Thread subject: maori.org.nz Papa Panui - Notices :: Akonga

Posted by Akonga01 on 27-09-2011 02:52
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Kia ora ki a kotou katoa. I tenei wa, i kitea atu au mo he mahi kua tae mai, a te mahi a Awhi-Kaiako (He 'Teacher aid) kei roto i he wananga, he kura kaupapa, he kohanga reo hoki. I reira, kua whakaaro i a au, enei mahi, i kua awhina nei i toku mahi kei roto i te Whare Waananga a Waikato, ko he "BA in Maori arts and culture". Kia Ora, me pai ana ai.

Greetings to all. At the moment I'm looking to become a teacher aid in a maori or bi-lingual learning environment to help woth my studies at the university of waikato. Thus I am focusing my search in the Hamilton/Waikato area.
I am fairly good with waiata, taonga puoro and general tikanga, as well as having a good knowledge of Te Reo maori.
On this note if there are any Kapa Haka groups seeking new members I would love to join, as I can whakapapa back to Kahungungu and Porourangi, both ancestors that have links to Ngati Maniapoto and Ngati Raukawa.

Hui e, haumi e, taiki e.

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