Thought of being a Primary School Teacher?
YEAR 9-11 LEVEL 4-6 ESSENTIAL LEARNING AREA Languages
OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES/SKILLS
Te Reo: Whakaatu Learn and use a range of vocabulary words under
Ka whakaatu te äkonga i te reo ataata i ngä categories.
horopaki huhua, ä, e hängai ana te whakaaturanga
ki te kaimätakitaki.
Draw pictures for your team- mates to guess the mystery words.
Grab some scrap paper and something to draw with and work in teams of equal number.
Information is given on cards held by the teacher or a class leader.
One student from each group goes to the teacher and looks at a word or group of words.
They memorise the information, return to their group and draw relevant pictures when told to start.
All teams race against each other to guess the word(s) by putting up hands and giving the answers. No
calling out or you will be penalised.
You cannot speak but you can use facial expression, gesture and body movement.
When the information is correctly guessed, the group wins a point.
You will be penalised for using the same pictures or mouthing words.
Film & Television
Take the Challenge!
Select at least 1 card from a category and develop a short story. You must use all 4 words on the card in the
story at least once and your story should make sense!
Have a class competition and get each student to select 1 card randomly. Spend 5 minutes looking at the
words on the card and give an impromptu talk. You must use all words on the card in the talk at least once
and your speech should make sense! The rest of the class can try and guess the words and category.
The Separation of Rangi and Papa Rona and the Moon
Māui and Fire Kete Mātauranga
Maui and the Sun Rata me tōna waka
Maui and the Fish Kupe and Aotearoa
Aaria Sir Apirana Ngata
Temuera Morrison Te Atairangikaahu
Bernice Mene Che Fu
Wairangi Koopu Hinewehi Mohi
Treaty of Waitangi Housing
Te Reo Māori Fishing Rights
Health Intellectual Property Rights
Utu Te Waka Huia
The Piano Pūkana
Good Bye Pork Pie Mauri
Once Were Warriors Mai Time
MokoToa Shortland Street
The Tribe What Becomes of the Brokenhearted
Te Karere Ngāti