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Toi Te Kupu 102

Kaupapa

He niupepa reo Māori a Toi Te Kupu hei pānui mā te hunga taiohi.

I tēnei putanga ka tirohia te tauwhainga ā-motu waka ama mō ngā kura tuarua 2016. Ka whakawāhia, ka uia hoki a Moana Jackson e Toi Te Kupu mō te kaupapa TPPA. Arā noa atu ngā kaupapa ka tirohia: arā, ko te whakapātaritari i te hunga taiohi e mau moko ana, ko te Tapati i Rapanui, ka uia hoki a Kayla Cullen nō te Kapa Raurawhe Hiriwa.

Description

Toi Te Kupu is a Māori language student newspaper designed for ākonga in Māori medium schools and settings who are working at levels 5–8 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (2008). 

The purpose of the magazine is to: encourage and support students to read independently; motivate and engage students to read and think critically, discuss and write about contemporary events and topics; model text types that ākonga are expected to produce; and provide a pathway, platform and resource for students to contribute as writers. In this issue we look at the 2016 Waka Ama Secondary School Nationals held in Rotorua. We look at the TPPA and also interview Moana Jackson about his thoughts on the issue.