English as a Second Language

See also Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, and TESOL

ELIN 001 – English for Academic Purposes

This course is for ESOL students who wish to improve their skills in academic English as preparation for further studies at a tertiary institution. The course aims to develop skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Withdrawal with refund by 20/11/2019, withdrawal without refund by 17/1/2020, after which date the permission of the Associate Dean (Students) will be required to withdraw.

60 pts

1/3 • CRN 19952 • ^ Wed, Fri 12-1pm [Kelburn]

2/3 • CRN 19953 • ^ Wed, Thu 12-1pm [Kelburn]

3/3 • CRN 19954 • ^ Wed 12-1pm [Kelburn], Thu 12-1pm [Kelburn]

^ Limited entry course

ELIN 002 – ELIN 002 Academic English

This course helps participants develop their use of the English language for academic purposes. It focuses on developing more independent language learners who have the ability to use a range of learning strategies and approaches to understand, evaluate, question, present persuasive arguments and formulate their responses appropriately to academic content. Not for credit towards a degree.

30 pts

block dates/3 • CRN 26226 • (L3) ^ tba [Kelburn]

block dates/3 • CRN 27281 • (L4) ^ tba [Kelburn]

^ Limited entry course

ELIN 003 – ELIN 003 Workplace Communication for Skilled Migrants

This course helps recent migrants develop appropriate communication skills in professional workplaces. It will provide guided practice in a range of communicative situations and insights into the social and professional contexts of the New Zealand workplace. A work placement will be provided. Not for credit towards a degree. Trimester 3: Withdrawal with refund by 20/11/2019; withdrawal without refund by 17/01/2020, after which date the permission of the Associate Dean (Students) will be required to withdraw.

60 pts

1/3 • CRN 19958 • ^ tba [Kelburn]

2/3 • CRN 19959 • ^ tba [Kelburn]

^ Limited entry course

ELIN 004 – ELIN 004 English Language Training for Officials

This course helps officials to improve their use of English to contribute to their government’s development goals through theme related language tasks, workplace visits and engagement with a range of government and non-government organisations, community groups and local New Zealanders. Not for credit towards a degree.

65 pts

part year/3 • CRN 19960 • (L1) ^ Thu 10-12 [Kelburn], Fri 2-4pm [Kelburn]

part year/3 • CRN 19961 • (L2) ^ Thu 10-12 [Kelburn], Fri 2-4pm [Kelburn]

part year/3 • CRN 31017 • (L3) ^ tba [Kelburn]

part year/3 • CRN 32215 • (L4) tba [Kelburn]

^ Limited entry course

ELIN 005 – ELIN 005 English for International Communication

This course helps participants develop their intercultural awareness and English language communication skills by comparing their own cultural practices and use of language with those in New Zealand. Not for credit towards a degree.

20 pts

Not offered in 2020

ELIN 006 – English for Specific Purposes

This course helps participants improve their English language communication skills by focusing on a specific theme of relevance to all participants. It provides opportunities for participants to engage with subject experts through workshops and seminars. Not for credit towards a degree.

40 pts

block dates/3 • CRN 27057 • (L1) ^ tba [Kelburn]

block dates/3 • CRN 32034 • (L2) ^ tba [Kelburn]

^ Limited entry course

ELIN 007 – English for Professional Purposes

This course helps participants improve their English language communication skills to lead or participate more effectively in their professions. Not for credit towards a degree.

45 pts

Not offered in 2020

ELIN 008 – Special Topic 1

This three week course would be tailored for specific groups. Not for credit towards a degree.

15 pts

2/3 • CRN 27064 • tba [Kelburn]

ELIN 011 – English Communication

This course helps participants improve their English language communication skills for specific professional or academic contexts. It provides opportunities for participants to engage with New Zealanders and subject experts in their respective fields of expertise. Not for credit towards a degree.

