He mea whakaputa te rauemi o Te Tohu Reorua i te Reo Māori me te Reo Pākehā: He kupu ārahi e kairangi ai ngā tikanga nā Te Puni Kōkiri me Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori hei whakamaha ake, hei whakapai ake hoki i te tohu reorua puta noa i Aotearoa.
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Kī ana te pukapuka whai kupu ārahi i te tohutohu pai hei āwhina i tā ngā whakahaere pāhekoheko atu ki ngā hapori Māori me tā rātou tautoko kia nui ake te kitea o te reo Māori mā te tohu.
Te Tohu Reorua i te Reo Māori me te Reo Pākehā: He kupu ārahi e kairangi ai ngā tikanga
He wāhanga tēnei pukapuka whai kupu ārahi nō tā te Kāwanatanga rautaki hei whakarauora i tā tātou taonga, i te reo Māori. Kei roto ētahi pārongo ā-horopaki e pā ana ki te āhua o te whakaritenga o te pukapuka whai kupu ārahi me te take i whakaritea ai, ā, kei roto hoki tētahi tirohanga whānui kua whakarāpopotohia me ētahi tohutohu hei āwhina i te whakahaere ki te whakarite Mahere ā-Mahi mō te Tohu Reorua.
- Rawhitia tētahi tānga ā-hiko o te pukapuka katoa e whai kupu ārahi ana (e whekori ana): Ngā Tohu Reorua i te Reo Māori me te Reo Pākehā [PDF, 8MB]
- Rawhitia tētahi tānga ā-hiko o te pukapuka katoa e whai kupu ārahi ana (e wheriko ana): Ngā Tohu Reorua i te Reo Māori me te Reo Pākehā [PDF, 1.2MB]
He hua te pukapuka whai kupu ārahi nō te tohutohu a te Rūnanga o te Kāwanatanga, ā, i whakaputaina e te Minita Whanaketanga Māori i te 9 o Whiringa-ā-rangi, i te tau 2016.
Ngā Mātāpono o te Tohu Reorua
E whā ngā mātāpono matua hei whai kia whakaritea he tohu reorua e tiketike ana te kounga.
- He ratonga e tere ana ki te urupare, e wātea ana hoki
- Te kitea o te reo
- Te ōritenga o ngā reo
- Te kounga o te reo
He Tohutohu ā-Hoahoa
Mā ētahi tohutohu KIA WHĀIA me ērā KIA KAUA E WHĀIA e āwhina ngā whakahaere kia tutuki ai ngā mātāpono matua e whā o te tohu reorua e kounga ana.
He rārangi tohu whānui i te reo Māori
He rārangi tohu, he whakamāori anō hoki kei a Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori hei whakamahinga mā koutou ki te whakarite tohu reorua i tō koutou wāhi mahi.
Mātakina te ataata
Tukuna te waewae kia takahi ka whakarongo ana ki tā ngā Quin Tiki waiata ukiuki e reorua nei kia kitea ai te māmā o tā wai rānei whai i ngā tohu reorua.
E mihi ana ki a Rim D. Paul me Stebbing Recording Center, me Zodiac Records mō rātou i whakaae kia whakamahia tēnei waiata reorua, a Poi Poi Twist.
Whakamātauria tā mātou kai roro
Mā tēnei kai roro poto, mā tēnei whakamātautau ngahau hoki e whakaatu ki a koutou te māmā o te whai tohu reorua – ahakoa tō kore rānei e kōrero Māori, ahakoa rānei kātahi anō ka tīmata tō ako i te reo Māori.
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