Te Reo Beginners Class - Takahē

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Homework Takahē

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Term 2

 

Wed 22 May 2019

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Ko ta tātou kīwaha (our saying)

akona (learn it), Whakamahia (use it), pupuritia kia mau, (grasp and hold onto it).

The meaning is to learn the reo, use the reo and to grasp and hold on to the reo.

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NOTE: CONTNUE TO CHECK OUT THE REVISION LESSONS:

Click HERE for Revision Lessons or use the tabs.

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Tēnā koutou e hoa mā, this is your mahi kāinga (homework) for this week.

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1.  Continue to put your information on the sheet about introducing a friend referenced on page 23 in workbook 1.

Note: Matua Tū would prefer you use tōna/ōna instead of te/ngā sorry for the confusion e hoa mā.

Introduce a friend sheet (new)

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2. For those who haven't done their interview, it will happen next week.

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3. Continue to familiarize yourself with the new waiata and karakia for this term follow along with your himene and karakia books, Keep paracticing what you have learned for the actions for the waiata.

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E Te Ariki (actions)

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Himene/Waiata

E Te Ariki (our new song, himene/waiata book Pg 10)

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Karakia:

E Te Matua Kaha Rawa (beginning prayer, karakia book Pg 3)

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E Te Ariki (prayer for kai, karakia book Pg 8)

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E Te Atua O Mātou (ending prayer karakia book Pg 6)

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Kia Kaha e hoa mā (go hard friends).

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4. In Class Lesson

Part 1

a) The class presented their questions they had to prepare from the whakapapa sheet.

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Examples:

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Question: ko wai te koro o Rewi?

Translation: Who is the Grandfather of Dave

Answer: Ko Hōhepa

Translation: Joseph

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Question: Ko wai te tungane ki a Āni?

Translation: Who is Anne’s brother

Answer: Ko Timoti

Translation: Timothy

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Part 1 22 May 2019

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Part 2

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b) After the break the students were interviewed ( see page 22 in workbook 1).

 

c) Introducing a friend was explained a bit more by matua Tū, with another new sheet handed out, (sorry) your answer will be the same but the end part will be diferent Tōna/ōna. These will be presented in 2 more weeks.

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Takahē Part 2 22 May 2019

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Wed 15 May 2019

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Ko ta tātou kīwaha (our saying)

akona (learn it), Whakamahia (use it), pupuritia kia mau, (grasp and hold onto it).

The meaning is to learn the reo, use the reo and to grasp and hold on to the reo.

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NOTE: CONTNUE TO CHECK OUT THE REVISION LESSONS:

Click HERE for Revision Lessons or use the tabs.

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Tēnā koutou e hoa mā, this is your mahi kāinga (homework) for this week.

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1. Take the whakapapa sheet home and make 5 questions out of the whakapapa given out tonight following the format you just learned.

Whakapapa Sheet

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2. Go over page 22, finish it and bring it back next week.

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3. Continue to put your information on the sheet about introducing a friend referenced on page 23 in workbook 1, absent students will have to wait till next week to pair up and gather info.

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Note:  the sheet handed out in class has mistakes, please download and print the updated copy below or copy it by hand if you have no printer

Introduce a friend sheet

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Friend sheet explanation: below is an atempt at explaning a few things about this exercise and sheet, hopefuly it clarifies a few things.

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3. Continue to familiarize yourself with the new waiata and karakia for this term follow along with your himene and karakia books, remeber next week we will be learning the actions to the waiata E Te Ariki.

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E Te Ariki (actions)

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Himene/Waiata

E Te Ariki (our new song, himene/waiata book Pg 10)

Download now

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Karakia:

E Te Matua Kaha Rawa (beginning prayer, karakia book Pg 3)

Download now

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E Te Ariki (prayer for kai, karakia book Pg 8)

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E Te Atua O Mātou (ending prayer karakia book Pg 6)

Download now

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Kia Kaha e hoa mā (go hard friends).

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4. In Class Lesson

Part 1

a) Students who hadn't handed in there homework from the previous week did so, to be marked by Matua.

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b) The class went over page 20.