50 pts

block dates/3 • CRN 29164 • (L1) ^ Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9-2pm [Kelburn]

block dates/3 • CRN 29165 • (L2) ^ Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9-2pm [Kelburn]

block dates/3 • CRN 29166 • (L3) ^ Tue 1-3pm [Kelburn], Thu 10-12 [Kelburn]

block dates/3 • CRN 29167 • (L4) ^ Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9-2pm [Kelburn]

^ Limited entry course

ELIN 012 – Orientation to study in a NZ university

This course introduces learners of English as an additional language to tertiary study in a NZ university, including communicative and content-based approaches to learning and critical thinking skills. Participants gain experience navigating and managing a range of language learning resources and student services.

10 pts

part year/3 • CRN 29171 • ^ Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9-2pm [Kelburn]

^ Limited entry course

Higher Education Learning and Teaching

HELT 501 – Foundations of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

Using the theme of Ako - the interrelatedness of teaching and learning - participants will evaluate the explanatory power and practical applications of higher education theories and research for understanding and improving teaching effectiveness and learning outcomes. Assessment includes reflective evaluation of teaching and curriculum design.

30 pts • (X) UTDC 501

1/3 • CRN 25090 • tba [Kelburn]

3/3 • CRN 25091 • tba [Kelburn]

HELT 502 – Portfolios for Professional Practice

This course will introduce different types of teaching portfolios used in higher education. Students will be required to select and annotate evidence appropriate to specific portfolio types and develop a reflection-based peer-reviewed portfolio for an agreed purpose, and take part in peer review of written teaching portfolios.

30 pts • (P) HELT 501; (X) UTDC 503

3/3 • CRN 25092 • tba [Kelburn]

Maori (courses with significant Maori content)

MAOR 001 – Te Tū Marae - Marae Practice

MAOR 001 is a course within the Tohu Māoritanga programme, and examines the theoretical and practical application of kawa (protocols) of the marae, in both a traditional and contemporary context. It is a practical placement course based at Te Herenga Waka Marae. Students will learn about marae procedure, customs and organisation through participation in marae activities and work. The course is aimed at developing competence in the operation of a marae and in using language appropriate to it. This course is only available to students completing Te Tohu Māoritanga (Diploma in Māoritanga). Students will be co-taught with the MAOR 213 class.

20 pts • (X) MAOR 213

1/3 • CRN 27102 • Mon 1-3pm [Kelburn], Wed 1-3pm [Kelburn]

MAOR 002 – Waiata Tawhito - Waiata Performance

MAOR 002 is a practical placement course based at Te Herenga Waka Marae. It focuses on the study and performance of waiata and haka appropriate for a range of Māori contexts. Students will also develop research skills through the exploration of waiata with individual significance. This course is only available to students completing Te Tohu Māoritanga (Diploma in Māoritanga).

20 pts

1/3 • CRN 27103 • Tue 1-3pm [Kelburn]

Maori and Indigenous Business

MAIB 501 – Theories of Learning

Explores advanced theoretical approaches to learning, development and knowledge creation. Applies learning theories, human resource development theories, theories of Indigenous development, and approaches to organisational learning to a Maori business and development context.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 502 – The Maori Economy

Examines the size, nature and potential of the New Zealand and Maori economy. Explore the influence of external factors on Maori and Indigenous business and their impact on economic, social and cultural wellbeing. Applies economic theory and models of business growth to Indigenous and Maori business.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 503 – Critical Analysis and Writing

Develops abilities in intellectual analysis and critique in the context of complex theoretical and business issues. Explores genres and form to develop advanced techniques in writing and critical thinking appropriate for academic contexts.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 504 – Decision-Making in Business

Takes a cross cultural approach to advanced theory and practice in business based problem solving and decision-making. Provides an in-depth analysis at individual, group, organisational and national levels of granularity. Includes the development of strategies in risk analysis and the assessment of complex business issues which have economic, cultural and ethical dimensions.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 511 – Maori in Business 1

