Explanatory Note 1
Describe categories within a Te Ao Haka discipline involves:
- identifying at least two categories within a discipline
- providing examples of an item within each category.
Explain categories within a Te Ao Haka involves:
- discussing how the categories are similar and different
- examining a context in which each category might be performed and why.
Analyse categories within a Te Ao Haka involves:
- discussing what makes the examples identifiable as being part of that category.
Explanatory Note 2
Discipline refers to a performance branch within Te Ao Haka.
- waiata ā-ringa
- haka, haka wahine
Explanatory Note 3
Categories are types or styles of compositions or pieces within a discipline.
Examples of categories include:
Explanatory Note 4
An item refers to a composed piece which comprises movement, voice, and lyrics.
Unpacking the Standard
Students will demonstrate knowledge of tikanga through this Standard, and that Te Ao Haka categories require correct expression, built upon culture and identity. They will also show that Te Ao Haka is a vehicle for understanding Māori culture and practices.
Students at Level 1 should be engaging with the foundations of Te Ao Haka, learning about the key performance skills, narratives, and styles of Te Ao Haka, and their development.
Literacy and Numeracy Requirements
This standard has been tagged for literacy meaning that it can be used to meet the NCEA Literacy and Numeracy Literacy and Numeracy | Te Reo Matatini me te Pāngarau requirements until the new unit standards become mandatory.