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Learning and teaching Māori

Toby Hapimana Rikihana

Learning and teaching Māori

with a guide to the Kōrero Māori readers

by Toby Hapimana Rikihana

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Published by Heinemann Educational in [Auckland] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maori language -- Study and teaching.,
  • Maori language -- Grammar.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementT. Rikihana.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL6465 .R5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. ;
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4611519M
    ISBN 10086863560X
    LC Control Number77375272
    OCLC/WorldCa3541753

    Abstract. This chapter seeks to illustrate the transformative potential of local Indigenous knowledges pertaining to birth and mothering. In Aotearoa New Zealand, Māori (Indigenous peoples of New Zealand) stories, knowledges and traditions can serve to reconceptualise dominant maternities and ultimately transform the lived realities of women, their babies and their families. The LIM E Network is a dynamic network dedicated to ensuring the quality and effectiveness of teaching and learning of Indigenous health in medical education, as well as best practice in the.

    What are the teaching benefits of our Te Reo Māori resources? Try out some of these Te Reo Māori resources for free and see how Twinkl can help make teaching easier. You will find fantastic worksheets and PowerPoints to help your tamariki (children) learn Te Reo. Decorate your classroom with our lovely Te Reo Māori posters. Graduating Teachers understand how contextual factors influence teaching and learning a. have an understanding of the complex influences that personal, social and cultural factors may have on teachers and learners b. have knowledge of tikanga and the reo Māori to work effectively within the bicultural contexts of Aotearoa New Zealand.

    Scotty comes from a teaching background, and also authored two books on learning Te Reo Māori, a phrasebook and ‘Māori made easy’. Te Reo Māori is at the heart of all of Scotty’s work, which has seen him perform at the Globe Theatre in London, present to The Oxford Round Table, win waiata composition awards, and also be appointed. Ka Mau te Wehi! is based on levels 1 and 2 of the draft Te Reo Māori in the New Zealand Curriculum The resource contains 20 units of work, each having a distinct theme and providing fun opportunities to learn and practise new language.


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