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Tirohanga Whānui - Te Haerenga / Te Hopuni

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Whāia te hononga:

Kīanga

Māori

Pākeha

 

Ngā whakaritenga, whakamahukitanga

Haerenga

Kīwaha


 

Kei konā au

Ao ake i te ata

I am with you with that one

Early morning

Whakataukī

He waka eke noa

All in it together

Kupu whakarite

He rangi mokopuna

A beautiful winter’s morning

Aronga reo

Kupu tūpou  

Koe

Ahau

Kōrua

Koutou

Rātou

Mātou

You                            

Me

You two

Everyone - You all      

All of them over there

All of us here

Ngohe:

 

TMoA Doc

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa:

Hei tauira noa iho:  Mā te kaiako e whakahāngai atu ki (t)ōna reanga.

Hei mahi 1:

Whakarite i tētehi rārangi taputapu mō te haere ki te hopuni.

Prepare a gear list for your camping trip.  

Hei mahi 2:

Tuhi i tētehi taki kōrero mō tētehi wā kua haere koe me tō whānau, ko tō kura rānei ki te hopuni. Kōrero mō te wāhi i noho koe me ētehi o ngā mahi i mahia.

Write a recount about a time you went on camp with your family or school.

Talk about where you went and the things you did.

TMoA: Hononga ki taumata 3-4

Curriculum: Links to levels 3-4

Whāia te hononga:

Kīanga

Māori

Pākeha

 

Te haere mā runga pahi

Haerenga1


 

Kīwaha

He tata mate, he roa taihoa

 

Tapatahi ana!

Get your A in to G

 

Awesome!

Whakataukī

He awhi tētahi i tētahi, me noho tahi, tēnā pea ka tika

To help each other, discuss together then things may come right

Kupu whakarite

E moe tonu ana te tohetaka.

 

He tangata moe roa.

Someone who oversleeps and misses out on important things

Aronga reo

tahi

kotahi

moe tahi

noho tahi

tahitahi

kītahi

Use of tahi with different meanings

Ngohe:

 

TMoA Doc

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa:

Hei tauira noa iho:  Mā te kaiako e whakahāngai atu ki (t)ōna reanga.

Hei mahi 1:

Hei mahi takirua, titoa tētehi waiata poto, rotarota poto rānei e pā ana ki tētehi haerenga hei waiata ki runga i te pahi.

In pairs, compose a short song or poem about a trip to sing on the bus.

Hei mahi 2:

Tāpiritia he rangi, he taki rānei ki tō waiata/rotarota hei whakaatu, whakaako hoki pea, ki te whai tāima, ki te karaehe.

Add a tune or a beat to your song or poem to show and if you get time to teach, to your class.

TMoA: Hononga ki taumata 3-4

Curriculum: Links to levels 3-4

Whāia te hononga:

Kīanga

Māori

Pākeha

 

Te haere ki tātahi

Haerenga3

Kīwaha

Koinā te hāngai!

 

He kōrero ahiahi

 

He marae tangata

That’s the one! You’re right on track!

Meaningless but enjoyable conversation

Hosts supreme

Whakataukī

Tangaroa pūkanohi nui

“Big-eyed Tangaroa” – The God of the sea can observe all that we do and hear all we say

Kupu whakarite

Me he tātarakihi e papā ana i te waru

Like a cicada at the height of summer

Aronga reo

Raupapa kōrero

Ngā momo kauhoe

Sequencing

Swimming strokes

Ngohe:

 

TMoA Doc

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa:

Hei tauira noa iho:  Mā te kaiako e whakahāngai atu ki (t)ōna reanga.

Hei mahi 1:

Tāngia he pikitia nui e whakamārama ana me pēwhea te kawe i taua momo kauhoe.

Choose a style of swimming. Design a poster explaining how to carry out that particular swimming stroke.

Hei mahi 2:

Waihanga i tētehi ruinga pepa e whakaatu ana i ngā painga o te ako ki te kauhoe mō ngā pēpi tae noa ki ngā pakeke. Tirohia te movenote mō ētahi kōrero āwhina.

