13MAO

Level 3 Te Reo Maori

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Whaea I. Wilson

Level 3 Te Reo Maori      MAO 301

  • Full Year Course: This course will cover a wide range of kaupapa Māori through critical analysis and evaluation of each kaupapa area. The following are some of the areas that will be covered. Learning to navigate Te Ao Māori is necessary and invaluable to the successful completion of this level. You will gain an understanding of how knowledge is transmitted, and as a language warrior become an integral part of the solution to the revitalization and the survival of the Native tongue of this country, Aotearoa. Te Reo Māori me ōna Tikanga will enhance your learning journey and add a unique flavour to your experience as a learner. Through these experiences you will navigate your way through the internal aromatawai as part of your preparation to being successful in the external aromatawai. 

        NB: Assessment will be individually chosen from standards available to suit the unique needs of the learner.

  • Pōwhiri/Mihi Whakatau - a study of Pōwhiri & Mihi Whakatau protocols, and Ngā Rerekētanga. This will also include participation in Pōwhiri ā-Kura which is held at the beginning of the year to welcome the Year 9 cohort (waewae tapu - sacred feet) and any other new students or staff members and or whānau to the kura. There will be other opportunities throughout the year for participation in Pōwhiri via the various sports exchanges throughout the academic year. This kaupapa also will explore the roles and responsibilities of the marae ie: Kaikaranga, Kaikōrero, Kaumātua etc.
  • Pūrākau/Pakiwaitara - regional, tribal, & national: summarizing, importance, cultural elements, analysis of imagery and symbolism and the significance to each iwi, hapū, locally and nationally. An overview of how these have a depth of learning and teaching for the survival and well-being of a people.
  • Tangihanga - cultural practices in traditional and contemporary times, unveilings, memorial services, cultural elements from different tribes for example ceremonial adornment - where have these practices and protocols derived from?
  • Tikanga Māori through a Māori worldview - this will be weaved into the 'Uara ā-Kura' (School Values). How does this incorporate in to Māori lore and Philosophies. What is the importance of Tikanga?
  • Kaupapa Māori - current and past - this may include Manu Kōrero, Marae visits, Flava Festival and local places of historical significance. Students at this level will craft a speech suitable to stand at the Regional Manu Kōrero. If successful in class at this level may be selected to represent the kura at regional level. Other opportunities will include visits to all 3 local marae, visits to places of historical significance to the local Mana Whenua (Huirapa) ie: the Kamaka. There may also be a possibility of travel nationally to destinations up North to either Waitangi, Parihaka and/or Te Papa (Wellington).

Topics may include:

A famous person - born after the year 1900.
Waiata /Haka - a waiata /haka composed after the year 1900.
Te Reo Rangatira - an initiative /strategy to support the revitalisation of the Māori language.
A political worldview - a political issue concerning the community, Māori people, New Zealand in General.


Career Pathways

Credit Information

This course is eligible for subject endorsement.

This course is approved for University Entrance.

Total Credits Available: 53 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 12 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 41 credits.

Assessment
Description
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits
UE Literacy Credits
Numeracy Credits
U.S. 32181 v1
NZQA Info
Demonstrate knowledge and expressions of whānaungatanga
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 5
Level 1 Literacy Credits: 0
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0
Numeracy Credits: 0
U.S. 32182 v1
NZQA Info
Demonstrate knowledge and expressions of pukengatanga
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 5
Level 1 Literacy Credits: 0
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0
Numeracy Credits: 0
U.S. 32183 v1
NZQA Info
Demonstrate knowledge and expressions of wairuatanga
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 5
Level 1 Literacy Credits: 0
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0
Numeracy Credits: 0
U.S. 32184 v1
NZQA Info
Demonstrate knowledge and expressions of rangatiratanga
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 5
Level 1 Literacy Credits: 0
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0
Numeracy Credits: 0
U.S. 32185 v1
NZQA Info
Demonstrate knowledge and expressions of manaakitanga
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 5
Level 1 Literacy Credits: 0
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0
Numeracy Credits: 0
A.S. 91650 v2
NZQA Info
Te Reo Māori 3.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo Māori o te ao whanui
4
4
4
4
4
4
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 4
Level 1 Literacy Credits: Y
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0 *
Numeracy Credits: 0
A.S. 91651 v2
NZQA Info
Te Reo Māori 3.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
6
6
6
6
6
6
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 6
Level 1 Literacy Credits: Y
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0 *
Numeracy Credits: 0
A.S. 91652 v2
NZQA Info
Te Reo Māori 3.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo Māori o te ao whanui
6
6
6
6
6
6
Level: 3
Internal or External: External
Credits: 6
Level 1 Literacy Credits: Y
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 6r *
Numeracy Credits: 0
A.S. 91653 v2
NZQA Info
Te Reo Māori 3.4 - Tuhi i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
6
6
6
6
6
6
Level: 3
Internal or External: External
Credits: 6
Level 1 Literacy Credits: Y
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 6w *
Numeracy Credits: 0
A.S. 91654 v2
NZQA Info
Te Reo Māori 3.5 - Waihanga tuhinga whai take i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
6
6
6
6
6
6
Level: 3
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 6
Level 1 Literacy Credits: Y
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 6w *
Numeracy Credits: 0
Credit Summary
Total Credits: 53
Total Level 1 Literacy Credits: 28
Total University Entrance Literacy Credits: 18
Total Numeracy Credits: 0

Approved subject for University Entrance

Number of credits that can be used for overall endorsement: 28

Only students engaged in learning and achievement derived from Te Marautanga o Aotearoa are eligible to be awarded these subjects as part of the requirement for 14 credits in each of three subjects.