He whakaaturanga hei whakakitenga e rongo ai te taringa i te reo e kite ai a whatu, i te āhua o te Māori. He maha nga whakaaturanga hei tapiri, hei whakatairanga mo te kaupapa, he konakona noa enei.
These are some videos programs that may be of interest or have a particular Kōhanga Reo focus. while watching you will be able to hear and see the Māori language been spoken verbally and physically (body language).
Waka Huia TVNZ Te Reo Tātaki:
Waka Huia 2015 Rangi Laskey, the matriarch of Hineteiwaiwa Kōhanga Reo
WHAEA: She’s nurtured more than 100 children and only lost one, her beloved son.
This is a story about the Kōhanga Reo movement through the eyes of one of its teachers, Rangikapiua Laskey, who has nurtured all children who have been through the doors of Hineteiwaiwa Kōhanga Reo, The University of Auckland’s kōhanga reo.
WHAEA: Neke atu i te 100 tamariki kua poipoia e ia, kotahi anake te tamaiti kua ngaro ki tua o te ārai, ko tana tamaiti tonu.
He kōrero tēnei mō te Kōhanga Reo mā te tirohanga o tētahi o ana kaiako, o Rangikapiua Laskey, te kuia kua poipoi i ngā tamariki katoa kua kuhuna ngā tatau o Hineteiwaiwa Kōhanga Reo, te kōhanga reo o Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau.
Waka Huia 2015 Through the eyes of their grandchildren, we meet Rawinia & Toko Te Kani.
LEGACY – RAWINIA & TOKO TE KANI: Through the eyes of the grandchildren we meet the dynamic duo who shared their own legacy of history and culture with the Gisborne community.
HE WHAKAMAHARATANGA: Mā roto i ngā kōrero a ā rāua mokopuna, ka tūtaki a Waka Huia ki a Rawinia rāua ko Toko Te Kani. Te tokorua i tuari i tō rāua hītori me tō rāua ahurea ki te hapori whānui o Tūranganui-ā-Kiwa.
Waka Huia 2015 Mere Broughton speaks of how everything Māori do is political
‘Everything we do as Maori is political – health, education, culture – we’ve had to fight for it. It’s the politics of being Maori.’ Mere Broughton (Ngati Awa, Taranaki) tells it like it is.
‘Ngā mahinga katoa a te Māori he mahi tōrangapū – hauora, mātauranga, ahurea – he hua nō te tohe. Ko te tōrangapū o te ao Māori.’ Kāore he huna o te korero a Mereiwa Broughton (Ngāti Awa, Taranaki).
Waka Huia 2015 LEGACY Sir James Henare
In the first of our Waka Huia Legacy Series we honour the memory of Northland leader Sir James Henare. His twin grandsons reveal the intimacy they shared with the man they called Karani Papa.
Hei whakarewa i te wāhanga ‘Ngā Ōhākī’ i tēnei terenga o Waka Huia, ka whakanui mātou i a Tā Hēmi Hēnare, te rangatira nui nō roto o Te Taitokerau, mā te whakawhiti kōrero ki āna mokopuna māhanga e rua, mā Peeni rāua ko Taatai Hēnare, e hoki mahara nei ki tō rāua karani pāpā i rangia i te ititanga.