LEVEL 2 RESOURCES 2.1 SAMPLE PROGRAMME Level 2 this programme is intended as a model teachers are encouraged to use their own programmes or adapt the model to their own teaching situations this programme meets the requirements of the Year 12 presription and requirements for Unit Standards at Level 2 this programme is intended for learners of Māori as a second language who have studied Māori in Year 11 LEVEL 2 RESOURCES 2.2 YEAR 12 TE REO MĀORI PROGRAMME UNIT OF LEARNING Whakapapa TOPIC Ngā Tātai Hono Family Tree Tūrangawaewae Tō Mātou Rohe Local District Logbook Tikanga UNIT OF LEARNING Te Ao Hurihuri Ngā Kōrero o Nehera Logbook UNIT OF LEARNING Tangata Rongonui TOPIC The Treaty of Waitangi 1840 present day Ngā Tamariki A Rangi Rāua Ko Papa Tikanga TOPIC Own Selection Ngā Mahi -āRehia Te Whare Tāpere UNIT OF LEARNING Ngā Mahi -āRinga TOPIC Harakeke Whakairo Raranga TERM ONE OBJECTIVES Have confidence to explain a family tree, relationships and kinship ties. Develop research and interviewing skills. Investigate local history, stories, people, important events/activities, traditional ceremonies Describe the area, landmarks. Record involvement in activities within the school and community. TERM TWO OBJECTIVES Investigate historical context, developments, protest, leaders, raupatu, greivances, compensation, associated mōteatea, waiata, poetry Read and discuss stories, storytelling, script a play , perform with confidence Record involvement in activities within the school and community TERM THREE OBJECTIVES Describe and recount physical characteristics, personality, deeds of ancestors particular to the area. Investigate a theme or idea in Māori media (film, T.V programmes, magazines, radio broadcasting) literature and waiata. TERM FOUR OBJECTIVES Learn how to make a craft object. Organise an exhibition of class objects with a kaumatua/kuia from the community. © New Zealand Qualifications Authority - All rights reserved OUTCOMES Produce a visual chart and oral presentation of own genealogy. Produce an historical and geographical study of the area or own tribal history. Involvement in Māori activities OUTCOMES Produce a research report on an aspect of the Treaty. Te Ao Māori Project Produce a script and dramatise a chosen story for performance Involvement in Māori activities OUTCOMES Produce a study on a well known person of own choice. Produce a video, magazine, radio programme for the local area on a chosen aspect. OUTCOMES Produce a piece of craft work and give an oral presentation. Take part in an exhibition hui.