Class 10 New Zealand Certificate of Steiner Education Level 1 Courses for 2020 - Whāia te mātauranga hei oranga mōu - Michael Park School

 
Class 10 New Zealand Certificate of Steiner Education Level 1 Courses for 2020 - Whāia te mātauranga hei oranga mōu - Michael Park School
Class 10
New Zealand Certificate
 of Steiner Education
   Level 1 Courses

             for
            2020

        Whāia te mātauranga
          hei oranga mōu

        Seek after learning for
      the sake of your well being
September 2020

Dear Class 9 parents and student,

Please find the following details of intended Level 1 courses for 2020, including electives. We are encouraging
students to discuss their electives with you and to make their choices by Friday 20th September.

In total, students choose 4 electives. Conversational German, with a German tutor providing some face-to-face tuition
and NZCSE assessment, works alongside online learning with a different tutor, for NCEA Level 1 German. It counts as
two elective choices because students need the extra time for their language studies. This will support students for
academic purposes to prepare for NCEA German Levels 2 and 3 and for any German exchange visits. Students choose
from the following elective courses: Art, Craft, Ceramics, Music, Drama and Te Ao Māori, to make a total of 4 electives.
Depending on their other choices, students may be able to choose Double Art (twice the number of lessons), which
counts as two elective choices.

Alternatively, students may write a letter of application to the High School Qualifications Committee (HSQC) to do a
different online learning course where students have a tutor who can be contacted via email or phone. Students who
wish to apply for the such an elective should see HSQC members Jane Patterson, Iva Barretto, or Adam Driver.
Students may select the online course elective before they apply in writing, however, the HSQC will make the final
decision.

In 2020, online learning will be done through Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu or Harbournet.

For more information about Te Kura and its correspondence courses visit: http://www.tekura.school.nz/about-
us/who-we-are/about-te-kura/

For more information about Harbournet visit: https://vln.school.nz/pages/view/807391/harbournet

All our electives will continue throughout the year. Every year we do our utmost to ensure the timetable is written so
that the maximum number of students are accommodated according to their passions, interests, and qualification
needs. The HSQC considers every request for electives and individualized courses, including online courses, and will
make the final ruling on all such cases. Thus elective choices should be considered as requests which will be finalized
after HSQC approval is given. Students can later request elective course changes and these will be considered by the
High School Qualifications Committee (HSQC).

Please note:
    • The course descriptors in this document may be modified for 2020.
    • Although we endeavor to accommodate the choices of the maximum number of students, some students will
        not be able to have their first choices.

Nāku noa, nā

Adam Driver
Deputy Principal
adamdriver@michaelpark.school.nz

           55 Amy Street, P.O. Box 11-224, Ellerslie, Auckland 1542, New Zealand. Telephone: +64 9 579 3083. Fax: +64 9 579 4498
                                 Email: admin@michaelpark.school.nz Website: www.michaelpark.school.nz

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Introduction to Class 10 NZCSE courses 2020
What is NZCSE?
Michael Park School students complete their first formal qualification in class 10 at Level 1. This is the New Zealand
Certificate of Steiner Education (NZCSE), which is recognized by NZQA as a qualification of equal standing to NCEA
Level 1. We value this qualification as it recognises achievement in main lessons as well as subject lessons, and
requires students to achieve in a range of subjects and not yet specialise in just a few subjects. At the same time, over
the years we have heard the students request more choice earlier than Class 11. Therefore, Class 10 will also be
allowed to choose from among the arts, crafts, ceramics, and languages.

Included in this booklet is an overview of NZCSE, and the requirements to achieve this. There is also information on all
learning outcomes (LO) which are the component assessments offered in 2020, and the subjects/courses they are
attached to. Which learning outcomes are offered may be subject to change by the school. An updated version of the
learning outcomes will be available at the beginning of next year, together with the assessment dates.