Examines a range of economic perspectives and theories, with a specific focus on their relevance to the philosophical and cultural values and practices that inform Maori and Indigenous business.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 512 – Business Communication

Explores theoretical approaches to business communication and the alternative the techniques and technologies that can be deployed.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 513 – Process and Project Management

Examines the essentials of managing both existing processes and new projects. Emphasis is placed on selecting and developing appropriate metrics and on evaluating the core trade-offs between time, quality, and cost.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 514 – People Management

A multi-faceted review of staffing, employee development, performance management, reward, diversity management and employee well-being that leads to a critical consideration of how these dimensions of people management can be interpreted and implemented in the context of Maori and Indigenous worldviews.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 521 – Maori in Business 2

Analyses Maori and Indigenous business, with a specific focus on the contemporary contexts of Maori and Indigenous business and considers governance and policy contexts.

15 pts • (P) MAIB 511

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 522 – Marketing

Provides advanced marketing theory, current debate and practice. Relates and critiques current thinking and its application to Māori and Indigenous businesses.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 523 – Innovation and Entrepreneurs

Provides advanced marketing theory, current debate and practice. Relates and critiques current thinking and its application to Maori and Indigenous businesses.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 524 – Finance and Accounting

Practice and theory of analyses of data that inform the financial decisions mid-level and senior business people make. Students will gain skills in critically interpreting financial data, making reasoned decisions and recommending consequential actions.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 531 – Maori in Business 3

This capstone course involves a sophisticated exposition of theory and a critical analysis of a business problem which informs an independent piece of research. An emphasis is placed on developing theoretically and data driven recommendations in response to an identified strategic issue.

15 pts • (P) MAIB 2

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 532 – Career Management

Independent application of specialised knowledge of Indigenous career management theories to students' own careers, to multicultural organisations and to Maori and Indigenous business communities as a whole.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 533 – International Business

Considers issues and strategies for Maori and Indigenous businesses operating on a global platform Students will analyse competing priorities and cultural perspectives that international business involves and apply this knowledge to complex business situations.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

MAIB 534 – Advanced Social Enterprise

Provides an advanced course requiring strategic and entrepreneurial thinking combined with the Tikanga (values, skills and attitudes) developed through the programme. Students will work in teams to investigate an issue related to Māori or Indigenous people and determine an innovative and sustainable solution.

15 pts

Not offered in 2020

Music

NZSM 701 – Advanced Musical Performance 1

In this course students work under individual supervision to acquire in-depth knowledge of musical repertoire appropriate to their instrument. While the course is essentially practical, providing an opportunity to consolidate technique and develop professional confidence in public performance, students also acquire an in-depth understanding of the historical and social context of the musical repertoire they study. Assessment is by two public recitals each of 70' duration. One recital may include a collaborative work of not more than 20' duration.

120 pts

full year • CRN 18779 • tba [Kelburn]

NZSM 702 – Advanced Performance II

This course is a further study of musical repertoire under supervision, as for NZSM 701. In addition, students will receive guidance on the preparation and delivery of a well-structured and informed pre-concert talk. Assessment is by two public recitals each of 70' duration. One of the recitals for NZSM 702 must include a pre-concert talk of ca. 30' duration. One recital may include a collaborative work of not more than 20' duration. To achieve a pass in NZSM 702, students should demonstrate on both recitals high artistic achievement as reflected by the standards currently in place for solo concert artists worldwide. Candidates are expected to cover repertoire and styles other than those already studied and presented in NZSM 701.

120 pts

full year • CRN 18791 • tba [Kelburn]

Music: Performance

See also Music

NZSM 701 – Advanced Musical Performance 1

In this course students work under individual supervision to acquire in-depth knowledge of musical repertoire appropriate to their instrument. While the course is essentially practical, providing an opportunity to consolidate technique and develop professional confidence in public performance, students also acquire an in-depth understanding of the historical and social context of the musical repertoire they study. Assessment is by two public recitals each of 70' duration. One recital may include a collaborative work of not more than 20' duration.

