I tenei ra kua oti i ahau tetahi atu mahi Haerenga Ako Raumati. Ko te Haerenga Ako Raumati he kaupapa hei awhina i nga tauira ki te ako tonu puta noa i nga hararei o te Raumati.
I whakatau ahau ki te ngana ki te timata ki te whana me te whakanui ake i te mahi. Mo tenei mahi Te Reo Maori, me hanga e au he DLO e whakaatu ana i nga tauira o te rerekee o nga kaupapa. I te tuatahi ka matakitaki ahau i nga riipene ataata katoa hei awhina i ahau ki te mohio ki te mahi. Ka mutu taku matakitaki i nga riipene whakaata, ka timata ahau ki te mahi. Hei whakaoti i tenei mahi, me whakaaro ahau ki nga mea e toru me te rereke. I taku whakaaro mo enei kaupapa e toru, ka taapirihia e ahau ki runga i te DLO me nga whakaahua hei tauira mo nga kaupapa rereke.
Mo te ngohe piki ake, me penei ano taku mahi ki te mahi whana timata engari me whakamahi e au nga kupu e toru kei te paetukutuku Summer Learning Journey. I muri i taku maataki i nga riipene ataata katoa me te kite i nga tauira, ka timata ahau ki te mahi. Hei whakaoti i tenei mahi, i te tuatahi me rapu au i te keehe o nga kupu kei runga i te paetukutuku ma te whakamahi i te Papakupu Maori. I muri i taku kitenga i te rereke o nga kupu, ka pera ano ahau ki nga kupu penei i taku mahi i te mahi whana timata ma te whakatakoto ki runga i te DLO, me te whakamahi whakaahua hei tauira mo nga kupu.
I kitea e au he mea whakahihiri, he wero hoki tenei mahi na te mea he ahua uaua ki ahau te rapu whakamaori i nga kupu me te rapu i nga mea rereke, engari i kitea ano e au he huarahi pai hei awhina i taku Te Reo Maori.
Today I have completed another Summer Learning Journey activity. The Summer Learning Journey is a program that helps students keep learning throughout the Summer holidays.
I decided to attempt both kick start and step it up activty. For this Te Reo Maori activity, I needed to create a DLO showing examples of the opposites of topics. I first watched all the videos to help me understand the activity. Once I finished watching the videos, I got started on the activity. To complete this activity, I needed to think of three things and the opposite of it. Once I thought of these three topics, I added them onto a DLO with images as an examle of the opposite topics.
For the step it up activity, I needed to do the same as the kick start activity but I needed to use the three words provided on the Summer Learning Journey website. After watching all the videos and seeing the examples, I got started on the activity. To complete this activity, I first needed to find the opposite of the words on the website by using Maori Dictionary. After finding the opposite of the words, I did the same with words like I did on the kick start activity by puting them on a DLO, and using images as an example of the words.
I found this activity interesting and challenging because I found it a bit hard to find translate the words and find the opposites of it, but I also found it as a great way to help my Te Reo Maori.
3 thoughts on “Summer Learning Journey | Week 4: Activity 4: He Kupu Tauaro”
Hi again Te Raumati,
I am so impressed with your work on this task. Even though I did not know the maori words and their opposites, the pictures you selected made it very easy for me to grasp what the meanings were. I appreciate that you spent the time explaining your process. You write very clearly and logically. Do you enjoy writing ?
Keep up the amazing work Te Raumati – I am enjoying looking through your tasks. I’d also like you to know that this task has been marked as OUTSTANDING!! 🙂
Tēnā koe Te Raumati,
Ko Whaea Hinewa tōku ingoa, nāku ētahi o ngā Akoranga Raumati Te Reo Māori i whakarite (kaua ko tēnei mea, nā tōku hoa mahi kē).
He mīharo rawa atu ōu mahi. He pai rawa atu tōu whiriwhiri i ngā kupu hei aronga mō te mahi, ka rua koia kei a koe mō te rapu i ngā kupu tauaro! E mea ana koe i whai i whai huarahi pai koe kia āwhina i a koe, he aha taua huarahi?
He kupu hou te urupounamu me te puioio ki ahau, nō reira e hia nui ana ki a koe mō te rapu haere i ngā kupu nei.
Ngā mihi nui,
Nā Whaea Hinewa.
Malo e Lelei Te Raumati,
Nice work completing both the kick start and the step it up. The slideshows that you have created shows clearly which one is which in Maori, I can also see that you have written your blog in both english and Maori which explains to the people who don’t understand english.