13 TE REO MAORI
Teacher in Charge: Matua T. Tauroa
Te Reo is taught holistically and communicatively with listening (whakarongo), speaking (kōrero), reading (pānui) and writing (tuhi) interwoven with tikanga/cultural philosophy and practices. The topics relate to the world of the student and Te Ao Māori (the Māori world). Structures, vocabulary and grammar are covered according to themes and Level 3 NCEA assessment standards.
Class trips might include an overnight stay at a marae, attending a pōwhiri, or an outing to celebrate Matariki (the Māori New Year).
Internal assessment: up to 16 credits. External assessment: up to 12 credits.
Recommended Prior Learning
Year 12 Te Reo or with Curriculum Leader discretion based on proficiency in Te Reo.