Certificate in Te Reo III

Certificate in Te Reo III

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An amazing new online course for learning the Māori language in 12 months, from lower beginner to intermediate level.

This is part III, which follows on from lower beginner and upper beginner in part I and part II. Students are required to have completed part I and part II prior to enrolment in part III.

• Improve your Te Reo Māori skills
• Gain self-confidence and empowerment
• Develop a stronger sense of identity

Learning Te Reo is a great way to honour the language and identity. History and language go hand-in hand and now is the time for a revival, bringing Māori heritage to the forefront of Aotearoa.

Our course is put together by one of New Zealand's leading Māori language academics, Dr. Rāpata Wiri. He has successfully taught many large Government departments, companies and city councils and this course is the culmination of over 15 years of research and teaching by him.

A world-class, fully automated online platform with over 80 recorded video tutorials, 57 recorded live classes reinforcing each tutorial, 50 online quizzes and assessments and an audio transcription assessment tool which allows you to record, practice and perfect your pronunciation through the portal.
With our accelerated learning system, you can be speaking the Māori language in no time!

There are 5 modules to complete in the online course. You must complete each module, in sequence, before moving to the next module. The quizzes and assessments as well as the audio transcription exercises are self-automated marking. This means you receive a result immediately upon completion of each quiz or assessment. You have two attempts at the assessments.

Module 1:
Lesson One - Two: Kīwaha or colloquial saying, Kātahi te ... which means – What a ...
Lesson Three: Stative sentences - including intransitive verb
Lesson Four: Kāore anō or Not yet
Lesson Five: First episode “Te Parakuihi” – “The Breakfast Scene of our short movie “What shall Hera do?”

Module 2:
Lesson One: Kātahi anō ... which means – Has just
Lesson Two: Pēnei, pēnā, pērā
Lesson Three: Actor emphatic sentences
Lesson Four: Ā hea? or When is?
Lesson Five: Episode 2 – “Ka taea e au tō waka?” – “Can I borrow your car?”

Module 3:
Lesson One: Rite Tonu... which means Just like ...
Lesson Two: Me ..... which means Had Better ... or Should ...
Lesson Three: Kia āta - to do something with care
Lesson Four: Instructional sentences – Ngā Whakahau
Lesson Five: Episode 3 – “Hei aha mā Hera!” – “Never mind about Hera!”

Module 4:
Lesson One: Sentence pattern called Passives or Rerehāngū
Lesson Two: Ngā Rerehono, or in English, Ka conjunction
Lesson Three: Language pattern called Reretaea
Lesson Four: Comparative Sentences - Ngā Rerewhakarite
Lesson Five: Episode 4 – “Me aha ahau?” – “What shall I do?”

Module 5:
Lesson One: If and When sentences - Ki te & Mehemea
Lesson Two: Anophoric particle “ai”
Lesson Three: Anophoric particle in context
Lesson Four: He aha ai, He aha i kore ai, Nā te aha ai, Nā te aha i kore ai
Lesson Five: Episode 5 – “Auē! Kua mate a Pāora Wāka?” – “OMG! Paul Walker has died?”

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