Teacher in Charge: Whaea B. Te Paa
By the end of this course, students can cope with a variety of routine situations when talking to speakers of te reo Māori. They can use familiar language with some flexibility and pick up some new language from its context. They can read and write simple notes and short letters and fill out simple forms. They can also use and respond to language, including directions and requests, that is likely to occur in familiar Māori settings. They are becoming more confident in using a range of language learning strategies.
Art Director (Film, Television or Stage), Historian, Film and Video Editor, Author, Elected Government Representative, Journalist, Communications Professional, Interpreter, Community Karitāne, Community Development Worker, Corrections Officer, Radio Presenter, Early Childhood Teacher, Media Producer, Health Promoter, Kaiwhakaako Māori, Translator, Library Assistant, Nanny/Child Carer, Private Teacher/Tutor, Youth Worker, Social Worker, Teacher Aide, Speech-Language Therapist, Television PresenterContributions and Equipment/Stationery
Selection of a course does not guarantee entry into the course. Courses may not run due to low numbers and timetable clashes may occur. In both of these situations, the student will be consulted about alternative courses during the Course Confirmation process.