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L3 Te Ao Haka

Subject Description

Teacher in Charge:

Required Prior Learning

Students wanting to enrol in this course will want to learn about Te Ao Haka. There is no prerequisite to enrolling in this course.

L3 Te Ao Haka

Te Ao Haka is a culturally responsive art form, providing opportunities for all ākonga to engage in Māori culture, language and traditional practice.

At NCEA L3, students refine their analysis of Te Ao Haka and their skills in performance. They are able to effectively express narrative and embody their performance.

Students in this course will undergo learning of various elements of Māori protocols and rituals for various Māori occasions, as well as learning all disciplines of Māori Performing Arts individually and as a performing bracket.  

All students enrolled in this course will be expected to demonstrate an on-going commitment, outside of the classroom, to Kapa Haka for the duration of the year.

Assessment will occur once students present a readiness to be assessed.

Learning Areas:

Te Whare Māori

Assessment Procedures