In summary, what are the elective courses to choose from?
    •    The Art elective course will focus mostly on painting and drawing, but some preparation for other aspects of
         Visual Arts will be included as a preparation for Level 2 and Level 3 NCEA. Students may choose to do Double
         Art.
    •    The Craft course will be two crafts: working in wood for one semester and metal for the other semester,
         taught during the year by the same teacher.
    •    The Ceramics course will include designing (which involves written work) as well as producing crafted
         products in ceramics.
    •    The Music and Drama courses can be used as preparation for Level 2 Music and Level 2 Drama, but if an
         individual student does not do these subjects at Level 1, they may still be able to do them at Level 2
         depending on their proficiency in the subject and the decision of the HSQC.
    •    The Te Ao Māori course can be used preparation for Level 2 Te Reo Māori, but if an individual student
         wanted to pursue Te Ao Māori for another year and possibly not to NCEA this will also open opportunities for
         them to explore their own interest topics in Te Ao Māori as the programme is very student lead.
    •    Students who wish to continue their German language studies can Conversational German, with a German
         tutor providing some face-to-face tuition and NZCSE assessment, alongside online learning, and a different
         tutor, for NCEA Level 1 German. It counts as two elective choices because students need the extra time for
         their language studies. This will support students for academic purposes to prepare for NCEA German Levels
         2 and 3 and for any German exchange visits.
    •    If students are interested in doing a different online learning course, they must apply to the HSQC, who are
         looking for a proven history of application and independent work habits. Only subjects that are NOT offered
         as subjects at school may be applied for.

                                 Assessment Pathways 2020

 Class 10                                 Class 11                                Class 12
 NZCSE New Zealand Certificate of         NCEA L2                                 NCEA L3
 Steiner Education L1: Level 1            Michael Park School Certificate L2      Michael Park School Certificate L3
 L1 Literacy and numeracy for those       Literacy for UE for most students       UE completion:
 leaving school after L1; Numeracy                                                 • Completed NCEA L3
 for University Entrance (UE)                                                      • 14 L3 credits each in 3 subjects
                                                                                   • Literacy if not competed in Class
                                                                                      11.
 Most main lessons are assessed for       Some main lessons support work for      In addition, students complete main
 NZCSE                                    NCEA standards                          lessons and do their Independent
                                                                                  Project. These may support work for
                                                                                  NCEA standards.

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How the New Zealand Certificate of Steiner Education Level 1
works
Students must achieve a minimum total of 50 NZCSE points, which must comprise of:
    • any of the Learning Outcomes (LO), with at least ONE LO from each of sub-headings 1 - 6:
            1. English
            2. Social Sciences
            3. General Sciences
            4. Mathematics
            5. Arts/Crafts/Technology
            6. Drama/Music/PE
            7. Te Ao Māori / Conversational German
    • with at least 5 NZCSE points from the Literacy (English and Social Sciences) and 5 NZCSE points from the
        Numeracy (Mathematics) foundation requirements.
Students can also complete their University Entrance Numeracy requirement (which is at Level 1) during this year.

Endorsement
     •                   To attain an endorsement of Distinction 30 points need to be attained at Excellence
     •                   To attain an endorsement of Highly Commended, 30 points need to be attained at either Merit or Excellence.

Using NCEA credits as part of this qualification
Up to 5 NZCSE equivalent points of this qualification may be attained from other Level 1 (or above) approved NZQF
standards. 8 NCEA credits = 5 NZCSE equivalent points. NB: This will be the case for online learning German and other
online courses. Students doing NCEA subjects only be entered for internal standards and will not be entered for
external exams at the end of the year, although their courses may cover the content.

Points likely available in 2020
This is an indication of how many points are likely to be available for a NZCSE student.

                                                          REQUIRED SUBJECT AREAS
                                                                               Number of Assessments
                                                                                                               Number of points
                                                                                (Learning Outcomes)
    Compulsory courses

                           English                                                         6                         11-13
                           Social Sciences                                                 2                           6
                           General Sciences                                                8                          20
                           Mathematics                                                     9                         17-19
                                                                                       Minimum subtotal:              54
                           Art / Craft / Technology                                Between 2 and 5             Between 3 and 15
                           Drama / Music / PE                                      Between 5 and 6             Between 4 and 20
    Electives

                           Te Ao Māori                                                     6                          17
                                                                                           Minimum total:             67

                                     ADDITIONAL SUBJECT AREAS THAT HAVE NCEA CREDITS (INTERNAL ONLY)

                                                                                 Number of Internal
                                                                                                                    Points
                                                                            Achievement Standard Credits
    Electives

                           Conversational German with online German                        9                          5+3
                           Other online subjects                               Possibly up to 14 credits               5

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Main Lessons
Note: These are the 2019 Main Lessons. They are under review and are subject to change for 2020.

