Te Uru Raukawa – May 16 Wānanga
May 16 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Te Uru Raukawa is a once a month, weekend wānanga programme designed to assist students in gaining greater confidence and a deeper understanding of te reo Māori and tikanga. We run two streams, one for the basic level beginners and an intermediate to highly fluent stream.
In the reo component we cover grammar, kīwaha, whakataukī and more. In the tikanga component we canvass a wide area such as whaikōrero, karanga and different tikanga practices on the marae such as pōwhiri, tangihanga and karakia.
Students are given every opportunity to practice what is being taught so they are better prepared for use outside of the classroom. Our programme has been running continuously for two years and is focused on providing direct support to kaikōrero and kaikaranga on our marae.
Tēnei a Ngāti Apakura e mihi atu nei.
Kei ngōku huānga o Te Uru Raukawa, tēnā rā koutou katoa.
Kua roa au e whakaako ana i te reo Māori ki ngā momo wāhi ako katoa o te motu, ki ngōku uri o Waikato whānui, ka mutu, ki te hunga pāhopori o Tīhau.
He ringa tārai rauemi, he kaiwhakangungu kaiako arareo Māori, ā, ki tō The Mind Lab taha ināianei, he pou ārahi ahau i ngā kaupapa, tikanga, reo o te ao Māori hei hāpai i ngā ākonga Māori mai, Pasifika mai o ngā hōtaka katoa. Ko tōku oranga, ko tōku whānau, ko tōku reo!
Ko Māria Murray tōku ingoa.
Nō Maniapoto, nō Tūwharetoa, nō Raukawa ahau.
Kei te papa kāinga o Pōhara ahau e noho ana.
He kaiako ahau i Te Uru Raukawa mō te reanga tīmatatanga.
- Please join our Te Uru Raukawa Facebook page to keep up to date with what’s happening.
- Feel free to post comments, photos or kōrero about classes or kaupapa reo.
- Please ensure you register at least 3 days before each wānanga to ensure we have appropriate numbers to continue with the wānanga for that month and to ensure we can organise appropriate kai for the day.
If you have registered and can no longer attend, please contact Charlie Tepana as soon as you’re able
027 248 1760