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Waiata

“Ko Tōku Marae Tēnei” (in Ka Mau te Wehi! An Introduction to te Reo Māori)

“Haere Mai” (a welcome song in Kiwi Kidsongs 13)

“Te Whare Whakahirahira” (in He Waiata mā te Katoa: Songs for Everyone)

The following waiata are appropriate for the marae. They are available in Hei Waiata, Hei Whakakoakoa – Waiata to Support Teaching and Learning of te Reo Māori in English-medium Schools: Years 1–8.

“Tēnā Koutou” (Waiata 2)

“Tihei Mauri Ora” (Waiata 3)

“Tōia Mai te Waka” (Waiata 18)

“Ko Mātou” (Waiata 4)

“Mihi Mai” (Waiata 27)

“Toro Mai Tō Ringa” (Waiata 20)

Stories

Apanui, Hōne (2005). Haka! Wellington: Learning Media. [This Pīpī book introduces the haka.]

Gunson, Brian (2006). Tōku Manawa. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [In this wordless Ngā Kete Kōrero book, a kuia shows a mokopuna their mountain, river, and marae. It contains illustrations you could use in some of the tasks and activities described in this unit.]

Jakeman, Ngāti Pikiao (2008). Engari, mō te Aha? Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura book takes the reader onto a marae.]

Jury, Rangi Te Whiu (2009). I roto i Tōku Wharenui. Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura book takes the reader into a wharenui.]

Nohotima, Peti and Goulton, Frances (2004). Tōku Whare. Wellington: Learning Media. [This Pīpī book shows someone making a cardboard model of a wharenui. The language is very simple.]

Rau, Cath (2001). Ngā Ringawera. Ngaruawahia: Kia Ata Mai Publications. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book introduces the people who prepare, cook, and serve the food at a hui and who clean up afterwards.]

Rau, Cath (2001). Te Hongi. Ngaruawahia: Kia Ata Mai Publications. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book introduces the hongi.]

Rego, Marion (1992). At the Marae. Wellington: Learning Media. [This Ready to Read story recounts the experiences of a young Pākehā girl during her first visit to a marae.]

Te Awa, Manu (2009). Tōku Marae. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book shows a visit to a marae – also available as a big book. This is one of a set of three books recently revised for English-medium years 1–6. They come with teachers’ notes.]

Williams, Fay (1999). Tōku Wharenui. Wellington: Learning Media. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book introduces some of the main features of a wharenui.]

References

Barlow, Cleve (2001). Tikanga Whakaaro: Key Concepts in Māori Culture. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

King, Michael (1992). Te Ao Hurihuri: Aspects of Māoritanga. Auckland: Reed.

Mead, Hirini Moko and Grove, Neil (2003). Ngā Pepeha a ngā Tīpuna. Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Melbourne, Hirini (2004). He Waiata mā te Katoa: Songs for Everyone. Wellington: Learning Media. [Book and CD]

Ministry of Education (2008). Hei Waiata, Hei Whakakoakoa – Waiata to Support Teaching and Learning of te Reo Māori in English-medium Schools: Years 1–8. Wellington: Learning Media. [Book and CD]: www.tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-resources/Hei-Waiata.

Ministry of Education (2007). Ka Mau te Wehi! An Introduction to te Reo Māori. Wellington: CWA New Media and Huia Publishers. [Book, CD, and DVD]

Ministry of Education (2004). Kiwi Kidsongs 13. Wellington: Learning Media. [Book and CD]

Ministry of Justice (2004). He Hinātore ki te Ao Māori: A Glimpse into the Māori World. Wellington: Ministry of Justice.

Patterson, J. (1992). Exploring Māori Values. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Pere, Rangimarie Rose (1982). Ako: Concepts and Learning in the Māori Tradition. Hamilton: Department of Sociology, University of Waikato.

Roa, Tom (1987). Tukua, he Tikanga Māori. Auckland: Heinemann.

Simon, Morvin T. Taku Whare E: My Home, My Heart. Whanganui: Whanganui Regional Community College.

Tauroa, Hiwi and Pat (1986). Te Marae: A Guide to Customs and Protocol. Auckland: Reed. [This book provides an outline of the procedures and the appropriate behaviours for visiting a marae. It also provides examples of some appropriate greetings, songs, and prayers with translations.]

Wetere, M. et al (2005). Te Marae. Hamilton: Newspapers in Education. [Resource kit]

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