MAORI316-23B (HAM)

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What this paper is about

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Tēnā koutou Ngāi MAORI316. Nei ngā mihi uruhau ki a koutou. Nau mai ki te whare manahau o mōteatea, o rotarota, o pao, o pātere, o waiata.

Ko tā tēnei pepa he whakapā i te ihu o te tauira ki te ihu o te pao, o te rotarota, o ngā kōrero waitī o tāukiuki puta noa te ao. Ka matapakitia ngā kōrero teitei a te Māori, ana kupu whakanikoniko kei ana mōteatea, kei ana apakura me ana poroporoaki. Ko te tino whāinga o tēnei pepa, ko te whakamahi i te auaha o te tauira ki te waihanga rotarota, pao, kōrero pūrākau, i roto i te reo Māori, i roto hoki i te reo Pākehā.

I te mutunga o tēnei akomanga, ka tū te tauira ki te pao i tana pao, ki te kōrero i tana rotarota, ki te pātere i tana pātere, me te whakapuaki i ana whakaaro i mua i te marea. Hei konei ka kitea te mauri ahutoi o te tauira.

This course is intended for students who have completed MAORI212 or have equivalent or higher Māori language proficiency like MAORI311. The emphasis will be on developing oral and critical skills in the use of the Māori language with particular attention on the critical examination and understanding of composition styles, including performance of poetic genres.

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How this paper will be taught

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Ko te wāhanga nui o te akomanga ko te huaki i ngā kura kei te hinengaro o te tauira e huna ana.

I te mutunga o tēnei akoranga ka tū te tauira ki te pao i tana pao, ki te kōrero i tana rotarota, ki te pātere i tana pātere.

Hei konei ka kitea te taumata kua eke te tauira

The objective of this class is to release the creative potential of the student.

At the completion of this paper the tauira will present orally their new oral works in a public setting.

Their performance and the presentation by the tauira of the new works will be testament to level that the student has attained in this discipline.

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Required Readings

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Grey, Sir. G. (1853). Ko nga Moteatea, me nga Hakirara o nga Maori. Stokes. Wellington: R Stokes.

Ka’ai, T. (2008). Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi: A Remarkable Life. Huia Publishers.

Kāretū, T. S. (1978). Ngā waiata me ngā haka a te kapa haka o Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

McLean, M. (1996). Māori Music. Auckland: Auckland University Press.

McLean, M. (2004). Tō Tātou Waka: In Search of Māori Music 1958-1979. Auckland:Auckland University Press.

McLean, M. & Orbell, M. (2004). Traditional Songs of the Maori. Auckland: Auckland University Press.

McLean, M. & Orbell, M. (2002). Songs of a Kaumātua: Sung by Kino Hughes. Auckland:Auckland University Press.

Ngata, A. T. & Jones, P. (1988). Ngā Mōteatea Vol I. Auckland: The Polynesian Society Inc.

Ngata, A. T. & Jones, P. (1986). Ngā Mōteatea Vol II. Wellington: The Polynesian Society Inc.

Ngata, A. T. & Jones, P. (1990). Ngā MōteateaVol III. Auckland: The Polynesian Society Inc.

Orbell, M. (1978). Māori Poetry: an introduction anthology. Auckland: Heinemann Educational Books (NZ) Ltd.

Orbell, M. (1991). Waiata: Maori Songs in History. Reed.

Phillis, T. (2002). Eruera Mānuera. Wellington: Huia Publishers.

Royal, C. (1994). Kāti au i konei: He kohikohinga i ngā Waiata a NgātiToarangatira, a Ngāti Raukawa. Wellington: Huia Publishers

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Learning Outcomes

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Students who successfully complete the course should be able to:

  • Collect, critique and evaluate information relating to poetic genres
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  • Compose using poetic genres pertaining to a range of contexts
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  • Demonstrate a good understanding of language styles and usage to convey messages including reader/viewer interpretation within the field of poetic genres
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How you will be assessed

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The internal assessment/exam ratio (as stated in the University Calendar) is 100:0. There is no final exam. The final exam makes up 0% of the overall mark.

The internal assessment/exam ratio (as stated in the University Calendar) is 100:0 or 0:0, whichever is more favourable for the student. The final exam makes up either 0% or 0% of the overall mark.

Component DescriptionDue Date TimePercentage of overall markSubmission MethodCompulsory
1. Pātere Whakapehapeha
31 Jul 2023
9:00 AM
25
2. Iti te Kupu, Nui te Kōrero (20%)
14 Aug 2023
9:00 AM
20
  • Hand-in: In Lecture
3. He Kura Waitī (30%)
25 Sep 2023
9:00 AM
30
  • Hand-in: In Lecture
4. Whakamātautau (25%)
9 Oct 2023
9:00 AM
25
  • Other:
Assessment Total:     100    
Failing to complete a compulsory assessment component of a paper will result in an IC grade
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