Te WhareKura o Te Kura Tuarua o Opunake

 

Whakataukī –   Mā te kōrero I te reo

E ora ai

Mā te ora o te reo

Ka rangatira

Opunake High School’s Māori department aims to pursure excellence in learning te Reo Māori while creating for students with new and exciting pathways on learning the language of our tupuna.

 

Ngā Teina – Junior Te Reo Māori

The course offers the first stages of learning Te Reo Māori

Content:

The programme provides an introduction of Te Reo Māori. It gives students an insight into how our tupuna see the world.

Students will be able to ……

  • Greet, farewell and thank people and respond to greets and thanks
  • Introduce themselves and others
  • Communicate about relationships between people, possession, likes and dislikes, including physical characteristic, personality & feelings.

 

Ngā Whenu

 

Whakarongo/Aural

  • Hearing a variety of Māori words (Kupu Hou)
  • Follow commands in Te Reo Māori
  • Learn historical facts pertinent to Taranaki Whānui

 

Kōrero/Oral

  • Speak about themselves, their whānau and their origins
  • Learn common sentences
  • Ask questions pertinent to Kaupapa

 

Pānui/Reading

  • Read a variety of text in Te Reo Māori
  • Read aloud to become confident with pronunciation

 

Tuhituhi/Writing

  • Write karakia and school waiata
  • Learning Tikanga pertinent to Taranaki
  • Visit local marae and write about the experience
  • Powhiri process (Tikanga)
  • Write basic sentences

 

Ngā Kaupapa:

Tau 9

Mihi –        Greeting, farewell & acknowledge people & respond

Rātaka –    Communicate about numbers, using days of the week, months of the year, terms of the year.

Mihimihi –  Introducing themselves and others

Whakamana, Whakapāha – Understanding and use simple politeness conventions (ways of acknowledging people, expressing regret and complementing people

 

Aromatawai:

Over the year will assess the students on the following…….

  • One Aural test
  • Two written test
  • Two oral test
  • Two research assignments – this is based on Pepeha & Ngā Atua Māori.

 

Tau 10

Students will be able to ……

 

Whakarongo/Listen

  • Listen to and give directions
  • Follow instructions
  • Listen the basic conversation

 

Kōrero/Speak

  • Speak about their whānau (pepeha, whakapapa)
  • Speak about themselves, families & friends including activities they are involved in

 

Tuhituhi/Writing

  • Write about themselves & their whānau
  • Write grammatically sentences

 

Pānui/Reading

  • Read text in Te Reo Māori
  • Correct pronunciation

 

Tikanga:

  • Learn karakia & waiata
  • Learn Tikanga pertinent to Taranaki and other tribal areas

 

Nga Kaupapa

  • Āhua Whare
  • Ko tõku whānau
  • Ngā kai
  • Tōku Akomanga

 

Aromatawai:

Over the year will assess the students on the following…….

  • One Aural test
  • Two written test
  • Two oral test

 

Ngā Tuakana:

Gives the students the opportunity to challenge themselves in a safe learning environment and to excel in learning Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga.

We support all students with learning Te Reo Māori in and out of the classroom.

Senior students become involve in the wider Māori community which enables them to have a better understanding of what is being taught.

Senior Māori students aim to have the competence in written and oral Māori, this is done through research.

 

Students will be able to ……

Whakarongo

– Listen to and answer question from relevant text

 

Kōrero

– Describe people and places using pictures – speaking on a variety of topics

 

Pānui

– Read a variety of texts and answer questions in English and Māori.

 

Tuhituhi

– Describe people and places in details.

– Write stories using a variety of sentence structures.

 

Tikanga:

– Learn karakia, waiata and Tikanga of Taranaki

 

Aromatawai:

– This is based on Achievement Standards (NCEA)

  Whakarongo Kōrero Pānui Tuhituhi Waihanga Tuhinga
Level 1 AS91085                     1.1

 

Whakarongo kia mōhio ki te reo o tōna ao

 

Whiwhinga: 6        Ā-roto

AS91086                     1.2

 

Kōrero kia whakamahi i te reo o tōna ao

 

Whiwhinga: 6        Ā-roto

AS91087                     1.3

 

Pānui kia mōhio ki te reo o tōna ao

 

Whiwhinga: 6     Ā-waho

AS91088                     1.4

 

Tuhi i te reo o tōna ao

 

 

Whiwhinga: 6     Ā-waho

AS91089                     1.5

 

Waihanga tuhinga i te reo o tōna ao

 

Whiwhinga: 6        Ā-roto

Level 2 AS91284                     2.1

 

Whakarongo kia mōhio ki te reo o te ao torotoro

 

 

Whiwhinga: 4        Ā-roto

AS91285                     2.2

 

Kōrero kia whakamahi i te reo o te ao torotoro

 

 

Whiwhinga: 6        Ā-roto

AS91286                     2.3

 

Pānui kia mōhio ki te reo o te ao torotoro

 

 

Whiwhinga: 6     Ā-waho

AS91287                     2.4

 

Tuhi i te reo o te ao torotoro

 

 

Whiwhinga: 6     Ā-waho

AS91288                     2.5

 

Waihanga tuhinga auaha, i te reo o te ao torotoro

 

Whiwhinga: 6        Ā-roto

Level 3 AS91650                     3.1

 

Whakarongo kia mōhio ki te reo Māori o te ao whānui

 

Whiwhinga: 4        Ā-roto

AS91651                     3.2

 

Kōrero kia whakamahi i te reo Māori o te ao whānui

 

 

Whiwhinga: 6        Ā-roto

AS91652                     3.3

 

Pānui kia mōhio ki te reo Māori o te ao whānui

 

 

Whiwhinga: 6     Ā-waho

AS91653                     3.4

 

Tuhi i te reo Māori o te ao whānui

 

 

Whiwhinga: 6     Ā-waho

AS91654                     3.5

 

Waihanga tuhinga whai take i te reo Māori o te ao whānui

 

Whiwhinga: 6        Ā-roto