May 07, 2014
Te Whanake turned into app
For those who want a way to learn Maori on the go, Te Ipukarea, the national Maori language institute at AUT University, has released a new te reo digital learning app.
It has taken Te Whanake, which was previously only available as a set of hard copy textbooks and study guides, and turned them into linked apps.
Learners can download Te Whanake container app for free and then buy access to each level of the programme, including animations, podcasts and listening and speaking exercises.
Associate director Dean Mahuta says it’s the most comprehensive Maori language app available to date and presents a structured programme taking the learner from beginner through to the advanced stages of the language.
It also means quality broadcasting in radio, television and online.
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