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This story is a recount of the last 40 seconds of a very intense basketball game from a player’s point of view. It has very detailed and descriptive text of different game play moves in basketball.
Ngā hononga ki te marautanga
Te Reo Māori i roto i te Marautanga o Aotearoa (wh 60, 68, 77, 86, 95, me 103)
|Whāinga paetae||Ka whakarongo, ka mārama, ka pāhekoheko te ākonga kia mau, kia roa ai ngā whiriwhiri ā-rōpū i ngā tūmomo horopaki ako katoa.|
|Ngā pūkenga||Ko te maumahara, ko te whakautu i ngā ariā matua me ngā pātai e pā ana ki ngā horopaki e taunga ana te ākonga.|
|Whāinga paetae||Ka taea e te ākonga te tīpako mai me te pānui ngā tuhinga, hei whakangahau, hei whakaea hoki i ngā kaupapa kua whakaritea.|
|Ngā pūkenga||Ko te tāutu i ngā ariā matua me ngā ariā tautoko o roto i te kōrero.|
|Whāinga paetae||Me mārama, me whai hua tā te ākonga, tāna tuhi i ngā momo tuhinga huhua noa.|
|Ngā pūkenga||Ko te tīpako i te momo tuhituhi e hāngai ana ki te kaupapa me te pūtake o te kōrero.|
|Whāinga paetae||Ka mātakitaki, ka mārama te ākonga ki ngā momo reo ataata, reo ā-waha, me te mōhio anō ki te pānga o tētahi ki tētahi.|
|Ngā pūkenga||Ko te auahatanga o te whakaaro reo ataata.|
|Whāinga paetae||Ka taea e te ākonga te whakamahi ngātahi te reo ā-waha me te reo ataata kia puta ai ngā pānga e hiahiatia ana.|
|Ngā pūkenga||Ko te whakakotahi i te reo ataata e hāngai ana ki te reo ā-waha|
a. Introduction to text:
Ask the students the following questions to draw out their prior knowledge of watching sports games.
“Who has been to or seen an intense sport game between two rival teams?”
“Ko wai o koutou kua kite, kua haere atu rānei ki tētahi kēmu kaha nei te whakataetae i waenganui i ngā tīma?”
“Who won?” “Ko wai i toa?”
“What was the score?” “He aha te piro whakamutunga?”
“Who scored the winning goal?” “I piro i a wai te piro toa?”
“What incident ocurred that made the team win?” “Nā te aha i toa ai taua tīma?”
“When did it happen?” “Inahea i pēnei ai?”
“How did it happen?” “Nā te aha i pēnei ai?”
“What was the crowd doing?” “I te aha te hunga mātakitaki?”
- The students will think, pair, and share their ideas.
Provide a brief summary of the story and introduce the story as a moment in time within the game, the last 40 seconds.
e The students read pages 10 and 11. Ask the following questions
“What sport is being played?” “He aha te kēmu kei te tākarotia?”
“What are the names of the two teams playing?” “Ko wai ngā ingoa o ngā tīma?”
“How many seconds are left in the game?” “E hia ngā hēkona kei te toe?”
“Who are the players in the game at this time?” “Ko wai mā kei te tākaro i tēnei wā tonu?”
“Who do you think will win?” “Ki ōu whakaaro ko wai ka toa?”
h. Ask the students to read pages 12 and 13. Ask the following questions:
“What happened to Tū?” “I ahatia a Tū?”
“Who helped him?” “Ko wai mā i āwhina i a ia?”
“Who replaced Tū on the court?” “Ko wai te tangata i whakakī i te tunga o Tū?”
“How were his team mates feeling at this important time of the game?” He aha ngā kare ā-roto o tana tīma i taua wā?”
“Why did they say to their friends, ‘Not Paoro’?” “He aha i kōrero pēnei ai rātou ki tō rātou hoa, ‘Kaua ko Paoro’?”
i. The students read page 14. Ask the following questions:
“Who is Whaea Tini?” “Ko wai a Whaea Tini?”
