Level 2 Te Reo Māori

12TRM
Subject Description

Teacher in Charge:


An Overview of 12MR, 2019

The final event of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, a tōtiti sizzle, pōhiri at the beginning of the year with Year 12s leading, hanging at the bridge, & Rā Haka, ASB Stadium

Te Reo o Te Ao Torotoro is the focus of NCEA Level 2. Ākonga (students) are listening, presenting, reading, speaking, and writing in formal and informal situations about traditional and contemporary issues, that impact the community and the nation. Supported by their own research, ākonga are expressing their ideas and opinions, supported by evidence, on familiar and unfamiliar issues. The course is based on the Whāinga Paetae (achievement objectives) at Level 7 of the NZ Curriculum - go to 'Useful Links' at the bottom of this page for more information.

Ākonga will select three of the five achievement standards on offer, including Kōrero which is compulsory. An additional achievement standard will be offered to ākonga requiring extension. Focussing on three standards across the year will ensure ākonga gain depth in their learning as well as maintaining their well-being across their full academic and co-curricular workload.


Pathway

Level 3 Te Reo Māori

According to Careers NZ, "It's helpful to have knowledge of te reo Māori for jobs such as policy analyst, reporter, editor, librarian or CEO. It’s important to be able to pronounce Māori names and places correctly if you’re a news reader, or television or radio presenter. For jobs such as Kaiwhakaako Māori (Māori medium school teacher), interpreter or translator, you must be fluent in te reo Māori." In terms of small business, "The Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment estimates the Māori economy to be worth $40-$50 billion in 2018, and that figure is growing. Most iwi businesses are in agriculture, forestry or fisheries, but you could also find your dream job in the related legal, marketing, management and science fields, or in one of the many small-to-medium Māori enterprises."

Visit this link https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/media/documents/careers-internships-and-employment/brochures/Careers_Kit_TereoMaori.pdf to see an extensive list of careers where being a reo Māori speaker is an advantage.

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Equipment & Stationery
- BYOD with headphones (for listening exercises)
- 1 x 1B5, 1 x 20 page clearfile, gluestick, scissors, felt-pens

Contributions
The maximum total contribution is $75.00, which includes attending a range of events such as Rā Haka, Māoriland Film Festival, the Regional Māori Speech Competition, plays, the Māori Language Parade, etc.


Recommended Prior Learning

Level 1 Te Reo Māori OR by negotiation with the Kaiako, Te Reo Māori


Credit Information
Assessment
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
A.S. 91284 v3 Te Reo Māori 2.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo o te ao torotoro
2
I
4
Y
A.S. 91285 v3 Te Reo Māori 2.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo o te ao torotoro
2
I
6
Y
A.S. 91286 v2 Te Reo Māori 2.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo o te ao torotoro
2
E
6
Y
6r
A.S. 91287 v2 Te Reo Māori 2.4 - Tuhi i te reo o te ao torotoro
2
E
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91288 v3 Te Reo Māori 2.5 - Waihanga tuhinga auaha, i te reo o te ao torotoro
2
I
6
Y
6w
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 28 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 12 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 16 credits.

Useful Links