Teacher in Charge: M. ClarkRecommended Prior Learning
Students will be notified which course they have gained entry for, subject to achievement in Year 10 and class size.
Note: current national review of standards may result in changes to the course.
The course covers similar material to what students have studied in Years 9 and 10 from Te Ao Māori; creative and formal writing, the study of literature (such as novels, poetry, short story, film) and unfamiliar texts and speeches. We offer up to 6 Achievement Standards - 3 of which students gain from work they do in class (internally assessed) and 3 standards which are assessed in an exam at the end of the year.
The goals for this course are to gain at least 15 credits towards achieving Level 1 NCEA. Students will develop the knowledge and skills needed to communicate effectively through creating visual, verbal and written texts. They will also develop the knowledge and skills needed to understand and interpret visual, verbal and oral texts.
The coursework will be informed from Te Ao Māori.
This course leads to a University Entrance approved subject.