Reo Up! 2020

Reo Up! 2020 Free Te Reo Māori Classes

Nau mai.  Haere mai!
Reo Up is back post Covid-19! Now that we have dropped to Alert Level 1, we are able to throw the doors open and welcome back all of our wonderful te reo warriors. These classes are free, fun and we try to make sure everyone has a safe place to learn.

Learning te reo can be a bit daunting for some and being back in a classroom can feel weird if it’s been a really long time. So we try to make sure everyone has a place and space that works for them. If you learn by writing things down, that’s ok. If you need to just hear sounds, kei te pai. And if you need to play, we do that too. The classes are for basic beginner level only and we encourage everyone to bring their sense of humour with them! You will need to register to take part due to Covid-19 tracing still being in place. Please register using the button below.

Āhea?
Ā te Rāapa, 24 o Hiringa-ā-nuku
Ki hea?
Ki Te Ruma ki Tua
Te Utu
Kore utu! Koha anake
Mauria mai…
He pene, pukatuhi, mōhiti pānui, me he kai mo te kaitahi.

When, where, what you need to bring etc
Our first class will be Wednesday October 14 (first Weds after school hols), 6pm at Lotus Realm’s Back Room.
Bring a plate for kai tahi! And bring whatever you think you might need to take notes.

LINKS FOR WORKSHEETS FROM PREVIOUS CLASSES

Link to Reo Up! 2020 Pronunciation guide

Link to Reo Up! 2020 Mihimihi guide

Link to Te Taura Whiri bilingual booklet

Link to PRONOUNS | TŪKAPI

Link to He aha tēnei?

Link to Mihimihi and Ko wai au/ahau?

Link to He Karakia

Link to KAI bingo cards and flash cards

Link to Kei hea a Amo? Kei hea ngā pene? Purua te pene…

OTHER RESOURCES FROM TE TAURA WHIRI I TE REO MĀORI

Free dictionaries
http://www.maoridictionary.co.nz/
http://www.learningmedia.co.nz/ngata/
Free Māori language programmes
http://www.tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-tools
http://www.maorilanguage.net/
http://www.tewhanake.maori.nz/
Māori language information and resources
http://www.korero.maori.nz/
http://www.maorilanguage.net/
Basic phrases for everyone
http://www.maorilanguage.net/phrase_drills/index.cfm
One hundred words every New Zealander should know
http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/culture/tereo-100words