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KIA ORANA
Turou! Turou! Turou!
Oro mai! Oro mai! Oro mai!
Turou e to te Kuki Airani
Akarongo mai! Akara mai! Tuatua mai!
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MAY YOU LIVE LONG
Welcome! Welcome! Welcome!
Come here! Come here! Come here!
Welcome to the Cook Islands
Hear this! Look! Talk About it!
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New CIM Language Guidelines
Some other websites you may find helpful are:
Cook island legends - you could share a story each day this week from the Cook Islands.
Language of the islands - where you can learn all about the Cook islands. Did you know they have five languages and one of them is English spoken with an English Midlands accent.
Language of the islands - where you can register to learn the language online.
Tuatua Mai- where you can learn some Cook island Maori.
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Teaching and learning Cook Islands Māori - Kia orana!
Clusters meetings for 2014
DATE
FOCUS
WHAT TO BRING
WHAT TO DO



















Clusters meetings for 2013

Please note: The focus for each cluster meeting is determined by participating teachers at each meeting

November 19: NCEA Level 1 focus. Preparation for 2014. Evaluation of 2013 work.

October 29




September 17

Venue: Southern Cross Campus

Time: 4-5.30pm

Online session: TREASURE HUNT

PLEASE EXPLORE THESE SITES BEFORE OUR MEETING:

http://pacificlanguages.wikispaces.com/


https://learninglanguagespld.wikispaces.com/



August 20

FOCUS:Engaging learners of Cook Islands Maori

1. Please bring and be prepared to model an approach or strategy that you have used to engage more students in the learning of Cook Islands Maori

2. In this session you are expected to take back ONE idea (at least) and trial it. In the September cluster, you will feedback on how it went.

3. To help us frame that better, please complete the know the learner template below before you come. Select only 2 students. Please select students who you think are NOT engaging with the language at present.

Know the learner-LL inquiry[cim].doc
Know the learner-LL inquiry[cim].doc
Know the learner-LL inquiry[cim].doc


Dates: May 29

Venue: Southern Cross Campus

Time: 4-5.30pm

June 25

July 30





Learning languages in the NZ Curriculum
Te Kaveinga o Te Reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani: The Cook Islands Māori Language Guidelines - Get your copy here
Senior Secondary Guides for Learning Languages
Learning Languages Resources @ TKI - Cook Is Maori

NZCC LINK


Cook Island Language Week 2012

CLUSTER MEETING - 2012

Cook Islands Maori:

Dates: October 24.

Venue: Southern Cross Campus

Time: 3.30-5.30pm


FOCUS: Making the most of NCEA - designing relevant and meaningful learning
CLUSTER MEETING - 2012

Cook Islands Maori:

Dates: Nov 21.

Venue: Mangere College

Time: 3.45-5.45pm


FOCUS: Moderation of writing
Please bring 2-3 samples of students' writing e.g. Poem, letter, email, poster etc
When: Tuesday, AUGUST 2, 2012
Venue: Tangaroa College
Time: 4-6pm
FOCUS:
1. Reliable resources of written, visual texts, aural
2. NCEA standards alignment
When: Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Venue: SEHC
Time: 4pm-6pm
AGENDA
1. Challenge / issue & success – each person gets 3 minutes to talk about 1 challenge/issue and 1 success that they have accomplished / are experiencing.
2. Where to from here? – support for 2012-2013.
3. SHARING (left for next meeting in term 3)



In 2009, the Ministry of Education will fund, nationally, a range of Networked Learning Communities focused on the New Zealand Curriculum 2007 (including those led by Sector Leaders in 2008 and continuing in 2009)
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PURPOSE:
This page is reserved primarily for all the work and information for the Cook Islands Maori Cluster Project - Te Reo Kuki Airani. Teachers involved are: Tupou Manapori, Tangi Upu, Ana Masters and Sylvester Vavia. Project coordinators are: Glenda Koefoed and Siliva Gaugatao from Team Solutions, The University of Auckland.

Minutes & Actions from Meeting - May 10, 2011


CLUSTER TOOLS











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Tuatua Mai - external image heading.png Kia orana and welcome to our new "Learn the Cook Islands Maori Language" website. This site is to encourage you to start your journey by listening, looking, speaking and writing the Cook Islands Maori Language.


TKI Cook Islands Maori Resources

NZC Project Wiki Link

Cook Islands Language Curriculum (2004)
Kia orana and welcome to Te Pātaka Matihiko - Digistore



TKI Cook Islands Maori Resources

NZC Project Wiki Link

Cook Islands Language Curriculum (2004)

Kia ora and welcome to Te Pātaka Matihiko - Digistore

Tuatua Mai - external image heading.png Kia orana and welcome to our new "Learn the Cook Islands Maori Language" website. This site is to encourage you to start your journey by listening, looking, speaking and writing the Cook Islands Maori Language.