lots of other apps - http://reopuzzlegames.online/ - These ones are great for children!!
http://www.papapa.co.nz/ - has some very cute or 'piwari' apps
More apps and games (there is a ninja game which is a little too violent to use in class, but lots of fun and the focus is te reo M aori) - at http://koroa.co.nz/apps/
Pronunciation - Te Whakahua Kupu kia tika
Dictionaries - Nga Papakupu
Maori Dictionary - maoridictionary.co.nz/ Paekupu - paekupu.co.nz - a dictionary containing arts and music specific language. Science Dictionary - Papakupu Putaiao - putaiao.tki.org.nz/Papakupu-Putaiao - Extensive vocabulary list. Look for your search term by clicking the field/button labelled 'Rapua'. A Maori language dictionary of mathematics - Te Reo Pangarau - www2.nzmaths.co.nz/ Maori/dictionary/ - Look for your search term by clicking the field/button labelled 'Kimihia'.
Online courses and interactive activities - Nga Akoranga-a-ipurangi me nga ngohe rawekeweke
Te Whanake - tewhanake.maori.nz - is based on the language learning series by John Moorfield. Very comprehensive - with everything from animations, to interactive quizzes, and a TV series. A lot of these resources can be used in the classroom easily and effectively. cybersoul.co.nz/tauihu/exercises.html- Te Tauihu (some interactives that teach the sentence structure "Kei te pehea koe?" along with the responses from John Moorfield's Te Kakano. There are also interactives that teach parts of the body, days of the week, and months of the year). Maori TV On Demand - Over 961 language learning episodes at maoritelevision.com/tv/on-demand?category=13 You can also watch kapahaka, drama, documentaries and more in te reo Maori, which supports improvements in pronunciation, meter and fluency. If there are specific episodes that you cannot find - try etv.org.nz - Log-in using your Auckland Uni email, then your sign-on... eTV has a huge range of programmes available =)
YouTube channels and other song collections - Nga hotaka TiriAta me etahi atu kohinga waiata
VIDEO VIDEO NZ Folksong - http://folksong.org.nz/waiata.html. Each song is shared along with music, translation, and background on the song and author (if available).
https://nz.pinterest.com/ - is a fabulous resource. Do double-check what you find here, because there is a range in the quality of the resources that have been pinned.
Ruth Lemon - 51 pins
- Mihimihi, building sentences, sayings, myths and more.
Nicky Mason - 88 pins
- Karakia, myths, vocabulary, printables and more.
Green Grubs Garden Club - 30 pins
- Waitangi Day focus.
Melissa Bedford - 103 pins
- Art ideas, songs, vocabulary and printables.
Beck M - 95 pins
- Marae information, symbols and their meanings, vocabulary and more.
Linda Gordon - 204 pins
- Videos, laying a hangi, making a poi, games, vocabulary and more.
Some Research - Etahi Rangahau
weforum.org/agenda/2016/02/how-being-bilingual-rewires-your-brain/?utm_content=bufferf1bc7&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer How being bilingual rewires your brain
http://tandc.ac.nz/tandc/article/view/155/276 This opinion piece aims to grow awareness of a range of technological initiatives that are supporting Maori language regeneration. These initiatives (like Maori Minecraft) have been chosen because they have communities of users. This piece could be useful to educators who want to learn about the options that are available in this area, or students of Maori language for similar reasons. Te Reo M aori ka rere: ‘Talknology’ and M aori language as a language of choice.
New links that need to be organised