You can use the following resources to support and extend your te reo Māori programme:
- Te Whakaipurangi Rauemi, online te reo Māori resources on Te Kete Ipurangi. This suite of resources includes:
- the Ministry of Education’s online list of a thousand frequently used Māori words, created by Mary Boyce, which covers most of the words that you and your students will need in everyday situations
- a grammar progression, developed by Mary Boyce for the Ministry of Education, for the teaching of te reo Māori in English-medium schools with a link to Making Māori Sentences
- examples of assessment checklists
- examples of learner goal setting
- examples of learner strategies
- examples of language-learning tasks
a bibliography of articles and books on second-language teaching.
- Te reo Māori resources published by the Ministry of Education that you can order through the Ministry of Education’s online catalogue, Down the back of the chair.
- For links to six online dictionaries of te reo Māori, go to the Māori dictionaries section in Te Reo Māori in English-medium Schools.
- Māori place names.
- Traditional Māori games.
- Māori myths and legends .