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References

Boyd, B. et al. (1998). Jump Rope for Heart: A Resource Manual for Teachers. Auckland: National Heart Foundation of New Zealand.

Ministry of Education (1993). The New Zealand Curriculum Framework. Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education (1999). Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum (1999). Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education (2000). Hauora i roto i te Marautanga o Aotearoa: He Tauira. Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education (2000). Ngā Toi i roto i te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education (2000). The Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education (2004). Olympism: Attitudes and Values in Physical Education: Sport Studies: Years 5–7. The Curriculum in Action series. Wellington: Learning Media.

Pere, Rangimarie (1982). Ako: Concepts and Learning in the Māori Tradition. Working paper no. 17. Hamilton: University of Waikato Department of Sociology.

Music and songs

Armstrong, Alan and Ngata, Reupena (2002). Māori Action Songs. Auckland: Reed.

Clark, David and McPherson, Les. Paradise: New Zealand's Natural Soundscape.

Haere mai Ki Au: Welcome, Come with Me, Come with Me (1976). Wellington: Kiwi Pacific Records. (cassette and booklet)

Melbourne, Hirini (n.d.). Te Aitanga a Tāne. Replay Radio, Radio New Zealand. (book and cassette: CAS 118 RR)

Melbourne, Hirini (1993). Toipiapi: He Huinga o ngā Kura Puoro a te Māori. Wellington: Shearwater Associates. (book and cassette)

Melbourne, Hirini (1996). Waiata Kohungahunga 2. Wellington: Learning Media. (cassette, booklet, six song cards)

Melbourne, Hirini (2000). Te Wao Nui a Tāne. Wellington: Huia Publishers. (book and CD)

Melbourne, Hirini and Nunns, Richard (1994). Te Kū te Whē. Rattle Records. (CD)

Ministry of Education (1992). Hei Waiata, Hei Whakakoakoa. Wellington: Learning Media. (book and cassette)

Ministry of Education (2001). Into Music 1: Classroom Music in Years 1–3. Wellington: Learning Media. (book and CD)

Ministry of Education (2002). Into Music 2: Classroom Music in Years 4–6. Wellington: Learning Media. (book and CD)

Ministry of Education (2003). Into Music 3: Classroom Music in Years 7–10. Wellington: Learning Media. (book and CD)

Ministry of Education (2003). The New Zealand Curriculum Exemplars: The Arts. Wellington: Learning Media and The Learning Centre Trust of New Zealand. (Music: Levels 1–4). Available at: www.tki.org.nz/r/assessment/exemplars/arts/music/index_e.php

Ministry of Education (2003). Unwrapping the Arts: Music.

Ministry of Education (2004). He Waiata mā te Katoa nā Hirini Melbourne. Wellington: Learning Media. (song cards, CD, and teachers' notes)

Ministry of Education (1990–). Kiwi Kidsongs series. Wellington: Learning Media. (each a song book and cassette or CD)

Moana and the Moahunters (1993). Tahi. Auckland: Southside Records. (CD)

Mohi, H. (1999). Oceania. Germany: Point Music. (CD)

New Zealand Māori Songs for Children (2000). Christchurch: Sing Out Kiwi Productions.

New Zealand Music Industry Commission (2002 and 2004). Sweet: A Taste of New Zealand Music and Sweet II: Another Taste of New Zealand Music. (book, CD, poster, and CD-ROM)

Pātea Māori Club (1996). Poi E. Hawera: Māui Records.

Taylor, Robert (1979). Children of Tāne: New Zealand Birds of the Forest. Radio New Zealand; distributed by Viking. (cassette)

Te Kanawa, Kiri (1999). Kiri: Māori Songs. EMI. (CD) Websites

http://folksong.org.nz/waiata.html (a wide range of folksongs and Māori waiata)

Dance and movement

Bolwell, Jan; Cossey, Jenny; and Oliver, Liz. (1998). Creative Dance in New Zealand Primary Schools. Masterton: Wairarapa Educational Resource Centre.

Cossey, J., ed. (2001). New Zealand Music for Creative Dance. Available from SOUNZ: Centre for New Zealand Music, Wellington. (CD)

Gardiner, Wira (2001). Haka: A Living Tradition. Auckland: Hodder Moa Beckett.

Hennephof, Margaret and McConnell, Cheryl (1991). Jump down Turn Around: Action Songs and Fingerplays. Auckland: New Zealand Playcentre Federation.

Kāretu, Tīmoti (1993). Haka! Te Tohu o te Whenua Rangatira: The Dance of a Noble People. Auckland: Reed.

