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  • Māori Achieving Success as Māori

    ...a. Resources and ideas for supporting Māori learners to be successful as Māori, shared on list by Jason Ruak...p; What does literacy look like for Māori learners outside the classroo...e.com/watch?v=nY0NV2mO2oM   A Māori Focused Resource for English...

  • Te kōwhiri kaitākaro

    ...Kīanga Māori Pākeha...u  Te hononga: Te Reo Māori - Ngā Whakamārama  ...aputaina e Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori, te tino rauemi e whakaatu an...ga o Aotearoa:   Te Reo Māori - Taumata 3   Hei...

  • Thinking Together - Culturally Responsive Ideas for Science

    (click on the images to visit these links) Traditionally people all over the world and through time have told stories about natural phenomena to try to explain...

  • Cooking with steam.

    There is a long tradition of cooking with steam in maori life.  If we look wider this idea occurs in various forms across the Pacific - umu, luau. We have pr...

  • Poutini me te Pounamu

    APPENDIX 2. MĀORI PLAY - HE PŪRĀKAU MĀORI Kaikōrero He kōrero tēnei mō te pounamu i te Tai Poutini.  Ko Tamaahua tēnei. He tāne kaha ia, he pukumahi hoki.&...

  • Survival Phrases

    ...acher He ākonga au I'm a student Tātakihia mai te kupu ... How do you spell.... He aha te kupu Māori mō.... What is the Māori word for… He...

  • 24th March

    ...s.  Bev certainly gets the chocolate fish this week for keeping us thinking about our own practice.   We also shared Jason's Māori learners' update an...

  • Choosing the virtual fieldtrip and reading the background information

    The LEARNZ website and participation in the virtual fieldtrips is available free to all NZ schools.  The only time a cost is incurred is when your class decides t...

  • Harakeke

    Harakeke is a very important plant that the Maori people use in a varierty of ways to furnish their lives and clothe their bodies.  Their use of the plants is g...

  • Waka

    ...u look up waka in "Te Ara - the encyclopedia of Aotearoa" it says: "New Zealand’s abundance of wide-girthed trees such as tōtara meant that Māori could build much more diverse...