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ANZAC Day resources
Browse a selection of current classroom resources available or register to contribute and share your resources with other teachers. This website provides Māori teachers in wharekura and English-medium secondary schools with access to useful educational information, resources, and professional development opportunities.
Read this case study from the Education Gazette about Te Kopuru School’s journey to improve the educational, social and cultural outcomes of the school’s Māori learners. Click here for more information about Ngā Haeata Mātauranga - The Annual Report on Māori Education, 2007/08.
View a collection of online resources, from the Enabling e-Learning website, that could be used to support te reo and tikanga Māori teaching and learning during Māori language week and beyond. Māori language week is from Monday, 23 July to Sunday, 29 July.
This year the theme for Māori Language Week is Arohatia te Reo – Cherish the Language. Māori Language Week has been celebrated for over 30 years, and Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori The Māori Language Commission encourages everyone to join in again in 2012. For more information visit the Kōrero Māori website.
With the help of Tamara Bell, Te Manawa Pou Facilitator, the team from New Zealand Curriculum Online have created a list of online resources for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori/Māori Language Week.
Māori Language Week
Click on the following links for information, ideas, and resources to help celebrate Māori Language Week, 4–10 July 2011. This year’s theme is 'Manaakitanga'.
This interactive resource, in English and in Māori contains activities that align with the achievement objectives of levels 1 and 2 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa: Pāngarau as well as Mathematics in the New Zealand Curriculum. The hundreds board can be used on a range of digital devices.
Some of the flipbooks, teacher support material, and audio from online Te Huinga Raukura resource sets have been revised and updated. These are part of Te Huinga Raukura: Amokura and are aligned to the "Harakeke" reading level of the Ngā Kete Kōrero book series.