We had over 95 reo champions tell their stories which reached collectively over 259.2K people in Aotearoa 🤩 All the reo journeys were inspiring and motivating but alas we can only award three. Today we announce our second place winner #motereo #MahuruMāori
Learning the poetic Māori language and understanding tikanga Māori is an important part of being a New Zealander, says Nick Chin.
The first te reo Māori course to be held in Russell in eight years has been dubbed a resounding success, despite the impacts of COVID-19 forcing tauira into an unfamiliar online learning environment.
ANNOUNCEMENT: We had over 95 reo champions tell their stories which reached collectively over 259.2K people in Aotearoa 🤩 All the reo journeys were inspiring and motivating but alas we can only award three. Today we announce our Third place winner #motereo #MahuruMāori
Keep an eye out as we get closer to announcing our first prize winner for #MahuruMaori and celebrate our reo champions along the way.
It’s a familiar feeling for many on their te reo Māori journey and one Tanya Tucker knows well. “For ages I’d say as little as possible in class and felt really out of my depth,” she says.
We’d like thanks to those whom shared their reo journeys and their motivations in our #motereo video competition. Here’s another batch of videos.
Continuing on from last week as we inch closer to announcing our three winners, in this weeks playlist, we are shown by our reo champions why they korero te reo Maori 🥰🔥 #motereo
To celebrate our entries for #motereo we are going to be sharing our entries aka reo champions, in a series over the next few weeks. Soon we’ll be announcing our three winners of $5k, $3K and $2K🔥.
Xanthe Banks says Māori is the original language of this land, so it is appropriate that we celebrate it in Aotearoa.