Design a pamphlet showing the benefits of learning to swim for everyone from babies to adults. Look at the movenote for some ideas to help you.

TMoA: Hononga ki taumata 3-4

Curriculum: Links to levels 3-4

Whāia te hononga:

Kīanga

Māori

Pākeha

 

Te hīkoi roa / Te tiro tūtohu whenua

 

Haerenga4

Kīwaha


 

Kua hē te manawa

Kei kō tata atu

Kia kitea te waewae tangata

Out of breath

A little further on

At daylight

Whakataukī

Ko Tainui Awhiro, ngunguru i te pō, ngunguru i te ao




 

 

 

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini

Tainui, with the continual grumbling sounds heard day and night from the sea. Here, a metaphorical saying which compares the grumbles and moans of the local people

 

 

Success is not achieved by the work of one, but by the work of many

Kupu whakarite

He whenua rangatira

A land at peace

Aronga reo

Ngā āhuatanga o te hīkoi ki rō ngahere, pukepuke hoki, arā ko ngā kupu āhua

Describing a bush walk

Use of descriptive words

Ngohe:

 

TMoA Doc

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa:

Hei tauira noa iho:  Mā te kaiako e whakahāngai atu ki (t)ōna reanga.

Hei mahi 1:

He mahi toi: tāngia he pikitia o tētahi wāhi puihi e mōhio nei koe, tata rānei ki tōkura. Whakaarohiangā tae, me te āhua o ngā puihi.  Tērā pea ka hiahia noa iho te mahi a pene rākau - whakaarohia hoki te āhua ki te kaitara me te kauruku.

Art task; draw a picture of a bush area that you know of or that is close to your school.Consider colours and what the bush looks like. You may like to just use pencil - also think about shading and textures.

Hei mahi 2:

 

He mahi toi: tāngia he tohu ārahi mō te hīkoi ki rō puihi ki runga i tētahi pepa A3.  Whakaaro ake mēnā kei te tā i tētahi tohu whakamārama (mō te puihi, mō ētahi o ngā rākau otaota, te hītori o te wāhi rānei), i tētahi tohu whakatūpato rānei.

Art task; design Signpost for walking in the bush on an A3 paper. Think about whether or not you are doing a sign explaining the area (about the bush, the trees and plants or about the history of the place) or a warning sign.

TMoA: Hononga ki taumata 3-4

Curriculum: Links to levels 3-4

Whāia te hononga:

Kīanga

Māori

Pākeha

 

Te pō kanikani

 

Haerenga5

Kīwaha


 

E kainamu ake nei  

 

Nōku te whiwhi

It’s getting close to…

 

I’m the lucky one

Whakataukī

Ko te whai wawewawe a Māui

 

 

Ko Hinetītama koe (kōrua), matawai ana te whatu i te tirohanga.

The quick whai play of Māui, originating in Māui’s skill at the game of cat's’ cradle.

 

You are like Hinetītama, the eyes glisten at the sight of you. A beautiful woman is compared to the dawn maiden.

Kupu whakarite

Iho pūmanawa

Someone with natural talent and intuitive cleverness

Aronga reo

Te kōrero mō te āhua o te tangata

Describing how someone looks

Ngohe:

 

TMoA Doc

Te Marautanga o Aotearoa:

Hei tauira noa iho:  Mā te kaiako e whakahāngai atu ki (t)ōna reanga.

Hei mahi 1:

Whakarite i tētehi rārangi waiata mō te pō kanikani. Whiriwhiri i ngā waiata e 25 e tino pai ana ki a koe.

Prepare a song list for the dance. Choose 25 of your favourite songs.

Hei mahi 2:

Waihanga i tētehi pōwhiri kia haere atu ngā kura o tō rohe ki tō koutou pō kanikani. Whakaarohiaēnei; Hei āwhea? Ki whea? Te kaupapa o te pō?

Design an invitation for the schools in your area to come to your dance. Consider these;

When? Where? Theme for the night?

TMoA: Hononga ki taumata 3-4

Curriculum: Links to levels 3-4