120 pts

full year • CRN 18779 • tba [Kelburn]

NZSM 702 – Advanced Performance II

This course is a further study of musical repertoire under supervision, as for NZSM 701. In addition, students will receive guidance on the preparation and delivery of a well-structured and informed pre-concert talk. Assessment is by two public recitals each of 70' duration. One of the recitals for NZSM 702 must include a pre-concert talk of ca. 30' duration. One recital may include a collaborative work of not more than 20' duration. To achieve a pass in NZSM 702, students should demonstrate on both recitals high artistic achievement as reflected by the standards currently in place for solo concert artists worldwide. Candidates are expected to cover repertoire and styles other than those already studied and presented in NZSM 701.

120 pts

full year • CRN 18791 • tba [Kelburn]

Pasific Cultures and Languages

PASP 001 – Career Pathways

This course introduces students to future career paths and gives them an insight into how the skills learned at University align with those paths. This enables students to undertake effective degree planning and ensures they understand the relationship between specific learning objectives and work contexts beyond the University. It also gives students an opportunity to relate University skills to the collective experience of the Pasifika community. This course is only available to students completing the Diploma in University Studies (Pasifika Pathways).

20 pts • (P) Permission of Head of School

1/3 • CRN 32181 • Mon 11-1pm [Kelburn]

PASP 002 – University Pathways

This course gives students the opportunity to work on tasks from a range of subject disciplines from across the University. It introduces them to the different approaches used in different disciplines and the kinds of skills and knowledge that students of those disciplines acquire. The course provides an introduction to how different academic skills are used in problem-solving and is a foundation for making choices for their future undergraduate study. This course is only available to students completing the Diploma in University Studies (Pasifika Pathways).

20 pts • (P) Permission of Head of School

1/3 • CRN 32182 • Tue 1-3pm [Kelburn]

PASP 102 – Pacific Nations Education

The course examines concepts, issues and trends in Pacific Nations Education with particular reference to the education of Pacific peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand and indigenous education systems in the Pacific. This course is only available to students completing the Diploma in University Studies (Pasifika Pathways).

20 pts • (P) Permission of Head of School (X) EDUC 224, KURA 242

2/3 • CRN 32183 • tba [Kelburn]

PASP 103 – Academic Skills A

PASP 103 is tailored to students in the Diploma in University Studies (Pasifika Pathways) programme who are enrolled in a 20-point degree related course. It introduces students to competencies needed for University such as critical thinking, academic writing, independent learning, personal management, note making, goal setting, presentations and library skills. Students will also learn learn to read academic texts, and follow ethical study practices. Essential computing skills are also covered and students will develop and refine their own study strategies.

20 pts • (P) Permission of Head of School (X) MAOR 003, 103, 104, PASP 104

2/3 • CRN 32184 • tba [Kelburn]

PASP 104 – Academic Skills B

PASP 104 is tailored to students in the Diploma in University Studies (Pasifika Pathways) programme who are enrolled in a 15-point degree-related course. It introduces students to competencies needed for University such as critical thinking, academic writing, independent learning, personal management, note making, goal setting, presentations and library skills. Students will also learn to read academic texts and follow ethical study practices. Essential computing skills are also covered and students will develop and refine their own study strategies.

25 pts • (P) Permission of Head of School (X) MAOR 003, 103, 104, PASP 103

2/3 • CRN 32185 • tba [Kelburn]

Tohu Maoritanga

MAOR 001 – Te Tū Marae - Marae Practice

MAOR 001 is a course within the Tohu Māoritanga programme, and examines the theoretical and practical application of kawa (protocols) of the marae, in both a traditional and contemporary context. It is a practical placement course based at Te Herenga Waka Marae. Students will learn about marae procedure, customs and organisation through participation in marae activities and work. The course is aimed at developing competence in the operation of a marae and in using language appropriate to it. This course is only available to students completing Te Tohu Māoritanga (Diploma in Māoritanga). Students will be co-taught with the MAOR 213 class.

