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Assessment Activity Instruction Sheet

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Assessment Activity Instruction Sheet

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    Unit Standard 20948 Version 1 The candidate may discuss the assessment process and the Unit Title Demonstrate knowledge and skills of tūwaewae requirements of the process with the assessor at a pre-assessment Level 1 meeting. Credit 2

    Third party verification from the local rohe is encouraged for Conditions acknowledgment of accuracy of tikanga. A person of recognised

    authority can be asked to be the verifier (mau rākau expert). This activity needs to be completed within a strict time frame. This

    should be in line with the credit value of the unit standard. The Note: Third Party verification refers to a mau rākau expert and/or iwi assessment should be valid and show learner competence at the time mandated authority that is a requirement for assessment decisions. of completion. If the tauira requires more time, this must be discussed

    The candidate can have access to any sources of information. This with the assessor.

    may include literature, notes from interviews, audio tapes, video tapes

    or other relevant media that assists in their evidence gathering for the If the candidate comes back later to complete their assessment, the

    assessment. assessor may require them to submit additional evidence to confirm

    that they are still competent. Please include a list of references.

    Entry If any part of this activity is to be completed orally, paper, pens,

    whiteboard or any other visual aids agreed with by the candidate may The activity is open. The candidate should be aware of all the be required. This includes such things as audio tapes, videos or other requirements prior to assessment. media as approved by the assessor.

    Activity Intellectual Property

    The context of this activity is that assessment will take place in a Kawa and tikanga is the property of Māori. learning environment, not in a public performance.

    Use the special notes to help with your answers. If necessary, carry The candidate may be assessed in individual or group settings where out research and discussion to extend your knowledge. Approach individual competence can be assessed. kaumātua to help with your learning if it is appropriate.

    Iwi variation is incorporated in the assessment. Other iwi or hāpu views The following definitions in the special notes can be helpful. Be guided should be encouraged in order to enrich and enhance understanding by the range statements in each of the elements as to what you should of key Māori kaupapa, tikanga and take. Enquiries about tikanga and do. iwi tradition will be limited to the local rohe where tangata whenua or

    mana whenua views will take precedence. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate

    knowledge of tikanga of tūwaewae, and essential skills of tūwaewae.

Note: Where tikanga is referred to the reference is to tikanga Māori.

     Special Notes from Unit standard 20948

    1. This unit standard is intended for learners of tūwaewae.

    Assessment will take place in a learning environment, not in a

    public performance.

    2. Assessment of skills may occur in individual or group settings but

    will depend on individual competence.

    3. Iwi variation is incorporated in the assessment of this unit standard. 4. The context of enquiries about tikanga and iwi tradition are limited

    to local rohe or takiwā. Where local rohe are also occupied by a

    number of other iwi or hapū, the tangata whenua or mana whenua

    view will take precedence. Other iwi or hapū views should be

    encouraged in order to enrich and enhance understanding of key

    Māori kaupapa, tikanga and take.

    Glossary

    Essential refers to the core features of tūwaewae, which must be retained to ensure the survival of mau rākau.

    Iwi tradition and iwi variation refer to the features unique to an iwi.

    Tūwaewae refers to feet movements.

    Documents or other evidence containing personal or sensitive Candidate's Guide Sheet

    information that you have obtained from individuals or organisations

    can only be submitted for evidence with their approval and consent. Unit Standard 20948

    You will need to obtain and submit to your assessor the consents for Unit Title Demonstrate knowledge and skills of tūwaewae assessment and moderation purposes. Advise your assessor in the Level 1 pre-assessment period of how you are going to collect evidence. Credit 2

    Any literature that has been used in your preparation should be This assessment activity requires you to: itemised in your bibliography or reference list. ; demonstrate knowledge of tikanga practices of tūwaewae using Notes karakia and whakatauki according to iwi tradition

    All of this activity is written from the point of view of "you" as an ; demonstrate the essential skills of tūwaewae using at least six individual, because it is you who is being assessed for the award of stances, incorporating iwi variation with regard to movement. this unit standard.

    The unit standard provides criteria for assessment. The performance However, you might have been part of a group carrying out all or part criteria are guides for you to respond to the element and to what is of the evidence gathering for this unit standard. If so, when responding being asked of you. Read all of the tasks before you attempt any of to this assessment activity, you should explain your contribution to the them. work that your group carried out. You will also be required to

    demonstrate your own understanding of all the evidence that you Instructions present.

