Ba honours te reo m ori in University of canterbury
This discipline enables people to explore their identity as New Zealanders and to pass on their passion for this language of Aotearoa to others. Te Reo M ori is a highly recommended language option for those who might work with M ori people, indigenous industries or in education, public or communications roles that require bicultural and multicultural competency.UC staff have expertise in aspects of language acquisition, language revitalisation, bilingual/immersion education, second language teaching pedagogy, change in the M ori language over time, and M ori English. Aotahi has offered regular w nanga reo (language immersion field trips) to local marae for its language students for the last 20 years.
IELTS of 6.0, TOEFL ibT of 80, TOEFL PBT of 550 with TWE of 4.5, CAE/CPE of 169, PTE of 57, CCEL EAP Level 2 C+ grade, Academic history
Community development worker, Policy analyst, Probation officer, Secondary school teacher