You are required to submit evidence of the following:
- Accurately pronounce introductions, greetings and farewells relevant in your workplace.
- Use basic te reo Māori in workplace correspondence.
- Use te reo Māori relevant to your industry or profession.
To earn this EduBit, all work must be your own and you must submit evidence exactly as requested in the Task instructions.
When you've finished gathering your evidence, press Purchase. Trained and experienced assessors are standing by to evaluate your evidence and provide feedback on how you did for each task, as well as how you did overall.
- If your evidence does not yet meet the requirements, we will provide feedback on what is missing and encourage you to practice your skills and attempt the EduBit again at a later date.
- If there are minor gaps in your submission evidence, you will be given the opportunity to resubmit. You will have 14 calendar days to add the missing evidence and submit for re-evaluation.
- If you have any questions, please check our Frequently Asked Questions or feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You will be required to follow the task instructions provided below and video yourself reciting greetings, farewells, mihi, words and phrases in te reo and correctly translating to demonstrate your ability to use each in the correct context.
- Task 2 requires you to provide copies of formal and informal workplace correspondence written by you.
Kia mau ki te rere, ki te mita, ki ngā ariā, ki ngā kupu me te takoto o te reo ā-whānau, ā-hapū, ā-iwi, ā-hapori hoki.
- All evidence must be provided as requested in Tasks 1, 2 and 3 and the assessor must be able to open the links to your videos. You will be required to speak clearly to enable the assessor to evaluate your video evidence. Please always watch and listen to your videos prior to submitting them.
- The flow, intonation, concepts, words, phrases, dialect and structure of language used in this EduBit assessment should adhere to that of the whānau, hapū, iwi or community in which you reside or have a connection to. Otherwise, the Māori Orthographic Conventions developed by Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori should be observed: www.tetaurawhiri.govt.nz/assets/Uploads/Corporate-docs/Orthographic-conventions/Guidelines-for-Maori-Language-Orthography.pdf
Māori Orthographic Conventions developed by Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori should be observed:
Greetings in te reo Māori used on Radio New Zealand