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This presentation is about a woman who inspired WaikatoMaori to consolidate and strengthen themselves followingthe loss of land, culture, and identity. This period begins inthe early 1920\'s. Te Puea Herangi rallied support tobuild new marae for her people, that they may rebuild theirlives, and set up cooperative farms. In this difficult periodof loss, and social disorganisation, Te Puea sought supportfrom other tribal leaders as well as government agents.She gathered many children that 33409
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1. Te Puea herangi , a Waikato woman of Mana Ina Te Mahi he Rangatira ? by her deeds a Chief is known < 1 Kia ora koutou, Kua mutu toku korero anaianei. Nau mai haere mai. Karakia Timatanga. Read title page, Introduce myself; where I am based/mahi and location.Kia ora koutou, Kua mutu toku korero anaianei. Nau mai haere mai. Karakia Timatanga. Read title page, Introduce myself; where I am based/mahi and location.

2. This presentation is about a woman who inspired Waikato Maori to consolidate and strengthen themselves following the loss of land, culture, and identity. This period begins in the early 1920?s. Te Puea Herangi rallied support to build new marae for her people, that they may rebuild their lives, and set up cooperative farms. In this difficult period of loss, and social disorganisation, Te Puea sought support from other tribal leaders as well as government agents. She gathered many children that were orphaned due to loss of parents and whanau by the scourge of the 1917 influenza epidemic, around her. What leadership attributes can we hope to glean from this heroic woman to develop ECE leaders? ABSTRACT 2 Do not read; but glean over just to read out the abstract as an introduction to korero. Explain that the Waikato is located in the southern reaches of Tamaki Makaurau/Auckland and extends south towards Taupo. Do not read; but glean over just to read out the abstract as an introduction to korero. Explain that the Waikato is located in the southern reaches of Tamaki Makaurau/Auckland and extends south towards Taupo.

3. te Puea Herangi 3 Who was she? Brief introduction to the Kingitanga and the purpose it was to serve. Ask Did anyone here today know about this wonderful, courageous wahine?Who was she? Brief introduction to the Kingitanga and the purpose it was to serve. Ask Did anyone here today know about this wonderful, courageous wahine?

4. Maori organisational structure: Te Ao Marama/Maori Aotearoa Tribe/Iwi Subtribe/Hapu Extended families/Whanau European organisational structure: British Government and Monarchy New Zealand government Dignitaries' of high ranking. Families Social structure 4 The significance of this structure to understand factors that were prevalent during this era; as Te Puea set about her plan to make changes that Waikato Maori would begin the arduous task of social, economical and cultural recovery. That they should not perish.The significance of this structure to understand factors that were prevalent during this era; as Te Puea set about her plan to make changes that Waikato Maori would begin the arduous task of social, economical and cultural recovery. That they should not perish.

5. Waikato land wars with British troops, which saw the loss of large land banks and strategic locations. Social disorganisation due to loss of land as well as Economic disarray. Establishment of Maori King Movement. Establishment of Pai Marire as the religion of Waikato by King Tawhiao Worldwide Influenza Epidemic King Tawhiao (3rd Maori King) refused to allow Waikato Maori children to attend school and Waikato Maori to be conscripted to serve in WWI. Alcohol consumption had a detrimental affect on the health and wellbeing of Waikato Maori. 5 Try not to read: give the key ideas and develop this.Try not to read: give the key ideas and develop this.

6. Refused Waikato men to be conscripted into WW1 Restored Pai Marire as the religion for Waikato Cared for 100 orphans: left behind by the devastation of the influenza epidemic. Many of these were to become leaders of Waikato, in later years. Refused alcohol to be sold to Waikato Maori Restored the mana of the Maori King movement Interacted with other iwi, for example Ngati Porou Built Turangawaewae marae, at Ngaruawahia as a base to reunite all Waikato. Endorsed farming cooperative for Waikato, that they may restore economic independence and prosperity. Rebuild cultural dignity for Waikato Maori. Directed Waikato iwi in matters of importance, e.g. by mobilising large groups of whanau to establish new marae. 6 Due to unrest in the Waikato others sought to exert some control that was apart from the King Movement. This upset structures that King Tawhiao had set in place. So Te Puea was charged with the tasks to rectify the effects this had An example is of a group mobilised use Mangatangi Marae where they were to establish marae; but it was also a way to ensure that more Waikato did not to perish from influenza and other illnesses such as tuberculosis. Due to unrest in the Waikato others sought to exert some control that was apart from the King Movement. This upset structures that King Tawhiao had set in place. So Te Puea was charged with the tasks to rectify the effects this had An example is of a group mobilised use Mangatangi Marae where they were to establish marae; but it was also a way to ensure that more Waikato did not to perish from influenza and other illnesses such as tuberculosis.

7. Mana wahine Te Puea was: Innovative Stubborn Futuristic Collaborator Self Sacrifice Perseverance Patient Hard worker Practical Realistic Influential Courageous Compassionate Creative Discipline Determined Visionary Dedicated Loyal Intelligent Seer - prophet Revered - untouchable 7 So lets take a look at some of her leadership qualities. It is without a doubt that Te Puea was the epitome of Mana Wahine. Define Mana wahine.So lets take a look at some of her leadership qualities. It is without a doubt that Te Puea was the epitome of Mana Wahine. Define Mana wahine.

