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2017 Ūara Student Voice Matching Activity

Ruahikihikitanga Workshop Ūara and Student Voice Matching Activity includes printable

  • descriptions of the 6 ūara
  • student voice statements
  • Master including both Ūara and associated student voice statements

2017 Ūara Activity Section 1 – Values descriptions

2017 Ūara Activity Section 2 -Student Voice

2017 Ūara Master – Voice and analysis

 

Ruahikihikitanga Workshop presentation Te Taumutu Rūnanga hītori

This is a copy of the presentation delivered at the Ruahikihikitanga Workshop

2017 Te Taumutu Rūnanga Hitori presentation

 

2015 Te Whakahaere mihi whakatau mo ngā whare mātauranga kei raro i te korowai kaitiaki o Ngāi Te Ruahikihiki – Mihi Whakatau in schools and education organisations under the care of Ngāi Te Ruahikihiki

 

Te Wai Tuku Kiri translation – Waiata kupu

Te wai tuku kiri – Soundfile of waiata

2013 Hītori hikoi ki Muriwai Te Taumutu Rūnanga Education Hui – Muriwai and Tuna booklet

2013 TTR Education Hui booklet - Tuna

He Kohinga Karakia 2012

He Kohinga Karakia cover

N.B. This resource IS able to be obtained and used by other schools and organisations (outside of Taumutu’s rohe).  Copies can be obtained by contacting the office taumutu@ngaitahu.iwi.nz

He Tirohanga Ūara No Taumutu ~Te Taumutu Rūnanga Values for schools 2010 (PDF)

Te Taumutu Runanga Hitori~ History 2008 (PDF)

E Ai Ki ngā kōrero mai i Taumutu Purakau – Taumutu stories (PDF)

Guide to Pōwhiri at Ngāti Moki marae 2007 (TKoA) (PDF)

Other Ngāi Tahu rauemi:

Ngāi Tahu waiata – see the Kotahi Mano Kaiko website

The Ngāi Tahu Mahinga Kai series (click here for Youtube link) is a lifestyle series featuring 12 ten minute episodes filmed in the stunning landscape of Te Waipounamu. It captures the stories and essence of traditional food gathering practices passed down through the generations.  The series offers a window into the lives of Ngāi Tahu whānau carrying on the food gathering traditions of their ancestors from tūna and pātiki on the east coast, medicinal rongoā plants in the north and kanakana in the far south. Through our characters we explore the evolution of the practice – its past, present and future and we learn about the species and their natural environment.

The episodes on tūna and pātiki were filmed at Waihora.