Level 2 Māori Studies

L2MST
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Ms A. Kingi

What will I learn and how will I learn?
By the end of Level 2 ākonga will be able to understand how historical forces and movements have influenced the causes and consequences of events of significance to Māori and wider New Zealand. They will also understand how people’s interpretations of events that are of significance to Māori differ. Akonga will study of Te Ao Māori, Kawa and Tikanga in a bi-lingual setting.  Māori studies examines the Māori people and culture through Te Taiao, the environment, The Language, Māori world view, Kai, Tools, Manaakitanga, Kaitiakitanga, Māori Rongoā, Marae Kawa and Tikanga, Māori Concepts such as whakataukī, tapu, noa, and rāhui.

Conditions of Assessment
Refer to student hand book.

Submitting Internal Assessment
All work for assessment must be submitted to their teacher by the due date.  Any work not submitted for assessment by the deadline will receive a ‘Not Achieved’ grade. If students are sick on the day their work is due, they must get a doctor’s certificate.  (Read over Student Handbook for full assessment details.)  APA Referencing must be used if relevant to the task.

Resubmissions and Further Assessment Opportunities
Resubmissions can only be offered once and only when small errors or omissions need to be corrected in their work in a short period of time. There is no further teaching available.  Further assessment opportunities are not available in every standard.



Course Overview

Term 1
US6141, US6142, US6143
KEY DATES: Week 8 trip

Term 2
US15986, US15987
KEY DATES: Week 10 trip

Term 3
US16047
KEY DATES: Week 6-8: Te Ngaere trip. Week 9/10: Derived grade school examinations

Term 4
US16142. Resubmissions
KEY DATES: Weeks 1/4: Revisions. Week 5: NCEA

Pathway

Level 3 Māori Studies

Recommended Prior Learning

Students should have earned a minium of sixteen credits - six external Level 2 credits and ten internal credits, or have approval from the Head of Learning Area.


Credit Information

This course is eligible for subject endorsement.

This course is approved for University Entrance.

Assessment
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
U.S. 6141 v7 Describe whānaungatanga in relation to the way Māori interact with the natural world
2
I
3
U.S. 6142 v7 Explain kaitiakitanga in relation to the way Māori interact with the natural environment
3
I
4
U.S. 6143 v7 Carry out a local kaitiakitanga activity with direction
3
I
6
U.S. 15986 v5 Demonstrate knowledge of tikanga in relation to rongoa rakau
2
I
2
U.S. 15987 v5 Explain tikanga Māori for the use of rakau Māori in clothing, whare, waka and implements
2
I
3
U.S. 16043 v6 Examine different accounts of Māori migration prior to Pakeha contact
2
I
6
U.S. 16047 v4 Describe the history of He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga/ Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand
2
I
6
U.S. 16142 v7 Describe the practices associated with a powhiri, in accordance with tikanga and/or kawa
2
I
2
U.S. 17784 v7 Examine and recite appropriate karakia in tourism Māori
3
I
5
U.S. 31070 v2 Explain the importance of Māori place names, and use reo Māori greetings and farewells in tourism
3
I
4
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 41 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 41 credits.

Pathway Tags

Interpreter, curator, film & television producer, politician, archeologist


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