Year 9 Te Reo Maori
In Year 9, te Reo Maori is a half year, one semester course that focuses on developing communication skills in te Reo Māori. Students are learning to cope with a variety of routine situations when talking to speaker of te reo Māori. They can use familiar language with some flexibility and pick up some new language from its context. They can read and write simple notes and short letters and fill out simple forms. They can use and respond to language, including directions and requests, that is likely to occur in familiar Māori settings. All topics will be assessed summatively, at the end of each unit through one of the receptive language modes of Korero (K), Whakarongo (Wh) and the productive language modes of Panui (P) and Tuhituhi
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
1 x exercise book
blue, black and red pens and a pencil
eraser, 1 glue stick, 1 pack of coloured pencils, ruler and sharpener.
There are a range of useful resources, both electronic and hard copy that can be used.
Recommended Prior Learning
Those who have studied te Reo Maori in Years 7 and 8 and those who have strong interest or have some prior knowledge of the language.
Education and Teaching, Early Childhood Teacher, Media Producer, Model, Nanny/child carer, Working in Media: radio or T.V., Travel and Tourism, Law, Manufacturing and Technology, Working with people, social and community groups, Drama, Music and Performing Arts, Tailor/Dressmaker, Lawyer, Interpreter, Translators, Cutter, Fashion Designer, Sewing Machinist, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Librarian, Library Assistant, Security Officer/Guard, Parking Officer, Navy Sailor, Navy Officer, Police officer, Counselor, Guidance counselor, Nurse, midwife, Mechanical Engineer, Film/Television Camera, Pastor, Minister of religion, evangelist, activist, builder, forester, park ranger, baker, chef, Actor, Sound Technician,
Any information, costs or standards may change.