Mark received:

97.75%

For practicum 1, I addressed staff and students with my pepeha. I believe this demonstrates Graduating Teaching Standards – 1d, 3b, 4e, and 6d by showing my respect for tikanga Māori, it would likely appeal to students who are Māori speakers and showcases my proficiency to speak Māori correctly.

A) Greetings (1 Mark)

Tēnā koutou katoa Greetings to all    

 

B) 2 Geographic Statements (2 Marks)

Ko Blue Mountains taku maunga Blue mountains is my mountain       
Ko George’s River taku awa Georges river is my river

 

C) Relationship Statements (4 Marks)

Ko Uili te hapū        Iuli is my extended family group
Ko Fasavalu rāua ko Via aku mātua tupuna [grandads name] and [grandmas name] are my grandparents
Ko [mums name] taku Māmā [mums name]  is my mother
Ko [dads name] taku Pāpā [dads name]  is my father

 

d.) Own Name (1 Mark)

Ko [my name] ahau I am [my name]  
e) Place of Origin (1 Mark)    
Australia ahau I am from Australia  
 

f) Closing Mihi (1 Mark)

 
Nō reira, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa In closing, greetings, greetings, greetings to you all