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300.111 Te Reo Kōnakinaki: Developing Te Reo (15 credits)

Ko tēnei whakaakoranga reo Māori hei mahinga mā te tauira kua tīmata kē ki te ako i te reo Māori. Ko tōna tino kaupapa, ka whakamahia te reo hei reo whakawhitiwhiti whakaaro, hei reo kōrerorero i waenganui i te tangata. This course extends listening, speaking and writing competency to enable students to express themselves in Te Reo on a wide range of topics at an introductory level. Emphasis is on spoken and written Māori as a language of communication and interaction.

Note(s): Welcome to Te Reo @ Massey! We really want you to succeed in your studies, so when you’re thinking about enrolling in our 100-level (first year) courses please take note of our entry recommendations. If you have no prior experience with Te Reo Māori, you will need to complete 300.110 before you enrol in this course. If you have NCEA Level 3 Te Reo Māori OR equivalent experience OR you are enrolled in Massey’s Te Aho Tatairangi or Māori Visual Arts programme this is the course for you. If you consider yourself a native speaker of Te Reo Māori, please contact the course coordinator as you may be cleared to enrol in any of our advanced 200 or 300 Level (2nd and 3rd year) courses. However, if you are one of these lucky students, you won’t be able to complete Massey’s minor in Te Reo Māori

Expected prior learning Requirements help

  • A school Te Reo background of Year 13 NCEA Level 3 in Te Reo Maori or equivalent experience. Students who do not have the required background should successfully complete 300.110 Te Reo Whakahoahoa prior to enrolling in this course.

Offerings Offerings help

Year Semester Mode Location
2021 Semester Two full semester Internal Manawatu Campus
2021 Semester Two non-standard Distance
2022 Semester Two non-standard Distance
2022 Semester Two full semester Internal Manawatu Campus