Te Ao Haka Level 3
Teacher in Charge: Mrs R. McLean
Te Ao Haka Level 3
Te Ao Haka explores the many cultural aspects of Kapahaka through performance, tikanga and Te Reo Māori. It encourages creativity through song writing, music, choreography and story telling.
At this level, students are encouraged to delve deeper into the different genres of waiata and to begin to make sense of the world around them. This understanding will then lead to learning about composition of original waiata and performed in part by the student. Students will keep a diary of their thoughts and trials around learning different genre and to also critically analyse and compare different groups to one another. They will also learn about a specific skill of their choosing and develop their understanding and competency in how to apply and implement this skill in their performance.
Te Ao Haka will offer "Te Ao Haka" Achievement Standards, or, Māori Performing Arts Unit Standards at this Level.
Te Reo Māori standards will be offered where applicable and at the chosen Level.
Recommended Prior Learning
At Level 3 students will have either completed the Achievement Standards or Unit Standards at Level 2.
Assessment InformationTe Ao Haka Achievement Standards, Level 3
AS: 91984 Reflect on a personal learning journey in a discipline of Te Ao Haka. (5) Internal.
AS: 91985 Perform three categories within a discipline of Te Ao Haka. (5) Internal.
AS: 91986 Perform two Te Ao Haka disciplines. (5) External.
AS: 91987 Demonstrate understanding of a key role within Te Ao Haka. (5) External
Māori Performing Arts Unit Standards, Level 3
US: 22756 Perform a Māori performing arts Bracket. (10) Internal
Actor, Art Director (Film, Television or Stage), Dancer, Film/Television Camera Operator, Director (Film, Television, Radio or Stage), Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Media Producer, Barrister, Interpreter, Solicitor, Early Childhood Teacher, Human Resources Adviser, Health Services Manager, Health Care Assistant, Primary School Teacher, Kaiwhakaako Māori, Youth Worker, Secondary School Teacher, Teacher Aide, Television Presenter, Intelligence Officer,
Courses outlined will only be available if sufficient students wish to take them AND appropriate staff are available to teach them. Courses that do not run may be offered through distance learning and be supported by the Distance Learning Department.