Te reo Māori on the go – Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Rātū

Ata Marie tātou, kei te pēhea koutou? Ngā mihi ki a koutou.

Kei a koe te tikanga – (it is up to you) – kia kaha kōrero ki te Māori

I have  recently joined the ‘smart phone’ club and will never again say to  tōku taitamariki /rangatahi (teenager) to get her face out of her phone! In fact I am the one who now gets – “are you on your phone again!”

Tōku waea pūkoro (phone) has been an extension of my te Reo Māori learning. Tūmeke!
I can now titiro, whakarongo me kōrero te reo Māori while waiting at te tākutu, waiting for te taitamariki/rangatahi (which is often), when TV is hōhā, when I am having a kai and sitting under he rakau feeling te rā on tōku kanohi.

I have found useful pages on Facebook that give me instant new learning in a very visual way.  My ‘photo’ app is now full of great kupu, rerenga, kiwaha me whakataukī. Like this one, that I can now copy, paste and/or share, print and stick on the fridge at home, in the office, in the car …

And for a short sharp bit of akoranga me pikitia (learning with pictures) :

Save the photo, use the kupu me Kōrero te reo Māori.

Check out some more technology and social media reo.

Kōrerorero mai, tell us how you do it – Kōrero Māori.

 Kia maia, kia manawanui – perserverance is well rewarded

 

 

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