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Title             Research and recite customary karakia in accordance with kawa and
                  tikanga practices

Level             8                             Credits           45


Purpose                       People credited with this unit standard are able to: research,
                              analyse and comment on the origins of customary karakia in
                              accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices; research,
                              analyse and comment on the purpose of customary karakia in
                              accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices; research,
                              analyse and comment on the appropriate use of customary
                              karakia in accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices;
                              write a proposal for the recital of customary karakia in
                              accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices; recite
                              customary karakia in accordance with local kawa and tikanga
                              practices; and evaluate own recital of customary karakia.


Classification                Tikanga > Tikanga Practices


Available grade               Achieved


Entry information

Recommended skills            Credit for Reo Māori and Tikanga unit standards at Level 4 or
and knowledge                 higher, or demonstrate equivalent skills and knowledge.



Explanatory notes

1       The context of the research should begin with local rohe or takiwā, and widen to
        include inquiry, analysis and evaluation of the practices of other rohe as part of the
        candidate’s self-directed study. Where local rohe are also occupied by a number of
        other iwi or hapū, the tangata whenua or mana whenua view will take precedence.
        Other iwi or hapū views should be encouraged in order to enrich and enhance
        understanding of key Māori kaupapa, tikanga and take.

2       It is recommended that candidates enrolling in a programme leading to assessment
        against this unit standard have either gained credit for Unit 3706, Demonstrate
        knowledge of Māori research methods, or have demonstrated analytical research
        skills such as those required for attainment of a Bachelors Degree or equivalent.

3       The definitions of Māori words and concepts in the local dialect must be verified and
        endorsed by the rūnanga, marae committee or other recognised authority, including
        individual experts, of the local iwi and/or hapū.


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4     Assessment against this unit standard requires evidence of recital of three customary
      karakia. It also requires evidence that the candidate is able to demonstrate a breadth
      and depth of knowledge and skill in customary karakia recital, and accompanying
      kawa and tikanga, in keeping with a semester of full time, self-directed study,
      research and scholarship, and to a degree that would enable the candidate to have
      sufficient mana to be called upon in a recital capacity as required by the whānau,
      hapū or iwi.

5     Customary – prior to the previous 50 years.

Outcomes and evidence requirements
Outcome 1

Research, analyse and comment on the origins of customary karakia in accordance with
local kawa and tikanga practices.

Evidence requirements

1.1         Analysis identifies and describes the origins of customary karakia in accordance
            with local kawa and tikanga practices.

1.2         Analysis makes conclusions, substantiated by evidence, about the origins of
            customary karakia in accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices.

Outcome 2

Research, analyse and comment on the purpose of customary karakia in accordance with
local kawa and tikanga practices.

Evidence requirements

2.1         Analysis identifies and describes the purpose of customary karakia in
            accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices.

2.2         Analysis makes conclusions, substantiated by evidence, about the purpose of
            customary karakia in accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices.

Outcome 3

Research, analyse and comment on the appropriate use of customary karakia in
accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices.

Range      appropriateness of the occasion, appropriateness of the person performing the
           karakia.

Evidence requirements

3.1         Analysis identifies and describes the appropriate use of customary karakia in
            accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices.



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3.2         Analysis makes conclusions, substantiated by evidence, about the appropriate
            use of customary karakia in accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices.

Outcome 4

Write a proposal for the recital of customary karakia in accordance with local kawa and
tikanga practices.

Evidence requirements

4.1        Proposal includes the identification and description of kawa and tikanga
           practices for karakia recital.

4.2        Proposal includes, for a hypothetical situation, the effects of any deviations on
           achieving the objectives of the recital.

4.3        Proposal accounts for, and is consistent with, local kawa and tikanga practices.

4.4        Proposal accounts for the specific requirements of the chosen karakia.

Outcome 5

Recite customary karakia in accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices.

Evidence requirements

5.1        Recital is carried out according to the proposal.

5.2        Actions ensure recital is in accordance with local kawa and tikanga practices,
           and contribute to the outcome of the recital.

            Range       includes but is not limited to – practice and preparation to ensure
                        word-perfect order and without whati, specific requirements of the
                        chosen karakia, recital demonstrates evidence of ihi, wehi, and
                        mana.

5.3        Actions are consistent with local kawa and tikanga practices.

5.4        Karakia is recited in word-perfect order and without whati.

Outcome 6

Evaluate own recital of customary karakia.

Evidence requirements

6.1        Evaluation identifies aspects of the recital that were in accordance with local
           kawa and tikanga practices.




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6.2        Evaluation outlines the effectiveness of own recital in terms of the proposal.

            Range        includes but is not limited to – word-perfect order and without whati,
                         evidence of ihi, wehi, and mana.


This unit standard is expiring. Assessment against the standard must take place by
the last date for assessment set out below.

Status information and last date for assessment for superseded versions
Process          Version Date                           Last Date for Assessment
Registration         1               23 November 1999             31 December 2012
Revision             2               14 August 2002               31 December 2012
Review               3               20 April 2006                31 December 2012
Review               4               17 December 2010             31 December 2012

Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP) reference         0166
This AMAP can be accessed at http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/framework/search/index.do.

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which are assessing against unit standards must engage with the moderation system that
applies to those standards.

Consent requirements and an outline of the moderation system that applies to this
standard are outlined in the Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP). The
AMAP also includes useful information about special requirements for organisations
wishing to develop education and training programmes, such as minimum qualifications for
tutors and assessors, and special resource requirements.




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