Te Rōnakitanga ki te Reo Kairangi

Te Hapūtanga o te Reo

  • Level 5
  • 36 weeks
  • No fees

Programme overview:

Do you want to make a meaningful commitment to your Māori language development? Go well past the basics and focus on your grammar and conversational ability.

Start to learn about regional variations of language. Continue in our fun, relaxed, inclusive learning environment, and make te reo Māori a language you can confidently function in from day to day.

Arohatia te reo!

Upon successful completion of this programme, you will receive the following qualification:

  • Te Pōkairua Reo (Rumaki) (Te Kaupae 5) | New Zealand Diploma in Te Reo (Rumaki) (Level 5)

You'll learn about:

  • intermediate level conversational te reo Māori
  • asking and answering questions
  • comparing and contrasting
  • kīwaha and whakataukī
  • passive and stative sentence structures.

You'll know how to:

  • use te reo Māori as your language of choice
  • use a wide range of sentence structures
  • hold meaningful conversations
  • use sentence structures which reflect whakaaro Māori.

Where will this take me?

I want to keep studying

Immerse yourself in the language through Te Aupikitanga ki te Reo Kairangi Level 6, or move into our

te reo degree in Māori Advancement.

I want to use my qualification

With skills at this level you could provide cultural advice in your workplace or organisation.


How you'll study:

This is a full-time programme that consists of 120 credits. Throughout the programme you will be required to attend:

Option 1:

  • Weekly wānanga (6 hours per week)*
  • 4 x one-day wānanga (8 hours)

It is important to note that activity directed learning will also need to be completed outside of class time, amounting to approximately 26 hours per week.

* = Delivery of weekly wānanga will be determined according to each site.

 

Option 2:

  • 1 x weekly wānanga (3 hours)
  • 8 x noho marae (26 hours)

It is important to note that activity directed learning will also need to be completed outside of class time, amounting to approximately 25 hours per week.

Workload: For each credit, allow about 10 hours of study. This may be higher at certain times throughout the programme.


Entry criteria

  • You'll need a Level 4 te reo Māori qualification or equivalent
  • OR

  • successfully complete the Pre-entry Assessment.

All applicants will be invited to attend an information session or interview.

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