This programme aims to increase the number of speakers in conversational Te Reo Māori across all generations. You will examine aspects of tikanga Māori through activities especially designed to encourage communication in Māori. These will include a combination of formal and informal situations such as Hui, Powhiri and Noho Marae.
WTMTA332.2 Reremahi Poto
WTMTA333.2 Tiaki Tamariki
He Oati mo te Tau Hou
WTMTA334.2 He Haerenga Hikaka - He Mahi
Discuss and use sentence structures about actions in the past, present and that will happen in the future.
Discuss and use sentence structures about actions that are not happening, that did not happen and that will not happen.
Use appropriate vocabulary.
Identify and explain the parts of the day.
Discuss and use sentence structures about actions that have not yet happened.
Ask and answer questions about future possibility, positively and negatively.
Te Purei Kari
WTMTA335.2 He Tohutohu
Te Purei Poka
Te Purei Kêmu Ika
WTMTA336.2 Te Whare i Hangaia e Haki
He Maunga Teitei
He Maunga Teitei
WTMTA337.2 Te Kaha o te Hinengaro
WTMTA338.2 Ngâ Tûmanako me ngâ
Understand and give out instructions using passive commands.
Ask and answer questions about a preferred quantity.
Ask and answer questions about who currently has something in their possession.
Extend and apply knowledge of vocabulary about family relationships.
Apply past, present and future tenses in the passive voice.
Identify and discuss differences between active and passive sentences.
Demonstrate ability to express ability and inability to do certain actions.
Demonstrate ability to differentiate between open and closed questions in Māori and English.
Demonstrate ability to use intonation to distinguish statements from questions.
Demonstrate understanding of the use of prefixes in Te Reo Māori.
Te Whei Ao
Pitopito Kôrero o te Wâ
WTMTA415.2 He Aituâ
He Aha ki Tua?
WTMTA416.2 Whakatika Whare
Ngâ Wâ kei te Tû Mai
Demonstrate ability to join ideas to form coherent sentences.
Demonstrate understanding of oral traditions and their significance.
Articulate ideas in past, present and future.
Demonstrate ability to speak about events in the future.
Demonstrate understanding and use of warnings in Māori.
Te Ao Marama
WTMTA417.2 A me te O
Na me te Nô
Ma me te Mô
WTMTA418.2 Te Noho Têneti
WTMTA419.2 He Aha te Rerekê
Te Kai Pâreti
Pêhea te pai?
Distinguish and understand the ‘a’ and ‘o’ categories.
Articulate ideas on a range of subjects.
Demonstrate ability to compare objects and people.
Demonstrate ability to describe various degrees of quality.
Students (tauira) must be at least 16 years of age or older upon enrolment and will demonstrate a positive and genuine interest in learning Te Reo Māori. Understand fully the requirements as tauira to complete the contact learning and self directed learning components of the programme. Support the kaupapa of Te Reo Māori and Southern Institute of Technology. Fully understand and comply with the Zero Fee Scheme policy and criteria for this programme. Have completed the Certificate in Te Ara Reo Māori or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills which indicate likelihood of successful completion of the programme.