May 10, 2021

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Strengthening the reo in the Maori screen industry

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A new course is being launched which seeks to focus on strengthening the use of Te Reo Maori for those working within the Maori screen and film industry.

  • 955205: WANANGA REO PAPAHO -TE REO MAORI FOR SCREEN PRODUCTION

This course has been specially designed by Te Ara Poutama, in consultation with Ng? Aho Whakaari, to strengthen the use of Te Reo Maori for those in the Maori screen industry. The aim is to develop oral communication skills through practical, situational and functional use of Te Reo Maori in the screen industry.

The course is delivered over two sessions, to be held during weekends in March and May 2012 by Erana Foster (Waikato, Ngati Hako, Ngati Maru, Ngati Maniapoto) and Hohepa Maclean (Ngati Kahu, Ngati Hine). The first session in March is a Noho Marae, including a sleep-over for two nights. The second session in May is class-room based, without a sleep-over. The course is open to all, regardless of previous knowledge of Te Reo, and free of charge to New Zealand citizens.

DATES & TIMES
6pm, Friday March 23rd to 3pm, Sunday March 25th
8.30am, Saturday May 19th 3.30pm, Sunday May 20th

VENUE
Powhiri, Nga Wai o Horotiu Marae, 6pm, Friday 23rd March
Auckland University of Technology, Corner Wellesley, Symonds and St Paul Streets

ENROLMENT
Places are limited. To secure your place on the programme, please complete and return the attached enrolment form before February 27th to Ella Henry. Under the Programme Pathway on the Enrolment Form please add AKCOP (Certificate of Proficiency), Paper Name: W?nanga Reo I, Paper Code: 955205.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
Ella Henry, Te Ara Poutama, Private Bag 92006, Auckland 1142
Ph: (09) 921-9999, ext 6097, Fax (09) 921-9971, Mob (021) 455-120
Email [email protected]

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