Current Paper Offering - TIKA520
|TIKA520 - 14A (HAM)|
|Nga Waiata me nga Haka|
He rapu i te takenga mai o te pūoro me ngā momo waiata a te Māori. He whai i ngā momo pūoro Māori katoa hei waihanga tauira, hei whakapakari ake i ngā reo me te mōhio o nga ākonga ki ēnei mea. He whakaako i te ākonga ki te rapu kōrero, ki te whakarāpopoto kōrero, ki te wetewete kōrero, ki te whakatakoto kōrero hoki e hāngai ana ki ngā pūoro Māori. Kia tutuki pai ēnei whakaritenga ka matatau ngā ākonga ki te rangahau, me te tātari i ngā kohikohinga; ka kōrero whānui e pā ana ki ngā kaupapa o te pūoro; ka mōhio he aha ngā rerekētanga o ngā momo pūoro ā tauiwi ki ā te Māori; ka mōhio he aha ngā kaupapa i waiata ai te Māori; ka mōhio ki te tito i tētahi waiata pātere, mōteatea rānei.
This paper delves into the origins of sound and the vast types of compositions of the Māori people. It follows the various Māori sounds, which students may use as a basis for composition, and also broadens and enhances students' language and knowledge in this area. Students are taught to research, summarise, analyse, and write about Māori sound and music. Upon successful completion of this paper, students will:
Internal assessment/examination ratio: 1:0
Note: This paper will be taught in Maori.
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