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.
Te reo Māori is the first language for Nuia Pomare’s family and workplace. Rēhita mai i www.mahurumaori.com
Build your Te Reo Māori skills this month with TetraMap. In recognition and support of Muhuru Maori join by TetraMap Facilitators Haani Huata and Kararaina McLean for this learning event.
Julian discovered his love for te reo Māori in 2019 while working as a security guard at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (TWoA) and began his journey after speaking with the kaiako (teachers) during his shifts.
He puoro hou mō Mahuru nā Hāni Dread. Ko te nuinga o tana waiata he kaupapa Māori, ā, he akoranga kei roto, he kōrero, he hītori.