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Learning intentions and success criteria

Achievement objectives

Students will:

1.5 communicate about location

2.3 communicate about likes and dislikes, giving reasons where appropriate

4.5 communicate about the quality, quantity, and cost of things.

Learning intentions

Possible learning intentions for this unit of work are to:

  • understand and use some familiar food vocabulary
  • recognise and use some food vocabulary transliterated from English
  • recognise and use some food-related phrases
  • recognise and use some sentences often used about food
  • use the correct form when giving or receiving food
  • understand and use some simple phrases to offer food
  • ask a question about where an item of food is
  • ask and answer questions about food and drink choices
  • describe the qualities of food
  • ask and answer questions about food likes and dislikes, giving reasons why
  • ask and answer questions about more food using “anō”
  • understand and use “me” (and) to join two things
  • understand and use “kei te” to express a state of being
  • understand and use simple instructions in recipes
  • describe the location of food
  • understand and use “tino” to mean “very”
  • understand a short karakia for food.

Possible learning intentions for extension are to:

  • recognise, understand, and use some additional food vocabulary
  • say what I ate
  • say what I will eat
  • explore some word derivations
  • communicate the cost of things
  • understand and use “tonu” to mean “still”
  • understand and use the names for the days of the week developed by the Māori Language Commission
  • recognise that some words have more than one meaning
  • understand and use “āhua” (meaning “quite”, “really”, and “rather”) to describe food
  • use some time phrases when talking about the past
  • express a simple negative
  • use the correct form to ask and answer the question “how many” when measuring ingredients
  • give instructions and tell someone to be careful
  • differentiate between the past, present, and future.

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