8. Te Puea was a leader who was respected because she: Consistently followed the ideals as prophesied by Tawhiao (3rd Maori King) Identified and established projects that would strengthen the tribe, for example work by day and culture by night. Did fundraising: she travelled throughout the country with Waikato Te Pou o Mangatawhiri cultural shows. Identified education as crucial to the strengthening of King movement in Waikato. Identified the value of collaborating with the Crown , Pakeha and other iwi. Peaceful protest; where violence was not condoned as required by the religion of Pai Marire. 8 By installing a pride in all things Maori Te Puea had the tasks to revive Waikato Maori, and hard work as well as the cultural revival were significant in this.By installing a pride in all things Maori Te Puea had the tasks to revive Waikato Maori, and hard work as well as the cultural revival were significant in this.

9. 9 King Tawhiao gave a direction that Ngaruawahia in the Waikato, would be his footstool, and therefore his home as a central location for all Waikato. Also te Puea was involve with other iwi, for example Ngati Porou of the East Coast, Gisborne region.King Tawhiao gave a direction that Ngaruawahia in the Waikato, would be his footstool, and therefore his home as a central location for all Waikato. Also te Puea was involve with other iwi, for example Ngati Porou of the East Coast, Gisborne region.

10. 10 Discuss how Tawhiao desired that Maori and Pakeha would walk side by side as one. Te Puea also recognised that for the development of the Waikato people it was necessary to work towards a greater acceptance and understanding that Maori may grow spiritually, intellectually, physically, emotionally and magnificently to cope with changes that the future would hold. Discuss how Tawhiao desired that Maori and Pakeha would walk side by side as one. Te Puea also recognised that for the development of the Waikato people it was necessary to work towards a greater acceptance and understanding that Maori may grow spiritually, intellectually, physically, emotionally and magnificently to cope with changes that the future would hold.

11. What of the wellbeing for all New Zealanders? Of the future? The building of Turangawaewae as a cultural, health and social facility for Waikato Maori to welcome all New Zealanders and visitors alike. Te Puea travelled not just throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand but also to the Pacific Islands to reinforce their genealogical and cultural connections to Maori. She saw it, as her duty to welcome all dignitary to Waikato to reinforce Waikato Maori as a strong and determined iwi; despite her own ailing health. 11 How Te Puea had vision for the cultural and economical revival for Waikato Maori. She also realised that the future of Waikato required that they become educated, travel the world and return to bring knowledge, encouragement and sustenance to the Waikato iwi. She began to worry that she would run out of time as she had suffered from tuberculosis for many years.How Te Puea had vision for the cultural and economical revival for Waikato Maori. She also realised that the future of Waikato required that they become educated, travel the world and return to bring knowledge, encouragement and sustenance to the Waikato iwi. She began to worry that she would run out of time as she had suffered from tuberculosis for many years.

12. So how does all this connect to ECE educators? Tributes to te Puea Herangi 12 As an example of her sacrifice: Maori Women's Welfare League which was a forum to develop discussions and strategies to meet the needs of Maori adjusting to urban life. As an example of her sacrifice: Maori Women's Welfare League which was a forum to develop discussions and strategies to meet the needs of Maori adjusting to urban life.

13. 13 How do you develop as an ECE leader? Take some of the examples that were provided on page 7. Add a twig of time, a dash of humour, a tiny bit of drama and lots of common sense. Put in a large pot and stir slowly. Do not take your eyes off it until it is ready. How will this impact on those around you? I hope any of you will never have to deal with situations as Te Puea did, however it was her calling to aid her Waikato people. How do you develop as an ECE leader? Take some of the examples that were provided on page 7. Add a twig of time, a dash of humour, a tiny bit of drama and lots of common sense. Put in a large pot and stir slowly. Do not take your eyes off it until it is ready. How will this impact on those around you? I hope any of you will never have to deal with situations as Te Puea did, however it was her calling to aid her Waikato people.

14. 14 At the End: Apologise if it seems to be abit negative, however this was necessary to highlight the context within which Te Puea Herangi made her mark on Aotearoa and definitely the World. At the End: Apologise if it seems to be abit negative, however this was necessary to highlight the context within which Te Puea Herangi made her mark on Aotearoa and definitely the World.

15. Duffie, Mary Katharine. (1997). Heeni; A Tainui Elder Remembers. New Zealand: HarperCollins Publishers. King, M.(1977). Te Puea: A Life. New Zealand: Reed publishing (NZ) Ltd. Ormsby, M.H. (2007). Personal conversation. Rae, H.T. (2010). Personal conversation. Salmond, A. (1980). Eruera: The Teachings of a Maori Elder. Wellington: Oxford University Press. Walker, R. (1990). Ka Whawhai Tonu Matou; Struggle Without End. Hong Kong: Penguin Books. 15 Kia ora koutou, Kua mutu toku korero anaianei. Thank you all for your time, interests and vision. Take care and all the best for 2010. Karakia Whakamutunga Kia ora koutou, Kua mutu toku korero anaianei. Thank you all for your time, interests and vision. Take care and all the best for 2010. Karakia Whakamutunga


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