Art History
LO1036 Demonstrate knowledge of the historical development of art over a specified period of time. 3 points.
The study begins with Early Christian art and then covers the Medieval period through to the High Renaissance. We
consider the development of human consciousness through art and especially note the balance between Medieval
“Age of Faith”, and the “Scientific thinking” of the Renaissance. The practical art element within the study is
emphasised and done as closely as possible to the historical style. The socio-political/religious aspects of the art are
discussed and/or researched.

Communication and Popular Culture
LO1007 Demonstrate research skills. 2 points.
Popular culture is the accumulation of cultural products such as music, art, literature, fashion, dance, film,
cyber culture, television and radio that are consumed by the majority of a society's population. Each student will
select an aspect of popular culture to explore. They will create one page of writing or a symbolic visual page, to add to
a Magazine the class will create for assessment.

Financial Mathematics
LO1033 Demonstrate understanding of business mathematics. 2N points.
The objective of this main lesson is to give students insight into our financial world. We examine bank statements and
budgeting of personal finances. Students are introduced to compound interest rates through discussion and examples
of loans, depreciation and appreciation. This is followed by profit and loss calculations.

Human Biology: The senses and the nervous system
In this main lesson students explore a range of systems in the human body, including the circulation system, the
nerve/sense system and the endocrine system.

Language: The living word
Rudolph Steiner suggested that as humanity has evolved our use of language has become emptier and lost its life. In
this Main Lesson we will rediscover the living relationship of the sounds, rhythms and original musicality of the word.
Through Shakespeare and the Epic Poets we will enliven an appreciation of the art of the living word. This main lesson
acts as a preparation for the Class 10 Play.

Meeting of Cultures
LO1011 Show understanding of the perspectives of people when different cultures interact. 3L points.
In this main lesson we define what culture is, identify why culture plays such an important part in people’s identities,
and explore how people are shaped by challenges and interactions with other cultures (globalisation). The students
explore in depth the perceptions of multiculturalism. As focus studies students look at The Treaty of Waitangi and the
changes in South African society.

Odyssey
LO1009 Respond to the social and/or historical and/or personal/spiritual elements of a work of classical literature.
3L points.
In this psychology main lesson we use the very ancient story of Odysseus’ journey as described in “The Odyssey” to
consider an individual’s journey through life, examining the difficulties and challenges they may meet along the way,
and planning and evaluating ways in which these may be overcome.

Organic Chemistry
LO1016 Demonstrate understanding of organic chemistry. 2 points.
Organic Chemistry is the study of the chemistry of carbon. Students are introduced to compounds such as alkanes and
alkenes, their reactivity, and the system for naming them. Students are assessed on their participation in class and in a
written test.

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Class 10 Play
LO1041 Perform in an extended piece of drama for a specified audience. 3 points.
The Class 10 Play embodies the principle of balance. The craft of performing is the art of balancing head, heart and will
forces and demands extreme courage and personal responsibility. Students will build confidence and strengthen their
capacity to speak and create in the world. They will develop understanding of the role of theatre in society and
collaborate with their peers to carry every aspect of a production in both technical and performance roles. Students
experience the commitment, will and work ethic required to drive a significant project and manifest a creative vision.

Surveying
LO1024 Demonstrate knowledge and skills in surveying. 3 points.
The central theme of this main lesson is the study of different surveying techniques and the use of them to produce a
scaled map of a given area. This involves practical tasks like measuring different areas; measuring angles between
posts using a compass; using different trigonometric ratios; and producing scaled maps. Student assessment is based
on their involvement in classroom and outdoor activities, attitude, test performance and the project (scaled map).

Waves
In this main lesson, students investigate how waves affect our society and world. Students learn how waves work by
using some simple math and diagrams. Waves are involved in musical instruments, lenses, soap bubbles, oil spills,
glasses, oceans, lakes, blu-ray discs, speaker systems, headphones, fibre optic cables, and even rainbows.

  Numeracy and Literacy points allocation is shown in the main lessons above and in the courses below.
                                              2N = 2 Numeracy points
                                                3L = 3 Literacy points
                           5N points and 5L points are needed to gain NZCSE Level 1.

