What does Whaikorero mean?
Whai-kōrero means to literally, follow the kōrero. This is following the thread/themes, ideas that are expressed and adding, embellishing, analysing, interpreting, renewing, changing and expanding upon what the previous speaker has said.
What is a Tauparapara?
A tauparapara is the first utterance by an opening speaker. It is a tribal poetic chant containing traditional or philosophical statements that usually contain genealogical references (Rewi, 2004), or links to whakapapa.
What is waiata in Māori?
Waiata is a word in the Māori language meaning “song”, and may refer to: Māori music#Waiata.
Why do we have Whakatau?
Mihi whakatau is the Māori term used to describe a formal speech of welcome and is undertaken by a Māori representative of the University. Mihi whakatau is traditionally used for welcoming, introductions, openings and general purpose which take place off the marae.
What do you say in a Whaikorero?
Mihi ki a Papatuanuku (acknowledgement of Mother Earth): giving thanks for Mother Earth and all living things. Mihi ki te hunga mate (acknowledgement of the dead): paying tribute to the dead who live on in the spirit realm. Mihi ki te hunga ora (acknowledgement of the living): giving thanks for our continued existence.
What is the purpose of a Poroporoaki?
Poroporoaki can be addressed to the living and are often spoken at social farewell functions where someone is leaving to return home, travelling overseas, or after a hui. A poroporoaki can be defined as any formal speech of farewell. He goes on to give other examples of farewell, such as waiata aroha.
What is Mohiotanga?
Mātauranga, which refers to knowledge, ability, and skill. Mōhiotanga, which refers to knowing, understanding, realising, recognising, or comprehending.
What is maramatanga?
English Translation. understanding. More meanings for māramatanga. clarity noun.
What is waiata karakia?
Waiata Karakia – A simple Karakia / prayer for children in te reo Māori.
How do you respond to Whakatau?
At the conclusion of each speaker’s address, we encourage the singing of waiata (song) to support the sentiments expressed in the speech. We also encourage manuhiri (guests) to respond it te reo Māori, but we acknowledge and celebrate the use of all languages/native tongues.
What do you wear to Whakatau?
Appropriate behaviour We ask that manuhiri respect a tidy dress code. Absolutely no sports shorts, singlets or unpresentable dress attire.
What is whaikorero?
Whaikorero are formal speeches generally made by men during powhiri (formal welcome ceremonies) and in social gatherings. In some tribal areas women also whaikorero.
What is the Mana that is whaikōrero?
This is the tapu, the mana that is whaikōrero. 3. The speaker must be organised in his thoughts and ideas, with clear structure so that the audience hears his message. He must practice and be sure of what he will say. This is the foundation of the confidence required to engage the people effectively.
What is the speaking order for the delivery of whaikorero?
There are two types of speaking order for the delivery of whaikorero used by different tribes: tau-utuutu and paeke. Tau-utuutu is when the speaking order alternates.
What makes a good whaikōrero?
Substance, depth of content and purpose are the foundations for effective whaikōrero. Solid research, breadth of knowledge, quality of spoken language, understanding and use of whakapapa, ability to use appropriate whakataukī, pepeha and kīwaha all add to an effective speaker’s tool kit.