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Learning intentions and success criteria

Achievement objectives

Students will:

1.1 greet, farewell, and acknowledge people and respond to greetings and acknowledgements

1.2 introduce themselves and others and respond to introductions

1.4 communicate about personal information, such as name, parents’ and grandparents’ names, iwi, hapū, mountain, and river or home town and place of family origin

1.7 use and respond to simple classroom language (including asking for the word to express something in te reo Māori)

2.1 communicate about relationships between people

3.1 communicate, including comparing and contrasting, about habits, routines, and customs

3.2 communicate about events and where they take place

4.2 communicate about plans for the future.

Learning intentions

Possible learning intentions for this unit of work are to:

  • use some simple expressions to greet and farewell
  • introduce myself
  • respond to others when they introduce themselves
  • understand and answer the question “How are you?
  • understand and use simple sentences to express family relationships
  • ask and answer a question about what something is
  • greet and farewell people
  • acknowledge and thank others politely
  • identify and name the different buildings on a marae
  • understand some of the different customs associated with marae
  • understand and use some everyday survival expressions while visiting a marae
  • use “ko” with people’s names
  • understand and use everyday survival expressions on a marae.

Possible learning intentions for extension are to:

  • recognise, understand, and use some less common vocabulary associated with marae
  • use “āhea” to ask when something will happen
  • explore and understand the meanings of some compound words
  • learn the words of a waiata to welcome visitors
  • learn the words of some simple karakia.

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