Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts | Maori Posters

23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms

Waitangi National Trust - Matariki Fesitval Matariki is the Māori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades. It rises just once a year, this year on the 28th June and signals the start of the Māori New Year. Matariki Festival will be held at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds from the 28th June till the 6th July. - See more at: http://www.waitangi.org.nz/events/

Waitangi National Trust - Matariki Fesitval Matariki is the Māori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades. It rises just once a year.

Karakia Whakamutunga

Te Roopū whanau minutes 12 March - 2015 Whanau arrived between and Rosie started with karakia - then we had a kai Whanau members p.

The study of Maori history-Te takanga o te wa, meets the aspirations of the NZC the curriculum principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, inclusion, and cultural diversity, and the core curriculum values. It allows us to understand what makes Aotearoa New Zealand distinctive and unique.This resource helps konga to understand how the past has shaped us and to look to the past to inform the present.#waitangi#maorihistory#nzhistory#socialstudies…

33 Maori Words Every New Zealand Learner Should Know

The study of Maori history-Te takanga o te wa, meets the aspirations of the NZC the curriculum principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, inclusion, and cultural diversity, and the core curriculum values. It allows us to understand what makes Aotearoa New Zealand distinctive and unique.This resource helps konga to understand how the past has shaped us and to look to the past to inform the present.#waitangi#maorihistory#nzhistory#socialstudies…

Waitangi flagpole, Treaty Grounds, Waitangi, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Waitangi flagpole, Treaty Grounds, Waitangi, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Te reo Māori resource-Treaty of Waitangi. Explores the principles and how to use them in your teaching practice.

We all know the importance of reflecting the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi in the classroom, but what exactly does this mean and how do we know if we’re getting it right? Michele Coxhead, from The Māori Classroom, explains.

The new best seller - Written in partnership by educators Edith Chaney and Susan Battye, is engaging and easy-to-use. This new resources supports schools to look at how they can enact the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi at a governance and leadership level, at a whole school level, and at a classroom level. It uses examples from New Zealand schools to demonstrate how this might be achieved.

Working with the Principles of Treaty of Waitangi in Schools. Written by educators Edith Chaney and Susan Battye, this top seller explores NZ's founding document.


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