Russian language classes 2017 in Christchurch

Russian Language Level 1: Beginners Hagley College: After 3 courses Full Year; starts: Thursday 9 February 2017 Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm Tutor: Evgenia Dovbysh Location: Hagley College. > Find out more Risingholme Community Centre Programmes Term 1: Monday 13 February 2017 Time: 7 – 9 pm Tutor: Evgenia Dovbysh Location: Riccarton High School >> […] read more

Ngā mihi mo te Matariki

Matariki – the Maori New Year began on 6 June For more information please refer to the following link: http://www.mch.govt.nz/nz-identity-heritage/matariki read more

On June 7th, 2016, posted in: Language Learning, Maori Language Week, Te Reo Māori by

Russian language classes 2016

Russian Language Level 1: Beginners Risingholme Community Centre Programmes Term 1: Monday 15 February 2016 Term 2: Monday 9 May 2016 Term 4 Monday 10 October Time: 7 – 9 pm Tutor: Evgenia Dovbysh, of Buratino Productions Location: Riccarton High School >> Find out more Hagley College: After 3 courses Full Year: Thursday 11 February […] read more

On January 12th, 2016, posted in: Language Learning, Russian Language by

Russian language classes 2015

Russian Language Beginners | Intermediate | Advanced | Native Speakers   Russian Language Level 1: Beginners Risingholme Community Centre Programmes New class starting: Monday 27 July 2015 Time: 7 – 9 pm Tutor: Evgenia Dovbysh, of Buratino Productions Location: Riccarton High School >> Find out more   University of Canterbury Full Academic Year, start 23 […] read more

On December 12th, 2014, posted in: Language Learning, Russian Language, Uncategorised by

New resource for Maori Language Week 2014

He Pukapuka Mō Ngā Wāhi Māori Aotearoa Travel Diary Celebrate Maori Language Week 2014 by expanding your knowledge of place names in Te Reo Māori. Aotearoa Travel Diary takes you on a journey to discover the Maori legends behind the names of 30 places of interest around New Zealand. An interactive feature allows you to […] read more

The Joy of Learning Te Reo

That little smile of acknowledgement from a native speaker is often all that it takes to reinforce the joy of learning a language. And, this can happen at the most unexpected of occasions. Having never visited Kohimarama in Auckland, I only knew how to pronounce the place name from my study of Te Reo. I […] read more

How to Reinforce Number Usage and Comprehension

How to Reinforce Number Usage and Comprehension

Occasionally we hear some teachers say that they have ‘done numbers’ with their students. Whether a student is learning Maori, learning to speak English, Spanish, French – or any language  – if they are not constantly using a language, then they will soon forget key principles. Even the basics can be easily forgotten if not […] read more

NZ Sign Language Week

There a three official languages in New Zealand: English, Maori and NZ Sign Language. The later two are unique to New Zealand. This week is New Zealand Sign Language Week (13-19 May). And if, like me, you have left it too late to sign up for their popular taster classes, the Deaf Aotearoa has an […] read more

On May 13th, 2013, posted in: Language Learning by