Faculty of Arts


MĀORI  342

Te Ao Kohatu


Description

This course focuses on developing skills taught in the MĀORI 240 and MĀORI 241 courses, where knowledge and manual skills should have already been acquired. Students will be expected to research and produce one artefact which explores a comprehensive knowledge of pre-European techniques and traditionally used materials e.g., wood, stone, bone, shell, fibre. One exciting option will be the teaching of the making and use of stone adzes and chisels.

This course has had high positive feeedback ratings from past and present students.

Students will undertake one project of choice and research it through archives, museum artefact collections, traditional Māori knowledge and tutor assistance.

Availability 2018

Not taught in 2018

Lecturer(s)

TBA

Assessment

70% of the course work is assigned to the practical project.

30% of the course work is assigned to research behind the practical project.

(There is no exam).

Points

MAORI 342: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

MĀORI 240 or MĀORI 241 or approval of Academic Head or nominee, or 30 points at Stage II in Museums and Cultural Heritage and approval of Academic Head or nominee


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