Topics include: pānui; tuhituhi; waihanga tuhinga; kōrero and whakarongo.
- Teacher: Kevin Waho
Students in this course will learn to write with clarity in the Māori language, accurately convey the message on a range of topics, demonstrate competency in the various sentence structures. Students will comprehend spoken Māori, convey messages in Māori, and demonstrate good sentence structure.
Students may be able to gain a number of NCEA credits, which will be offered through either; unit standards, and 'or' internal achievement standards, and 'or' external achievement standards. To view each standard please click on the links below:
Internal Achievement Standards
External Achievement Standards
Year 10 students will extend the skills and attitudes built up in Year 9 Te Reo Māori. During
this year students must acquire and develop the skills necessary to succeed at Year 11 level:
speaking, reading, writing, translation, comprehension and pronunciation. Students will also
develop an understanding of, sensitivity towards and respect for tikanga Māori.
Year 9 students will study whānau in Term 1. This will include learning basic pronunciation of the language
and acquiring and developing skills and confidence in listening, speaking, writing and reading Te Reo Māori.
Students will also learn about tikanga Māori and te ao Māori.