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The Elective Courses
                                         Compulsory Courses

                                    NZCSE Level 1 - ENGLISH

This Class 10 English programme is a full year programme that covers writing, reading and speaking learning
outcomes that are intended to give the student a solid grounding for Class 11 English and further academic writing
based study.

                                NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                       Elective or     NZCSE       Assessment
          Learning outcome description
Number                                                                    Compulsory       Points         Date
LO1002    Respond to text studied.                                        Compulsory         3L
LO1003    Develop a portfolio of creative writing (or Speech).              Elective         2
LO1004    Demonstrate an understanding of moving images.                  Compulsory         2
          Deliver a prepared speech for a specified purpose (or
LO1005                                                                      Elective          2
          creative writing).
          Respond to poetry, a dramatic work, a selection of short
LO1006                                                                    Compulsory         2L
          stories of other fictional text.
          ML: Demonstrate understanding of topics using a creative
LO1060                                                                    Compulsory          2
          response.
                                                                                Total:      11-13

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NZCSE Level 1 - MATHEMATICS

The Class 10 Mathematics programme comprises of topics such as Algebra, Number, Measurement, Trigonometry,
Statistics, and Probability, and is a preparatory course for NCEA level 2 Mathematics with Calculus and Statistics.
The teaching of these topics facilitates analytical and logical thinking processes and enables students to apply
general mathematical laws to real life situations. Students need to be successful in at least 3 LO marked ‘N’ to
complete the numeracy requirement for NZCSE. Students also do NCEA assessments for University Entrance
Numeracy. There is also an alternative NCEA pathway (Portfolio) to achieve numeracy for students who may
struggle to achieve sufficient assessment tasks. Portfolio is worth 10 NCEA credits.

                                 NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                                Elective or       NZCSE      Assessment
           Learning outcome description
Number                                                                             Compulsory         Points        Date
LO1024     ML: Demonstrate knowledge and skills in surveying.                      Compulsory          3N
           Simplify expressions and solve problems by applying
LO1025                                                                                Elective         2N
           algebraic methods.
                                                                                                                 Assessed in
LO1028     Solve problems by using geometrical reasoning.                          Compulsory          2N
                                                                                                                   Class 9
           Solve measurement problems by applying the
LO1026                                                                             Compulsory          2N
           trigonometric relationships of right-angled triangle.
LO1029     Investigate data using the statistical enquiry cycle.                   Compulsory          2N
LO1030     Solve problems by using numeric reasoning.                              Compulsory          2N
LO1031     Solve problems using measurement.                                       Compulsory          2N
LO1032     Demonstrate knowledge of probability.                                   Compulsory          2N
LO1033     ML: Demonstrate understanding of business mathematics.                  Compulsory          2N
                                                                                           Total:     17-19

                                NCEA Assessment standards available in this course
                                  These credits will be banked and entered the following year

  AS                                                                                Elective or     NCEA Level   Assessment
           Achievement / Unit Standards
Number                                                                             Compulsory        1 Credits      Date
AS91030    Apply measurement in solving problems.                                  Compulsory           3
           Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical
AS91035                                                                            Compulsory           4
           enquiry cycle.
AS91026    Apply numeric reasoning in solving problems.                            Compulsory           4
           Apply right-angled triangles in solving measurement
AS91032                                                                            Compulsory           3
           problems.
                                                                                           Total:      14

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NZCSE Level 1 - PHYSICAL EDUCATION

The Class 10 Physical Education course affords students the opportunity of gaining two Learning Outcomes that will
contribute towards their NZCSE. The course provides students with the opportunity to experience participation in a
wide range of physical activities. Through the activities they set and meet goals, learn about the body, study sport
science and demonstrate quality movement in the performance of a physical activity.

                                  NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                          Elective or      NZCSE        Assessment
           Learning outcome description
Number                                                                       Compulsory        Points          Date
LO1043     Develop skill in an aspect of a movement discipline.              Compulsory           2            June
           Demonstrate leadership strategies and interpersonal skills
LO1058                                                                       Compulsory           2         September
           to support an event or opportunity.
                                                                                   Total:         4

                                      NZCSE Level 1 - SCIENCE

Level 1 is the last level that a science course is compulsory, so as for Classes 8 and 9, students will spend equal time
on topics in each of Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Delivery of the Level 1 science course is usually shared
between the science teachers, which means wherever possible students will be taught by a subject specialist.
Please note a genuine effort in ALL the topics is required for entry into any single Level 2 science course. Additional
Learning Outcomes for science are assessed in Main Lessons (see over).
Course Material: You will be asked to complete a billing form for the 2019 SciPad workbook. The cost is about $25.

