Cliff Curtis as Porourangi; Grant Roa as Uncle Rawiri; and Mana Taumaunu as Hemi Director: Niki Caro. The brief introduction suggested below will orient students to the film and provide background about Maori culture. Before starting the introduction, on a globe or map of the world, show students the locations of New Zealand and Germany in relation to each other and to the community in which they live. According to myth, Paikea was the founder of the Maori people. Tapu ae - Traditional Maori Game.

Tapu Ae - Taonga Tākaro (Traditional Māori Game) Game Whakapapa/Atuatanga Tapu Ae is an adaptation of Kī o Rahi and uses the same Whakapapa and Purakau of that Tākaro.

Tapu ae - Traditional Maori Game

Game description Tapu Ae is one of many Kī (ball) game variations. Traditionally the Pawero area's on the field were sometimes specially constructed mounds of dirt. Papa Tākaro (playing fields) were therefore highly maintained and valued places for developing physical well being, developing and requiring a range of different skills. Kiwi Pride – Tagged "Bilingual" – Blackboard Jungle. How Maui slowed the Sun - By Peter Gossage.

People like Us - Apirana Mahuika. Innovative Educators Aotearoa - Community - Google+ The story of Tinirau and the whale - Whales Tohorā - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa TongarewaThe story of Tinirau and the whale. This is a dramatic tale of treachery and revenge involving the chief Tinirau, his pet whale, Tutunui, and Tinirau's sinister guest, Kae.

The story of Tinirau and the whale - Whales Tohorā - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa TongarewaThe story of Tinirau and the whale

The story reveals the complex relationship that Maori have with whales. Many versions are known throughout the Pacific. Runs for 6 minutes Tinirau & the whale animation excerpt. Phrases for special occasions - Kōrero Māori. Hynessight: An update on making a digital mihi using Google Maps. Te reo Māori picture books - Education Portal. Students in kura kaupapa Māori and rumaki reo have created their own story books about road safety.

Te reo Māori picture books - Education Portal

View these below. Students in years 1-8 worked with kaiako and publishing professionals. The tamariki wrote text, created images, and made storyboards and mock-ups of the books. At each stage, they received expert feedback. The final outcomes are picture books unique to each kura. Teaching resources More about the picture book project. Download resources. Promoting Māori in the classroom - Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori - Māori Language Commission. Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori - Māori Language Commission. 2_maori_full. Knowledge Basket New Zealand’s Research Archive - Databases. Please check which databases are free and which are NOT before proceeding with your search.

Knowledge Basket New Zealand’s Research Archive - Databases

Story Books. Downloads — Kotahi Mano Kāika. Room 5 @ Melville Intermediate School: Melville Intermediate - Teaching Maori Using Skype. Rangitāne o Wairarapa – Education Resources. VIDEO: Being Māori in the 21st Century - Videos - VIDEO & GAMES - Mai FM. The 5 Wai's of Māori Engagement. GetAzureFile.aspx. Solar%20system%20maori.pdf. Māori Language Online. Kotahitanga - Improving the educational achievements of Māori in mainstream secondary schools. Maori.org.nz Main Maori Site on the Net! TAKOA, Te Aka Kumara o Aotearoa - a directory of Maori organisations and resource people. Māori Myths, Legends and Contemporary Stories / Te Reo Māori / Support materials / Home - Mātauranga Māori. Kia ora and welcome to Māori Myths, Legends and Contemporary Stories.

Māori Myths, Legends and Contemporary Stories / Te Reo Māori / Support materials / Home - Mātauranga Māori

Here, you are able to view a collection of myths and legends alongside contemporary stories reflecting themes relevant to today's world. These stories have been either written or retold by Wiremu Grace. Wiremu would like to acknowledge Uncle Ken Arthur and Uncle Mark Metekingi for their kōrero tuku iho, or stories and knowledge handed down from the generations. Nō reira e te tokorua, e ōku rangatira, haere, haere, hoki atu rā.

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