Helping New Learners Move From Confusion To Clarity In Te Reo Māori
30. A Letter From Hana Kōkō
A short letter from Hana Kōkō for all our tamariki!
29. Moving to Aus and Regaining te reo Māori - Chaya
Meet Chaya. Chaya and her whānau moved to Australia a number of years ago. Te reo was always around them, not always fluently but always there. Since arriving in Australia though the use of te reo in her whare had dropped off. She's now on a pathway to...
28. Pākehā Contribution to te reo Māori - Geoff
Meet Geoff. Geoff shares his insights into learning te reo, what it means to him as a Pākehā and how completing the Bootcamp course has set him up for his reo journey!TE REO FACEBOOK GROUP: https://bit.ly/tereogroupTE REO PODCAST:...
27. How to improve your Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking
In this episode, we're going to look at strategies related to listening, reading, writing and speaking.Waiata reference - https://tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Reo-Maori-resources/Hei-WaiataAlso check out Episodes 7, 8 & 23 for reference to support the...
26. Learning Te Reo In Melbourne, VIC - Leighton
Meet Leighton. Leighton has used his spare time in the Victora lockdown to learn te reo, something that has been calling him for many years. His story will have a lot of parallels with those living in Aus!TE REO FACEBOOK GROUP:...
25. Pākehā learning te reo Māori - Vicki
Check out Vicki's experience taking the 30 Day Te Reo Māori Bootcamp. Vicki is a Pākehā kiwi with a keen interest in learning te reo. She experienced many challenges on the journey but has succeeded in the course and is now on the path basic fluency!TE...
Great learning tool
Very grateful I have stumbled upon this podcast! I have listened and re listened! Perfect when I’m in the garden, cooking, at the supermarket etc. Love that it is spoken slowly and clearly for a beginner! Looking forward to hearing more! Ngā manaakitanga ki a koe Grant!
Less chat more learn
Too much rambling.. so little learning
I clicked on to episode two and the first thing I heard was Grant confessing he wasn’t sure how to say pronunciation. That was when I stopped taking him seriously as a language teacher.