20 pts • (X) MAOR 213

1/3 • CRN 27102 • Mon 1-3pm [Kelburn], Wed 1-3pm [Kelburn]

MAOR 002 – Waiata Tawhito - Waiata Performance

MAOR 002 is a practical placement course based at Te Herenga Waka Marae. It focuses on the study and performance of waiata and haka appropriate for a range of Māori contexts. Students will also develop research skills through the exploration of waiata with individual significance. This course is only available to students completing Te Tohu Māoritanga (Diploma in Māoritanga).

20 pts

1/3 • CRN 27103 • Tue 1-3pm [Kelburn]

MAOR 101 – Te Tīmatanga/Introduction to Māori Language

This course is an introduction to the Māori language for those who have little or no previous experience of the Māori language or culture. In MAOR 101 students work to develop a foundation of basic Māori language speaking, reading and writing skills, approximately equivalent to NCEA Level 1. The course covers the fundamentals of Māori pronunciation, learning vocabulary and basic sentence structures, karakia, waiata, and mihimihi. This course includes a noho marae component.

20 pts

1/3 • CRN 434 • Mon 10-11 [Kelburn], Thu 10-12 [Kelburn]

3/3 • CRN 8311 • Mon, Wed, Fri 10-12 [Kelburn]

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MAOR 102 – Te Arumanga/Elementary Maori Language

This course is designed for students with some basic Maori language experience, and extends upon the foundations laid in MAOR 101. In MAOR 102, students work to improve their oral and written Maori language competence, reaching a level approximately equivalent to NCEA Level 3. Students are introduced to new vocabulary and extend their knowledge of the structures of te reo Maori, and begin to engage in basic conversations on everyday topics. This course includes a noho marae component.

20 pts • (P) MAOR 101 or passed NCEA Level 2 Maori or equivalent to allow for sufficient Maori language training

2/3 • CRN 435 • Tue 10-11 [Kelburn], Thu 10-12 [Kelburn]

3/3 • CRN 8312 • Mon, Wed, Fri 10-12 [Kelburn]

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MAOR 111 – Wāna te Wanawana/Māori Language 1A

This course focuses upon developing a foundation of tertiary level Māori language learning and academic skills. Throughout MAOR 111 students will work to develop oral and aural confidence in te reo Māori. They will also encounter a range of Māori language literature, and will work to expand their vocabulary and develop accuracy in reading and writing in te reo Māori. Students with NCEA Level 2, Sixth Form Certificate, NCEA Level 3, University Entrance Māori or an equivalent should begin with this course. This course includes a noho marae component.

20 pts • (P) MAOR 102 preferred, or equivalent elementary knowledge

1/3 • CRN 18004 • Tue 9-11 [Kelburn], Fri 12-2pm [Kelburn]

MAOR 112 – Wanawana te Tū / Māori Language 1B

This course focuses upon further developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in te reo Māori. There is a focus upon oral performance. Students will further develop their language proficiency by beginning to evaluate, edit, and critically analyse their use of te reo Māori. They will begin to develop awareness of register and formality in te reo Māori. This course includes a noho marae component.

20 pts • (P) MAOR 111

2/3 • CRN 18006 • Tue 12-2pm [Kelburn], Fri 12-2pm [Kelburn]

MAOR 123 – Te Iwi Māori me anā Tikanga/Māori Society and Culture

This course introduces students to a broad range of Māori beliefs, concepts and structures that are important to the foundations and development of Māori society and culture. The course will cover aspects of pre-European Māori society, cultural change, present-day developments as well as visions for the future.

20 pts

1/3 • CRN 4515 • Mon, Wed 12-1pm [Kelburn], Thu 12-1pm [Kelburn]

2/3 • CRN 438 • Tue, Wed, Thu 3-4pm [Kelburn]

tut tba