9REO

Year 9 Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga

Course selection will be active from the 14th August 2020.

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: R. Ruka

Tuakiri - Ko wai ahau

This Year 9 Te Reo Māori course is an introduction into Te ao Māori and will provide the foundations of their identity, it is important for them to understand who they are and where they are from.  

This programme will give them a look from a 'Māori World view'.  Ākonga will study the following kaupapa:

  • Pepeha and Whakapapa - Ko wai ahau (Who am I), Nō hea ahau (Where am I from), Tōku whānau (My family)
  • Kura karakia - Te Timatanga
  • Ranginui and Papatuānuku - Te Orokohanga, understanding the creation in 'Te Ao Māori'
  • Ngā atua Māori - The children of Ranginui and Papatuānuku
  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi - An introduction into the Treaty of Waitangi
  • Te Whare o Te Rau Aroha - An introduction to parts of our whare and the meanings of our whakairo

                                       

     

                                                




Course Overview

Term 1
Ko Te Tiriti o Waitangi te kaupapa (Theme)

Pepeha and Whakapapa - Ko wai ahau (Who am I), Nō hea ahau (Where am I from), Tōku whānau (My family)
Kura karakia - Te Timatanga
Ranginui and Papatuānuku - Te Orokohanga, understanding the creation in 'Te Ao Māori'
Ngā atua Māori - The children of Ranginui and Papatuānuku
Te Tiriti o Waitangi - An introduction into the Treaty of Waitangi
Te Whare o Te Rau Aroha - An introduction to parts of our whare and the meanings of our whakairo

Term 2
Ko Matariki rāua ko Puanga ngā kaupapa (Theme)

Pepeha and Whakapapa - Ko wai ahau (Who am I), Nō hea ahau (Where am I from), Tōku whānau (My family)
Kura karakia - Te Timatanga
Ranginui and Papatuānuku - Te Orokohanga, understanding the creation in 'Te Ao Māori'
Ngā atua Māori - The children of Ranginui and Papatuānuku
Matariki rāua ko Puanga - An introduction into the Matariki.
Te Whare o Te Rau Aroha - An introduction to parts of our whare and the meanings of our whakairo

Term 3
Ko Te Whakaputanga o ngā Rangatira te kaupapa (Theme)

Pepeha and Whakapapa - Ko wai ahau (Who am I), Nō hea ahau (Where am I from), Tōku whānau (My family)
Kura karakia - Te Timatanga
Ranginui and Papatuānuku - Te Orokohanga, understanding the creation in 'Te Ao Māori'
Ngā atua Māori - The children of Ranginui and Papatuānuku
Te Whakaputanga - An introduction into The Declaration of Independence and what it means.
Te Whare o Te Rau Aroha - An introduction to parts of our whare and the meanings of our whakairo

Contributions and Equipment

All students need: pens, pencils, ruler, eraser, glue stick, highlighters, coloured pencils, scissors for all classes.

Specific requirements are as follows:
1 1B8 Exercise Book

Recommended Prior Learning

Open Entry

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