L2 Te Reo Māori

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Whaea B. Te Paa

Prior Learning & Prerequisites

If you have not previously taken Te Reo Maori then entrance will be on a discretionary basis via a meeting with the HoF of Maori Studies.

Level 2 Te Reo Māori 

The focus of this course is to support you to learn te reo Māori through immersion so that you can reach an increased level of fluency. This course is aimed at Level 7 of the Curriculum. By the end of this course, students can take part in general conversation with speakers of te reo Māori, understand most of what is said, and contribute relevant comments. They can explain and discuss many of their own ideas and opinions and may use te reo Māori creatively. They can read a variety of authentic te reo Māori materials and write expressively for a range of purposes. Students use a range of strategies to help them learn te reo Māori effectively, and they demonstrate a high level of fluency for a learner of te reo Māori as a second language.

The focus of this course is fluency in te reo Māori, however, students who wish to pursue NCEA Level 2 te reo Māori may do so. Students and their whānau are encouraged to discuss this course with Whaea Bri Te Paa prior to selection.

 All students will complete A.S. 91284 v3 Te Reo Maori 2.1 (6 credits) - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo o te ao torotoro. The other standards listed below are available to students who are pursuing the NCEA Level 2 te reo Māori pathway.

Learning Areas:

2022 Level 2 Courses

Assessment Policy & Procedures
Career Pathways

Nanny/Child Carer, Policy Analyst, Private Teacher/Tutor, Probation Officer, Youth Worker, Social Worker, Teacher Aide, Speech-Language Therapist, Television Presenter, Court Registry Officer, Midwife, Urban/Regional Planner, Elected Government Representative, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Communications Professional, Interpreter, Conservator, Technical Writer, Legal Executive, Editor, Solicitor, Corrections Officer, Animator/Digital Artist, Judge, Curator, Actor, Finance Manager, Copywriter, Radio Presenter, Workplace Relations Adviser, Anaesthetist, Early Childhood Teacher, Archivist, Media Producer, Art Director (Film, Television or Stage), Historian, Ranger, Artistic Director, Film and Video Editor, Barrister, Audiologist/Audiometrist, Author, Health Promoter, Kaiwhakaako Māori, Librarian, Translator, Library Assistant