Understanding mātauranga Māori for the English curriculum
This wānanga is a unique opportunity to bring English subject specialists together for a 2-day immersive wānanga to understand and authentically implement mātauranga Māori into your curriculum design.
This is in preparation for the for the “Mana ōrite mō te mātauranga Māori” as part of the NCEA upcoming change package for 2022.
Te Reo Māori for Teachers - Level 2
Our Level 2 Te Reo Māori course builds on foundational te reo Māori that has been learnt in our previous Level 1 Te Reo Māori course or other introductory te reo Māori courses.
We use a range of interactive and engaging digital tools to encourage you to use the reo you have acquired in a variety of situations including the home, work and in social settings. Bi-weekly tutorials are scheduled throughout this course to ensure you are receiving relevant feedback.
The material and resources that are provided are practical and relevant to everyday situations and you will also additional materials to encourage the use of te reo Māori amongst your family, friends, and colleagues.
Content is interactive and engaging so no need to learn through just books and paper worksheets! Each course is looked after by one of 3 trained (and registered) teachers with in-depth experience in adult teaching and learning.
Ngā Whāinga Paetae: Learning Objectives
A range of topics are covered throughout this course with each week featuring a mix of both te reo Māori structures and components of tikanga/ mātauranga Māori (cultural knowledge).
Some of these topics include:
The importance of pronunciation
Basic descriptive sentences
Kupu hou (New vocabulary)
Greetings and acknowledgements
Reo for the home and office
Mahi kāinga (homework) tasks will take approximately 1.5 hours to complete each week in your own time and will be due the following week. Regular tutorials are also available to help to reinforce your new learning and material.
Content differs each week and is intended to be used outside of the class resources and with your friends, family and within your workplace.
Course Info & Enrolment
Delivery Mode: Online
Start date: Term 2, 2022 intake - Monday 2nd May - Friday 8th July 2022
Length: 9 weeks
Cost: $200 per person
An 80% pass rate is required to complete this course and be awarded a certificate of achievement
There is also an end-of-term open book assessment to conclude this course.
Content is delivered to students each week to complete and then marked and feedback provided by your kaiako. You will have regulars tutorials throughout your class, alongside a small cohort of others, to ensure that you are on track and progressing with your te reo Māori journey.