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He whakarāpopoto

This provides a brief overview of the text.

He whāinga ako

This is a list of objectives and outcomes that the suggested activities in these teacher notes provide.

He whatu pānui

This identifies reading support items provided in the text.

  • Hei tautoko i te kaipānui identifies aspects of the text that may assist readability.
  • Kia mataara! identifies possible challenges for students.
  • He kete kupu identifies words that students may find challenging and/or that will enhance their further understanding of concepts in the story.
  • Hei wānanga i te reo provides a focus on some of the language structures used in the text.

Hei whakaihiihi

This section provides:

  • ideas for motivating students
  • suggestions for engaging students with the text
  • a purpose for the reading.

Hei whakatā

In this section ideas are suggested which will:

  • support students during the reading
  • focus attention on detail.

Hei wānanga

Ideas for getting students to respond to the text are presented in this section.

He whakapuaki māramatanga

These questions may be used as a form of assessment immediately after the reading. These questions are carefully selected to gauge the level of comprehension of the student. Students are asked to recall, analyse, apply, and infer information from the text. (Note the poems do not have their own set of comprehension questions.)

Hei mahi

This is an activity which has been prepared for the teacher to use.

Hei mahi kē atu

This section provides a list of ideas for developing inferential and other reading skills.

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