Ngā Rauemi: Bilingual Resources

Aruaru ki Tawhiti: Click cover to download

Kupe me te Wheke a Muturangi hei whakaakoranga puoro – kanikani hoki

Chase Across the Waves: Click cover to download

Kupe and the Giant Wheke through Music and Movement

Rauemi Tautoko: Resource Support Material

Wheke Tere: Speech and Rhythmic Support Material


In this video:

  • Poem spoken aloud
  • Poem spoken over steady beat with examples of varied body percussion patterns
  • Poem spoken over Part B of poem as a body percussion ostinato
  • Poem transferred to hand drum body percussion patterns and then on to hand drums
  • Poem on hand drums with Parts A and B layered and with Part A shown also as a rhythmic canon (round)

Wheke Tere: Melodic Support Material


In this video:

  • Instrumental arrangement with a layered entry
  • Alto xylophone shown with a Pentatonic set up to support improvisation work (F and B bars removed)
  • Instrumental arrangement with improvisation in Part B (Using a rondo form)

Kaikaiā Paddling Chant: Speech and Rhythmic Support Material


In this video:

  • Poem spoken aloud
  • Poem spoken over steady beat with examples of varied body percussion patterns
  • Rhythm put on to un-tuned percussion instruments, with and without words
  • Varied body percussion paddling patterns to accompany poem and support creative work

Kaikaiā Paddling Chant: Poem in 2 Parts and Using Tī Rākau

In this video:

  • Kaikaiā in 2 parts on untuned percussion, with and without words
  • Kaikaiā using tī rākau

Links to support further cross curricular learning of Kupe me Te Wheke a Muturangi

Extend your learning about Kupe and the discovery of Aotearoa by reading other versions of the story, and looking at sites associated with Kupe’s journey.

Story version

A map of some places in the sounds (and Hokianga), and a more detailed story of place names associated with Kupe.

Map 1Map 2Map 3

A photographic journey to various Kupe sites by Te Papa staff. This is also on Tuia website.

Photo 1Photo 2

Kapa Haka Performance of the Story of Kupe performed at Matatini 2019 by Muriwhenua from Tai Tokerau – with MENZA tangata whenua board member Selena Bercic performing.

Gallery

Photos and videos of children and teachers engaging with the resource.  We hope this section inspires educators to adapt the material for their unique contexts and age groups.  If you would like to share photos or videos of your work with the resource we would love to hear from you: priya.menza@gmail.com

 

FERGUSSON INTERMEDIATE UPPER HUTT: Year 7 and 8 students (teacher Holly Pears) working with some of speech and rhythmic material in the resource.  This trio adapted and refined their ideas over a couple of weeks and this is what they came up with – thank you for sharing!