Translations of Level 3 Te Marautanga o Aotearoa achievement standards

The following are brief English explanations of outcomes recognised by achievement standards derived from Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

Hauora (Health)

  • Hauora 91811 Te āta tātari i te hiranga o te kai taketake ki te oranga o ngā iwi taketake requires ākonga (students) to provide evidence of having analysed the importance of traditional foods to the wellbeing of indigenous peoples.
  • Hauora 91812 Te arotake rautaki e tutuki pai ai ngā hiahia ahurea o te iwi i roto i ngā mahi koiri requires ākonga to provide evidence of having evaluated strategies that fulfil the cultural aspirations of the people within the realm of physical activity.
  • Hauora 91813 Te whakarite i tētahi kaupapa tiaki taiao i runga anō i tā te Māori titiro requires ākonga to provide evidence of having implemented a project to care for the environment from a Māori perspective.
  • Hauora 91814 Te tūhura i ngā rongoā taiao hei whakaora i te tangata requires ākonga to provide evidence of having investigated health-giving aspects of the environment that promote people’s wellbeing.
  • Hauora 91815 Te āta tātari i ngā āhuatanga o te taukumekume hei para huarahi e pai ake ai ngā hononga tāngata requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of conflict resolution to enhance relationships among people.
  • Hauora 91816 Te āta tātari i te pānga mai o te tuakiri ki te oranga tangata requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the effects of identity on people’s wellbeing.

Hangarau (Technology)

  • Hangarau 91836 Te tātari i te whai whakaarotanga ki ngā mātāpono Māori i roto i ngā mahi hangarau requires ākonga to analyse consideration for Māori principles within Hangarau practice.
  • Hangarau 91837 Te tātari i ngā whakataunga matatika e hāngai ana ki ngā mahi hangarau requires ākonga to analyse ethical considerations relating to Hangarau practice.
  • Hangarau 91838 Te tātari i te whakamahi i ngā mātāpono Māori i roto i ngā mahi hangarau requires ākonga to analyse the integration of Māori principles into Hangarau practice.

Pūtaiao (Science)

  • Pūtaiao 91818 Te arotake ki tā te Māori titiro i ngā huatau matua o te ariā kukuwhatanga hei puna ira tangata requires ākonga to provide evidence of their evaluation, from a Māori standpoint, of the main concepts of the theory of evolution as an explanation for the development of human life.
  • Pūtaiao 91819 Te arotake ki tā te Māori titiro i te raweke ira requires ākonga to provide evidence of their evaluation, from a Māori standpoint, of genetic engineering.
  • Pūtaiao 91820 Te tātari i ngā taukumekume mō te whakamahi i ngā rawa o Papatūānuku requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of debates around the exploitation of natural resources.
  • Pūtaiao 91821 Te tātari i ngā matatika e pā ana ki te mahi a te tangata i te ātea requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the ethics of human activity in space.

Tikanga ā-Iwi (Social Science)

  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91826 Te tātari i te ahurea rōpū tangata requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the culture of a group or groups of people.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91827 Te tātari i tētahi rautaki whakapūmau ahurea a tētahi iwi taketake requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of an indigenous sustainability strategy.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91828 Te tātari i ngā take e pā ana ki ngā whenua Māori requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of issues that have an impact on Māori land.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91829 Te tātari i ngā pāpātanga o tētahi take ohaoha ki te iwi Māori requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the impacts of an economic issue on Māori.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91830 Te tātari i ngā pāpātanga o tētahi tūāhua o mua ki te iwi taketake requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the impacts of a historical process or event on indigenous people.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91831 Te tātari i ngā pāpātanga o tētahi take taiao ki te iwi taketake requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the impacts of an environmental issue on indigenous people.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91832 Te tātari i te whakaawenga a te ahurea Māori i te tuakiri o Aotearoa requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the influence of Māori culture on New Zealand identity.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91833 Te tātari i te panonitanga o ngā tikanga Māori requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the changes that have taken place in tikanga Māori.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91834 Te tātari i ngā pāpātanga o te tāmitanga ki te iwi taketake requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the effects of colonisation on indigenous people.
  • Tikanga ā-Iwi 91835 Te tātari i tētahi kawenga pāpori i whakatairangatia ai ngā motika iwi taketake requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of a social action that has promoted indigenous rights.

Ngā Toi (Arts)

Ngā Mahi a te Rēhia (Performing Arts)

  • Ngā Mahi a Te Rēhia 91850 Te arohaehae i ngā tikanga toi taketake o ngā mahi a te rēhia requires ākonga to critically analyse traditional arts methods, practices, and protocols or symbols within the performing arts.
  • Ngā Mahi a Te Rēhia 91851 Te arotake i ngā tauira taketake nō te kete aronui i roto i ngā mahi a te rēhia requires ākonga to evaluate the use of traditional patterns within the performing arts.
  • Ngā Mahi a Te Rēhia 91852 Te kōtuitui i ngā āhuatanga toi taketake hei waihanga mahi toi a te rēhia motuhake requires ākonga to integrate traditional aspects of the performing arts in order to create an original work.
  • Ngā Mahi a Te Rēhia 91853 Te tātari i te pānga me te awenga o te taiao ki ngā mahi a te rehia requires ākonga to analyse the influence of the natural environment on the performing arts.
  • Ngā Mahi a Te Rēhia 91854 Te arotake i ngā kaupapa here mō ngā mahi a te rēhia requires ākonga to evaluate policies that impact on the performing arts.

Toi Ataata (Visual Arts)

  • Toi Ataata 91855 Te arohaehae i ngā tikanga toi taketake o ngā mahi toi ataata requires ākonga to critically analyse traditional arts methods, practices, and protocols or symbols within the visual arts.
  • Toi Ataata 91856 Te arotake i ngā tauira taketake nō te kete aronui i roto i ngā toi ataata requires ākonga to evaluate the use of traditional patterns within the visual arts.
  • Toi Ataata 91857 Te kōtuitui i ngā āhuatanga toi taketake hei waihanga mahi toi ataata motuhake requires ākonga to integrate traditional aspects of the visual arts in order to create an original work.
  • Toi Ataata 91858 Te tātari i te pānga me te awenga o te taiao ki ngā toi ataata requires ākonga to analyse the influence of the natural environment on the visual arts.
  • Toi Ataata 91859 Te arotake i ngā kaupapa here mō ngā toi ataata requires ākonga to evaluate policies that impact on the visual arts.

Toi Puoro (Music)

  • Toi Puoro 91860 Te arohaehae i ngā tikanga toi taketake o ngā mahi toi puoro requires ākonga to critically analyse traditional methods, practices, and protocols or symbols within the musical arts.
  • Toi Puoro 91861 Te arotake i ngā tauira taketake nō te kete aronui i roto i ngā toi puoro requires ākonga to evaluate the use of traditional patterns within the musical arts.
  • Toi Puoro 91862 Te kōtuitui i ngā āhuatanga toi taketake hei waihanga mahi toi puoro motuhake requires ākonga to integrate traditional aspects of the musical arts in order to create an original work.
  • Toi Puroro 91863 Te tātari i te pānga me te awenga o te taiao ki ngā toi puoro requires ākonga to analyse the influence of the natural environment on the musical arts.
  • Toi Puroro 91864 Te arotake i ngā kaupapa here mō ngā toi puoro requires ākonga to evaluate policies that impact on the musical arts.
 
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