SAMPLE PROGRAMME Level 2

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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.
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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.
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