                                  NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                          Elective or      NZCSE        Assessment
             Learning outcome description
Number                                                                       Compulsory        Points          Date
 LO1015      Demonstrate knowledge of acids bases and salts.                 Compulsory           3
 LO1016      ML: Demonstrate understanding of organic chemistry.             Compulsory           2
 LO1017      Demonstrate an understanding of mechanics.                      Compulsory           3
 LO1018      Demonstrate knowledge of energy concepts.                       Compulsory           2
 LO1020      Describe basic cell structure.                                  Compulsory           2
             ML: Demonstrate an understanding of the structure and
 LO1021                                                                      Compulsory           3
             function of human body systems.
 LO1022      Demonstrate an understanding of genetic variation.              Compulsory           2
                                                                                    Total:       17

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Elective Courses

                                     Art, Craft and Technology

                                         NZCSE Level 1 - ART

Students produce a portfolio of original art work which shows functional understanding of composition,
colour/tone and form. The media used are painting and drawing. The student collates a portfolio of 8 or more art
works from a range of sources, including self-portrait, landscape mixed media work, and an artist study. On
completing the portfolio, students will have the opportunity to extend their skills through expressive unit in gesture
and the culture of movement.

                                 NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                        Elective or      NZCSE        Assessment
           Learning outcome description
Number                                                                     Compulsory        Points          Date
           Produce a portfolio of original art work which shows
LO1035                                                                      Compulsory          3
           functional understanding.
           Demonstrate knowledge of the historical development of
LO1036                                                                      Compulsory          3
           art over a specific period of time.
           Demonstrate understanding of cultural design and practice
LO1037                                                                        Elective          3
           in art.
                                                                       Minimum Total:           3

                                       NZCSE Level 1 - CRAFT

Students are given the opportunity to design and produce finished objects in a range of media, including hot
metalwork, woodwork and wood turning, clay and soft materials. At the end of the year their overall output will be
assessed against one or more of the learning outcomes below.

                                 NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                        Elective or      NZCSE        Assessment
           Learning outcome description
Number                                                                     Compulsory        Points          Date
           Demonstrate understanding of the design in producing a
LO1062                                                                        Elective          3
           crafted object.
LO1063     Produce a complex piece of craft work.                             Elective          3
LO1038     Produce a portfolio of sculpted or crafted products.               Elective          3
                                                                       Minimum Total:           3

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NZCSE Level 1 - CERAMICS

 Ceramics will give students the opportunity to develop their skills in clay. It will involve creating a design portfolio,
 investigating the properties of clay and glaze as a medium. Hand-making skills will involve coil pots, pinch pots,
 press mould and thrown forms. There will be an opportunity to apply more modern manufacturing techniques such
 as slip casting. There could be the opportunity to do raku pottery and lustre glazes.

                                   NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

   LO                                                                          Elective or       NZCSE       Assessment
            Learning outcome description
 Number                                                                       Compulsory         Points         Date
            Demonstrate understanding of the design in producing a
 LO1062                                                                          Elective           3
            crafted object.
 LO1063     Produce a complex piece of craft work.                               Elective           3
 LO1038     Produce a portfolio of sculpted or crafted products.                 Elective           3
                                                                          Minimum Total:            3

Note: If a student is doing Craft and Ceramics then their teacher will help design their programme regarding which
Learning Outcomes to do in which course.

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Drama and Music

                                      NZCSE Level 1 - DRAMA

Level 1 Drama is a rich and eclectic course designed to broaden and refine student’s capacities as independent
creators. The aim is to build dramatic skills and confidence and develop artistic vision. Drama is a performance
based subject where students build upon skills in oratory and physical theatre that were introduced in Class 9 and
are given opportunities to develop their capacities as; directors, designers, performers and dramaturgs. Students
collaborate with each other to create physical and text based performance and are introduced to a range of theatre
forms. Students with interest in the creative arts will benefit from the programme.
We will attend one professional theatre performance in 2019.This will cost each student $30.