    This activity is based on knowledge, demonstration and observation or Your answers should meet the requirements of the elements. You will from any learning you may have received from training. This can be be assessed in a learning environment, not in a public performance. through a learning establishment or from members of whānau, hapu or

    iwi. You may be asked questions and you will be asked to give

    On the following pages, the elements and performance criteria are to explanations about the tasks that you carry out. This can be done

    the left, and the assessment tasks are to the right. orally or in writing. Discuss the assessment steps with your assessor at your pre-assessment meeting.

    You can have parts or all of the assessment conducted in te reo Māori if you wish (please be sure to inform your assessor of this at the pre-assessment meeting).

     Assessment Activity

    In order to complete the unit standard and prepare for assessment you Tasks are required to complete the following tasks (these are related to each

    of the elements and the performance criteria of the unit standard to the Tūwaewae is the starting point for any learning of mau rākau. The left of the page). following assessment tasks ask for karakia and whakatauki

    associated with mau rākau.

    This unit standard requires that you demonstrate knowledge and skills NB - Please note that in the context of this task, mau rākau refers of tūwaewae. to tūwaewae.

    Element 1 The following tasks assess Element 1, Performance Criteria 1.1 Demonstrate knowledge of tikanga practices of tūwaewae. 1. Identify a karakia used in mau rākau and explain its tikanga

    practice according to iwi tradition. Range: karakia, whakatauki.

    2. Identify a whakatauki used in mau rākau and explain its tikanga Performance Criteria 1.1 practice according to iwi tradition.

    Demonstration includes an explanation of tikanga practices of

    tūwaewae according to iwi tradition.

Element 2

    Tasks Demonstrate the essential skills of tūwaewae.

    Range: at least six stances. The following task assesses Element 2, Performance Criteria 2.1 Performance Criteria 2.1 3. Demonstrate SIX tūwaewae stances used in mau rākau

    incorporating iwi movement with regard to movement. Demonstration incorporates iwi variation with regard to movement.

Assessment Schedule

    Unit Standard 20948 Version 1

    Unit Title: Demonstrate knowledge and skills of tūwaewae

     Level 1

     Credit 2

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and Performance Criteria Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments Element 1 1 Candidate gives a Explanation and use of karakia used

    demonstration of the in mau rākau is demonstrated by the Demonstrate knowledge of tikanga tikanga practice of candidate according to iwi tradition. practices of tūwaewae. karakia used in mau Third party verification of candidate Range: karakia, whakatauki rākau according to iwi evidence is required from a mau tradition. Performance Criteria 1.1 rākau expert from the rohe and/or

     Explanation of the delegated authority sanctioned by the Demonstration includes an tikanga practice of iwi. explanation of tikanga practices of karakia used in mau tūwaewae according to iwi tradition. Note: rākau would:

     The assessor and third party verifier ; be written or orally may be the same person, or it may presented in a involve a specific person in each role. learning setting;

     ; include traditional

    iwi requirements.

Assessment Schedule

    Unit Standard 20948 Version 1

    Unit Title: Demonstrate knowledge and skills of tūwaewae

     Level 1

     Credit 2

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and Performance Criteria Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments

    2 Candidate gives a Explanation and use of whakatauki

    demonstration of the used in mau rākau is demonstrated by

    tikanga practice of the candidate according to iwi

    whakataukī used in tradition.

    mau rākau according Third party verification of candidate to iwi tradition. evidence is required from a mau

    Explanation of the rākau expert from the rohe and/or

    tikanga practice of delegated authority sanctioned by the

    whakataukī used in iwi.

    mau rākau would: Note:

    ; be written or orally The assessor and third party verifier presented in a may be the same person, or it may learning setting; involve a specific person in each role.

    ; include iwi tradition

    requirements.

    Element 2 3 Candidate At least SIX tūwaewae stances

    demonstrates the incorporating iwi variation with regard Demonstrate the essential skills of essential skills of to movement is demonstrated by the tūwaewae. tūwaewae candidate.

    Range: at least six stances. Incorporating iwi Third party verification of candidate

Assessment Schedule

    Unit Standard 20948 Version 1

    Unit Title: Demonstrate knowledge and skills of tūwaewae

     Level 1

     Credit 2

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and Performance Criteria Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments Performance Criteria 2.1 variation with regard evidence is required from a mau

    to movement, in a rākau expert from the rohe and/or Demonstration incorporates iwi learning situation. delegated authority sanctioned by the variation with regard to movement. iwi.

     Note:

    The assessor and third party verifier

    may be the same person, or it may

    involve a specific person in each role.

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