Share Your Story

Read about other people’s experience of learning and speaking reo Maori – or contribute your own experiences and thoughts.

Tukuna mai nga korero mou

Panuitia nga korero pono a etahi atu mo te ako ki te korero me te kawe i te reo Maori - tukuna ranei o ake korero pono me o ake whakaaro.

 

Te Wahi Korero

Ko te Wahi Korero o te Ropu Korero Maori, te ara e taea e nga hoa o te ropu te whakawhitiwhiti whakaaro mo nga kaupapa nui e pa ana ki te reo Maori.

Ka ahei te katoa ki te panui i nga korero kei te Wahi Korero, engari ka taea e nga mema anake o te ropu te whakaputa korero.

I tenei wa kua huri o matou whakaaro ki te whakaingoa i etahi kaitakawaenga hei kaitiaki mo nga kaupapa o te wahi korero.

Kia oti te whiriwhiri i nga kaitakawaenga, ka kokiritia nga wahi korero.

Kei te whakaaro hoki matou ki te whakahaere wananga whakangungu i nga kaitakawaenga kei waenganui o te marama o Hakihea 2005. Ka timata nga wahi korero kei waenganui o te marama o Kohitatea 2006.

Mehemea kei te hiahia koe ki te tu hei kaitakawaenga, tukuna mai to tono ki a matou.

Mo naianei, panuitia, tukuna ranei o korero ki te wahanga Tukuna mai nga korero mou, he wahi korero e watea ana ki te katoa ki te tuku mai i o ratou ake korero mo te ako, mo te whakaako, me te whakatairanga i te kawe i te reo Maori.

Forum

The Korero Maori Club Forum will be a place where Club Members can discuss topics of interest concerning the Maori language.

While anyone can read the forum discussions only club members will be able to contribute. At this stage we are waiting to appoint moderators to oversee the forum topics.

We expect to have the forums up and running once the moderators are appointed. We plan to run moderator training in Wellington mid December 2005 and kick start the forums mid January 2006.

If you are interested in becoming a forum moderator let us know.

In the meantime why not read or contribute to Share Your Story, a message board where anyone can tell us about their experience of learning, teaching or promoting the use of reo Maori.