Te Reo

Te Reo

E nga mana e nga reo e nga karangatanga maha o te motu tena ra koutou katoa. Te Reo is one of the three National languages of our country, along with English and the NZ Sign Language.

Our Te Reo staff for 2017 are: Danna Robson and Remihana Emery.

Within Te Reo the following subjects are offered:

 

Level 2 Tikanga

This course gives students the opportunity to learn about Maori culture. It covers a wide range of aspects which inform students of aspects of Maori rules, laws, lore and beliefs. The unit standards covered in this course come from a range of curriculum areas.

Level 3 Tikanga

This course gives students an indepth understanding of Maori culture. It covers a wide range of aspects which inspire and inform students of all aspects of Maori thought systems, social structures, laws, lore and beliefs. The unit standards available for this course come from a variety of curriculum areas.

All students of all year levels are able to join the Kaiapoi High School Kapahaka ropu. The Kapahaka ropu is heavily involved in greeting the various visitors that come to our school. We also participate in the annual North Canterbury Kapahaka Celebration. Those students that perform at this Celebration are able to gain Kapahaka unit standards. Students are expected to practice at least once a week during their own time and are allowed a certain amount of class time as well. Prior to major events the students will be expected to wananga (intense workshops) during their own time to prepare.

Te Reo Levels

 

This is an introductory course of Te Reo. Year 9 will be working within levels 1 and 2 of the new Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Maori in English-medium schools.The emphasis in this course is on the six Nga Ara Reo (language modes).

  • Whakarongo (listening)
  • Panui (reading)
  • Matakitaki (viewing)
  • Korero (speaking)
  • Tuhituhi (writing)
  • Whakaatu (presenting)

The students should be able to reach these Nga Whainga Paetae (Achievement Objectives).

  • 1.1 – greet, farewell and acknowledge people and respond to greetings and acknowledgements.
  • 1.2 – introduce themselves and others and respond to introductions.
  • 1.3 – communicate about numbers, using days of the week, months and dates.
  • 1.4 – communicate about personal information such as name, parents’ and grandparents’ names, iwi, hapu, mountain and river, home town and place of family origin.
  • 1.5 – communicate about location.
  • 1.6 – understand and use simple politeness conventions (for example, ways of acknowledging people, expressing regret and complimenting people).
  • 1.7 – use and respond to simple classroom language (including asking for the word to express something in Te Reo Maori).
  • 2.1 – communicate about relationships between people.
  • 2.2 – communicate about possessions.
  • 2.3 – communicate about likes and dislikes, giving reasons where appropriate.
  • 2.4 – communicate about time, weather and seasons.
  • 2.5 – communicate about physical characteristics, personality and feelings.

Students will also be introduced to Tikanga Maori.

This is an extended course of Te Reo. Year 10 will be working within levels 3 and 4 of the new Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Maori in English-medium schools.The emphasis in this course is on the six Nga Ara Reo (language modes).

  • Whakarongo (listening)
  • Panui (reading)
  • Matakitaki (viewing)
  • Korero (speaking)
  • Tuhituhi (writing)
  • Whakaatu (presenting)

The students should be able to reach these Nga Whainga Paetae (Achievement Objectives).

  • 3.1 – communicate, compare and contrast habits, routines and customs.
  • 3.2 – communicate about events and where they take place.
  • 3.3 – give and follow directions.
  • 3.4 – communicate, compare and contrast how people travel.
  • 3.5 – communicate about immediate past activities.
  • 4.1 – request, offer, accept and decline things, invitations and suggestions.
  • 4.2 – communicate about plans for the immediate future.
  • 4.3 – communicate about obligations and responsibilities.
  • 4.4 – give and seek permission or agreement.
  • 4.5 – communicate about the quality, quantity and cost of things.

Students expand their knowledge of Tikanga Maori.

This course expands on the Te Reo learnt in the previous years. Level 1 will be working within levels 5 and 6 of the new Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Maori in English-medium schools. The emphasis in this course is on the six Nga Ara Reo (language modes).

  • Whakarongo (listening)
  • Panui (reading)
  • Matakitaki (viewing)
  • Korero (speaking)
  • Tuhituhi (writing)
  • Whakaatu (presenting)

The students should be able to reach these Nga Whainga Paetae (Achievement Objectives).

  • 5.1 – communicate about past activities and events.
  • 5.2 – communicate about present and past states, feelings and opinions.
  • 5.3 – communicate about past habits and routines.
  • 5.4 – describe, compare and contrast people, places and things.
  • 6.1 – give and follow instructions.
  • 6.2 – communicate about problems and solutions.
  • 6.3 – communicate about immediate plans, hopes, wishes and intentions.
  • 6.4 – communicate in formal situations.

Both Achievement and Unit Standards are offered in this course.

This course expands on the Te Reo learnt in Level 1. Level 2 will be working within levels 6 and 7 of the new Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Maori in English-medium schools. The emphasis in this course is on the six Nga Ara Reo (language modes).

  • Whakarongo (listening)
  • Panui (reading)
  • Matakitaki (viewing)
  • Korero (speaking)
  • Tuhituhi (writing)
  • Whakaatu (presenting)

The students should be able to reach these Nga Whainga Paetae (Achievement Objectives).

  • 6.1 – give and follow instructions.
  • 6.2 – communicate about problems and solutions.
  • 6.3 – communicate about immediate plans, hopes, wishes and intentions.
  • 6.4 – communicate in formal situations.
  • 7.1 – communicate about future plans.
  • 7.2 – offer and respond to advice, warnings and suggestions.
  • 7.3 – express and respond to approval and disapproval, agreement and disagreement.
  • 7.4 – offer and respond to information and opinions, giving reasons.
  • 7.5 – read about and recount actual or imagined events in the past.

Both Achievement and Unit Standards are offered in this course.

This course expands on the Te Reo learnt in Level 2. Level 3 will be working within level 8 of the new Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Maori in English-medium schools. The emphasis in this course is on the six Nga Ara Reo (language modes).

  • Whakarongo (listening)
  • Panui (reading)
  • Matakitaki (viewing)
  • Korero (speaking)
  • Tuhituhi (writing)
  • Whakaatu (presenting)

The students should be able to reach these Nga Whainga Paetae (Achievement Objectives).

  • 8.1 – communicate about certainty and uncertainty, possibility and probability.
  • 8.2 – develop an argument or point of view with reasons.
  • 8.3 – recount a series of events to inform, persuade or entertain.
  • 8.4 – communicate the same information in different ways for different audiences.
  • 8.5 – respond to selected and adapted texts in Te Reo and Tikanga Maori ( for example, texts from recorded speeches, literature, film, newspapers, magazines, television, video, DVD and radio).

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