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The Cook Islands community are the second largest Pacific ethnic group in New Zealand (after the Samoan community) making up 20% of the Pacific population with 59.5% living in the Auckland region (Census 2013).
Cook Islands Language Week supports the curriculum principles of cultural diversity and inclusion, and provides an opportunity for all students to: This special week helps all New Zealanders journey towards shared cultural understandings.
He writes that teachers need to move beyond the correct pronunciation of students' names and inquire more deeply into best cultural, inclusive practice.
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Cook Islands Language Week celebrates the identity, languages, and cultures of students from the Cook Islands and students whose families are from the Cook Islands; supporting this group of learners to engage and achieve success.Pasifika dual language books – Cook Islands Māori The Pasifika dual language resources are designed to support the early language and literacy learning of Pasifika new entrant students in English-medium classrooms.Teacher and parent support material accompanies these resources. The annual ‘Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki ’Āirani: Cook Islands Language Week is being held from 4–10 August 2019.The theme for this year is "Taku rama, taau toi: ora te Reo" - "My Torch, Your Adze: The Language Lives."Cook Islands Language Week is a chance for all Kiwis to celebrate and learn about the rich languages and culture of the Cook Islands.
Through such interaction, students acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes that equip them for living in a world of diverse peoples, languages, and cultures. It sets out the competencies that learners need in order to communicate effectively in te reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani.