Matariki y tradiciones relacionadas en países donde se habla español
Would you like to discuss and share how to integrate Matariki in the Spanish language classroom with fellow Spanish teachers?
Matariki marks the beginning of the new year in the Māori lunar calendar and is the most significant celebration in the Māori calendar. Matariki falls within the same dates as other celebrations in Spanish-speaking countries.
About the course
Tuesday 16 May
Thursday 22 June
16 May - Wellington College
22 June - Online
Who should attend?
Spanish teachers of all year levels OR any languages teachers who are interested in this topic and have some knowledge in Spanish.
Please join us either in person or online to learn about the similarities and differences between Matariki and some Spanish celebrations and traditions. Participants will also have the chance discuss and share classroom activities and ideas with fellow Spanish teachers.
Please note in advance that both workshops are going to be delivered in Spanish so B1 or higher is recommended.
Tui Tuia | Learning Circle Languages is funded to provide professional learning for provisionally and fully registered Primary, Intermediate and Secondary teachers throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.
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