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c) The class were given a whakapapa sheet, Matua then asked questions about the whakapapa and students answered them.

Whakapapa Sheet

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New words for whakapapa:

Mataamua= oldest child

Pōtiki= you younget child

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Part 1 15 May 2019

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Part 2

d) After the break the class went over page 24, then an activity sheet was handed out. Students were to answer the questions on the activity sheet, using page 24 to help answer them.

Activity Sheet

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e) The class translated page 24 into English, students translated what matua Tū said in te reo to english.

 

f) The class then broke into pairs and gathered information about each other to present to the class in a couple of weeks.

a sheet was handed out to write responses.

Introduce friend sheet

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Takahē Part 2 15 May 2019

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Wed 08 May 2019

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Ko ta tātou kīwaha (our saying)

akona (learn it), Whakamahia (use it), pupuritia kia mau, (grasp and hold onto it).

The meaning is to learn the reo, use the reo and to grasp and hold on to the reo.

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NOTE: CONTNUE TO CHECK OUT THE REVISION LESSONS: Revision lesson for asking and saying how many things there are is now uploaded.

Click HERE for Revision Lessons or use the tabs.

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Tēnā koutou e hoa mā, this is your mahi kāinga (homework) for this week.

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1. Go through pg 20 and 21.

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2. Complete the homework book from last week and bring it back for marking.

Homework Workbook

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3. Continue to familiarize yourself with the new waiata and karakia for this term follow along with your himene and karakia books, remeber in a few weeks we will be learning the actions to the waiata E Te Ariki. video is added.

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E Te Ariki (actions)

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Himene/Waiata

E Te Ariki (our new song, himene/waiata book Pg 10)

Download now

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Karakia:

E Te Matua Kaha Rawa (beginning prayer, karakia book Pg 3)

Download now

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E Te Ariki (prayer for kai, karakia book Pg 8)

Download now

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E Te Atua O Mātou (ending prayer karakia book Pg 6)

Download now

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Kia Kaha e hoa mā (go hard friends).

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4. In Class Lesson

Part 1

a) The class went through page 18 and did the exercises at the bottom.

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Part 1 08 May 2019

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Part 2

b) The class went through page 19 and did the exercises at the bottom.

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Takahē Part 2 08 may 2019

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Wed 01 May 2019

 

Tēnā koutou e hoa mā nau mai hoki mai ki tenei akomanga ano (Greetings friends welcome back).

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Ko ta tātou kīwaha (our saying)

akona (learn it), Whakamahia (use it), pupuritia kia mau, (grasp and hold onto it).

The meaning is to learn the reo, use the reo and to grasp and hold on to the reo.

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NOTE: CONTNUE TO CHECK OUT THE REVISION LESSONS: Lesson for asking & saying how many people there are is now uploaded. stop at tokohia tōna/ōna as it wasn't taught tonight.

Click HERE for Revision Lessons or use the tabs.

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Tēnā koutou e hoa mā, this is your mahi kāinga (homework) for this week.

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1. Go through the mahi kainga book (homework Book) day by day (10 mins a day or more).

Homework Workbook

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2. The Class will be going through pg 19 in Workbook One next week.

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3. Familiarize yourself with the new waiata and karakia for this term follow along with your himene and karakia books, remeber in a few weeks we will be learning the actions to the waiata E Te Ariki.

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Himene/Waiata

E Te Ariki (our new song, himene/waiata book Pg 10)

Download now

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Karakia:

E Te Matua Kaha Rawa (beginning prayer, karakia book Pg 3)

Download now

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E Te Ariki (prayer for kai, karakia book Pg 8)

Download now

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E Te Atua O Mātou (ending prayer karakia book Pg 6)

Download now

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Kia Kaha e hoa mā (go hard friends).

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4. In Class Lesson

Part 1

a) The class went over some revision concerning the A and O catagories, personal pronouns, terms of address and how many family members from pages 16 and18.

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Part 1 01 May 2019

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Part 2

c) The class carried on with some revision concerning the A and O catagories, personal pronouns, terms of address and how many family members.

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Takahē Part 2 01 may 2019

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