Ko te whāinga o ngā aratohu nei he āwhina i ngā pouako ki roto i ngā kura rumaki reo Māori, ina whakamahi ana rātou i te pukapuka Te Tautoko 75.
Kei te pukapuka nei ētahi rautaki pānui, whakaaro raupapa akoranga, me ngā taputapu ako mō te aroā pānui mēnā koia te whāinga matua o te ako.
E rua ngā wāhanga ako ka arohia i roto i te Te Tautoko 75, ko Pūtaiao me Tikanga-ā-iwi, ā, ko te te ohaoha me te pakihi ngā aronga.
Ko ngā kaupapa o roto i te pukapuka e pā ana ki ngā whenua Māori, te hītori me te whakamahinga. Tērā e rua ngā tuhinga e pā ana ki ngā wheako whaiaro: te noho me te mahi i runga i te pāmu, me te Hīkoi Takutai Moana o 2004.
Ka taea e ngā pouako te whakarerekē i ngā taputapu ako kia hāngai ki tō rātou ake hōtaka whakaako.
These teachers’ notes aim to assist teachers within the Māori medium sector when they use the journal Te Tautoko 75.
It provides a variety of reading strategies, lesson sequence ideas and learning tools where reading comprehension is a key aim of the learning and teaching.
Pūtaiao and Tikanga-ā-iwi are two of the learning areas in Te Tautoko 75, with a focus on economics and business.
The themes in the journal relate to the history and use of Māori land. There are two articles that relate to personal experiences: living and working on a farm, and being part of the 2004 Foreshore and Seabed March.
Teachers can adapt the learning tools from these teachers’ notes to use in their own teaching and learning programmes.