                                 NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                        Elective or      NZCSE       Assessment
           Learning outcome description
Number                                                                     Compulsory        Points         Date
LO1068     Produce a portfolio of evidence in drama studies.               Compulsory           6          October
                                                                       Minimum Total:           6

                                       NZCSE Level 1 - MUSIC

This course will cover practical musicianship skills such as solo and group performance and composition along with
theoretical knowledge such as research, theory, aural skills and written reviews. It may be of interest to some
students that it is not compulsory to sit the performance learning outcomes, especially if they wish to specialise in
composition. Students will meet to discuss their perceived strengths and a mutually agreed course will be designed
for each student.
Students should be aware that self-management skills are highly important in this subject. Students will be
expected to plan their programmes (including due dates), keep written journals and collect evidence.
Students who have a background in dance are able to sit LO 1043, 1044 and 1059 in dance.

                                 NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                        Elective or      NZCSE       Assessment
           Learning outcome description
Number                                                                     Compulsory        Points         Date
LO1042     Give a musical performance.                                       Elective           2          October
LO1043     Develop skill in an aspect of the arts                            Elective           3          October
           Demonstrate knowledge of a performance discipline
LO1044                                                                       Elective           3          October
           through a creative process.
LO1059     Demonstrate skill in a movement discipline.                       Elective           3          October
LO1064     Produce a portfolio of evidence in music studies.                 Elective           4          October
LO1065     Perform music with a main instrument.                             Elective           3          October
                                                                       Expected Total:       9 or 10

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Languages

                                NZCSE Level 1 - TE AO MAORI

The Class 10 Te Ao Māori programme offers an opportunity to prepare Kōrero (Speech); and Waihanga Tuhinga
(Creative Writing) through the completion of Te Kete Aronui: a practical, creative research project to which they
choose the topic. Pānui (Reading); Whakarongo (Listening) assessments are completed. Learning outcomes for
movement are completed in the Kapa haka Unit of this programme and other learning outcomes are selected and
approved in relevance to each individual student.

                                NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                         Elective or   NZCSE       Assessment
          Learning outcome description
Number                                                                      Compulsory     Points         Date
          Pānui kia mōhio ki te reo Māori                                                              Throughout
LO1052                                                                      Compulsory        3
          Read to know the Māori language                                                               the year
          Kōrero kia whakamahi i te reo Māori                                                          Throughout
LO1053                                                                      Compulsory        2
          Speak to use the Māori language                                                               the year
          Whakarongo kia mōhio ki te reo Māori                                                         Throughout
LO1054                                                                      Compulsory        2
          Listen to know the Māori language                                                             the year
          Waihanga tuhinga i te reo Māori
LO1055                                                                        Elective        3          October
          Creative writing in Māori
          He kete kohinga mahi akoranga Māori
LO1071                                                                      Compulsory        4          October
          A kit collection of Maori work (interest topic of their choice)
          Kōrero Māori tahi ki tētahi atu kaikōrero reo
LO1072                                                                        Elective        3          October
          Talk to another Māori speaker
                                                                                  Total:     17

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NZCSE Level 1 - CONVERSATIONAL GERMAN with ONLINE GERMAN

This course will combine an online learning community assessed against NCEA, alongside a German tutor based at
Michael Park providing face-to-face tuition to support language acquisition and assess against NZCSE. Students will
consolidate their listening, speaking and reading skills, as well as their understanding of German grammar and
writing. There is a focus on communicating and aspects relating to home and family life, as well as a range of leisure
activities. This course offers a broad insight into life in both Germany and New Zealand, and includes studies of
some major German cities and areas.

                                 NZCSE Learning outcomes available in this course

  LO                                                                                Elective or       NZCSE      Assessment
           Learning outcome description
Number                                                                             Compulsory         Points        Date
           Hold conversations in a second language with another
LO1049                                                                             Compulsory           3
           speaker of that language.
                                                                                           Total:       3

                                NCEA Assessment standards available in this course
                                  These credits will be banked and entered the following year

  AS                                                                                Elective or     NCEA Level   Assessment
           Achievement / Unit Standards
Number                                                                             Compulsory        1 Credits      Date
           Give a spoken presentation in German that communicates a
AS90884                                                                            Compulsory           4
           personal response.
           Write a variety of text types in German on areas of most
AS90887                                                                            Compulsory           5
           immediate relevance.
                                                                                           Total:       9

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