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He mihi puta noa mō tō karaihe (Some basic ways of addressing your class in Māori) Rārangi kaupapa (Table of contents) * He kupu, ā, he kīwaha puta noa.

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1 He mihi puta noa mō tō karaihe (Some basic ways of addressing your class in Māori) Rārangi kaupapa (Table of contents) * He kupu, ā, he kīwaha puta noa e hāngai ana ki tēnei kaupapa (Some common words and phrases associated with this theme) * Ko te mihi atu ki tō karaihe i te ata (Addressing your class in the morning) * Ko te mihi atu ki tō karaihe i te ahiahi (Addressing your class in the afternoon) * He mihi e hāngai pū ana ki tōu ake karaihe (Some ways for you to introduce your class specifically) This presentation has been prepared by staff of Te Tumu: School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

2 He kupu, ā, he kīwaha puta noa e hāngai ana ki tēnei kaupapa (Some common words and phrases associated with this topic) He kupu hou māu (Some new words for you) mōrena Good morning kauhau Lecture whakarongo Listen karaihe Class ata Morning ahiahi Afternoon pepaPaper He kīwaha hou māu (Some useful phrases for you) Ata mārie Good morning Kia ora Hello (informal) Ngā mihi nui o te ahiahi A very good afternoon Ngā mihi nui o te ata A very good morning Tēnā koutou Hello to you (3+, formal) Nau mai Welcome Haere mai Come here Haere mai ki roto Come inside START SLIDE SHOW THEN CLICK ON THE SPEAKER SYMBOL TO HEAR THE EXAMPLES

3 Te mihi atu ki tō karaihe (Addressing your class) Anei ētahi momo mihi mō te ata māu hei ako (Here are some typical ways of addressing your morning class for you to learn) Mōrena, nau mai ki tēnei kauhau Good morning, welcome to this lecture Ata marie, nau mai, haere mai ki roto Good morning, welcome and come in Anei ētahi momo mihi mō te ahiahi māu hei ako (Here are some typical ways of addressing your afternoon class for you to learn) Kia ora, nau mai ki tēnei kauhau Hello, welcome to this lecture Ngā mihi nui o te ahiahi, nau mai, haere mai ki roto A very good afternoon, welcome and come in

4 He mihi e hāngai pū ana ki tōu ake karaihe (Some ways for you to introduce your class specifically) Anei ētahi momo e hāngai ana ki tōu ake pepa (Here are some ways of addressing your class that are specific to your paper. These can be used at any stage of the day) Tēnā koutou, nau mai ki te karaihe o ……. (Name of the paper) Greetings to you (3+), welcome to the class of …… Hei tauira (An example) Tēnā koutou, nau mai ki te karaihe o MAOR110 Kia ora, whakarongo mai ki tēnei kauhau Hello, listen to this lecture

5 Tō ingoa (Your name) Mena e hiahia ana koe ki te whakamōhio atu ki te hunga tauira ko wai tō ingoa, me pēnei tō kōrero (If you want to tell the students your name, this is what you should say) Ko _________________ taku ingoa My name is _________________ Hei tauira (An example) Ko Hēmi Roberts taku ingoa Ināianei me whakauru tēnei kaupapa ki roto i tētahi horopaki (And now we need to put this into context) Horopaki (Context) You are introducing yourself to a morning class Mōrena, nau mai ki tēnei kauhau, ko _________________ taku ingoa

6 DO YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE? University of Otago’s Māori Language Policy Principle 2 The University of Otago will be proactive in the promotion of te reo Māori by: Recognising competence in Māori language as a valued skill Urging departments to recognise in their selection criteria the desirability of appointing staff who are bilingual in te reo Māori and English. Encouraging University staff, both academic and general, to take te reo Māori papers. Encouraging students to take te reo Māori papers as part of their degree. University of Otago’s Study Assistance Policy Where study is work related but is desirable rather than essential, 70% of the tuition fee and expenses may be granted. Where an application to study Maori Language papers is approved the grant will be 100% of the appropriate fee (30% of that will be funded by the Office of the Director of Maori Development). Where an application to study level one Maori Studies papers other than the language papers is approved the grant will be 70% of the appropriate fee.

7 DO YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE? Te Tumu offers in Summer School, Semester 1 & 2 the following:: MAOR110: Introduction to Conversational Māori This paper offers an introduction to the Māori language, and is a prerequisite for further language study. Please click on the link below for further information. Ko tōku reo, ko tōku ohooho Ko tōku reo, ko tōku whakakai marihi Ko tōku reo, ko tōku mana


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