Mahuru Māori: He Reo Taketake, He Reo Motuhake

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Mahuru Māori: He Reo Taketake, He Reo Motuhake

I tēnei huinga pāhorangi e whata ana i te kaupapa e kīia nei ko Mahuru Māori - he wero e akiaki nei i te tangata kia kōrero Māori mō te ronga atu o Mahuru, ahakoa te iti, te rahi rānei o te reo e rere atu ai - kei ngā wiki e haere ake nei ka kōrero a Karley Hemopo ki ētahi o ngā kaimahi kōrero Māori o Tātai Aho Rau. Ka kōrerohia te āhua i tō rātou takahi i te ara ako i te reo Māori me te āta titiro anō ki ngā wheako ako kua noho hei kaikawe i ō rātou whakaaro me ō rātou whāinga mō te anamata o te reo Māori me ōna tikanga.

In the spirit of Mahuru Māori - a challenge that encourages people to speak te reo Māori no matter how little or how often during the month of September - for the next month, Karley Hemopo will sit down with members of Te Arareo Māori to chat about their respective reo journeys and to get an insight into how some of those experiences have shaped their lives as well as their ideas and aspirations for the future of te reo me ōna tikanga. 

 

I tēnei, te tuatahi o ngā pāhorangi, ka rongo tātou i te nui o te kaingākau o Te Whainoa Te Wiata ki ngā āhuatanga o te reo me te pānga o tana whakatipuria ki tana mārama me tana whakaako i te reo Māori. Kia mau tonu mai me kore noa e whai nuka mōu i a koe e whai ana kia tīmata i tō takahi i te ara o te ako i te reo Māori. 

In the first of a series of podcasts, we take an aural glimpse at Te Whainoa Te Wiata's passion for linguistics and how his upbringing has shaped his understanding of teaching te reo Māori. Stay tuned also for his tips on how to kick start your own reo journey whether in the workplace or at play.