Terri Hughes

Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori 2021

Terri will kōrero, whakarongo, ako, tākaro, pānui and waiata. "Ka mahi au katoa - kōrero, whakarono, ako, tākaro, pānui me waiata "

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Activities

Craig W is not from Aotearoa but he has been a staunch supporter of everything Māori...

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Amy is new to Waka Kotahi and is super keen to increase and improve her reo...

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This is one of my 7 reasons for speaking the reo #IntergenerationalLanguageTransmission #TaongaTukuIho...

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Because you can never play enough Kahoot when learning about sentence structure...

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The learning is never ending ...

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Ko au te toa o te kemū nei!...

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We still wanted to share kai but couldn't do our usual hakari with everyone so this year our alternative kai...

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Jumping on the sign language 'Pepeha' trend #ReoMoment ...

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Read my pukapuka entitled "Waiata Maori Songs In History" #ReoMoment ...

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Alice B taking snapshots of all she has done this week to be a part of Te Wiki o Te...

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He aha te toa o te kemū? Tātou katoa!...

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Matt from our Workplace Services has been a champion in promoting te reo in our work place every day...

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What a way to showcase the important mahi being done around road safety for iwi Māori...

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On the right is Paul...

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Stacie S is an integral part of our Learning and Development team at Waka Kotahi...

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This didn't happen at 12pm on 14 September but still a Reo Moment...

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An online session learning our Agency waiata this morning...

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Some of our Māori Partnerships team from Waka Kotahi participated in the Kahoot quiz on Monday...

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