26 min

003. Manawa ū ki te reo Māori Te Māturu

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Tangata whenua who are in the process of reclaiming their reo Māori collectively go through a myriad of unique emotions and experiences. When we assume that as Māori, we see te reo as valuable and relevant, our main challenge is addressing how we enable (and resource) whānau to engage with te reo. This podcast speaks to the findings from the national research project Manawa Ū ki te Reo Māori, which surveyed motivations and barriers for Māori language acquisition and use. Also discussed in this podcast is the importance of Māori thinking about whānau language planning as a long-term goal, as well as the launch of Dr. Awanui Te Huia's new book 'He Reo Tuku Iho'. Kia areare taringa mai, e te iwi!

Tangata whenua who are in the process of reclaiming their reo Māori collectively go through a myriad of unique emotions and experiences. When we assume that as Māori, we see te reo as valuable and relevant, our main challenge is addressing how we enable (and resource) whānau to engage with te reo. This podcast speaks to the findings from the national research project Manawa Ū ki te Reo Māori, which surveyed motivations and barriers for Māori language acquisition and use. Also discussed in this podcast is the importance of Māori thinking about whānau language planning as a long-term goal, as well as the launch of Dr. Awanui Te Huia's new book 'He Reo Tuku Iho'. Kia areare taringa mai, e te iwi!

26 min