Te hiku radio te hiku tv te hiku tech te reo archives about login te. Over a million stunning new images at your fingertips. Reading is an important aspect of your te reo maori programme and especially reintroducing some words and phrases learned previously in written form. Ka nui te aroha me te whakamoemiti mo to kaha ki te hapai, ki te pupuri me te whakakaha i nga mea katoa e pa ana ki to hapu a ngati whakaue a tae noa ki to iwi a te arawa whanui i roto i nga mahi huhua o tenei whakatipuranga me o awhina hoki i o pakeke me ou kaumatua. St josephs maori girls college 2014 yearbook by seas cookson.
In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, teachingbooks supports the first amendment and celebrates the right to read. This book is one of a set of five shaped board books. Ko te nonu by swan, epi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Like tens of thousands of hawaiian patriots, kamakaia was a loyal subject of liliuokalani and the hawaiian kingdom. Buy the word book japanese literature series original by kanai mieko, paul mccarthy isbn. A pronunciation guide in the back of the book gives new learners to te reo a. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. This magnificent old carving comes from the taupo district. Tenei o koroua o ngati whakaue e mihi atu nei ki a koe. Identify the local dialect used for the question how are you.
Pdf kei te pehea koe download full pdf book download. A good patai to have in your kete is kei te aha koe. Online modules of animated movies and activities that complement the te whanake textbooks for learning maori. Ask the students to move to the picture that best reflects how they are feeling. When out in the play ground, ask how the students are. They quickly see that bragging about your ia before you catch them might just leave you hoka emptyhanded. Kei te pehea koe e tenei ra in english with examples. Millions of products all with free shipping new zealand wide. Kua panui au i te pukapuka a foster me te pukapuka a harlow. Reading is an important aspect of your te reo maori programme and especially reintroducing some w.
Jeremiah 12 1 tika tonu koe, e ihowa, ina totohe ahau ki a koe. Aug 22, 2016 yet, as i said, it doesnt change what you saw. Contextual translation of kei te pehea koe into english. Ko te, first edition abebooks abebooks shop for books. Cymbelinea favorite romantic drama, this play of a wife unjustly accused of faithlessness moves from a world of intrigue and slander to one.
Bilingual version when five children go spear fishing, they start telling each other about all the fish theyre going to catch. Te whare and ko kiwi ma by ngaere roberts and christine dale new titles from new publisher one tree house. Kei te pehea koe is how to ask someone how they are in te reo maori. Translation of ntho ke ba hweditse ba mo hlwekisa ntho yeo mo leotong. Koe ngaahi palomesi a e otua tonga nyasa edition tupou, elizabeth on. Textbooks, study guides, cds, teachers manuals and the bilingual maori dictionary of the te whanake series. The surveys tell us what maori students, nonmaori students and teachers are saying about their experiences.
If there are 3 or more people, koutou is used instead of koe. Kiswahili set books notes covers damu nyeusi, mstahiki meya and kidagaa kimemwozea mwongozo guides. Happy, sad, angry, lonely sometimes it can be hard to say how we are feeling. Boost engagement with internal communication videos. Curriculum level 1 te reo maori lesson plans teacher. Kei te pai this week we look at more responses to the question through the same toku reo video that was linked to last weeks post. This poster has handdrawn illustrations showing the different responses you can use like, pai good, pouri sad, hiakai hungry, and makariri cold. Shi ni iku kimi, yakata ni mebuku zouo translation project. Click here to check it out, where you will see these responses. Eiki koe ofa a au featuring imisi by aisea taimani free. During te reo, we have been learning to ask and respond to others about feelings. Choose from millions of great ebooks at rakuten kobo.
Stream eiki koe ofa a au featuring imisi by aisea taimani from desktop or your mobile device. A pronunciation guide provides a simple guide to the lan. Ngazi ya mwanzo, elementary level lets speak series english and swahili edition by senkoro, fikeni e. From the board of trustees tena koutou e te whanau.
Kei te pehea koe in english with contextual examples. Learn to ask how are you and how you are feeling in te reo with this boom deck of interactive cards. Young and old alike will be able to describe whether they are feeling hoha bored. Multidimensional approach to the teaching and learning of swahili as a foreign language. Kei te pehea koe available for download and read online in other formats. Data from these are presented back to schools in a format that they can use to analyse the evidence. A pronunciation guide in the back of the book gives new learners to te. We all really enjoy speaking in te reo and lots of us are getting pretty confident. See more ideas about maori, books and childrens books.
How do you feel tracy duncan introduces, in maori and english, different emotions. For two people use korua instead of koe, and for three or more people use koutou instead of koe. A beautiful illustrated bilingual picture book of phrases to help children say how they feel in maori and english. Using a rainbow of colours and characters, this beautiful bilingual book depicts a variety of moods. Maori and english translations for answering how you are feeling kei te pehea koe. Te reo maori kura aurakicurriculum guidelines for teaching and learning te reo maori in englishmedium schools. This will help the teacher or learner who is unsure of pronunciation and needs. Its suitable for kenyan students and teachers for kcse examination.
Enter the story name and page number to jump directly to the page ex. Introduce the vocabulary to describe how someone is feeling see language to use below. Te reo singalong book kia ora nzsl, te reo maori, english duration. In book 1, the following four major evaluative criteria for assessment, based on the principles of te whariki, are set. Te reo singalong book kei te peke ahau nzsl, te reo.
Reo pepi series especially kanohi by kitty brown and kirsten parkinson a great sturdy bilingual board book series. For beginners, scroll through and learn the different kupu mahi action words below. Born in mangakino and raised on the coromandel peninsula, tracy duncan now lives in the moutere hills of nelson where. This te reo foldable features 6 important physical feelings hungry thirsty healthy cold sick tired a great addition to the other feelings you may have learned. Online activities of the te whanake textbooks for playback on computers, television or portable devices. Ive read the book by foster and the book by harlow. Jer 12 maori step tika tonu koe, e ihowa, ina totohe. A gorgeously illustrated book to help readers to describe how they feel in maori and english. The proficiency target for language development at years 1 to 6, levels 1 and 2, is te whakatotanga beginning to use te reo maori. Young and old alike will be able to describe whether they are feeling hoha bored, makariri cold, matekai hungry, or simply tinopai rawe fantastic. My hypothesis is that the nike would be the best because it. Periclesthe first of shakespeares late romances moves spectacularly from one dramatic period to another as the hero, pericles, sails off to adventure and love, and experiences what for him is a miracle. A delightful, easy introduction to saying how you feel using te reo. A pronunciation guide in the back of the book gives new learners to te reo a simple guide to the language.1063 196 279 1561 680 1283 888 928 1169 619 1316 1553 1076 581 541 895 824 1008 805 820 570 1216 1048 938 583 812 316 905 1300 688 1254 1397 163 137 99 1418