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Mātauranga Māori meets the Spanish Class: Exploring Cultural Connections

In this workshop we will explore the connections between Māori culture and the Spanish-speaking world.

Mātauranga Māori meets the Spanish Class: Exploring Cultural Connections
Category

Languages

Structure

Workshop

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Role/Audience

Teacher

Duration

1 hour

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Mode

Online

Location

Auckland

Funding

Ministry funded

Overview

Discover the unique bond between Māori and the Spanish-speaking world in this immersive workshop.

About the course

Course information

When:

Wednesday, 15 May 2024

3.45 pm to 4.45pm

Where:

Online - Zoom link will be provided for registered participants

Please note that this workshop is a repeat of the one held in Auckland in 2023

Registrations open on 29 April 2024 and close on 13 May 2024

What we will cover

In this workshop, we will explore the connections between Māori culture and the Spanish-speaking world. Through engaging discussions and activities, we will delve into various topics including art, history, greetings, and more, examine them from both Māori and Spanish-speaking perspectives.

This workshop also provides a valuable platform for teachers to come together, share their experiences, and exchange ideas.

This workshop is a repeat from the 2023 one that took place in Auckland.

Spanish B1 level onwards is recommended.

Structure
Cost

At no cost for NZ registered teachers.

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.

Other

External facilitator: Tomas Renna - Spanish Teacher, Hamilton Boys´ High School

Our partner: Embassy of Spain

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