Te Reo Māori 201
Te Reo Māori 201 is a course in which students will be assessed on their oral, writing and comprehension skills.
It consists entirely of Achievement Standards and is a mix of practical and theoretical work. 14 credits are internally assessed and a further 10 credits will assess the students understanding of Te Reo Māori through external exams.
The internal assessments will require students to produce an extended piece of creative writing, deliver and oral presentation.
Each internally assessed standard is assessed at its completion.
The external assessments will require students to respond to questions on short texts, visual texts, and produce pieces of formal and informal writing.
Each externally assessed standard is assessed formatively through tests and school examinations.
Te Reo Māori is studied for four hours per week.
NCEA Assessment Dates and Deadlines
2-6 April Kōrero i tōna ao AS90440 6 Credits
25-29 June Whakarongo i tōna ao AS90449 4Credits
16-17 August Hanga Tuhinga AS90757 4 Credits
Next Assessment Date:
2-6 May Kōrero i tōna ao 6 Credits
5 Minute speech about a famous person
Term 3 September Practise Examinations for Achievement Standards
NCEA School Examinations
Tuesday 20 November 9.30 am College Hall