Te reo Māori Bonnie HB T3 2020

  • Posted on: 20 July 2020
  • By: BonnieDalton

Lesson 1 (Week 1) Kei te pēhea koe? - How are you?
Achievement objective
1.7 Use and respond to simple classroom language.

Learning intention. Students can: ask and answer one another about how they are feeling.
Modes - At the end of this lesson, students can:
Whakarongo – Listening: Recognise and understand simple, familiar spoken words, phrases, and sentences.
Kōrero - Speaking: Ask simple questions.

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Lesson 2 - He tino pai - Very good
Achievement objective
1.6 Understand and use simple politeness conventions, for example, complimenting people.

Learning intentions. Students can:
State likes and dislikes
Understand when the teacher compliments them.

Modes - At the end of this lesson, students can:
Whakarongo - Listening: Recognise and understand simple, familiar spoken words, phrases, and sentences.
Kōrero - Speaking: Imitate the pronunciation, intonation, stress, and rhythm of te reo Māori words, phrases, and sentences.
Mātakitaki - Viewing: Interpret meanings that are conveyed in combinations of words and images or symbols.

Lesson 3
Kei hea a Amo? - Where is Amo?
Achievement objective
1.5 Communicate about location.

Learning intentions. Students can:
Understand, and use, location words.

Modes
At the end of this lesson, students can:
Whakarongo - Listening: Recognise and understand simple, familiar spoken words, phrases, and sentences.
Kōrero - Speaking: Respond appropriately to simple, familiar instructions and simple questions.
Mātakitaki - Viewing: Interpret meanings that are conveyed in combinations of words and images or symbols.

Lesson 4
Kei Ōtara taku kāinga - My home is at Ōtara
Achievement objectives
1.2 Introduce themselves and others and respond to introductions.
1.4 Communicate about personal information such as name and home.

Learning intention. Students can:
respond to questions asking about personal information.

Modes
At the end of this lesson, students can:
Kōrero - Speaking: Respond appropriately to simple, familiar instructions and simple questions.
Pānui - Reading: Identify letters of the Māori alphabet (arapū), letter combinations, basic written language conventions, and simple punctuation.
Tuhituhi - Writing: Write simple, familiar words, phrases, and sentences using the conventions of written language, such as appropriate spelling and punctuation.

Lesson 5
Kia ora - Hi
Achievement objective
1.1 Greet, farewell, and thank people and respond to greetings and acknowledgements.

Learning intention
Students can:
use and respond to formal and informal greetings.

Modes
At the end of this lesson, students can:
Whakarongo - Listening: Recognise and understand simple, familiar spoken words, phrases, and sentences.
Kōrero - Speaking: Imitate the pronunciation, intonation, stress, and rhythm of te reo Māori words, phrases, and sentences.

Lesson 6
Ko te aha tēnei rā? - What day is this?
Achievement objective
1.3 Communicate about number, using days of the week, months and dates.

Learning intentions. Students can:
Specify the date.

Modes
At the end of this lesson, students can:

Mātakitaki - Viewing: Interpret meanings that are conveyed in combinations of words and images or symbols.
Kōrero - Speaking: Respond appropriately to simple, familiar instructions and simple questions.
Whakaatu - Presenting: Use selected features of visual language to add meaning to simple written or oral text.

Lesson 7
Kotahi te rākau - There is one tree
Achievement objective
1.3 Communicate about number.

Learning intentions
Students can:

ask, and answer, questions about numbers (1-10).
Modes
At the end of this lesson, students can:

WhakarongoWhakarongo - Listening: Recognise and understand simple, familiar spoken words, phrases, and sentences.

KōreroKōrero - Speaking: Imitate the pronunciation, intonation, stress, and rhythm of te reo Māori words, phrases, and sentences.

MātakitakiMātakitaki - Viewing: Interpret meanings that are conveyed in combinations of words and images or symbols.

Lesson 8
Taku rā whānau - My birthday
Achievement objective
1.4 Communicate about personal information.

Learning intention
Students can:

respond appropriately to a question about their age and
communicate about other people’s ages.
Modes
At the end of this lesson, students can:

WhakarongoWhakarongo - Listening: Recognise and understand simple, familiar spoken words, phrases, and sentences.

KōreroKōrero - Speaking: Respond appropriately to simple, familiar instructions and simple questions.

PānuiPānui - Reading: Recognise and understand simple, familiar written words, phrases, and sentences.

Lesson 9
Te Ika a Māui - Māui’s fish
Achievement objective
1.5 Communicate about location.

Learning intention
Students can:

ask and answer questions about where things are.
Modes
At the end of this lesson, students can:

WhakarongoWhakarongo - Listening: Recognise and understand simple, familiar spoken words, phrases, and sentences.
KōreroKōrero- Speaking: Respond appropriately to simple, familiar instructions and simple questions.
PānuiPānui - Reading: Recognise and understand simple, familiar written words, phrases, and sentences.

TuhituhiTuhituhi Writing: Write simple, familiar words, phrases, and sentences using the conventions of written language, such as appropriate spelling and punctuation.

Learning Area: 
To Do List: 
Participate and contribute to class te reo activities
Listen to, write, and speak te reo Māori
LA Code: 
Levels: 
1
Year: