3 edition of Te Ahua found in the catalog.
Carl T. Laugesen
|Statement||by Carl T. Laugesen.|
|LC Classifications||DU422.8 .L38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||81163690|
Te Puia houses the New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute, established in the s to foster all aspects of Māori culture. At Te Puia, national schools of carving, weaving and other traditional arts train talented students from around New Zealand under the guidance of master craftspersons. He tikanga hei whakamarama atu ki ngā uri whakatipu o te wā nei, ara hoki kia panui rātou te ahua me ōna tika māori katoa o tēra wā. Nau Epiha, Ngāpuhi kaumatua Each story should capture the imagination and interest of children in every generation.
21 Na ka hanga e te Atua nga tohora nunui, me nga mea ora katoa, nga mea ngokingoki i ngahue ake nei i roto i nga wai, o ia ahua, o ia ahua, me nga manu whai parirau katoa, o ia ahau, o ia ahua: a ka kite te Atua, he pai. 22 Na ka manaaki te Atua i a ratou, ka mea, Kia hua koutou, kia tini, kia kapi hoki nga wai o nga moana i a koutou, kia tini ano hoki nga manu ki runga ki te whenua. The book 'To Live' narrates the life stories of a country man called Fu Gui. He was born into a very rich family but he loved gambling. Eventually, he lost all his possessions and became poor. His father died after knowing this, while his mother became seriously ill. Fu Gui went to find a doctor but was forced to join the army on the way/5(34).
Te Ahua. Maori Portraits by Carl T. Laugesen. Publisher: C.T. Laugesen, Greytown, New Zealand, 30 cm, pp, colour art illus Very good hardback with jacket. Merata Kawharu is the director of research at the University of Auckland’s JamesHenareMaoriResearchCenter and an associate professor of research at OtagoUniversity. She is the editor of Whenua: Managing Our Resources, a finalist in the Montana Book Awards, and Tahuhu Korero: The Sayings of Taitokerau, which won the Te Reo Maori category at the Nga Kupu Author: Merata Kawharu.
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Get this from a library. Te hurihanga o te ao Maori: te ahua o te iwi Maori kua whakatatautia. [Graham Victor Butterworth; C N Mako; New Zealand. Department of Māori Affairs.]. (noun) adverb - a word that gives information about an action or state. Ki ētahi me he pūmahi te hoa haere (pēnei i te 'kua', i te 'e ana'), he tūmahi āhua te kupu tika ā, me he tūingoa te hoa haere, he tūāhua te kupu tika (HJ ).
/ To some people, if the accompanying word is a verbal particle (such as 'kua' and 'e ana') it is correctly called a 'tūmahi āhua. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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The Book Te Aka Māori-English, English-Māori Dictionary and Index by John C Moorfield. This dictionary comprises a selection of modern and everyday language that will.
Let's count the ovals". A delightful book written in te reo with the English translation included. Listen to the CD while looking through the pictures and use the follow up ideas for Nga Ahua (Shapes). No prior knowledge of te reo Māori required; Book comes with Singalong CD, guitar chords, English Translation of the book and extension activitiesBrand: The Writing Bug.
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Join in the fun and make up your own actions to this book about shapes and body parts. A boy makes a triangle with his arms. A girl makes a diamond with her legs.
At the end, all the friends make a circle. The gorgeous illustrations on the right hand pages give the children the chance to search for more shapes when the song is over.
This book gives children and teachers plenty of opportunity. Te Ahua Maitland The Pureora Forest, in the central North Island, is rich with history. It all began with the eruption of a huge volcano.
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Ezekiel 10 Maori Bible (MAORI). 10 Katahi ahau ka titiro atu, nana, i te kikorangi, i runga ake i te mahunga o nga kerupima, ka kitea i runga i a ratou me te mea he kohatu hapaira, rite tonu ki te ahua o te torona ki te titiro. 2 Na ka korero ia ki te tangata i te kakahu rinena, i mea ia, Tomo atu ki waenganui o nga wira e hurihuri na, ara ki raro i te kerupa, whakakiia ou ringa e rua ki nga.
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A recent archaeological dig at Te Ahua pa (Q11/61) above Mercer Bay found a plethora of artefacts and materials that add to our knowledge of how Maori lived around Piha in the mid to late 15 th century. The dig was carried out by Auckland Regional Council and Auckland University and volunteer archaeologists as a condition of the consent to rebuild the path down to Te Ahua Point with a look.
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