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News archive: November 2015

  • Tama Kai Pukapuka

    Date:20/11/2015

    These teachers’ notes aim to support teachers within the Māori medium sector to utilise the books Whakamīharo Mai and He Māia, He Toa, He Tangata Noa. It provides a variety of reading strategies that teachers can use to assist students to self-manage their own learning as they ‘learn how to learn’. The key focus of the teachers guide is reluctant readers, and it contains strategies and tools that teachers can use with their students. 

  • Te Tautoko 74: Mā te Pouako

    Date:20/11/2015

    These teachers’ notes aim to assist teachers within the Māori medium sector when they use the journal Te Tautoko 74 – Te Pī. It provides a variety of reading strategies, lesson sequence ideas and learning tools where reading comprehension is a key aim of the learning and teaching. Pūtaiao and Tikanga-ā-Iwi are two of the learning areas in Te Tautoko 74 – Te Pī, with a focus on bees and business.

  • Te Tautoko 76: Mā te Pouako

    Date:20/11/2015

    These teachers’ notes aim to assist teachers within the Māori medium sector when they use the journal Te Tautoko 76. It provides a variety of reading strategies, lesson sequence ideas and learning tools where reading comprehension is a key aim of the learning and teaching. Te Tautoko 76 focuses on how the body works by exploring four systems. Students learn how the systems must work together to ensure the body functions properly.

  • Te Tautoko 75: Mā te Pouako

    Date:20/11/2015

    These teachers’ notes aim to assist teachers within the Māori medium sector when they use the journal Te Tautoko 75. It provides a variety of reading strategies, lesson sequence ideas and learning tools where reading comprehension is a key aim of the learning and teaching. Pūtaiao and Tikanga-ā-Iwi are two of the learning areas in Te Tautoko 75, with a focus on economics and business. The themes in the journal relate to the history and use of Māori land. There are two articles that relate to personal experiences: living and working on a farm, and being part of the 2004 Foreshore and Seabed March. Teachers can adapt the learning tools from these teachers’ notes to use in their own teaching and learning programmes.

  • Te Huinga Pukapuka o Koiri: Mā te Pouako

    Date:19/11/2015

    I tuhia tēnei aratohu hei āwhina i ngā pouako kei roto i ngā akomanga reo Māori, ina whakamahi ana rātou i ngā pukapuka hou o roto i te huinga pukapuka o Koiri, arā, Te Rau me Weriweri. Ko tā te aratohu nei, he tautohu, he whakaraupapa hoki i ngā mahi ka taea e te pouako ngā pūkenga pānui o ngā ākonga te whakaako, te whakawhanake hoki. E tūhono ana ngā kōrero o roto nei ki; Te Marautanga o Aotearoa; He Ara Ako i te Reo Matatini; me Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori.

  • Manu Korihi: He Tuhinga Mihi Mō te Pakanga Tuatahi o te Ao

    Date:19/11/2015

    The first edition of Manu Korihi is a collection of tuhinga mihi to commemorate the Centenary of World War 1.

    All of the writing acknowledges those who lost their lives, or those who were alive, during the war. Most of the pieces in the collection are expressions of gratitude and acknowledgment. You will see that these young authors have used language features such as proverb, rhetorical questions, triplication of phrase and metaphor to enrich their writing.

  • Hine Takurua rāua ko Hine Raumati: Mā te pouako

    Date:19/11/2015

    He kōrero taketake a Hine Takurua rāua ko Hine Raumati. Kua roa tēnei momo kōrero paki, e whakaahua ana i tētahi āhuatanga māori, tītohunga rānei, e tukuna ā-waha ana i tētahi whakatipuranga ki tērā i whai ake. 

  • Hine Takurua: Mā te pouako

    Date:19/11/2015

    Throughout the journal are eight illustrated proverbs – four relating to winter and four to spring. The illustrations provide the reader with strong visual clues to help decipher the meaning of each. 

  • Pihi Ake, Tipu Ora: Mā te Pouako

    Date:19/11/2015

    This teacher resource aligns to the second set of two wordless picture books produced for the Pihi series. This teacher resource is designed to help teachers in Māori-medium immersion use the Pihi series of wordless picture books to engage and educate learners and, in delivering Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, to develop their skills across all areas of literacy.

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