Marae (Pōwhiri (Waiata tautoko, Karanga, Whaikōrero, Karakia, Hongi and…
Hongi and hariru
Whakamaumahara- acknowledge ancestors
Why do people love the marae?
Get to see family
They feel welcome
There is kind people
Get to know more about their family
Somewhere to stay
Engage in Māoritanga
Go to the place where you really feel you belong/ tūrangawaewae
What are some kaupapa that are held at the marae?
Tiriti ō Waitangi
Parts of the marae
Whare mimi/ wharepaku/ whareiti/ heketua
Whare tūpuna/ whare nui/ whare puni/ whare whakairo
Marae ātea a Tūmatauenga
Why would people feel uncomfortable at the marae?
Cause they can't speak maori
They don't understand whats happening
They don't know anyone
Haven't had tikanga explained to them before their visit
They get told off for doing something wrong
Questions I still have about the marae: why do they do that?
Why do men hongi?
Why do women kiss all the time?
Why do they wear those leafy garlands on their heads?
Why aint people allowed to do karanga when they are hapu?
Why do the men walk in before the women?
Why aint you allowed to karanga when you have your mate
Why do men make long speeches?
Why are powhiri's so long?
What are the rules on the marae?
Kaua e noho i te tepu
Kaua e mau hu i te whare nui
Me āwhina i te hau kāinga
kaua e kai i te whare nui
kaua e oma i nga moenga.