Level 3 Toi Whakaari
The arts are powerful forms of expression that recognise, value, and contribute to the unique bicultural and multicultural character of Aotearoa New Zealand, enriching the lives of all New Zealanders. The arts have their own distinct languages that use both verbal and non-verbal conventions, mediated by selected processes and technologies. Through movement, sound, and image, the arts transform people’s creative ideas into expressive works that communicate layered meanings.
What Knowledge Will I Develop?
The learning area of The Arts in Te Marautanga o Aotearoa celebrates and acknowledges the skills and knowledge of the past, and empowers and challenges the thinking of the now and the future. It contributes to our intellectual knowing, and to our social, cultural, and spiritual being. The Arts is forever changing, and therefore the achievement objectives in this learning area allow for, and support that changing notion.
How Will The Course Contribute To My Qualification?
|Code||Title||Credits||Internal||External||Core||Optional||L1 Literacy||L1 Numeracy||UE Reading||UE Writing||Date|
|91851 3.1||Ka tata a runga, ka roa a raro||4||y||y||27-08-2021|
|27549||Demonstrate knowledge of Te Taki||10||y||y||23-07-2021|
|29555||Explain tikanga and kawa in relation to Hui Rā Whānau||4||y||y||11-06-2021|
|16041||Explain the place of Pūrākau and Pakiwaitara in Māori History||6||y||y||14-05-2021|
|16136||Explain kawa and tikanga in relartion to Hui Mārena||6||y||y||26-03-2021|
|22757||Demonstrate knowledge of influencing factors in the historical development of Māori Performing Arts||6||y||y||26-02-2021|
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