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When needing to write my mihi or supporting others, this is a useful resource to guide you through the process. Me timata tātou ki te kōrerotia, ki te mihia ēnei mihimihi i ngā wā, i ngā wāhi katoa! Primary Teaching, Teaching Activities, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Maori Symbols, Learning Stories, Zealand Tattoo, Maori Designs, Maori Art

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“Ngā mihi whanau! Me timata tātou ki te kōrerotia, ki te mihia ēnei mihimihi i ngā wā, i ngā wāhi katoa! Mauri Ora!”

Everything flows from the mountain, through the river. Then the people settle, so this is the order in which we say our mini. Below is the template we have used to write our mihi's. School Resources, Learning Resources, Learning Stories, Maori Songs, Treaty Of Waitangi, Waitangi Day, Maori Patterns, Single Sein, Primary Teaching

Writing a Mihi

Everything flows from the mountain, through the river. Then the people settle, so this is the order in which we say our mini. Below is the template we have used to write our mihi's.

How body language indicates learning styles Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Methods, Study Skills, Life Skills, Types Of Learners, Learning Theory, School Study Tips, Instructional Design

Learning styles and body language.

How body language indicates learning styles For intaking information A visual learner usually sits up very straight and follows the presenter around with her eyes. An auditory learner often softly repeats to herself words spoken by the presenter, or nods her head a lot when the facilitator is presenting spoken information. An auditory learner often “plays a cassette in her head” when she is trying to retrieve information so she may be staring off into space when she does this. A…

The Treaty of Waitangi is an inherent part of our practice where Tikanga and te reo are woven into the fabric of our day.here are our kara. Maori Songs, Treaty Of Waitangi, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Teaching Resources

Opening and closing Karakia

The Treaty of Waitangi is an inherent part of our practice where Tikanga and te reo are woven into the fabric of our day...here are our kara...

Springston Te Reo : More karakia for class. Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Primary Teaching, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Kids Songs, Childhood Education

More karakia for class.

Here are a couple more karakia to use. The first one starts the day and the second one I use to encourage the kids to be adventurous becaus...

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Maori Whakatauki , Maori Proverbs

Posters with Maori Proverbs. Contains 20 posters with Maori proverbs perfect for mainstream or immersion classrooms. All pages in colour.Suitable for mainstream or immersion classesIncluded are A4 sized full colour:- Header poster 'Whakataukī o te wiki (whakatauki of the week)- Bilingual posters x 2...

Love people, in spite of who they are. - Maori proverb Kia hora te marino, Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana, kia tere te Kārohirohi i mua i tōu huarahi. May the calm be widespread. Maori Words, Maori Symbols, Hawaiian Tribal, Hawaiian Tattoo, Social Practice, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Nordic Tattoo, Proverbs Quotes

Māori Proverbs

I am neither Māori nor Kiwi, so this presentation is an outsider’s summary of New Zealand’s awesome Māori culture, particularly its language. Comments are welc…

At Otonga we learn a new Whakatauki (M?ori proverb) each term and explore ways that we can depict the meaning through our learning and s. Maori Words, Teaching Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Resources, Classroom Ideas, Learning Stories, Maori Designs, Art Worksheets

Whakatauki Term 3

At Otonga, we learn a new Whakatauki (Māori proverb) each term, and explore ways that we can depict the meaning through our learning, and social interactions. This term, our focus is team work, and working together. Room 8 are very good at pronouncing our Whakatauki, and saying what it means. Ka Rawe!