Year 13 Te Reo Maori

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr E. Peters

Who is this subject intended for:
Students who have completed NCEA Level 2 Te Reo Māori.

What you will learn in this subject:
ocommunicate about certainty and uncertainty, possibility and probability
odevelop an argument or point of view, with reasons
orecount a series of events to inform, persuade or entertain
ocommunicate the same information in different ways for different audiences
orespond to selected and adapted texts in te reo Māori that are about te reo and tikanga Māori

●Possible topics:
He Tangata Rongonui – i whānau mai i muri i te tau 1900.
Waiata /Haka – he waiata /haka i titoa ai i muri i te tau 1900.
Te Reo Rangatira – he kaupapa /rautaki e tautoko ana i te whakaoranga o te reo Māori.
Te Ao Tōrangapū – he kaupapa tōrangapū e pā ana ki te hapori, ki te iwi Māori, ki Aotearoa whānui.

Where this subject will lead:
Many career opportunities including education, health, tourism, government agencies, and business.

Recommended Prior Learning

What you need to be able to do and know to achieve in this subject: To achieve in this subject students would need to have a sound foundation of Te Reo Maori at NCEA Level 1 and 2. Students should have a continued desire to gain fluency in Te Reo me ngā tikanga o te ao Māori. Good leadership and organisational skills are vital to ensure success, as well as a willingness to go beyond what is taught in class. Students will need access to the internet, be able to communicate through email on a regular basis and to be able to effectively manage their own learning. There is an expectation that study and homework will be completed regularly. Please note that this course will be delivered through the Virtual Learning Network or Correspondence and will therefore require students to work independently.