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EDPROFM 702 - Special Topic: Māori Language Teachers: Teaching Te Reo Māori

Course code
EDPROFM 702
Special Topic: Māori Language Teachers: Teaching Te Reo Māori
School
Te Puna Wananga
Points
30
Delivery modes
Block Intensive (intensive on-campus days)
Course director


Helene Connor

Course description

Through an exploration of second language acquisition and pedagogical processes, including an analysis of the latest learning technologies, this course will enable critical reflection on current Te Reo Māori teaching practices, enhanced language development, and an opportunity to evaluate and strengthen the effectiveness of one's own Te Reo Māori teaching practice. This course will be taught in Te Reo Māori.

Course overview

Te Ao Māori’s current language mantra is Kia rere, kia tika, kia Māori!  Just exactly how proficient is your reo?  How can we teach more effectively in te reo Māori? In this course, we will focus on growing your proficiency in te reo Māori and deepening your understanding of the pedagogical theories and methodologies that underpin the effective teaching of and through te reo Māori.

Learning outcomes

At the completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an ability to use Māori language accurately and appropriately in a classroom setting.
  • Investigate second language acquisition theories, second language teaching techniques and current technologies to enhance the teaching of and through the Māori language.
  • Critically analyse and strengthen one's own teaching practice.

Course Coordinators

Hemi Dale

Maia Hetaraka

Currently scheduled classes

2019 Tai Tokerau (Semester 1): Compulsory on campus sessions on Saturdays 9 March, 30 March, 4 May and 8 June from 9:00an to 4:00pm.

Take this course

This course can be taken as a taught course in the following programmes:

Ministry of Education course subsidies

Primary and Intermediate teachers may be eligible for a Ministry of Education fees subsidy for this course. Click here for more information.


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