Critically analyse te reo Māori revitalisation strategies and theories of language planning including developing personal te reo development plans. Developing critical knowledge, skills of mātauranga, tikanga and te reo Māori, knowledge of relevant material and curricula. Critique second language acquisition theory and develop teaching approaches that support the learning and teaching of te reo Māori and tikanga in English-medium settings.
This course is a hybrid course, which means that the course is taught simultaneously in two modes of delivery. The first mode of delivery is a blended course: you will have some compulsory in-class sessions on the Epsom campus and complete the rest of the course online. The second mode of delivery is a fully online course: you will join the compulsory on-campus sessions remotely using a video-conference function, and complete the rest of the course online. When you enrol you will be able to select your choice of delivery mode.
LO1. Critically analyse contemporary issues and strategies concerning the revitalisation of Te Reo Māori within English medium setting. LO2. Develop and implement personal te reo Māori language plan drawing on language planning theories. LO3. Critical analysis of issues and research related to the design and implementation of effective 2nd language teaching and learning programmes. LO4. Apply theories of language acquisition to design and plan for the teaching and assessment of Te Reo Māori, Tikanga Māori and Mātauranga Māori that link to national curricula and learning progressions.
Currently scheduled classes
2020 Epsom (Semester 2): Epsom (Semester 2): On campus block sessions on Monday 5 October, Tuesday 6 October and Wednesday 7 October; and Saturdays 17 October, 31 October and 7 November from 9:00am to 2:00pm.
2020 Online (Semester 2): 2020 Online (Semester 2): Scheduled online class sessions on Monday 5 October, Tuesday 6 October and Wednesday 7 October; and Saturdays 17 October, 31 October and 7 November from 9:00am to 2:00pm.
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This course can be taken as a taught course in the following programmes: