Kura Reo Kāi Tahu 2019
Jan
7
to Jan 11

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu 2019

Nāia te rahi o Kāti Huirapa, o Kotahi Mano Kāika e toro atu nei ki a koutou e te iwi. Ka tū te Kura Reo Kāi Tahu ki Arowhenua 2019 hai te 7-11 o Iwa. He wānaka reo tēnei hai ako i kā kōrero a Pōua mā, a Tāua mā, i kā kōrero o Kāi Tahu. He kaupapa tēnei mō te huka e pīkoko ana ki tō tātou reo, ko tīmata kētia te ako i te reo Māori. He kaupapa ā-whānau kōrero Māori tēnei. Ko kā poureo hai te tau e heke mai nō kā tōpito katoa o Kāi Tahu. Ko te kaupapa matua: Hai whakanui i tō tātou rautaki reo Māori, Kotahi Mano Kāika, Kotahi Mano Wawata.

“He taoka te Kura Reo Kāi Tahu hei noho tahi ā whānau, ā iwi, ki ruka i te kaupapa o te reo rakatira” Lily Fraser (Puketeraki, Ōtākou).

Kai hea: Arowhenua Marae

Āhea: 7-11 Iwa, Rāhina ki te Rāmere

Rēhita mai: http://www.kmk.maori.nz/event-registration/

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Kia Kūrapa ki Awarua 2019
Feb
1
to Feb 3

Kia Kūrapa ki Awarua 2019

Keen to get started with te reo? Or maybe brush up on those basic skills you’ve already learned? Kia Kūrapa is a safe, supportive learning environment for all learners whether you are an absolute beginner or have already got some te reo under your belt, this is the wānaka for you!

Whether you're struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā or ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your reo Māori. 

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Kia Kūrapa ki Puketeraki 2019
Mar
15
to Mar 17

Kia Kūrapa ki Puketeraki 2019

Keen to get started with te reo? Or maybe brush up on those basic skills you’ve already learned? Kia Kūrapa is a safe, supportive learning environment for all learners whether you are an absolute beginner or have already got some te reo under your belt, this is the wānaka for you!

Whether you're struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā or ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your reo Māori. 

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Kia Kūrapa ki Te Tai Poutini
Oct
26
to Oct 28

Kia Kūrapa ki Te Tai Poutini

Keen to get started with te reo Māori? Or maybe brush up on the basics? Then Kia Kūrapa is for you. Kia Kūrapa is a marae based, weekend long wānanga aimed at beginners and intermediate language learners.

Whether you’re struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā and ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your te reo.

Please note that the dates for this event differ from the dates originally advertised.

Registrations have now closed.

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Kura Reo Rakatahi
Oct
7
to Oct 11

Kura Reo Rakatahi

KURA REO RAKATAHI KI KOUKOURĀRATA (Port Levy), Banks Peninsula, Canterbury

7 - 11 October 2018

Kura Reo Rakatahi is an opportunity for school-aged rakatahi from years 8-13, to strengthen te reo Māori/Māori language skills in a fun, learning environment.

For all levels

Limited places available. Priority will be given to those who are registered with Te Rūnanga o Koukourārata and Ngāi Tahu.

Register your interest online now

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Funding Round
Oct
5
5:00 PM17:00

Funding Round

Applications are sent to the KMK Language Advisor.

All applications will be considered by the KMK Funding Committee.  Written notification of the decision of the KMK funding Committee will be provided to the applicant within 20 working days after the funding round closes.

The decision of the KMK Funding Committee is final and binding, and no correspondence will be entered into.

The next round closes at 5pm on 5 October 2018.

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Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2018
Sep
10
to Sep 16

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2018

"Kia Kaha te reo Māori"

The dates of 10-16 September 2018 for the next Māori Language Week were announced at the Māori Language Awards 2017. September 14 is Māori Language Day commemorating the presentation of the 1972 petition on the Māori Language to parliament. Hundreds of people now celebrate September as Mahuru Māori, in which they dedicate themselves to speaking only Māori.

