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eBook TE WHANAKE 1: te kakano ePub

by John C. Moorfield

  • ISBN: 0582718198
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: John C. Moorfield
  • Publisher: Longman Paul (1995)
  • Pages: 166
  • ePub book: 1863 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1901 kb
  • Other: txt docx lit mbr
  • Rating: 4.4
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Born in Huntly on 18 October 1943, and raised in Te Kauwhata, Moorfield was the son of Moya Ella Winifred Moorfield (née Walker) and her husband Robert Peter Moorfield.

Te Whanake 1: Te Kākano. A beginner-level textbook designed for adults and teenagers. Online modules of animated movies and activities that complement the Te Whanake textbooks for learning Māori. Online activities of the Te Whanake textbooks for playback on computers, television or portable devices. Te Whanake TV. Streamed television programmes for developing listening comprehension skills. Pearson Eduction NZ. VO2 web design.

Te Whanake 1 Te Kākano 1. Meeting people, exchanging pleasantries and making kinship connections. Te Whanake 4 Te Kōhure 1. The King Movement and the struggle for settlement of land confiscation grievances by Waikato.

Te Whakaako i Te Reo Teaching Māori Using The Te Whanake Collection. Te Whanake 1 Te Kākano 1. 2. Finding out about people’s activities. Types of sayings in Māori, including whakataukī, whakatauākī, pepeha, kupu whakaari, tongi, kupu whakarite and kīwaha; dialects.

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by John C. Moorfield. Series: Te whanake (1). Members. Designed for adolescents and adults wishing to learn Māori. an aid for both the learners and the teacher. designed primarily for use by the learners away from the classroom"-P.

John Cooper Clarke, poet and national treasure, recorded this poem in 1982. Most of Clarke’s poetry is rhythmic and can be set to music. It works best as a performance poem, best read aloud to maximise the humour. It is a love poem with a difference, in that the speaker uses inanimate objects as metaphors - vacuum cleaner; Ford Cortina, coffee pot etc. Each has its humour and significance. Note the Cortina anchors the poem in the 1970s and 1980s. The Arctic Monkeys reworked it for their own I Wanna Be Yours.

Moorfield, John C. (2002). Te kākano : pukapuka tātaki study guide (2nd e. Auckland, . : Longman. Moorfield, John C. (2004). Pearson Education New Zealand.

Te Aka. John C. Maori-English, English-Maori Dictionary and Index (Te Whanake). 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Te Aka from your list? Te Aka. by John C. Published January 2005 by Pearson Longman. Internet Archive Wishlist.

A beginning-level text for adults and senior secondary learners of Maori.