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Te Reo Māori Publishing Release Schedule, July 2016

A schedule of Ministry of Education Māori medium resources being published in 2016.  

Title

Year levels

Description

Expected release

Publisher

Taiki E! Putanga 2 2016

(Distributed)

3–6 Tāiki E! is a Māori language magazine produced for students in kura Māori. The main theme for this issue is kararehe hārakiraki, or interesting and unusual animals. It includes articles about animals that have special physical features that help them to survive in their environment and the influence that animals have had on medical research. In this issue we profile Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Kotuku in Te Atatū. Other features include an interview with Julian Dennison from Hunt for the Wilderpeople, a recipe, a brand new maze, puzzles and film reviews. Tāiki E! is intended as a take-home magazine for children. Distributed to kura and Wickliffe June 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd

Eke Panuku 32

(Distributed)

6–9 Eke Panuku is a recreational magazine produced for students in wharekura and Māori language immersion and bilingual settings. In this issue we follow the legendary figure Māui, as he finds a way to rescue his wife. However he is told he must complete three tasks if he ever wants to see his wife again!  Distributed to kura and Wickliffe June 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd

Toi Te Kupu 102

(Distributed)

9–13 Toi Te Kupu is a Māori language student newspaper designed for ākonga in Māori medium schools and settings who are working at levels 5–8 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (2008). In this issue we look at the 2016 Waka Ama Secondary School Nationals held in Rotorua. We also look at the TPPA and interview Moana Jackson about his thoughts on the issue. Distributed to kura and Wickliffe June 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd

The Story of Rūaumoko

(Distributed)

1–8 A trilingual interactive digital book (te reo Māori sign/NZSL, te reo Māori, and English) reflecting te ao Māori and a wider Māori world view - te reo and tikanga being at the forefront. The theme will address Māori deaf identity and align wherever possible with the curriculum, therefore the scripts and story will benefit from collaboration with educators and the deaf community with theme, pedagogy and structure in mind. App available on iTunes and Google Play July 2016 Kiwa Digital

Hou Mai 

(Distributed)

Whānau A series of video clips of whānau talking about the journey they have undertaken to learn te reo Māori and commit to their tamariki participating in Māori medium education. Their different perspectives, trials, tribulations, and successes provides a starting point for others who may be unsure whether their tamaiti or tamariki will participate in Māori medium education.  Available TKI July 2016 Blue Bach Production

Te Reo o Ngā Toi: Toi Ataata ā-Ipurangi

(Distributed) 

All levels The online publishing of the visual art section of the Ngā Toi dictionary. This is part of the parent Ngā Toi dictionary due for hard copy publication in 2018. Available
July 2016
He Kupenga Hao it te Reo

Te Reo o Ngā Toi: Puoro ā-Ipurangi

(Distributed) 

All levels The online publishing of the music section of the Ngā Toi dictionary. This is part of the parent Ngā Toi dictionary due for hard copy publication in 2018. Available
July 2016
He Kupenga Hao it te Reo
Te Arapu app update 1–3 Further menu items will be added to Te Arapu app that was first issued in 2015 and any known bugs will be fixed. Available on iTunes and Google Play Kapohia Ltd
Instructional language Guide for teachers 11-13 A tool designed to assist kaiako working with senior students in wharekura to identify different question types, and unpack the content of questions to support students in their preparation for external assessments for NCEA and Scholarship. The guidelines will also include strategies for kaiako to develop effective questions and appropriate instructional language for different subject areas across Levels 6–8 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Available TKI August 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd
Hui E! Te Putanga 3, 2016 7–8 This magazine is designed for intermediate-aged students. It is intended that the students will contribute as writers. This magazine will feature enjoyable, fun, entertaining activities and informative thought - provoking articles.  Distributed to kura and Wickliffe August 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd
Te Reo Ā-Waha: He Aratohu Mā te Pouako 1–8 Unit plans that enable teachers to provide a rich and effective oral language programme for students working at levels 1–4 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Available TKI August 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd
Te Reo Waiata Te reo Mōteatea 1–8 Six to eight mōteatea with a chosen focus of ngeri, waiata tangi, or oriori will be published in digital interactive format. They will be illustrated with online audio tracks which, as well as the mōteatea, will feature related information and biographies of the composers.  Available TKI  August 2016 Hana
Ākona Te Tau 1–8 A series of teaching and learning units for level 1–4. The resource is teacher focused and will provide thematic cross curricula unit plans. Available TKI August 2016 Hana
Te Ipu Kōrero  1–8 A set of oral language activity cards that approach the teaching of oral language initially from an Āheinga Reo (text purpose and language functions) perspective, as described in Te Reo Māori wāhanga ako of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The activity cards will be presented as a boxed set of approximately 50 easy to use cards. The cards will be presented in Māori only. Distributed to kura and Wickliffe August 2016 Haemata Tāpui
Pōtiki a guide for teachers 12–13 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 Available on TKI August 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd
Manu Kai Mātauranga - Mātaki Mai Ana Te Ao 11–13 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. These materials will provide a basis of study and enjoyment for Māori medium students in wharekura and will also reflect kaupapa Māori contexts in teaching and learning.  Distributed to kura and Wickliffe August 2016 Huia (NZ) Ltd
Te Pito o te Henua and Te Ātea Teaching and Learning Materials 11–13 There are two parts to these materials. 1: Based on the resources He Pito o te Henua written by Katerina Te Heikōkō Mataira, students will explore traditional aspects of the people of He Pito o te Henua (Rapa Nui - Easter Island) with that of Māori, investigate and analyse the impacts of colonialism on indigenous societies and conduct an in depth research project on the evolution and revitalisation of te reo Māori. 2: Based on the book Te Atea written by the same author the second part of this deliverable is an integrated teaching and learning unit with activities that allow students to explore creative skills and knowledge in a variety of mixed media through Toi Ataata, Toi Pūoro and Te Reo Māori. The themes of migration and survival underpin the learning, while opportunities for assessment are formative and summative by allowing students to work across curricula and produce a production in the style of their choosing. Available on TKI September 2016 Ahuru 
Te Reo o Ngā Toi: Rēhia - Tauira Papakupu All levels A draft Māori language dictionary of the performing arts. It will be published as a draft in order for feedback and comment from the sector. This is part of the parent Ngā Toi dictionary due for hard copy publication in 2018. To sector for feedback September 2016 He Kupenga Hao it te Reo
Te Paparahi - Te Reo Rangatira Teaching and Learning Materials 11–13 Te Paparahi will provide resource clusters based on various topics that will be suitable for the use of one or more Te Reo Rangatira achievement standards to assess the progress and achievement of students in Levels 1 to 3 of NCEA. The resources will consist of downloadable unit plans and class resources as well as videos that will introduce students, teachers and extended communities to the topics and associated standards. Online on TKI January 2017 Tarapō
Digitisation of Makorea 11–13 This resource is an extensive learning unit that explores traditional aspects of Māoridom through stories inspired by the history of Te Waipounamu, as written by Katerina Te Heikōkō Mataira in Makorea. The resource is cross-curricular and intended to align to Te Reo Rangatira and Hītori. This learning unit will also be accompanied by an ePub version of the book that will have interactive components. January 2017 Ahuru 
Rēhua - a digital resource for students and teachers Waituhi 11–13 Interactive digital resource to support Te Marautanga o Aotearoa: Taumata 6–7 students to access authentic reo Māori.   January 2017 Huia (NZ) Ltd

View the schedule as an Excel file. 

Te Reo Māori Publishing Release Schedule July 2016 (Excel 2007, 17 KB)

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