The theme will be 'Kia Kaha te Reo Māori’ following on from the success of last year’s theme ‘Kia Ora te Reo Māori’.  ‘Kia Kaha’ is well known in New Zealand English with its correct Māori meaning of ‘be strong’. We often talk about languages as if they are people – talking about language health, strength and revitalisation. So when we say ‘Kia Kaha te Reo Māori’ we’re saying  - ‘Let’s make the Māori language strong'. (Te Taura Whiri i te reo Māori, 2018)

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Kia Kūrapa ki Kaikōura 2018
Aug
31
to Sep 2

Kia Kūrapa ki Kaikōura 2018

Keen to get started with te reo? Or maybe brush up on those basic skills you’ve already learned? Kia Kūrapa is a safe, supportive learning environment for all learners whether you are an absolute beginner or have already got some te reo under your belt, this is the wānaka for you!

Whether you're struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā or ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your reo Māori. 

Ko kī te whare e hoa mā - registrations are now closed.
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Kia Kūrapa ki Tuahiwi 2018
May
25
to May 27

Kia Kūrapa ki Tuahiwi 2018

Keen to get started with te reo Māori? Or maybe brush up on the basics? Then Kia Kūrapa is for you. Kia Kūrapa is a marae based, weekend long wānanga aimed at beginners and intermediate language learners.

Whether you’re struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā and ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your te reo. Kia Kūrapa are held approximately 3-4 times each year.

This is a whānau friendly event - a tamariki programme (2-12 yrs) will run alongside the learning programme.

This Kia Kūrapa is being held at Tuahiwi Marae, Tuahiwi.


We are now at capacity and registrations are closed. Keep an eye out for more events. 

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Kura Whakarauora reo ki Ōtākou
May
18
to May 20

Kura Whakarauora reo ki Ōtākou

Kura Whakarauora is a practical focused workshop to assist you with the revitalisation of te reo Māori. Kura Whakarauora will provide you with the mechanics, basic knowledge and tools to support you to introduce and increase te reo Māori learning and use with those you intend to work with.

You can be at any stage of your language journey. Open to beginners, intermediate or advanced. 

This is not a KMK event, however, Kotahi Mano Kāika will be kaitautoko.

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Kura Reo ki Te Waipounamu 2018
Apr
15
to Apr 19

Kura Reo ki Te Waipounamu 2018

He rūmaki reo Māori tēnei. Ko te whāinga ia kia whai wā ngā akonga ki te whakapakari reo, kia hōhonu ake, kia rerehua ake, kia Māori ake. Ko ngā kaiako, ko tērā hunga e matatau ana ki tō tātou reo, e kaingākau ana ki tō tātou reo, ā, e whakapeto ngoi ana ki te whakahaumanu ai te reo Māori hai reo tuku iho.

Ka tū tēnei Kura Reo ki Tuahiwi hai tēnei tau.

Ko aukati kā rēhitataka ināianei.

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Kura Reo Kāi Tahu 2018
Jan
14
to Jan 18

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu 2018

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu is a week long immersion wānanga with the focus of developing an individual’s depth, quality and fluency of te reo Māori while also learning Ngāi Tahu history. From kōrero ōkawa (formal language), to kōrero ōpaki (informal), kīwaha (idioms) to wetewete reo (grammar), make sure you bring all of your papakupu to Kura Reo Kāi Tahu. The teachers at Kura Reo Kāi Tahu are our exponents of te reo Māori who have a passion for revitalising te reo Māori. This year the Kura Reo will once again take place at Arowhenua Marae

This is a full immersion reo Māori event suitable for intermediate to advanced speakers of te reo Māori

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu is a whānau friendly event, however children attending must be able to speak te reo Māori, and must be comfortable in a full immersion reo Māori evironment.

Priority will be given to iwi members registered with Whakapapa Ngāi Tahu

 

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