Te Reo Puāwai Māori
Pronunciation and basic te reo Māori phrases for everyday use
Learn correct pronunciation and basic te reo Māori phrases for everyday use
This five-week online programme will give you the opportunity to engage and discuss content with facilitators and other learners in online forums.
Dates and times
Date: 7 March - 4 April 2023
Cost: $345 plus GST
Venue: This online programme can be accessed from anywhere in Aotearoa. Registered participants will receive the link to the programme one week before the event.
Modules will be supported by weekly 45 minute webinars held on Tuesdays, 3:30–4:15pm.
Download the webinar dates and times for the programme starting 7 March 2023:
Comments from previous participants:
“I like that we are learning about Maori culture as we learn about the language.”
“As a complete beginner to understanding around Maori language and concepts, I am really enjoying this basic break down each week. It is helping me to understand other things I have seen or heard and now putting it into context."
By the end of this online programme, you will be able to:
- apply correct pronunciation of te reo Māori
- use an increased amount of te reo Māori in everyday language.
Watch our introductory video
Who is this for?
This online programme is for anyone wanting to increase their confidence in te reo Māori, and looking for support in incorporating it in their personal or work setting.
Programme format, modules and webinars
This five week online programme is divided into weekly modules:
- Whakahuatanga | Pronunciation
- Te Reo o te hui | Language of gatherings
- Ngā kare ā-roto | Talking about our feelings
- Te reo o te akomanga | The language of the classroom
- Whakatauki / Kīwaha | Proverbs and sayings
Continue your every day reo skills with our Te Reo Manahua Māori is another beginner level reo programme, covering five different modules. Find out more and register now.
Upon completing this CORE online programme, participants will be able to download a digital badge to add to their professional learning e-portfolio.
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