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  • He Rau Taki Kōrero

    Date:21/11/2016

    I tapaina tēnei rauemi ko He Rau Taki Kōrero, he rau nō ngā huarahi ako hei taki i te reo-ā-waha o te ākonga. 

  • Ākona te Tau: Hine Raumati

    Date:07/11/2016

    The broad theme of these four units is Hine Raumati and each unit covers a level (1 to 4) of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The units have been designed with a tirohanga Māori, are thematic in nature and cover multiple learning areas. Although the activities span various learning areas, they have been chosen to encourage oral language in the classroom – both formal and informal.

  • Tihei Pāngarau: Te Ahumoni, Taumata 4, e-ako 1

    Date:05/09/2016

    This is the first in a series of digital interactive learning modules relating to Financial Capability. It is part of the Tihei Pāngarau family of learning resource materials. 

  • Pōtiki: He Aratohu mā te Pouako

    Date:31/08/2016

    An analysis of the novel Pōtiki covering key aspects such as plot summaries, themes, characters, language, settings, writing styles, authors intent and key skills and knowledge outlined in the Te Reo Māori learning area of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa together with teaching and learning activities and assessment activities.

  • Mātaki mai ana te Ao: te Tawhio Pihirei o 1981

    Date:30/08/2016

    A new Māori language multi-media series aimed at improving wharekura students’ research and literacy skills supporting kaiako and kura to create a rich literacy environment for ākonga.

  • Te Reo ā-Waha: He Aratohu mā te Pouako – Oral Literacy Teaching and Learning Materials

    Date:17/08/2016

    This is an online, digital teachers’ resource that aims to help students develop their oral language. It includes activities that focus on developing speaking and listening skills. This resource is intended for students at levels 1–4 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa who are engaged in level 1–2 Māori language immersion education settings. The resource includes unit plans for three levels: Years 1–3, Years 4–6 and Years 7–8. 

  • Hou Mai: Discovering Māori Medium Education

    Date:04/07/2016

    If you are considering the benefits of a Māori education for your whānau, we invite you to enter this whare kōrero. It is a house of opinion and discussion that we hope inspires you.

  • Rūaumoko - The Rumbling Voice

    Date:04/07/2016

    Rūaumoko - The Rumbling Voice, is an interactive educational digital book narrated by Deaf Māori students in Te Reo Turi/New Zealand Sign Language.

  • Paekupu

    Date:01/07/2016

    Paekupu is a new website that will house all dictionaries that support the implementation of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The dictionaries will identify and provide detailed explanations of the technical language used within each learning area of the marau and provide examples of how the terminology can be used within a learning context.

  • Takatū Ake! Putanga 2

    Date:16/06/2016

    Ko Te Haumanutanga te kaupapa matua i tēnei putanga tuarua. Kia pai mai hoki!

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