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E haere ana au ki te marae – I’m going to the marae

E haere ana au ki te marae – I’m going to the marae

Te reo Māori in English-medium schools

Achievement objective

4.2  Communicate about plans for the immediate future.

Learning intention

Students can:

  • discriminate between true and false statements, based on a narrative.

Modes

At the end of this lesson, students can:

 

Whakarongo Whakarongo - Listening: Make use of context and familiar language to work out meanings and relationships between things, events, and ideas.

Kōrero Kōrero - Speaking: Make plans with friends, face to face and by telephone.

Pānui Panui - Reading: Understand overall meaning and specific detail in contexts that may contain some unfamiliar language.

Materials

Resource sheet 4A E haere ana au

Te Reo Māori in English-medium schools

  • Resource-sheet-4A-E-haere-ana-au-v2.doc
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Resource sheet 4B E haere ana au

Te Reo Māori in English-medium schools

  • Resource-sheet-4B-E-haere-ana-au.doc
  • 35 KB

Lesson sequence

Ask the students to write the numbers 1-5 on the left hand side of a page in their books.

Read aloud the passage from Resource sheet 4A: E haere ana au to the class twice. Then read out the five statements to the class in Māori about where the characters have decided to go. Tell the students to determine whether the statements are true or false and write ‘āe’ for yes or ‘kāore’ for no.

Ask the students to swap books and check one another’s answers.

Language to use

wharenui meeting house
waiariki hot pools
whare karakia church
urupā cemetery
toa shop

E haere ana au ki te ______ ināianei.

I am going to the _______ now.

Further learning

As a revision task, divide the students into groups of 10. Ask the students to cut out the sentences from Resource sheet 4B and match the Māori sentences with the English sentences that best describe the place that the group went to. It may be useful to review the scenario from Resource sheet 4A beforehand.

When answering the questions, students can substitute ‘kei te tika’ (true) and ‘kei te hē’ (false) for ‘āe’ and ‘kāore’.

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