Understand the marae structure and related symbolism Prepare you for what you can expect when arriving on the marae Understanding the role of tapu noa and mana on the marae. In a teaching and learning context this allows you to receive new teachings and knowledge.
Me tatari te ope manuhiri ki waho i te marae ki te waharoa.
Marae are symbols of tribal identity. Nā reira uiuia nga kaimahi o te marae nei mō ngā wāhi kaipaipa o Te Whare Wānanga nei He marae WAIPIRO KORE TARUKINO KORE hoki tēnei marae Kāre e whakaaengia te kai waipiro tarukino hoki i ngā kaupapa ka. Every Marae has its own tikanga and kawa customs and rules.
Suzanne Duncan Te Rarawa Te Aupouri Lecturer Otago University. Hiahiatia whakararā i muri i ia haora mo 2 ra i muri i nei kia ngaro te sputum. Welcome to all whanau and friends of Te Tikanga Marae Tokorangi Our page is a vehicle to keep our whanau up to date on events and kaupapa within our hapu and trust that you will share the information with aroha and integrity.
Ka waiata te tangata whenua. The whare tipuna is also named Te Tikanga. The home people sing.
Nau mai haere mai ki te wharangi nei. Ki te maka o te ara maremare-pupuku. Ngā tikanga o te marae SUZANNE DUNCAN TE RARAWA TE AUPOURI LECTURER OTAGO UNIVERSITY Objectives Understand the marae structure and related symbolism Prepare you for what you can expect when arriving on the marae Understanding the role of tapu noa and mana on the marae.
The visiting group should wait outside of the marae at the. The marae is where experiential teaching and learning takes place. Nau mai haere mai welcome one and all.
Ngā tikanga o te marae. Ngä Tikanga o te Marae Generic protocols when visiting a marae Marae means to clear the mind. Kua hariru ngā manuhiri ki ngā tāngata whenua.
Kua hiahiatia reira ki te tareka i ½ rita o te wai 1 tīpune. They are meeting places where people can. Tikanga o Te Marae.
Tāne-te-wānanga and Tū-te-ihiihi other names for Tāne and Tūmatauenga preside over the kawa of the whaikōrero One tikanga practice that must be followed at the conclusion of the speeches is the koha gift from the manuwhiri to the tangata whenua. Our Marae Kawa is Ngapuhi. Te Piringatahi O Te Maungaarongo means means The bringing together of everyone in peace and unity.
The marae connects ancestrally to the Arawa and the awa Rangitikei. Ki te mahi i tenei kia koutou te whakamahi hoki horoi take rongoā otinga houra. The visitors come onto the marae.
Much of the tikanga practiced on marae today has remained unchanged over the years. Hoani Waititi Marae offers separate programmes for Taane and Wahine. Ka whaikōrero ngā manuhiri.
Te Tikanga Marae Tokorangi has 1249 members. This gift symbolises their thanks and respect to the tangata whenua for hosting them. Meet Hokipera Ruakere-Papuni Kidsafe falls prevention facilitator – Hapu Wananga ki Taranaki and Member of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori Taumata Advisory Group.
He kura tangata e kore e hokia The treasure of land will persist but not a treasured personattesting to how important land is. Te Piringatahi O Te Maungaarongo Marae is an Auckland based Marae affiliated with the Northern Iwi – Ngapuhi. He mea nui kia kaua e aitua horomia otinga houra.
Ko kā tāepaepa kā waewae o Te Rā The suns legs are hanging down over the hole he rests inhurry up or you too will be late He kura kāinga e hokia. The elder makes a formal speech. Te haere ki tētahi marae Marae are Māori community facilities that usually consist of a carved meeting house a dining hall and cooking area and the marae ātea sacred space in front of the meeting house.
Tunu i te reira tino māmā. Ko tāu mahi he whakamaumahara he whakamātau ki a koe anō te whakaraupapatanga tika. The main premise being that the marae proper is the domain of Tūmatauenga the deity of.
The visitors make a formal speech. Where is your local marae. Whiwhi i te tikanga o te gargling.
Your job is to remember the terms and test yourself on the correct order. The protocols witnessed on marae throughout Taranaki today have largely been influenced by the Parihaka prophets Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kākahi. The primary hapū is Ngāti Waewae Pikahu Waewae of Ngāti Tūwharetoa.
Tikanga Maori programmes use Maori philosophy values knowledge and practice to help Taane or Wahine increase their understanding of their Maori identity teach them values and improve their self-esteem helping them become motivated to address the causes of their offending. Anei ngā tikanga o te marae hei whakamōhio atu ki a koe. Ngā tikanga whakahaere mō te marae me te wharenui.
Te Tikanga marae is located in Tokorangi 60 km east of Whanganui. He wāhi AUAHI KORE tēnei. Ka whaikōrero te koroua.