“What did Whaea Tini say and do to encourage the team?” “He aha te kōrero whakahau a Whaea Tini ki te tīma?”
k. The students individually read pages 15 and 16. Ask the following questions:
“How many seconds were left in the game?” “E hia ngā hēkona i te toe?”
“Who has the ball now?” “Kei a wai te pōro i nāianei?”
“What did Paora’s opponent do to Paora?” “I aha te hoariri ki a Paora?”
“Who did Paora pass the ball to?” “I makaia e Paora te pōro ki a wai?”
m. The students read page 17. Ask the following questions:
“Who has the ball now?” “Kei a wai te pōro i nāianei?”
“What happened when he had the ball?” “I aha nā i te wā i a ia te pōro?”
“In your opinion did he, or didn’t he score?” “Ki ōu whakaaro i whai piro ia, kāore rānei?”
“How did Paora feel at that time?” “He aha ngā whakaaro o Paora i taua wā?”
n. The students read pages 18, 19 and 20. Ask the following questions:
“Were Paora’s efforts sucessful?” “I tutuki pai ngā mahi a Paora?”
“What did the umpire do?” “I aha te kaiwawao?”
“How many seconds were left?” “E hia ngā hēkona i te toe?”
“In your opinion who was winning?” “Ki ōu whakaaro, ko wai te tīma i toa?”
ng. The students read the rest of story to the end to see which team wins and who scores the winning goal.
“Who was the player of the match?” “Ki ōu whakaaro, ko wai te kaitākaro toa o te kēmu?”
“What do the crowds of people do when a team wins?” “He aha te mahi o te hunga mātakitaki ka toa ana te tīma?”
“How is the winning team feeling?” “He aha ngā kare ā-roto o te tīma i toa?”
“How would you feel and what would you do if your team won?” “Ka whakaaro pēhea koe, mēnā ka toa ko tō tīma?” “Ka aha koe?”
“Who is the special person that turned up at the game?” “Ko wai te tangata hirahira i tae atu ki te kēmu?”
a. Read the story to the students with expression in your voice to create tension and mood.
e. The students listen to the story and imagine they are sitting in the audience watching the game too. It’s the last 40 seconds! Who will win?
h. The students write down a list of adjectives (kupu āhua) and verbs (kupu mahi) to describe how they would be feeling or what they would be doing, if they were at an intense sports game. The students search for synonyms (kupu taurite) using the dictionary for the adjectives and verbs listed.
- The students will read the story and brainstorm ideas to write about their own moment in time within a sports game of their choice, or write about a moment in time from the point of view of a person in the audience.
- The students will create a short whakaari, using a moment in time to portray a sports game.
- Take photos of students participating in a sports tournament in a 40 second sequence, the students write the text.
The students will be able to locate and retrieve information from the text to answer questions. The students will write about a moment in time from another person’s point of view. The students will build a vocabulary list of adjectives and verbs to describe how people react at a sports game.
He hononga ki tētahi atu He Kohikohinga
“Whāia ngā tapuwae a Leilani Rorani” He Kohikohinga 44
'Pītakataka' He Kohikohinga 44
'Te kairuku toa' He Kohikohinga 44
'Te kēmu poitarawhiti' He Kohikohinga 43
'Tira whakataetae' He Kohikohinga 34
'Pakakē ana' He Kohikohinga 34
'Ngā tino toa' He Kohikohinga 33
'Nama tahi' He Kohikohinga 21
'Te matapihi' He Kohikohinga 21
He hononga ki tētahi atu marautanga
Hauora i roto i te Marautanga o Aotearoa
He tauira (wh. 32)
Ka taea e te ākonga te whai tonu ngā mahi whakapakari tinana pārekareka ki a ia, me te whakaaro nui ki tōna wairua, tōna hinengaro, me te tinana.
The students share their experiences of participating in a sport.