Kei a koe te korero

He korero tau mo tetahi tuponotanga reo Maori hei awhina pea i etahi atu o te hunga ako i te reo Maori?

Ko Kei a koe te korero mou te huarahi e taea e koe o ake korero pono mo te ako me te whakaako i te reo Maori te tuku mai.

Ahakoa ka pehea ra te iti, te hohonu ranei o o korero o naianei, ka taea tonu nga korero pono a etahi atu te panui mai me te ako mai. Ka taea hoki te tiki atu o ratou whakaaro mo nga take nui mo te reo Maori i tenei wa.

Na reira, tukuna mai nga korero mo to ake kawe i te reo Maori, me nga mahi reo Maori a to whanau, to pakihi, to kura, to hapori ranei - he aha nga momo awhina, e ngawari ai, he aha nga momo uauatanga kua kitea, mo te ako ki te korero Maori.

 

Share your story

Have you got a story about your Maori language experience that could help others learn to korero Maori?

Share your story gives you a chance to contribute your real life experience of learning or teaching the Maori language. And whether or not you have story to contribute now, you can read about and share other people’s ideas and experiences as well as see what they think about some of the issues facing Maori language today.

So let us know about how you, or your whanau or your business, school or community use te reo everyday – what’s made it easy and what has been difficult about learning to korero Maori.