Te reo Maori


Banks Peninsula in Canterbury

Pukeatua and Dyers Pass, Ōrongomai and Cass Peak, Tapuwaeharuru and Evans Pass – te reo Māori names have been reinstated for 13 places on Te Pātaka-o-Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula.The te reo names have been officially restored and have the same legal status as their Euro...
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a language revitalisation tool

OPINION: Did you know that in Aotearoa we have three daily national news services in te reo Māori? Āe, e toru ngā ratonga pūrongo.They’re all funded by the state under various Treaty of Waitangi obligations.On television, there’s Te Karere, the koroua or granddaddy t...
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It will leave Māori language money and effort where I think it belongs, to those that actually want it.

OPINION: I attended Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ruamata, a school that embraced te reo Māori and celebrated being Māori. When I moved to an English medium school, Māori was an option, and I continued with Māori as a subject until I left in year 13. Reo Māori featured in my...
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....felt an ethical responsibility to the language,

A new report by the Education Review Office (ERO), called Te Tamata Huaroa, has found there is a strong desire in schools to revitalise te reo Māori through education.The agency spoke with teachers and school leaders in 102 primary and secondary schools.The majority of scho...
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.... screen time was a negative predictor of te reo Māori.

A new study has found te reo Māori is flourishing among pre-schoolers, with nearly three quarters of New Zealand four-year-olds using at least some of the language.The research, led by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, analysed information from Growing up in New Zealand, t...
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