Mon, Jan 15|
3-Month Reo Challenge!
Join Kaiako Amelia to improve your ability to speak te reo Māori!
Time & Location
Jan 15, 2024, 11:30 PM PST – Apr 07, 2024, 11:30 PM PDT
About the class
Kia ora koutou katoa,
Our 3-Month Reo Challenge is BACK to help you improve your ability to speak te reo Māori ! If you are looking for consistancy, accountability and community on your te reo Māori journey this challenge is for you!!
What is the challenge?
The challenge is to speak te reo Māori every week for 12 weeks!
How will this be accomplished?
- Kaiako Amelia will be posting 2-3 videos in te reo Māori every week for 12 weeks in our challenge Whatsapp group. Your job is to respond to the videos in te reo Maori.
- Videos will include questions about yourself, games (scavenger hunt, finding certain objects), guess who?, sharing different elements within te Ao Māori such as whakataukī (proverbs), karakia etc
- You will also have the opportunity to interact with other learners in the group and practice texting and speaking in Māori.
- We will also have a meet up over Zoom each month the challenge is running to answer any questions students might have and practice speaking in te reo Māori!
What you will get:
- Weekly te reo Māori practice and engagement with the language
- Weekly accountability and consistency
- 3 x monthly Zoom meetings
- Exposure to new words, sentences and phrases
- Interaction and connection with other Māori language learners
- Support on your te reo Māori journey
- A community Māori learners living in Aotearoa and around the world
- A step closer to fulfilling your te reo Māori goals!
1) Register via this link
2) You will receive a link to join the WhatsApp group via email a few days before we start as well as directions on how to download WhatsApp (if you don't already have it on your phone).
3) The challenge will starts on Monday January 15th (PT) and run for 12 weeks.
About the instructor:
Amelia Butler (Learn Māori Abroad Founder & Kaiako/Teacher) is of Ngātiwai, Ngāti Awa and Ngāpuhi descent. She attended Kōhanga Reo (Māori language preschool) at a young age and grew up in Auckland. Amelia studied Māori by correspondence at secondary school and led her school’s kapa haka group. She went on to major in Māori language, culture and performance in her Bachelor of Arts degree and Māori Land Law in her Bachelor of law degree at the University of Auckland. Amelia moved to America in 2009 and is currently based in Memphis, TN. She has shared Māori language & culture with various groups and organization in the USA including UCLA, University of Hawaii, Pacific Island Ethnic Arts Museum, Warner Bros Studios, Sony, Bullet Proof Coffee, Kiwis in LA, Tourism NZ, Penguin Random House, Atlas Obscura and Intel.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Amelia at email@example.com. Nga mihi!
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