New Zealand Resources: Mihi

New Zealand Resources: Mihi

This New Zealand Te Reo resource is perfect to help reinforce the students learning of their own personal mihi. Students will need to translate the key Maori words in each line to English. Also included are various formats of lined borders for students to publish their mihi on. This pack includes: Mihi Worksheet - Write and glue Mihi Worksheet - Write only 3x Lined borders to publish the students mihi on. Thanks
Kiwilander
Discussion Roles - Roleplay cards to structure group talk for oracy

Discussion Roles - Roleplay cards to structure group talk for oracy

A set of 6 roleplay cards to which can be used to structure class discussion by allocating jobs for those participating. Allows hesitant or shy students to get involved in debate and other group talk by assigning roles. Improve classroom oracy by encouraging structured discussion. 1 - Start it 2 - Build on it 3 - Challenge it 4 - Make it clear 5 - Prove it 6 - Summarise it Included are six A4 posters for display as well as an A4 card that includes each role in one place. The card can be cut into square tokens or badges to hand out to individual students, or printed and handed to groups as a whole.
DifferentiatedLearning
Nga Whakaaro

Nga Whakaaro

An opportunity to practice Te Reo in the classroom with simple phrases about feelings. Great for Maori Language Week each year, or any time of the year! This resource has two activities. The first can be challenging, but can be made simpler and is more suitable for older primary students. The second is a simple activity suited for junior students. Both provide an opportunity to use Te Reo in the classroom with simple phrases about feelings. This resource contains a list of feelings in Te Reo and English, a matching activity worksheet, feelings cards, feelings faces chart, a frame for face drawing and teacher notes.
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