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					                                     Unit Standard 22752 Version 1
                  DEMONSTRATE PERFORMANCE COMPONENTS OF MĀORI PERFORMING ARTS.
                                           Level 1 3 Credits

                                                               TUTOR INFORMATION


1       It is intended that learners will be assessed against this unit standard within a learning environment. It is not intended that learners will be
        assessed against this unit standard in a public performance.

2       It is intended that those undertaking assessment against this unit standard would also be learning te reo Māori.

3      Assessment of skills will generally occur in group situations but assessment will be based on individual competence.

4      Iwi variation is incorporated in assessment against this unit standard and refers to special features unique to an iwi.

5.     For moderation purposes when submitting evidence of the learner work please highlight whether assessment of the individual is occurring
        during a group performance eg. regional / national / school kapa haka performances.

6      Glossary:
       history refers to the background of a performance component;
       tikanga refers to the meaning, values and Māori world view;
       essential refers to those core features of a performance component;
       performance component refers to wiri, takahi, whētero/whātero, pūkana/whākana.

Candidates will:
Research and present an explanation of the history and tikanga of performance components.
Perform the essential skills of performance components in a chosen discipline.

Note: The learner may present their explanations orally and/or use a range of techniques e.g. PowerPoint, mind maps, posters, drawings etc. Subsequently
evidence may be collected by taking notes of what the learner said or by clearly identifying the learner and recording their responses on tape, DVD, video etc.

Tutor Preparation:
Photocopy the learner activity sheet and checklist.
Photocopy the assessment schedule.
Gather resources on the history and tikanga of Māori performing arts for learners.
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                                    Unit Standard 22752 Version 1
                 DEMONSTRATE PERFORMANCE COMPONENTS OF MĀORI PERFORMING ARTS
                                          Level 1 3 Credits

                                                          ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE
Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and
judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are expected to include their own model answers with the judgement statement as
evidence to assist the assessor. Practical components will also require assessor verification.
Element / PCs                      Task                                 Evidence                          Judgement                         NC      C
Element 1                         Activity 1 – written task              Learner explains the following          Learner correctly explains all
Demonstrate knowledge of the                                             history and tikanga of                  four performance components
history and tikanga of            Note: The learner may present their    performance components                  in terms of history and tikanga
performance components.           explanations orally and/or use a range according to iwi variation:             (wiri, takahi, whētero/whātero,
                                  of techniques e.g. PowerPoint, mind Sample answers only.                       pūkana/whākana) according to
PC 1.1                            maps, posters, drawings etc.                                                   iwi variation.
Demonstration includes an         Subsequently evidence may be              Wiri- quivering of the hands to
                                  collected by taking notes of what the
explanation of the history and                                              signify the shimmer of heat, and
                                  learner said or by clearly identify the
tikanga of performance            learner and recording their responses     to others it represents the
components according to iwi       on tape, DVD, video etc.                  sparkling of the waters as the sun
variation.                                                                  dances across the waves.
                                                                            Takahi – rhythmic stamping of
                                                                            the feet to a beat.
                                                                            Whētero/whātero – the
                                                                            protruding of the tongue only
                                                                            performed by the men.
                                                                            Pūkana/whākana – the dilating
                                                                            of the eyes.
Element 2                          Activity 2 - observation of           Learner is observed             Learner is observed and a
Demonstrate the essential skills   performance, performance              demonstrating the following     completed checklist,
of performance components.         checklist, attestation and/or video performance components            a statement of attestation, and /
                                                                         according to iwi variation:     or a video of each performance
PC 2.1                             Note: If attestation at the bottom of     wiri                       is provided verifying
Demonstration incorporates iwi     the checklist for Activity 2              takahi                     the learner has correctly
variation with regard to           Is not completed then a video of the      whētero/whātero            demonstrated the essential skills
performance components.            performance must be supplied.             pūkana/whākana.            for all four performance
                                                                                                         components.
                                                                       A check list is completed.

                                                                       A statement of Attestation is
                                                                       completed and/or a video of the
                                                                       performance is provided.
                                                     ACTIVITY 1 - EXPLANATION


Unit Standard 22752, Version 1, Demonstrate performance components of Māori performing arts, Level 1, 3 Credits
Element 1
Demonstrate knowledge of the history and tikanga of performance components.

Explain the history (back-ground) and ngā tikanga (meaning, values and Māori world view) of the following performance components according to
iwi variation (wiri, takahi, whētero/whātero, pūkana/whākana).

You may use the attached sheet to record your answers and/or use a range of other techniques to present your explanations e.g. PowerPoint, mind
maps, posters, drawings etc).
Performing Art   History (background)   Ngā Tikanga               Iwi Variation
                                        Value/ Māori world view
  Wiri




  Takahi




  Whētero
  Whātero




  Pūkana
  Whākana
                                          ACTIVITY 2
          PERFORM ESSENTIAL SKILLS OF PERFORMANCE COMPONENTS IN A CHOSEN DISCIPLINE
                                                   CHECKLIST
 Unit Standard 22752, Version 1, Demonstrate performance components of Māori performing arts, Level 1, 3 Credits
 Element 2 Demonstrate the essential skills of performance components

 Please print clearly
 Organisation:
 Learner name:                                                             Learner’s signature:
 Assessor name:                                                            Assessor’s signature:
 Start date:                                                               Completion date:

 Note: Attach a copy of the checklist for EACH learner to the Assessment Schedule

DISCIPLINE(S) USED              DEMONSTRATED                BODY MOVEMENTS              DEMONSTRATED ie             TUTOR/ASSESSOR
                                SKILLS                                                  according to discipline, tikanga, COMMENTS
                                                                                        Iwi variation (circle one)
Tick/note discipline(s) used:   wiri                        quiver of the hands                    NC/C
    Poi
    Haka                       takahi                      stamping of the foot                   NC/C
    Waita-ā-ringa
    Whakaraka                  pūkana / whākana            enlargement of the eyes                NC/C
    Mau rākau
    Other (please note)        whētero / whātero           rotruding of the tongue                NC/C


 Note: If the attestation is completed by a tohunga of performing arts a video of the performance is not required
 STATEMENT OF ATTESTATION

I confirm that I have observed (print learner name)……………………………………………………………………………………….………………………
and he/she have demonstrated all the skills listed appropriately, according to the discipline, tikanga and iwi variation.
Name of verifier:                                                          Position:
Waka:                                               Hapū:                                          Marae:

Signature:                                                                 Date:

				
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