Nau mai anō whānau. Welcome to Series 5 of Tōku Reo. Check out the new learning for our first week back!
It's recap time on the grammar points from yesterday where we looked at saying something was happening.
Let's take a look at how to use the negative form 'kāore ... i'.
Let's take another look at our learning from yesterday.
Let's recap the week now and our main learning points.
He wiki hou whānau. Me āta titiro.
Let's recap our points from yesterday.
Let's take a look at the learning point from today.
Another recap episode whānau. Let's revise.
It's the end of week two already. Let's review whānau.
Welcome back to another week of Tōku Reo. Let's take a look at what Raimona and Naomi have for us today.
Let's recap our new learning from yesterday.
For the second half of the week we'll take a look now at the new grammar point ' kāore...i a... '.
Have a look at a few exercises to help retain the learning points from yesterday.
Yes we've arrived to the end of another week and it's recap time!
Another new week of learning for all the whānau. Titiro mai!
Let's review the learning points from yesterday and see how well you do.
Today we have a new grammar point and new kupu hou. Kia kaha rā!
Let's review the lesson from yesterday whānau. You're doing well!
Let's review the learning from this week whānau. How to ask and say something happened in the past and how to offer your opinions.
Welcome back to another week of Tōku Reo and a new learning point and collection of kupu hou. Take a look!
Let's take another look at the learning from yesterday and practice, practice, practice!
Today we extend our learning of the passive sentence structure.
Today we have a few more examples to extend our learning of the passive sentence structure.
Congratulations whānau! We're at the halfway point of series 5. Let's revise our lessons this week.
He kaupapa hou, he wiki hou. Today we look at the use of ‘ki te’ in a sentence.
Today we revisit the use of ‘ki te’ in a sentence. Titiro mai!
Today's lesson is how to use 'kia . . . ai' in a sentence.
Let's review yesterday's lesson and take another look at the use of 'kia...ai'.
It's the end of another week, so it's time for our revision episode.
It's a new week whānau. Today we look at using 'how about?' or 'what about?' in a sentence.
Now we recap on yesterday's lesson. Titiro mai!
Today we look at using 'tēhea' in a sentence. Ko tēhea rā o te wiki tēnei e hoa?
Today we take another look at how to use 'tēhea' or 'which' in a sentence.
Wow! We've got to the end of another week whānau. Let's review our progress.
Today we are going to learn how to say 'or' when giving options.
Here's another chance to review how to use 'rānei' when giving options.
I tēnei rā we are learning two new grammar points. The first one is 'showing gradual change' using the kupu 'haere'.
Today we'll recap more on using 'haere' to show 'gradual change'.
Let's revise the learning points from this week whānau. Ka mau te wehi!
Saying 'while' in Māori requires two sentence patterns. Let's take a look!
We'll recap on yesterday's lesson on how to say 'while' in Māori using two sentence patterns. 'I ...' and the 'e ... ana' patterns.
Saying someone 'has' or 'owns' something is today's new kaupapa. Have a look at the examples.
Let's recap yesterday's lesson on saying someone has or owns something. To achieve this we use 'he' and the possessives 'tā'and 'tō'.
It's been a big week, using a combined sentence patterns to say 'while' and 'someone has or owns something'. Let's recap what they are one more time.
It's our last week of Tōku Reo whānau. But don't think we can slack off! Our lesson today looks at saying 'someone has or owns something' but we will expand on this a little more.
You know the drill whānau. It's another day to review our learning from yesterday.
In the following type of sentence only the plural forms of 'ā' and 'ō' are used, never 'tā' and 'tō'.
Time to recap on the use of the plural forms of 'ā' and 'ō' in our sentence pattern.
Today's recap lesson marks the end of Tōku Reo Series 5! It's been fantastic to have you with us on this journey whānau. Ka nui te mihi ki a koutou katoa.
Part 1 – GRAMMAR:
The grammar segment begins with the presenters explaining a sentence construction that utilises the vocabulary that will be taught in segment two.
They interact to demonstrate the sentence construction followed by graphical inserts in a role play situation. Here the audience meet our crew of the Tiwawe Driving Academy. This skit will help reinforce the learning points for the lesson.
At the end of the grammar segment is an interview with a kaumatua explaining the meaning of a colloquial expression peculiar to a certain tribe.
Part 2 – VOCABULARY:
Each week’s vocabulary relates to a particular theme. The presenters are the first to teach the words in the studio.
Based on best practise learning techniques, each word is pronounced first, followed by it’s written form. After each set of 5 words is introduced, they are presented again, but this time with a picture so the audience learns vocabulary in context.
The vocabulary section finishes with an insert from Ruakere Hond – A Commissioner with the Māori Language Commission, who teaches a newly coined word related to the theme for the week.
Part 3 – ACTIVITIES:
The activities segment is where the audience gets to put what they’ve learnt into practise.
Exercises and games incorporate learning from the first two segments of the show, and range from multi-choice, to freeze frame activites using inserts from earlier in the show.
Across the whole series, a large variety of these activities are used to keep the learning fresh, and the audience engaged.
At the end of this segment, Professor John Moorfield himself provides language learning tips to help the student get the most from the course.