10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TE REO»
Discover the use of te reo
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to te reo
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Contains the Society's Proceedings.
A-nui a Wi, He Ako Maana Ki Te Reo
Na, ka poka ke te tikanga reo Ingirihi mo nga kupu whakatangata, ekore hoki e
rite ki to te reo Maori ; na, kia tirohia enei e whai ake nei, kia tino mohiotia ai. Mo
TE TANGATA KOTAHI nnnI. I, ahau. Thou, a koe. He, a ia. (Mo nga whakataane.)
He pukapuka whakaako ki te reo
Pukapuka. '. I te aha a Mea i kona inanahi ?" Ka oho atu tetahi, " I te whangai i te
kau :" — " I te keri i te awa:"— "I te kai :"— " I te iniK" — " I te moe." Na, ko nga
ingoa e rere ke ana : te whangai, te keri, te kai, te inu, te moe. Ko te reta i mau
Tau Ihu O Te
Lovell was one who learnt Te Reo through frequent association - primarily as a
neighbour of Maori at Motupipi Pa: ' . . . After father had been among the Maoris a
few months he began to learn their language and could speak it quite fluently.
Hilary Mitchell, John Mitchell, Maui John Mitchell, 2007
Meaningful Inconsistencies: Bicultural Nationhood, the Free ...
on the other (Benton and Benton 2001; Kaaretu 1995; Mead 1997), the frequent
public mispronunciation/anglicization of Te Reo words indexes tokenism of the
bicultural nationhood. It connects to what I call the power of ignorance.
Rarotonga; or, Rarotongan and English grammar
Ko te an leta ana tei tau no te reo Rarotonga te ka aka- takaia. I te au leta e rauka'
i te tuatua taki tai, e i taua hu tuatua taki tai ra e rauka'i te au tuatua katoatoa.
Okotai ngauru ma toru ua leta i te reo Rarotonga. Tela taua au leta ra. PART I.
An Introduction to Te Reo
Maori for Juniors
A photocopiable teaching resource. Book 4 covers topics from saying single words to using simple sentences in conversations.
Languages of New Zealand
Ko te reo Maori tena. he mea kawe mai e nga tTpuna i ta ratou whakawhitinga
mai i te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa hei reo rangatira mo te motu. Ko te reo Pakeha tena i
mauria mai i tera topito o te ao, a, kua tangata- whenua i naianei. Ko nga tini reo
Allan Bell, Ray Harlow, Donna Starks, 2005
Collaborating to Meet Language Challenges in Indigenous ...
Te reo Mdori was the language of communication when the first European
settlers arrived in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Since then it has been used
continuously as a first language in some parts of New Zealand. More recently, it
has become the ...
Tamsin Meaney, Tony Trinick, Uenuku Fairhall, 2011
Screening Shakespeare in the Twenty-first Century
Further, the government sought to address its responsibilities under the Treaty/
Tiriti, especially its obligation to allow Ma ̄ori to protect their taonga (treasures),
of which te reo is one. As such, ko ̄hanga reo (language nests) were
Mark Thornton Burnett, Ramona Wray, 2006
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TE REO»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term te reo
is used in the context of the following news items.
Activists recall bad old days for Te Reo
The movement to get Te Reo recognised took off during the 1970s, led by a group of young, enthusiastic tāngata whenua, but their struggle for more acceptance ... «Radio New Zealand, Jul 15»
Paul Moon: Te reo Maori should learn from English
Holding Maori Language Week in the chill of winter somehow makes the challenges that Te Reo face seem that much bleaker. It's certainly a tough world out ... «New Zealand Herald, Jul 15»
Te reo 'is in good hands'
Finnian Galbraith wanted to make a statement about treasuring Te Reo on YouTube, but had no idea it would reach almost 150,000 people around the world. «Stuff.co.nz, Jul 15»
Kapiti teenager's Te Reo video a hit
A schoolboy's speech encouraging respect for Te Reo has garnered more than 130,000 views on YouTube in three days, and attracted international attention. «The Dominion Post, Jul 15»
Te Reo speakers tough to keep in schools
Education Ministry Te Reo Māori Group Manager Kiritina Johnstone told them enough Māori speakers are training to be teachers, but many later leave teaching ... «Radio New Zealand, Jul 15»
Native Affairs - The Insider - Part 1
Kōhanga Reo is the single most influential force we have if Te Reo Māori is to survive. Its contribution to the revitalisation of our language is immeasurable. «Māori Television, Jun 15»
Te Ao Māori mourns the loss of prominent te reo Māori advocate
Ngāti Hine and iwi across the nation mourn the loss of a prominent and strong advocate of te reo Māori, Erima Henare. Mr Henare, the son of the late Sir James ... «Māori Television, May 15»
Would you like Te Reo with that?
One of Wellington's newest restaurants is serving its diners Te Reo Māori- as an ... The restaurant, Whitebait, approached Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (Māori ... «Radio New Zealand, Apr 15»
Mōtai Tangata Rau honoured to receive Te Reo Excellence Trophy
First time Te Matatini performers Mōtai Tangata Rau from the Waikato-Tainui region have been announced as this year's winner of the “Mobil Oil Te Reo ... «Māori Television, Apr 15»
Should Te Reo be compulsory in schools?
Speaking on TV3's The Nation this morning on Race Relations Day, the commissioner said te reo was "a beautiful" language and people should make more of ... «New Zealand Herald, Mar 15»