Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2017 – Kia ora Te Reo Māori – Let the Māori language live!
Ōpaki is a Māori language series that uses a range of learning techniques, games, music and activities in Te Reo Māori. It has been made for Māori television. Start from series one, episode one. Karawhiua! Give it a go!
Ōpaki, Series 1 Episode 1
Whakakorikorihia te arero ki tō tātou reo e hoa ma. Kōrero! Kōrero! Kōrero!
Get your tongue moving with the Māori Language. Talk! Talk! Talk!
Kia ora everyone and welcome to Māori Language Week 2017!
The theme Kia ora te reo Māori was chosen to celebrate New Zealand’s indigenous greeting, and also as the words ‘Kia Ora’ are an exact description of the intent of the new partnerships for te reo Māori revitalisation between the Crown and Māori under the new Māori Language Act 2016.
For more information visit Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori website.
DeafBlind Awareness week runs from 25 June to 1 July, 2017.
DeafBlindness or dual sensory experience is as unique and diverse as our learners. Our young people can have varying degrees of vision and hearing; however the combined effect can present distinctive challenges with access, communication, orientation and mobility and connection to the wider world. Raising awareness is the first step to understanding.
For more information about DeafBlind Awareness check out Deafblind UK and Deafblind Scotland.