Ministry of Education (2002). Dancing the Long White Cloud. Wellington: Learning Media. (Dance units: 'Meeting and Greeting', 'Jump!', 'The Princess Grandma', 'Dance of Celebration', 'The Volcano Erupts', 'The Great Outdoors'.) (two videos and a handbook)

Ministry of Education (2002). Wall Charts for Classroom Dance: Years 1–10. Wellington: Copeland Wilson and Associates in association with Footnote Dance. (posters). For further information, see www.tki.org.nz/r/arts/dance/index_e.php

Ministry of Education (2003). Ihi FrENZy: The Making of Dance. Wellington: Learning Media. (video and book)

Ministry of Education (2003). The New Zealand Curriculum Exemplars: The Arts. Wellington: Learning Media and The Learning Centre Trust of New Zealand. (Dance: Levels 1–4). Available at: www.tki.org.nz/r/assessment/exemplars/arts/dance/index_e.php

Ministry of Education (2003). Unwrapping the Arts: Dance (Learning Examples: Levels 1–4)

Shennan, Jennifer (1986). The Māori Action Song. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

Games and activities

Department of Education (1972). Games and Dances of the Māori: A Guide Book for Teachers. Wellington: Department of Education.

Huata, Ngāmoni (2000). The Rhythm and Life of Poi. Auckland: HarperCollins.

Maysmor, B. (2001). Te Manu Tukutuku, the Māori Kite. Wellington: Steele Roberts.

Naden, Ngarangi (1990). Te Reo Kori Resource Kit. Volume 1. Auckland: Kohia Resource Centre. (information pack and cassette)

Naden, Ngarangi (1991). Te Reo Kori Resource Kit. Volume 2. Auckland: Kimihia Resources. (information pack and cassette)

O'Connor, Briar and Patterson, Libby (2002). He Whai: Old and New String Figures from Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland: Reed.

Websites

Kites: www.maori.org.nz/tikanga/?d=page&pid=sp109&parent=107 (games and pastimes relating to kites)

Poi: www.homeofpoi.com/articles/practicepoi.php (instructions for making practice poi) www.homeofpoi.com/lessons/poi_lessons.php/poi/1 (free online poi lessons)

Stories and legends

Alpers, Antony (1996). Māori Myths and Tribal Legends: A Guide Book for Teachers. (2nd ed.) Auckland: Longman.

Bishop, Gavin (2001). Ko Māui rāua ko te Atua o te Ahi. Auckland: Scholastic New Zealand.

Cunningham, Sally Jo and Williams, Warren (1995). How Māui Captured the Sun: Using a MUD for Educational Simulation. Hamilton: University of Waikato Department of Computer Science.

Department of Education (1988). Ngā Pepeha o Aotearoa: Māori Legends (booklet and video; out of print)

Gillies, Bill (1992). The Pūkeko. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Gossage, Peter (1975). How Māui-tiki-tiki-a-Taranga Found His Mother. Auckland: Hamlyn.

Gossage, Peter (1982). How Māui Slowed the Sun: Te Hopu a Māui i a te Rā. (Translated to Māori by Merimeri Penfold.) Auckland: Lansdowne Press.

Gossage, Peter (1984). How Māui Found the Secret of Fire: Te Kiteanga o te Kāpura. (Translated to Māori by Merimeri Penfold.) Auckland: Lansdowne-Rigby.

Graham, Pita (1995). Children of Earth and Sky. Auckland: Bush Press.

Kahukiwa, Robyn (1994). The Koroua and the Mauri Stone. Auckland: Puffin Books.

Kahukiwa, Robyn and Grace, Patricia (1991). Wahine Toa: Women of Māori Myth. Auckland: Viking Pacific.

Lewis, David (1982). The Māori: Heirs of Tāne. London: Orbis Publishing.

Melser, J. (1984). Māui and the Sun. Ready to Read series. Wellington: School Publications. Also available in Māori as Ko Māui me te Rā.

Ministry of Education (2004). 'Te Manu Aute a Hemi'. Ngā Tamariki Iti o Aotearoa. Wellington: Learning Media. For information about making and flying a manu taratahi kite.

Ministry of Education (2004). 'The Winds of Tāwhirimātea'. Connected 1 2004. Wellington: Learning Media.

Orbell, Margaret (1995). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Māori Myth and Legend. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press.

Sullivan, Robert (2002). Weaving Earth and Sky: Myths and Legends of Aotearoa. Auckland: Random House.

Te Hei o Tahoka (1993). He Aho Waiata: The Deeds of Tāne/Te Hei o Tahoka. Hamilton: Peak Records; distributed by Ode.

Waerea, James and Hohepa, Pat (2000). Pukuni and the Astronaut. Auckland: Reed. (demonstrates the movements of the Sun, the Earth, and the Moon from a southern-hemisphere perspective)

Acknowledgments

The Ministry of Education wishes to acknowledge:

  • Physical Education New Zealand for the initial development of this resource, in particular, the principal writers, Val Irwin, Peti Nohotima, Jan Bolwell, and Andy Fraser
  • Learning Media Limited for further development, in particular, Ann Brodie, National Facilitator for the Visual Arts – Primary, Suzanne Renner, National Facilitator for Dance, Merryn Dunmill, National Facilitator for Music – Primary, and Mary Bennett

For giving permission to quote or adapt their material, thanks to Peti Nohotima, Rangimarie Pere, and The National Heart Foundation of New Zealand.

For giving permission to reproduce the painting Digging with the Ko by Gottfried Lindauer, thanks to Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki 1907, gift of Mr H. E. Partridge 1915.


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